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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu for Tablets?

    Canonical has not established a roadmap of specific release dates for the software, but hopes to have device-ready releases of the new OS editions by 2014. Thank You Canonical
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu for Tablets?

    Yes, but there are so many Ubuntu mixes and some of them are for efficiency on low powered systems. And driver wise, the android tablets have almost exactly the same hardware inside. I learned a...
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    [ubuntu] Ubuntu for Tablets?

    I was thinking of getting a tablet (great sales right now) So I went over to XDA to see about the modified roms. I learned a little bit over there and a new thread was starting about trying to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: DVI blue screen

    Problem solved, the NEW Ubuntu version sensed the DVI connection no problem. I must say, they did excellent work on the new version, I connected using my wireless in 20 second setup even using the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: DVI blue screen

    Thanks, any help is appreciated.
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    [ubuntu] DVI blue screen

    Sorry, I have tried a search and cannot find an answer. My computer is now using the DVI connection to my monitor. When I put in the 8.10 version disk in, I get the boot menu but when I chose to...
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    [ubuntu] Intel Atom processor can handle 64 bit?

    I just happen to be going through some more posts and I saw mentioned that the Intel Atom processor can handle 64 bit? Does this mean I can use The Ubuntu Intrepid 64 bit software?
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    [ubuntu] Ausus EEE 1000 with ssd Ext/2 or Ext/3 formatting for installing Intrepid?

    I am waiting for my EEE from UPS, I have read many posts and sites about trying out Ubuntu on the netbook. There are some questions I have about formatting and installing. From what I am reading in...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Downloading UBUNTU?

    Thanks again for your help :)
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    [ubuntu] Re: Downloading UBUNTU?

    Thanks for your help. The reason I ask this is, that I am installing UBUNTU on a USB and it works fine. I can even download the restricted Broadcom driver and maintain installation on next boot. The...
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    [ubuntu] Downloading UBUNTU?

    I have an old UBUNTU Hardy disc. If I download a new UBUNTU Hardy, will it have the new updated Linux Kernel?

    Thx for your help :)
  12. [xubuntu] Bluetooth wireless sound Xubuntu get to work?

    Hello everyone. I tried out Xubuntu by itself and it seems great for my dell Laptop (efficiency wise). I have one problem. I use the Logitech Bluetooth USB music anywhere dongle to transmit to...
  13. [ubuntu] Re: How to install ubuntu on USB drive and carry entire computing system in pocket?

    Yes it does decrease life cycle of the USB, but from what I understand on the pendrive linux site, installing it with the casper, decreases the read/write cycles by using the casper method. I believe...
  14. [ubuntu] Re: This way is a lot easier to install to a USB For Hardy Heron

    I tried the Pendrive linux site with Ubuntu and Xubuntu. Being a Linux newbie, the site did not state that when you get to the boot screen to press F6 for persistence. It does save your info on the...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Recommended Partitions

    I thought that if you had a separate home partition, then if you had a fatal corruption or crash, you could just reinstall Ubuntu and not overwrite your home partition so all of your info and...
  16. [ubuntu] This way is a lot easier to install to a USB For Hardy Heron

    I just happen to be doing a search and came across this site. The program worked on my USB. The only thing I am noticing that when you install to a USB using Pendrivelinux method or this guys...
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    [xubuntu] XUBUNTU vs UBUNTU?

    Hi everyone, I have some questions about using XUBUNTU instead of UBUNTU on my Dell 6400 lappy, Intel 1.8 dual core, ATI 1400 video card, 1 gig ram. I tried Ubuntu and was only getting 3 hours use...
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    [ubuntu] Or, Use Startup Manager

    If your a newbie like me, I use startup Manager and it is in the synaptic where you can add remove programs.
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    [ubuntu] Re: simple check, save a headache.

    Here is a simple check, it most likely is not your problem but if it is, then easy to solve.

    I am a newbie and when I first tried UBUNTU everything ran fine except my internet connection. It took...
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    [ubuntu] Here's a link.

    The reason some instructions ask you to disconnect your in case hard drive is to avoid accidentally loading the Grub boot loader onto that hard drive (but you really don't have to disconnect your...
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    [ubuntu] Sanboxie substitute?

    I was wondering if there is a type of program that is comparible to using Sandboxie under windows.
    http://www.sandboxie.com/
    Sandboxie changes the rules such that write operations do not make it...
  22. [ubuntu] Re: Truecrypt program and to bypass sytem password.

    Thanks for the links. In reference to running in root. I am not doing it permanently. I was just changing the permission to Truecrypt so I could run it when I am logged in normally without not being...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu and Core duo processors?

    On my desktop with the AMD dual core 3600 = 1600 mhz, I did the CPU info and also installed the 64 bit version Heron which made a big improvment. I also see on the cpu info that speed steeping is...
  24. [ubuntu] Found my own way

    I guess this will help with any future programs (I guess)

    1) I logged out and signed in as root, then I right clicked the icon and picked properties. I changed permissions to allow read and write...
  25. [ubuntu] Truecrypt program and to bypass system password.

    Hello everyone. I am using Truecrypt. Now when I click on the Truecrypt icon, the system asks for my system password before I can enter the Truecrypt password to open the encrypted file. Since this...
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