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  1. Re: Severe NVME Issue with Ubuntu 16.04 and Samsung 960 Pro M2 SSD

    About to install 960 Pro and am curious if you have resolve this issue?

    My plan is to install latest Firmware 2.2 under Windows. There is also a Windows driver which of course won't work under...
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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    Your Nvidia changes are timely as I am in the process of putting that in myself. Thanks :)
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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    Here's a sample screen:

    274432

    Here's a the code snippet:

    TEXT
    ${color}Today is:${color green}$alignr${time %A,}$alignr ${time %e %B %G}
    ${color}Distribution:${color green}$alignr...
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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    It looks great. Can you post your code for others to use? Also where did you get the wallpaper? Who's the superheroine on the right?
  5. Re: Files created using a software written in a specific programming language

    Debugging simply means looking at your source code to find a "bug" or coding error. The term originated when a fly flew into a computer (the size of a room in the 1960's) and fried the circuits.
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    Re: Ubuntu Smooth upgrade

    I agree with the spirit of your message(s). Ubuntu 16.04 upgrade from 14.04 went smoothly for me. Started the upgrade and went shopping. When I came back it was on the last step of cleaning up. It...
  7. Re: Files created using a software written in a specific programming language

    The OP won't be writing a text editing program.

    C is a tool. .txt is a file format. Interchanging formatted data between applications like excel, databases, etc. is most commonly done with the...
  8. Annoying Android "Battery is Full" notification

    So you plug your phone in night before you go to bed to have a full charge tomorrow.

    What happens? Stupid beeping telling you your battery is full. Theoretically this is waking you up to save the...
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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    Thank you for this timely post! Ubuntu 14.04 daily update enticed me to upgrade to 16.04 and the first broken thing was Conky. Quick google had me downgrade from new Conky 1.10 to older 1.9 to make...
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    Re: Olympus has fallen

    I watched it about the same time you did. Great movie. Sorry don't know the plane model.
  11. [SOLVED] Re: Windows 7 update fried Grub2 on Parition 1 / MBR.

    The thread is marked solved even if cause of the problem is not specifically known.

    An install of Windows 10 should be done to make the nag-ware go away but it should be done in a triple boot of...
  12. [SOLVED] Re: Windows 7 update fried Grub2 on Parition 1 / MBR.

    Hello Fred.

    Sorry for the delay... I didn't get an e-mail saying a reply was posted.

    The solution.. at the Grub> prompt:

    insmod chain
    chainloader +1
    boot
  13. [SOLVED] Windows 7 update fried Grub2 on Parition 1 / MBR.

    Windows 7 did it's usual operating system update while I was watching a movie. When the system rebooted Grub2 scrolled a few thousand lines of bad command / syntax errors and garbage ASCII plus lots...
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    Re: What are you listening to right now?

    Sheepdogs
  15. Re: Rumor that Microsoft is buying Canonical and Ubuntu

    If it became MS Ubuntu I would simply switch to ARCH Linux. But I imagine half the user base would just stay put. *shrugs*.
  16. [SOLVED] Re: Ubuntu 14.04 Boot - plymouth-upstart-bridge Issue

    Spooky timing with your post because last night I was reading Linux-Lite:
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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    This thread is soooooo long looking back to find something is like looking for a "needle" in a hay stack.

    I also use Windows 7 for games under dual boot.

    I've played with GREP for the sole...
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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    Had to look twice at your screen, 20 GB / 66% free file system... That would imply a 60 GB disk but that is probably the /home directory. (didn't look at the code)

    Don't blame yourself for some...
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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    Run Robot Run!!!!

    Screen shot looks very cool.

    53 beans since 2007? Man of few words but important actions.
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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    It's nice to hear something is working in this world! Congrats.
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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    I won't reply with quote this time.

    A few pages back in this thread of 23,000 posts there are people talking about various weather channels via background feed that have stopped working in Conky. ...
  22. [SOLVED] Re: Ubuntu 14.04 Boot - plymouth-upstart-bridge Issue

    Keep in mind the bug is with the Operating System (Linux) and not the Application (Ubuntu / Lubuntu / Xubuntu / Arch / Mint , etc. etc.). The application needs the operating system to work. I guess...
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    Re: Post your .conkyrc files w/ screenshots

    Based on a quick google (can't remember having this problem myself) try changing:



    own_window_type override


    to
  24. [SOLVED] Re: Ubuntu 14.04 Boot - plymouth-upstart-bridge Issue

    Entropy is used to encrypt data and random bits are stored in /dev/random and /dev/urandom amongst other places. The random bits are needed to create a GPG key and perhaps for encrypting data volumes...
  25. [SOLVED] Re: Ubuntu 14.04 Boot - plymouth-upstart-bridge Issue

    I quickly browsed the thread and quite frankly can't remember all the technical details at this time.

    I'd like to point out that booting from a CD is SLOWWWWW so you would not encounter the...
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