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its just a shot in the dark but i'll ask anyway. i have a presario 2100 and i have ubunto. my problem is my comp keeps freezing. i dont know if its a hardware problem or if its just a bug that is fixable. does anyone else have or used to have this problem? if so is there a diagnostic or something i can run to find even just a clue as to whats wrong?
I remember the days when free online email was a novelty. The storage space was small and the features even smaller. But the I discovered that the benefits of gettin my email on any computer outweighted the costs of fewer features. And remember these were the days when Eudora ruled the consumer desktop email market.
But soon the features caught up and now in the last 5 years not only can I get my email on any computer or laptop out there I can also get it on my iPhone or blackberry....
For a long time after Debian Lenny came out I couldn't figure out at all how to install the ATi drivers, I always had one missing dependency or another, but now I know exactly what dependencies are required to use the ATi driver on Debian.