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    I wouldn't say that at all. Probably more...

    I wouldn't say that at all. Probably more manual, but not more difficult.
  2. Thread: GoogleQuest

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    GoogleQuest

    Am I the only one geeky enough to keep a tab open with Google maps in it from this weekend to be able to keep playing with the Quest view?
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    Ha ha. I sure hope he's not talking about the...

    Ha ha. I sure hope he's not talking about the same Red Hat 6 that the original poster was using at the time.
  4. I've never thought of XFCE as having much eye...

    I've never thought of XFCE as having much eye candy. I think of Gnome and KDE for eye candy, and the newest Gnome is targetted more at embedded devices, not keyboard-and-mouse workstations anymore. ...
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    Not sure at all. Which ones were Wierd Al...

    Not sure at all.

    Which ones were Wierd Al singing about?
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    That's OK. All of the Amish I've met drive...

    That's OK. All of the Amish I've met drive pickup trucks.
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    I think you'll need a -R on that chown.

    I think you'll need a -R on that chown.
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    I think it was '\\%N\profiles\%U'. Which one...

    I think it was '\\%N\profiles\%U'.

    Which one to use is a matter of preference. The first puts the profiles in folders with login names, all under one profiles folder in %N (I don't remember what...
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    You shouldn't need an XYZ to put the file into...

    You shouldn't need an XYZ to put the file into /opt, just run the command from /opt or add /opt/ in front of the filename: /opt/archive.tar.gz. You may need root privileges to write into /opt.
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    First of all, the -j switch is for bz2...

    First of all, the -j switch is for bz2 compression, not gzip, so your archive should have a .bz2 extension, not .gz.
    As for the size discrepancy, my first bet is symbolic links, a.k.a shortcuts. If...
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    You still have both logon path lines. logon...

    You still have both logon path lines.

    logon path = $HOME/profile
    # Another common choice is storing the profile in the user's home directory
    # (this is Samba's default)
    logon path =...
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    They're three lines apart in the Domains section....

    They're three lines apart in the Domains section. The default smd.conf comes with one of those two options commented out, but what you posted has neither commented out. Only one is needed, its a...
  13. The UUID is meant to be used as a way to identify...

    The UUID is meant to be used as a way to identify that disc, even if it is plugged into a different port next time, so that it can still be mounted at the same spot, not to be the name of the mount...
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    I always ran it in each user's login. And you...

    I always ran it in each user's login. And you shouldn't have two logon paths in your smb.conf.
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    Has each user run smbpasswd in a Linux shell? I...

    Has each user run smbpasswd in a Linux shell? I remember having to do that before being able to log in on a Windows machine.
    Samba automatically creates and/or uses the nobody for guest behavior....
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    Everything I have is 64-bit. I go with it and...

    Everything I have is 64-bit. I go with it and never think of it. The only trouble I remember having recently was with a 32-bit proprietary printer driver (I avoid Canon printers now).
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    With increased usage, Gnome 3 was starting to be...

    With increased usage, Gnome 3 was starting to be a significant hemorrhoid. Fortunately, my latest Debian testing upgrade restored the taskbars to what I'm more familiar with.
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    First, I want to ask about your contract work? ...

    First, I want to ask about your contract work? Was it W-2 or 1099 based? (Assuming you live in the US, that is)
    I would not list 1099 based contracts separately on a resume, but have one entry as...
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    Those version numbers look way out-of-date. ...

    Those version numbers look way out-of-date. Debian testing should be in the 5's or 6's, and wine should be in 1.3 I think.
  20. The nicely formatted man pages don't bother me as...

    The nicely formatted man pages don't bother me as much as the re-branded forums. They copy a public forum's threads (often *buntu's), then try to ask for membership to their forum to view the...
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    I think there's a way for system logs to be sent...

    I think there's a way for system logs to be sent to a central log server. Try Google and/or man pages for more information. Then logs will automatically be enmeshed and a single tail -f will be...
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    If you're willing to keep a console window open...

    If you're willing to keep a console window open and logged into the server with read privileges to the log file, then 'tail -f' should keep the contents of the file updated to the screen.

    I...
  23. Do you have an XP installation disc and license...

    Do you have an XP installation disc and license key?
  24. I'm don't completely understand what you're...

    I'm don't completely understand what you're trying to do, but if Ubuntu can resize the Windows partition for its install, then you could copy you're needed files off of the Windows partition onto the...
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    If you're talking about data discs, I don't...

    If you're talking about data discs, I don't really know of one. I use Tellico (part of KDE) to manage my library of books, and it has features for music CDs and DVD movies, but I've noted...
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