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    can you identify this picture ?

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by brianL View Comment
    It's obviously the back of a man's head, with a thumbnail superimposed.
    where are so many wrinkles on the back on any person's head ?
    i think its a thumb only !
    Posted 07-16-2011 at 08:27 PM by dEnDrOn dEnDrOn is offline
  2. Old Comment

    can you identify this picture ?

    Must be some really good music if the thumb-up is listening to it.
    Posted 07-16-2011 at 06:17 PM by lumak lumak is offline
  3. Old Comment

    can you identify this picture ?

    It's obviously the back of a man's head, with a thumbnail superimposed.
    Posted 07-16-2011 at 04:32 PM by brianL brianL is offline
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    can you identify this picture ?

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by cascade9 View Comment
    A thumb wearing tiny headphones.....or a giant thumb wearing normal sized headphones.
    no...no...thumb can't be so giant...
    actually headphones are tiny !
    Posted 07-14-2011 at 08:56 PM by dEnDrOn dEnDrOn is offline
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    can you identify this picture ?

    A thumb wearing tiny headphones.....or a giant thumb wearing normal sized headphones.
    Posted 07-14-2011 at 09:15 AM by cascade9 cascade9 is offline
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    Change your login screen...

    dEnDrOn hey I didn't realize you had put a solution up it was in a different thread (uncategorized).

    I'm on a fc14 64, I admit I have been tweaking the heck out of it (screwing with it and very possible why your solution isn't working on mine.

    Anyway I been up like 24 hours so I have to hit the pillow..as far as the box I'll give it a shot later if I'm not in the dog house for over-sleeping
    Posted 07-09-2011 at 06:49 AM by johntor johntor is offline
  7. Old Comment

    Change your login screen...

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by johntor View Comment
    i tried that and it didn't survive the reboot, unless i did something different or else our systems are different i run FC 14

    i think that this thing works on all systems.
    Posted 07-09-2011 at 06:16 AM by dEnDrOn dEnDrOn is offline
  8. Old Comment

    Change your login screen...

    i tried that and it didn't survive the reboot, unless i did something different or else our systems are different i run FC 14
    Posted 07-09-2011 at 06:04 AM by johntor johntor is offline
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    7 reasons why Ubuntu is so successful

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    Originally Posted by crankyoldbitch View Comment
    Don't forget simple functionality. I tried an old copy of Fedora and Centos 5.5 b4 installing Unbuntu. Neither recognized the hardware on my old T61, and I could never get wireless working, or streaming, or Chrome or anything remotely useful. I had everything I need up and running within an hour of installing Unbuntu, with no outside help. For a newbie that's golden.
    yeah....i agree with that too..
    But i started my linux journey with fedora but still ubuntu is GOLDEN for newbies
    Posted 07-08-2011 at 11:51 PM by dEnDrOn dEnDrOn is offline
  10. Old Comment

    7 reasons why Ubuntu is so successful

    Don't forget simple functionality. I tried an old copy of Fedora and Centos 5.5 b4 installing Unbuntu. Neither recognized the hardware on my old T61, and I could never get wireless working, or streaming, or Chrome or anything remotely useful. I had everything I need up and running within an hour of installing Unbuntu, with no outside help. For a newbie that's golden.
    Posted 07-08-2011 at 10:04 PM by crankyoldbitch crankyoldbitch is offline
  11. Old Comment

    Enable right click and desktop folder in Gnome 3

    What's really needed is some plug-ins to add a home folder and desktop folder to the overview mode.
    Posted 07-03-2011 at 12:18 PM by lumak lumak is offline
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    get rid of GNOME 3 recent items ......

    I use this technique for xfce/openbox:
    Code:
    # rm ~user/.recently-used.xbel
    # touch ~user/.recently-used.xbel
    # chattr +i ~user/.recently-used.xbel
    removing it or pointing it to /dev/null is useless: it will be removed by filemanagers/apps and then replaced with new data.
    Posted 07-03-2011 at 04:59 AM by Web31337 Web31337 is offline
    Updated 07-03-2011 at 05:01 AM by Web31337

  



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