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Barnac1e's best tested distros #1: Aptosid "ponos"

Posted 04-11-2012 at 07:41 PM by barnac1e
Updated 04-11-2012 at 07:43 PM by barnac1e

Well, here for my first post to my blog on LQ, I am going to review (in brief) what I consider to be one of the best Linux Distros that I have tested to date. And I have tested many of them from recent history.

Aptosid "ponos"

When I first came across this distribution, I will admit it looked sharp and desktop graphics probably grabbed me subconsiciously. Upon downloading the smaller KDE mini version, I soon found myself wanting to see the XFCE and finally the...
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Browsers still re-fetch pages when using back button

Posted 04-11-2012 at 11:42 AM by Skaperen

Browsers these days are still trying to re-fetch data when I press the infamous "back button". I think this was always a dumb idea.

No doubt that is the cause for many cases of web site double ordering. Someone backs up so they can print out the results of a previous page where they committed their order, and it causes the data to POST again, which places another order. Now days, for POST, you get a pop-up that says the browser needs to re-post the data.

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Must remember to press "Submit Thread"

Posted 04-10-2012 at 09:46 PM by farmerdave

Can't believe I did that, wrote a very long post with lots of details for a new thread, then checked it out with a preview. Thought to myself "that looks good", so closed down Firefox and powered off the machine. "Hmmm, something's not quite right with that sequence" I thought to myself. Ah yes, must remember to press the Submit button next time.
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A surprising opensource PDF editor.

Posted 04-09-2012 at 11:38 PM by stretchedthin

I started this tutorial in response to a question asked on one of my other videos. Someone wanted to know what I would suggest as a PDF editor in Linux. I had every intention of showing PDFedit version 0.4.5, which is a little old now, having been released in May of 2010. However, I ended up finding totaly different application which was a bit of a surprise to me and the application did a great job editing a PDF. Better yet it's probably on your system right now, if not, it is definitely in your...
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make-based package installer/uninstaller update

Posted 04-09-2012 at 12:06 PM by rainbowsally
Updated 04-10-2012 at 09:39 AM by rainbowsally (info update re. ksmserver crash)

[msg updated apr 10, 2012 -rs]
Here's the link to blog with the download.

http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...staller-34641/

Meanwhile, here's how my qt4 project is going so far and I'll include the file that turns version 1.0.1 into 1.0.2 below.

make-based qt4

One problem file was libphonon.* (Temporarily moved back to /opt) Required reinstalling phonon...
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