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  1. when I build a multi-booting system, I usually...

    when I build a multi-booting system, I usually set aside 32 or 64G for a fat32 partition, this is usually plenty for file space that needs to be shared with windows, usually downloaded stuff,...
  2. I upgraded my linux firewall/router from 3.11 to...

    I upgraded my linux firewall/router from 3.11 to 3.14 recently and all seemed fine, but then my users started to complain about failed http connections... in particular uploading pictures to the web...
  3. I retrofitted my Dell E7440 with a 1TB drive (WD...

    I retrofitted my Dell E7440 with a 1TB drive (WD blue slim, the only thing that would fit), so this would be useful, I don't need to worry about the primary SSD mSATA drive of course.
  4. opensuse went to systemd a bit too early I think,...

    opensuse went to systemd a bit too early I think, too much legacy fallback required. now nearly everything can be managed by systemd, it's fine, I just wish the last stragglers would catch up.

    the...
  5. I hope I didn't offend you. My point is that if...

    I hope I didn't offend you. My point is that if the majority of people who were in a position to donate, did, rather than assume everyone else will, things would be better.

    I am not boasting, but...
  6. I use Ghostery plugin, which reveals the scary...

    I use Ghostery plugin, which reveals the scary state of many websites.

    I use it in non-blocking mode at work because I work in publishing (for one more week) and need all the cookies and tracking...
  7. I am wondering whether the clever thermal...

    I am wondering whether the clever thermal management that Intel use coupled with dynamic clock speed changes mean that "ondemand" might actually be a better policy for people whose computers are...
  8. I'd prefer it if everybody donated, then we'd...

    I'd prefer it if everybody donated, then we'd only
    have to donate a small amount for Michael to
    be able to make a living from the site. Even
    the equivalent of one Starbucks coffee every
    two...
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    maybe get a pressure/weight sensing pad, a...

    maybe get a pressure/weight sensing pad, a temperature sensor, and then you can graph the beer usage and temperature over time. Log which beer it is, and then you can see which beers get drunk the...
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    are you able to compare power consumption of the...

    are you able to compare power consumption of the boards when doing similar tasks?
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    Many gamers build their PCs from scratch using...

    Many gamers build their PCs from scratch using carefully chosen components, so the more expensive the PC, the smaller the relative cost of a Windows licence.

    For businesses, the cost of a PC with...
  12. typo: performace

    typo: performace
  13. Just to be clear, in this context updates = bug...

    Just to be clear, in this context updates = bug fixes, updates != new features/upgrades.

    There are many advantages to upgrades: better performance, it can take a while before drivers are...
  14. I either use XFCE or KDE; the latter particularly...

    I either use XFCE or KDE; the latter particularly when I have a high resolution display and want to be able to tune the sizes of the UI to be the right size. I've stuck with KDE since 3.x, and yes,...
  15. I would like one of the android and linux tech...

    I would like one of the android and linux tech sites to try and interview Imagination and ask why they are clearly hostile towards linux. If any organisation deserves Torvald's finger insult it's...
  16. I have a Fujitsu U820 aka U2010, a lovely...

    I have a Fujitsu U820 aka U2010, a lovely ultraportable, with a nice Atom Z530 processor in it. The only shame was the use of GMA500. I had the pre-unity Ubuntu Netbook remix for a long time on it...
  17. your life mirrors mine... long ago at a previous...

    your life mirrors mine... long ago at a previous job I had a windows desktop and the hard drive failed. Part of my job was administering unix and linux servers, and a colleague used linux as his...
  18. I don't think it's that. I could see the edit...

    I don't think it's that. I could see the edit button for the comment you replied to, but now it's gone, and it's been a fair time; the previous comment is also uneditable too.

    Ah, if I click on...
  19. tee hee. I use Swype on my phone and I usually...

    tee hee.

    I use Swype on my phone and I usually spot when it autocorrects things, and add common technical jargon to its dictionary. I missed it correcting ReactOS to reactors. I will go edit.

    ...
  20. On the one hand I think reactOS is a cool and...

    On the one hand I think reactOS is a cool and clever idea
    On the other, if the time didn't developing it was costed at legal minimum working salary then they could probably have bought Windows...
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