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Originally Posted by SkittleLinux18 Hmmmm.... Well, maybe it's just a common problem for me, which means common user, which means user error. It just seems like every 3-7 months, my ...
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- 03-18-2012 #11
But in all honesty not taking the jiffy out of you or anything, but i have never seen a system suffering system rot. Most of the systems i have seen that are having errors are Windows Vista and 5+ year old computers. Which for latter often just requires a compenent upgrade, new and more RAM.
- 03-18-2012 #12
You use KDE don't you? I wonder if it's a KDE thing rather than a Linux thing. I've run Gnome 2, XFCE, openbox and a few others but never really KDE excepting to have a look to see if I like it yet.What do we want?
When do we want 'em?
Doesn't really matter does it!?
The Fifth Continent
- 03-18-2012 #13
- 03-18-2012 #14Originally Posted by elija
page. I did steps 1-5, but skipped 6-8. I also used Synaptic to upgrade any packages and install Startup Manager. I'll be sure to let you all know how the system seems to be doing in a few days. Thanks for the help everyone!Using Linux since June 2007
Distros: Mint 16 KDE
SPECS: AMD Atholon 64 X2 3.2 Ghz, 4GB RAM, GeForce GTS 250 1GB VRAM
When your whole life is on one computer, servers and all, choose stability over anything else.
- 03-18-2012 #15