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Computer Industry is in trouble

Posted 01-08-2012 at 03:55 PM by MystikMitch

I have settled for kde debian on my other machine. I'm however worried more about another topic.

I believe this is to be true even though I have not read the book and only the description.

This guy makes perfect sense I must...
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initramfs Emergency Shell

Posted 01-07-2012 at 09:19 PM by Bratmon

When moving my system between drives today, I forgot to change the entry for / in /etc/fstab .
When booting, it couldn't find / , so it dropped me to the initramfs emergency shell.
I solved my problem from that shell.
I belive this is the first time a problem was solved in that shell in all recorded history.
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This might sound crazy here.

Posted 01-06-2012 at 09:54 PM by bobacker

This might seem like a crazy question to ask here.
I have a virus in my Seagate 500 GB Exteral Hard Drive. Question can I use on my Ubuntu or Kubuntu, with out getting a virus into my computer? I don't like to throw it away yet, I don't think can format like my hard drive inside your computer. As know say can't get virus on Ubuntu so this is reason why I like to use on a Kubuntu.
What you think?
LQ Newbie
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Posted 01-06-2012 at 07:56 PM by hydraMax (Bits and Pixels)

I uploaded some planet images I created using techniques from Gimp tutorials. (link, link). It is a lot of fun to create planets and I'd like to create a lot more in the future. I also updated my Xinequery code, adding a Gentoo ebuild, plus some functionality that should make it a little more useful.
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Christmas Computer

Posted 01-06-2012 at 07:53 PM by wagscat123

Ahh... for Christmas I got a new computer

My old computer was a 2005 Dell Dimension B110 with 32-bit 2.53 GHz Celeron 256 MB (upgraded to 1.2) RAM, 40GB (160 GB) and a CD RW (upgraded to a DVD-RW drive) drive. Those specs probably bring back memories of computer history. I remember freaking because it didn't have a floppy drive.
That computer could only virtualize Linuxes before 2008, couln't run 8 preview, barely ran 7, and could barely run openSUSE 12.1 with desktop effects....
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