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    OP -- it would be better responded to in the...

    OP -- it would be better responded to in the redhat section, perhaps.
  2. @revirotek -- I am glad you have that option at...

    @revirotek -- I am glad you have that option at your disposal. Great!

    @nihili -- I am remiss in not taking into account socio-economic factors like disposable income, population, economic...
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    SEARCH...

    SEARCH.
    Have tried Avidemux and it works.
  4. Computer shops nowadays must service android...

    Computer shops nowadays must service android phone and tabs and, if permissable, i-Whatchmacallits; as well, they must supply affordable components and service, IMHO, in order to be viable. The...
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    Sounds like your harware is in question. If...

    Sounds like your harware is in question.

    If a person goes to terminal and types the command < lspci > some hardware info should be forthcoming. Without inowing more, "go 32-bit" is all we can...
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    Burnout on W2k, back when one gig RAM was a big...

    Burnout on W2k, back when one gig RAM was a big deal, got me into Linux.
    Originally wanted to learn UNIX, but that outfit Solaris was having problems at the time, so GNU/Linux it was~!
    Had a...
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    Welcome! Delve into the documentation on this...

    Welcome!
    Delve into the documentation on this site first and look into rute, as a suggestion.

    In Linux, learning the command line makes things a helluvalot easier (apt-get and editing text files...
  8. What I do in such a case is use a Puppy Linux...

    What I do in such a case is use a Puppy Linux LiveCD, which operates in RAM and mounts hdd (or does not) and allows files to be seen, if indeed this is possible. This will have to be burned...
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    From a strictly 'old school' perspective (and...

    From a strictly 'old school' perspective (and rubberman is included here), go to terminal or console and first try <sudo apt-get update> and then <sudo apt-get install synaptic chromium>. Should...
  10. Thread: Website help

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    [SOLVED] On your own, eh? In lieu of a hosting service...

    On your own, eh?
    In lieu of a hosting service that provides mobi, I searched and found this site in Silicon Valley that offers a "$159 for life" service that may or may not be worth the price but...
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    It would help us if we knew the specs of the...

    It would help us if we knew the specs of the older machine of which you speak.
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    You both have helped me (under various guises) in...

    You both have helped me (under various guises) in the past, so "Thanks! & Congratulations!"
  13. Thread: Hello

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    Did the same 20 years ago! Welcome!

    Did the same 20 years ago! Welcome!
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    Welcome to LF.org!

    Welcome to LF.org!
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    element OS...

    element OS made a home theatre pc easy and visually appealing, IMO
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    Two suggestions -- LinuxLite...

    Two suggestions -- LinuxLite and Rute
    Best wishes!
  17. Should the entire hard drive be encrypted, there...

    Should the entire hard drive be encrypted, there is no space on it as far as GRUB is able to 'see' it. And there is no internal hdd or ssd, you say.

    Hardware specs would be useful.

    I won't...
  18. Thread: How to proceed

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    You're kidding, right? In the case of...

    You're kidding, right?

    In the case of Slack-based distros using LILO, I simply write LILO to root of the distro bing installed, then let GRUB2 find it (with the command below).

    With another...
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    http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/newbie/206799-com...

    http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/newbie/206799-complete-newbie-wanting-advice-netbook-install.html
  20. Thread: WiFi adapter?

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    Check out alfa brand for dependable long range...

    Check out alfa brand for dependable long range USB adapters. Otherwise suggest going to monoprice.com and reading the fine print to find a good cheapo that works with Linux. The most popular ones...
  21. @ Steven_G: Hang in there, many here look...

    @ Steven_G:
    Hang in there, many here look forward to your threads.

    Yes, and now an excuse to take away our firearms parallel to the last one, which used fear, as well!
    It's like, "emasculate the...
  22. @ Steven_G: Hang in there, many here look...

    @ Steven_G:
    Hang in there, many here look forward to your threads.

    Yes, and now an excuse to take away our firearms parallel to the last one, which used fear, as well!
    It's like, "emasculate the...
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    Bukowski, Post Office & T. Jefferson Parker, The...

    Bukowski, Post Office & T. Jefferson Parker, The Renegades
  24. Thread: Hi All

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    Welcome! Enjoy!

    Welcome! Enjoy!
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    If that worried about viruses and malware, why...

    If that worried about viruses and malware, why not replace the hard drive?
    Puppy, either LiveUSB or LiveCD, won't touch your hard drive until you want to mount a partition (to retrieve files there...
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