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    I'm still chaffing over that dinosaur...

    I'm still chaffing over that dinosaur comment...though the UF follow-up helped take the sting out of it.

    Yeah, vi's the way to go for me too.
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    Indeed, Mike is sorely missed. We will keep...

    Indeed, Mike is sorely missed.

    We will keep you, and your family in our hearts, David.

    Yasher Koach ve Elokim Yerachem.
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    Maybe I'm missing something, Andy, but what's...

    Maybe I'm missing something, Andy, but what's wrong with logging-in via SSh and running cdrecord/mkisofs/growisofs on the remote machine, none of which are all that difficult to learn to use?

    If...
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    Hmmmm....seeing red. Probably best not to post...

    Hmmmm....seeing red.

    Probably best not to post in a condition like that.
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    If you're going with a fully-outfitted KDE setup,...

    If you're going with a fully-outfitted KDE setup, take a look at filelight ( http://www.methylblue.com/filelight/ ) if you get a chance. I have a feeling that you'll like it. (Interestingly enough,...
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    Best of luck with the new position, David (and...

    Best of luck with the new position, David (and keep that molasses warmed-up a bit...seems to help a bit).



    {Middle-Age Tip (from Better Homes and Gardens, I'm told)}
    The wisdom never really...
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    Konq seems quicker than any of the other...

    Konq seems quicker than any of the other browsers, is probably one of your best standards compliant browsers available today, and natively supports .jng image formats.

    I generally use Konq for...
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    It won't and it's not supposed to. It's the...

    It won't and it's not supposed to.

    It's the document standard that matters, not the productivity suite that may or may not support it.
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    News to me too, but that's not what I said,...

    News to me too, but that's not what I said, either.

    The not insignificant global move toward ODF is what is giving microsoft fits, particularly in view of the fact that they are at least a year...
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    The point is, despite the ms-DRI thing being done...

    The point is, despite the ms-DRI thing being done for 15 years, microsoft hasn't changed their strategy at all. They've simply become more subtle about it. The predaciousness is the same, and they...
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    Yeah. I even still have my original Novell DOS 7...

    Yeah. I even still have my original Novell DOS 7 floppies, too. $79.95 from Egghead Software. Some of us watched the ms-DRI bit happen as it happened.

    Some of microsoft's tactics happen to...
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    "We need to slaughter Novell before they get...

    "We need to slaughter Novell before they get stronger...This really isn't that hard. If you're going to kill someone, there isn't much reason to get all worked up about it and angry. You just pull...
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    Brace yourself for the coming years, my friend. ...

    Brace yourself for the coming years, my friend.

    I'm at the point where I must use my glasses for anything within 3 feet, or so, of me. I want my 25 year-old eyes back.
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    I suggest you spend some time reading...

    I suggest you spend some time reading groklaw.net--for starters. Most of the other commentary that I'm thinking of is linked-to from the microsoft-novell articles there. You are not seeing this for...
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    (The wall brackets do have adjustable, swinging,...

    (The wall brackets do have adjustable, swinging, extension arms for my positioning comfort. I sound like an ad, now. I should stop.)


    In the situation you've described, I'd drag the 21" monitor...
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    Personally, I don't give a hoot what they do.

    As to my understanding of what will happen with folks I know personally:
    (1.) The businesses I have contact with aren't going with vista at all, and...
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    I am using the LCD pair in a unified desktop...

    I am using the LCD pair in a unified desktop manner, as you would suspect:
    Left-hand monitor is LCD #1 and handles the left-side of the unified desktop contents.
    Right-hand monitor is LCD #2 and...
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    You may also find that your problem is...

    You may also find that your problem is attributable to a fast burn speed.

    If you're still having problems, notch that speed down to about half of the specified top burn speed for the media you're...
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    Another suggestion would be something along the...

    Another suggestion would be something along the lines of what I've been using for the past few years: Dual 19" LCDs, in a 2560 x 1024 resolution configuration. At current LCD pricing, this seems to...
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    OH. Ubuntu. If I'm correct about this, you...

    OH. Ubuntu.

    If I'm correct about this, you need to use sudo to run each of the commands I listed.
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    OK...let me show you what I get when I plug...

    OK...let me show you what I get when I plug something into the USB:


    dipsy-doodle@example.host[dipsy-doodle]$ su

    Password:
    root@example.host[dipsy-doodle]# tail -f /var/log/messages
    Nov 3...
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    Also, as root: tail -f /var/log/messages Then...

    Also, as root:

    tail -f /var/log/messages
    Then plug in the drive.

    What output do you get?
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    I've never tried running Firefox in this way,...

    I've never tried running Firefox in this way, without using the %u parameter; which is supposed to force working directory references to the user account home directory.

    Running firefox without it...
  24. beosmrx, Let me give you a bit of polite...

    beosmrx,

    Let me give you a bit of polite advice:

    In just these two posts (your other 4 posts are only in the hardware trading sub-forum), I see 6 distinct instances where you have gravely...
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    Experience has taught me that this general...

    Experience has taught me that this general approach (do one thing at a time, in the local directory [lots of cd-ing]) seems to be easier for newbies, if a console session has to be done:

    Open a...
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