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Hello persistent USB.

Posted 12-21-2008 at 11:42 AM by Hitboxx
Updated 12-21-2008 at 12:31 PM by Hitboxx (spellcheck)

Hello holy hell,

I hardly saw this before. So an introductory hi hello salam namaste..

Now today has been a fruitful day, I wanted to put a Linux preferably with codecs and things intact onto an USB in persistent mode for some time now. Finally, Linux Mint 6 got releases a few days back and I set about the task to put it on.

Started off with many tutorials digging Google and ending up on various sites, a prominent one being However,...
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Good advice moderators

Posted 12-20-2008 at 10:15 PM by Drakeo

I find we have great moderators. the job they do are up to spec. You people really catch stuff that goes right by me thank you.
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Sony Ericsson PC Suite for FC8

Posted 12-20-2008 at 02:52 PM by gocool_fedora

Hi friends....I need Sony Ericsson PC Suite for FC8......Basically i am using my internet only through my mobile connected to my PC via data cable...i dont have bluetooth....does anyone have any substitute software...Please do help as i wont be able to use internet if dont find a software....
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Why Linux rocks

Posted 12-20-2008 at 06:25 AM by serafean

Eyecandy, some might claim it useless; I say sure it is, but it sure is nice... Take an old PC : Athlon 1gHz, 320MB RAM, and a Radeon 9200SE, try running windows with eyecandy on it (Vista? no way; XP possible but quickly bloated). Now I take Linux, install compiz-fusion and fire away those nice effects... PC still as responsive as ever, GNOME still as nice (even nicer) and an overall wobbly experience.
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The pointlessness of gnuCash

Posted 12-19-2008 at 12:12 AM by lumak (Lumak's Guide to Random Things)
Updated 12-20-2008 at 03:06 AM by lumak

Generally this points to gnuCash on slackware BUT I feel it goes towards everything.

gnuCash doesn't work.

I don't mean that if you actually get it compiled and running it doesn't work. I mean it doesn't work to begin with. A program should either be easy to compile and install with minimal fuss or it should be prepackaged binaries to install. gnuCash is neither!

From slackware's end here is a list of required dependencies.
- libgsf-gnome
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