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Apr
15
comment Shutter is using big memory
@ElijahLynn Every OS does. It's not inefficient as long as developers optimise their applications properly :-)
Apr
12
comment Shutter is using big memory
@ElijahLynn Because when you log into your system, all applications are starting at the same time and using lots of memory. By first letting all the necessary applications like Unity and Nautilus start, and only when those have been started start launching applications like Shutter, the memory usage is divided ~eavenly. Look at it as 5 people who want to get through a door. They can either smash into each other trying to get through the door all at once, or form a line and walk through one by one.
Apr
9
accepted Streaming music to Marantz M-CR603
Apr
9
comment Streaming music to Marantz M-CR603
Doesn't look like I'm going to get a better answer that this :-)
Apr
4
comment Streaming music to Marantz M-CR603
Ok, thanks for the information. I'm going to leave this question open for a few more days, in case a better answer comes along (which I doubt is going to happen).
Apr
4
comment Streaming music to Marantz M-CR603
Is there a way to stream whatever is playing on the system over Icecast, though?
Apr
3
revised Streaming music to Marantz M-CR603
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Apr
3
asked Streaming music to Marantz M-CR603
Apr
2
comment How do I stream music to my AirTunes?
Yes, it seems like there really is no way to currently do this in Linux.
Apr
2
comment How do I stream music to my AirTunes?
None of these are working, unfortunately :/
Mar
4
accepted How do I get fan control working?
Mar
4
comment How do I get fan control working?
Only it seems something in the BIOS always sets it back to its previous value after a few seconds :P Anyway, even though it's a bit late, it's still the most helpful answer.
Feb
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Jan
27
awarded  Nice Question
Jan
17
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
14
comment wpa_supplicant ioctl[SIOCSIWENCODEEXT]: Invalid argument
@iSeth It's abandoned. I gave up on Ubuntu Server.
Dec
30
awarded  Good Answer
Dec
20
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Nov
12
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