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Yea I use to use Ubuntu back in the day when it was like version 6.x through version 8.x but just got tired of it. Really can't stand Unity. mad.gif

My exact thoughts. I brought it to a cisco networking class I had in highschool and we installed it on everything and I also used it at home. Just got tired of it.
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I've had a few program crashes today frown.gif MPlayer and NVidia. Both because of something linked to 11.10, though.
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Usually when xeb talks in third person, he broke something.

likely, This thread was made to be a facade for something he broke.

What page is the reveal going to be on XEB?
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Shrak likes talking in third person to.
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Shrak likes talking in third person to.

 

 

:D

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Usually when xeb talks in third person, he broke something.

likely, This thread was made to be a facade for something he broke.

What page is the reveal going to be on XEB?

 

When Xeb talks in third person it may also mean Xeb is happy. Xeb really likes ubuntu.

 

 

The only other issue Xeb is having is a mutli-monitor issue, but that is a known issue with ATI drivers and ubuntu. Go a work around going so all is good so far. Her is to hoping no tanking occurs. 

 

 
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post #16 of 57
I need to rebuild my Ubuntu VM. Since Installing my M4 I'be been perpetually rebooting just to see how fast my computer starts and neglecting everything else productive / fun.


I generally only use it to get used to working with Telnet equipment from within Putty, within Ubuntu, within Windows... If that makes any sense...


The moral of the story: I am DLING 12.04 to make my VM function once more.
post #17 of 57
I'm reluctant to try it since I've got bumblebee working on Mint LXDE on my laptop. I regularly use it so I'd be pissed if I tried this and something broke.
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I'm reluctant to try it since I've got bumblebee working on Mint LXDE on my laptop. I regularly use it so I'd be pissed if I tried this and something broke.

That's what live cd's are for tongue.gif
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That's what live cd's are for tongue.gif

You're not being serious.
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