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Nov
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comment Why can't Ubuntu access my Raspberry Pi across LAN?
@Prarobo nope, no DNS involved at all.
Nov
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Nov
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Oct
15
comment What's the difference between Google Chrome and/or Chromium? What are the advantages/disadvantages to each?
Chromium may lack the built-in Flash/PDF, but since they run off NPAPI, if you extract them from Chrome, Chromium will happily use them after a bit of configuring. (On Windows, this doesn't matter a whole lot, but while Flash is stopping their Linux builds at 11.2, Google managed to convince Adobe to package updated versions with Chrome.) Anway, it's not a huge point, but I thought it worth noting since none of the answers mentioned it.
Oct
14
accepted Is there a way to distribute Wi-Fi load across multiple adapters?
Oct
14
revised Is there a way to distribute Wi-Fi load across multiple adapters?
Just found out our connection is 6 Mbit. This makes the wireless adapters seem even wore pathetic.
Oct
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Oct
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Aug
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Aug
10
comment How to minimize PyBitmessage to the system tray?
Thanks! I thought I must have been doing something wrong; I didn't think to check the taskbar icon itself -_-
Aug
10
accepted How to minimize PyBitmessage to the system tray?
Aug
10
comment Why can't Ubuntu access my Raspberry Pi across LAN?
@FreudianSlip No.. Both devices have a static IP.
Aug
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revised Installation Length
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Aug
1
revised Firefox “clone” for Ubuntu
Changed my avatar
Jul
31
asked Is there a way to distribute Wi-Fi load across multiple adapters?
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Jul
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comment Chrome shows two icons in Unity Launcher
Good idea, but.. didn't work. Found this while Googling...
Jun
18
comment What UBUNTU iso do I use for my Old Powerbook G4 Mac, 17 " 1.33 with Radeon
Firefox isn't supported? What? Try opening the terminal and typing sudo apt-get install firefox. If it's not available for PowerPC in the standard repos, though, then changing *buntu derivatives is not going to fix that. If you're feeling up to the task, you can try Googling "compile firefox debian", the second result (from HowtoForge) is rather useful...