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  1. I suggest...

    you write Steam a strong letter and demand they correct this most egregious error at once. You can emphasize your argument by stipulating you will refuse to make use of any service they may provide...
  2. Beer temps

    If you're drinking serious beer (and not the typical mass-market US/UK/AUS/JN swill) you'll want it cooled to somewhere around 14-16c. Any cooler and it kills the bouquet and dulls the flavor of the...
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    Intel 530 m.2

    I bought one of these when I built my ASUS Z97-Pro system a couple of months ago. It's the main boot drive, with GPT partitoning and Ubuntu 14.4 installed in EFI mode. Works fine, no operational...
  4. Depends on the design of the laser engine. Some...

    Depends on the design of the laser engine. Some use a replaceable drum, some don't.

    I've owned two HP color LaserJets, the first was a CP2605DN and now I have a CP2025DN. Neither required...
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    Ethernet adapter, for one, and only in some cases...

    Ethernet adapter, for one, and only in some cases and only with some Distros. My new mobo came with an Intel 1218-V Ethernet adapter. Works fine under Ubuntu, but Fedora 20 could not find the...
  6. I'm running Mint 17 on an ASUS Z97-Pro with an...

    I'm running Mint 17 on an ASUS Z97-Pro with an i7-4970 (non-"K") CPU. Works fine. Ubuntu 14.4, too.

    Fedora 20 installed just fine, but I could never get it to recognize the network adapter...
  7. K-less 4790 is already out. I just put one in a...

    K-less 4790 is already out. I just put one in a new ASUS Z97 motherboard. Mint 17/Ubuntu 14.4 work OK. Couldn't get network going on Fedora 20, but that was probably my fault and I haven't had a...
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    Now, now. They're very clever, you know.

    Now, now. They're very clever, you know.
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    Unicomp

    I'll add an endorsement for the Unicomp keyboards. Been using them for years, never had a problem. 104 key Ultra Classic USB is probably the one you want.
  10. Thread: Germans hacked

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    I thought the Munich(?) Muni Government went all...

    I thought the Munich(?) Muni Government went all Linux a few years ago. Whoever it was did a good job of making the transition work and were quite positive of the outcome.
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    followed by PSU swap if it passes Memtest

    followed by PSU swap if it passes Memtest
  12. "...cat..."

    "...cat..."
  13. While in Germany, Nazis continue to run amok

    http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/11/13/us-germany-crime-neonazis-idUSTRE7AC0TQ20111113
  14. A simple link would have worked.

    A simple link would have worked.
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    Perfect for a slow Summer afternoon

    Let the bashing begin!
  16. Sumpin' about that Zotac

    I have the same mobo in my HTPC machine. The latest nVidia Windows driver blows up on that machine, too.
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    I'm sure Michael would prefer you bought a...

    I'm sure Michael would prefer you bought a preferred membership or whatever he's calling it. All the goodness served without adds for one low annual subscription.
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    What if the problem was that file allocation...

    What if the problem was that file allocation table (is there such a thing with EXT?) or some other "track 0" data that wasn't properly recorded?
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    Given the discussion earlier about how few people...

    Given the discussion earlier about how few people in the community really have the skills and background to do effective video driver development, I'm not sure if this is good news or not.
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    I don't think Canonical ever promised their LTS...

    I don't think Canonical ever promised their LTS releases were more stable or reliable or functional than any other release. They just promised to "support" it for a longer interval than the others.
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