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    [ubuntu] Re: Menu items not displaying properly

    This was probably caused by some customizations to the Ambience theme. I had the same customizations as you to fix some problems with Java applications in 12.04.

    If you still see this problem,...
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    Re: Linus Torvalds: Gnome 3 = "unholy mess"

    I absolutely love Unity. It's my favorite desktop interface of all. (I know it still has a lot of bugs and it's lacking a lot of customization and features, but I love that it has taken a step away...
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    Re: 11.04 is the vista of Ubuntu...

    Congratulations to the Ubuntu team for Unity and 11.04!

    Is everything perfect? Not on my system. In fact, Beta 2 hosed my laptop so bad that I went over to OpenSUSE for the last couple of weeks....
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    [all variants] From Camera to DVD on Linux

    I just made my first DVD on Linux and the process was easier than expected. I know many people are waiting for some of the killer Linux NLEs to become more advanced and stable, but there are already...
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    [ubuntu_studio] Re: US-122 problems in Karmic

    I don't have my US-122 with me right now, but it worked fine when I tested it with an early alpha version of Karmic.

    I'm thinking that those old tutorials are outdated for the newest kernel...
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    [kde] Re: Dual monitor Setup

    Each time I plug an extra monitor in with my laptop, I manually run grandr to configure the display settings. It's a slight annoyance to not have KDE remember my dual display settings, but doing this...
  7. [ubuntu] Re: Most advanced audio sample sequencer/editor

    You might want to look at Renoise. I currently use Renoise to do exactly what you are looking to do. The license is reasonable, the free version can do almost everything you need, and it has a strong...
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    [xubuntu] Re: Program for making electronic music

    Try Renoise. It's outstanding.
  9. [ubuntu] Re: Video Editor / Movie Maker Development Contributions

    I haven't used Pitivi, but have always been impressed by the the project's overall design and goals. Now that development seems to be moving forward more quickly (I think the project even has some...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Newbie Ubuntu Music Production

    I'm going to second wentzr's invitation to try Renoise. It's brilliant, has a strong community, and the free version let's you do almost everything. Now that Renoise has Jack and plays nicely with...
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    [ubuntu] Re: VIDEO EDITING in Gnu/Linux

    Yes, of course, clips can be trimmed in Blender. A trimmer, however -- a feature in many NLE's that allows you, among other things, to quickly perform cutting tasks before adding media to a timeline...
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    [ubuntu] Re: VIDEO EDITING in Gnu/Linux

    I've only experimented with using Blender as an NLE. Since Blender doesn't have a trimmer or any real media management, I felt that preparing short clips and organizing these clips ahead of time...
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    [ubuntu] Re: VIDEO EDITING in Gnu/Linux

    It sounds like you are shooting on mini DV and your camera has firewire. In this case, you can use Kino (or, more specifically, dvgrab) to capture your video.

    If I remember correctly, you can tell...
  14. [ubuntu] Re: PyOpenGL Segmentation fault, Jaunty 9.04

    I have an Intel 945GM. From what I know, OpenGL is not implemented correctly for most Intel cards in Jaunty. The Intel drivers have been under heavy development and transition. Right now, there may...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Software Rostrum Camera

    Blender can do this. It might be a bit challenging for someone new to Blender, however.

    There's a new Linux application that was made specifically for turning still images into video called SMILE....
  16. [all variants] Re: Drawing programs for drawing simple diagrams?

    Inkscape is currently the king of open source vector art. It's powerful and easy to use. Simply grab it from the repositories.
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    [all variants] Re: I Need Some Music Production Software

    No, it isn't open source, but almost everything in Renoise is free. The free version is an amazing tracker, a sequencer for your synths, a nice sampler, and it can output to everything to Ardour via...
  18. Re: Synaptic error after today's update...

    It looks like you have something left over from a kernel image that you installed. To fix my issue, I simply deleted a file related to that uninstalled kernel:


    $sudo rm...
  19. Re: Synaptic error after today's update...

    I have the same problem right after today's security update. I can't do anything with Synatpic, aptitude, or apt-get. The only difference is that mine is saying that it can't find a different img:
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    [kubuntu] Re: recording my músic

    I'll chime in with a similar answer as Amilo. Learning Ardour is a smart thing if you want to use a Linux computer as a recording studio. I'm now very happy with the new version of Renoise + Ardour.
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    Re: HOWTO: Jaunty Intel Graphics Performance Guide

    Big thanks, Mark. For the last couple of hours, Jaunty has been the best Ubuntu ever. I'm now running kernel 30 rc8 with the 20090601 bleeding-edge Intel driver and seeing excellent results.
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    Re: HOWTO: Jaunty Intel Graphics Performance Guide

    Thanks for the note. For some reason I ran an apt-get clean a couple of days ago. Doh. I found a 20090601 on someone's site, but it had a slightly newer dependency that currently isn't in the edgers...
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    Re: HOWTO: Jaunty Intel Graphics Performance Guide

    Yesterday I ran the 2.6.30-rc8 kernel with the drivers in the x-Updates repository on my 945GM. It was a stable combination for me, significantly better than the current "Optimum" because of the...
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    Re: HOWTO: Jaunty Intel Graphics Performance Guide

    The bleeding-edge xserver-xorg-video-intel is broken for the second day on my 945GM (a black screen after logging in on the 20090603 build). It's a pity I can't find and download the 20090601...
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    Re: HOWTO: Jaunty Intel Graphics Performance Guide

    Thanks for bringing up the Sarvatt build. I figured that someone had already built an rc7 with the latest fixes. I just didn't know where to look.
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