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  1. I stated I needed to install a library and...

    I stated I needed to install a library and couldn't find the name of the library I needed. Somebody gave me the name of the library, I installed it, and it worked.

    Are you really being so pedantic...
  2. I've been using a different forum, and frankly...

    I've been using a different forum, and frankly was in doubt as to whether or not you warranted a response at all.

    I have told you precisely what resolved the problem. Multiple times. What do you...
  3. So this smarmy passive agressive response you...

    So this smarmy passive agressive response you gave initially, and having had the question already answered beforehand, is "Standard technical forums behavior" is it? Odd... You are the only one I've...
  4. I just told you the other two people who posted...

    I just told you the other two people who posted responses here gave me helpful answers... Do their posts not show up for you or something? Look, I'm done. You've been very unhelpful and frankly...
  5. Oh, I was talking about your response. The other...

    Oh, I was talking about your response. The other two were the ones that were helpful. The ones that actually tried to be.
  6. Well that was helpful... An HP Omen is a laptop...

    Well that was helpful... An HP Omen is a laptop and Cisco Packet Tracer is an application used in networking and routing and switching classes.

    I had one laptop break forcing me to work on a spare...
  7. I installed Cisco PacketTracer for school and broke something...

    I have an older Dell Latitude laptop that I was using Ubuntu on to familiarize myself with Linux and an HP Omen as my primary laptop for school. I ended up slipping on some ice and cracking the...
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    Windows viruses and such can't run on Linux under...

    Windows viruses and such can't run on Linux under normal circumstances, but they can run under WINE. They won't likely harm your Linux machine beyond possibly messing with your virtual drive your...
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    Virtualization hardware

    I've been toying with virtualization and remote desktop a bit and run into some complications...

    I have a Dell Optiplex 755 with an Intel Core 2 Quad Q9650 3ghz CPU and 4GB pc2-6400 RAM.

    Both...
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    Not entirely sure this is the right section.

    Okay, I am doing something you might find a bit odd.

    I have computer I am using as a server with Ubuntu Server installed. I am using an Intel Compute Stick (model: STCK1A8LFC) as the client to...
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    This might sound odd.

    Okay, so what I want to do is to replicate something like how old DOS systems worked. The purpose is to be able to show my kid kind of what it was like to use computers that only had a command line...
  12. Yea, I know the RAM speed isn't great, it is an...

    Yea, I know the RAM speed isn't great, it is an old machine after all, but I don't intend to be playing top of the line modern games on it or anything. Frankly I prefer older games to the polished...
  13. Sure, I have an Intel Core2 quad Q6950 3ghz CPU...

    Sure, I have an Intel Core2 quad Q6950 3ghz CPU and 4x 1GB sticks of DDR2 PC-6400 Ram currently installed.

    I have some 2GB sticks of RAM to swap out for which is why I listed 8GB initially, as...
  14. The intel compute sticks have intel HD graphics...

    The intel compute sticks have intel HD graphics built into their atom processor. As I understand it the server won't be doing any graphics processing, it will be forwarding the graphics data to be...
  15. Trying something a little ambitious for a newbie.

    Okay, here is what I've got. I want to do this for fun and learning.

    I have:
    1x Dell Optiplex 755 (4 cores 3ghz, 8gb RAM)
    4x Intel compute stick model: STCK1A8LFC (Ubuntu)
    1x Netgear router...
  16. Am I understanding this correctly? (ssh, x11, Ubuntu Server)

    Okay, I am a bit new to using ssh and server operating systems.

    I understand that ssh with x11 forwarding forwards all the graphical processes to the client so all graphical processing occurs on...
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    Could use a second opinion on something.

    I am dabbling with the use of a multiseat set up. It seems Multiseat isn't used very much so I have had a hard time finding information on it, and I have been finding a lot of people who have no idea...
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    Whatever flavor of Linux I try is still going to...

    Whatever flavor of Linux I try is still going to need to have those drivers added and a workaround included to install through the 32bit boot loader that the EUFI uses. That is why I am using the...
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    Not terribly much, but my question was not about...

    Not terribly much, but my question was not about the difference between Ubuntu and Lubuntu. My question was about a script. Now, do you have an answer pertaining to the script in question or not?
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    There are a few other reasons why I want Lubuntu...

    There are a few other reasons why I want Lubuntu instead of Ubuntu on the device in question.
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    In over my head...

    Okay, so I bought an Intel Compute Stick model: STCK1A8LFC and wanted to install Lubuntu on it to make better use of it's limited resources.

    Problem is the device needs proprietary drivers and a...
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    I have an SSD I want to last a long time.

    I have two Intel Compute sticks which have Ubuntu on them. They have internal solid state memory which the OS is installed to, but I want to make the internal memory be treated as read only to...
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    I did research, it turned up Puppy and Tiny Core,...

    I did research, it turned up Puppy and Tiny Core, both of which I felt overshot the mark and were meant for systems much less powerful than this. Hence why I came here, to look for a better fit.
    ...
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    Advice for selecting a distro.

    Hi, I have been using Ubuntu to play some older games through WINE on an old Dell Laptop so I have some experience with linux, but not very much.

    I am trying to get my hands on a very inexpensive...
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