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    I tend to go for "nome", because it's easier. ...

    I tend to go for "nome", because it's easier.

    GNU is meant to be pronounced 'Ga-Noo' with a hard G, so perhaps Gnome is the same. I tend to leave the G's silent, for both, however.
  2. If the English language were in any way precise,...

    If the English language were in any way precise, there would be no need for legal documents to be so long and meticulous as they are.
  3. Thread: x86 vs x586

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    True, but while referring to software, it's...

    True, but while referring to software, it's important to think of it as meaning 'requires a 586 [Pentium] or anything above'. So a Pentium 3 can run binaries marked as 586, but a 486 machine won't be...
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    Re: nice ...

    The description for the lounge is as follows:Clearly stated here.
  5. Thread: Free Linux CDs?

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    The problem is that he has a slow Internet...

    The problem is that he has a slow Internet connection.
  6. Thread: Free Linux CDs?

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    Re: Free Linux CDs?

    There will be places in Canada to buy CDs for popular distributions similar to the UK's http://www.cheeplinux.co.uk/. I don't have any URLs to hand.

    An alternative is to find a) a friend b) a...
  7. Re: highways in the future(100-200 years from now)

    Smaller cars, more advanced motorways.

    Rush hour: Most cars on the motorway are cars with 4/5 seats, but only the driver is using it. This wastes space; make 1 driver cars fashionable and cheap.
    ...
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    Project Looking Glass...

    Project Looking Glass has been released for testing purposes. Go see, if you're into unstable but cool tech demos. :) The "getting started guide" might come in handy...
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    Re: HP unveils its first Linux laptop

    Heh. Highly unlikely.

    Possible. But again, highly unlikely.

    Your cut & paste job actually tells us that the IBM selection was before Dell's offering. Unless I'm reading that wrong.
  10. Thread: screen trouble

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    If the binary or script is in a directory in your...

    If the binary or script is in a directory in your $PATH, then it will be available anywhere (on a per-user basis -- not all users have to have the same $PATH set up). To see what your current $PATH...
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    Well, the link I provide is to a slackpack, which...

    Well, the link I provide is to a slackpack, which is likely to also be included on any ISO's you used to install Slackware, under the same directory.

    You say "as far as i can tell it works but i...
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    Re: screen trouble

    ftp://ftp.slackware.com/pub/slackware/slackware-10.0/slackware/ap/screen-4.0.2-i486-1.tgz in ftp://ftp.slackware.com/

    Using RPM's on a Slackware setup is a bit of a strange way to do things (Why...
  13. Thread: Fake or Photo

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    If you're that concerned about people nit-picking...

    If you're that concerned about people nit-picking even further, you can delete any thread that you've created. Simply check the correct box when you edit your initial post.
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    As has been mentioned, it should be accessible as...

    As has been mentioned, it should be accessible as a USB Mass Storage Device. When you plug the drive in under Windows, it'll appear as another drive letter, yes? And you'll be able to add/remove...
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    Google knows everything, right? Searching for...

    Google knows everything, right?

    Searching for "system reversion" on Google returns links to some acne treatment product : http://www.reversion.com/

    Perhaps 25 days from now will be a good day...
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    Unfortunately, not everybody's cup of tea. While...

    Unfortunately, not everybody's cup of tea. While it's true that any software running in a system could be updated to a more recent/more secure version quite easily in any distribution, kernel or...
  17. Perhaps it depends on the uni. Anything I make at...

    Perhaps it depends on the uni. Anything I make at uni is mine and mine alone. Work I did during the summer last year was mine, even though I was working for the uni. If I had wanted to take the...
  18. Yes, this one's really good, and open source to...

    Yes, this one's really good, and open source to boot so you can edit to your needs, but that's not likely, it's pretty damn good :)

    It's what I use, I got it set up fairly quickly on one machine...
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    It's sometimes best to check what the processes...

    It's sometimes best to check what the processes are first though ...
    ps aux | grep <pid>
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    Fedora is the free version of Redhat. The...

    Fedora is the free version of Redhat.

    The implication from the first post is that these are distributions milagroman already has, and is therefore in a position to install. Support isn't...
  21. Re: Help Required In Installing Mozilla Firefox 0.92

    I'd normally put it under /usr/local/Firefox, or something similar. But then you might need to fiddle with users $PATH variables.

    Running it now on Debian, and it installs cleanly into the...
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    Re: A decision to make which would you choose?

    RH 8.0 then.

    As a file/webserver, a 2.4 kernel would be perfectly fine. You could probably run with the 2.2 kernels, so long as you know your hardware is supported. I run 2.4.26 on my...
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    Re: A question to all graduates

    Most CS graduates here at Glasgow who were looking for employment to start within a few months of exams finishing landed themselves a job quite easily. The market's picking up quite nicely at the...
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    Re: Linux and Opengl?

    Look at http://nehe.gamedev.net/. For code examples, look at the OpenGL examples using SDL. Download the red book from http://www.opengl.org. That should be enough to get you going.
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    From http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/lancashire/3876615.stm:
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