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  1. Thread: More on Linux

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    I believe it is only the DVD iso....

    I believe it is only the DVD iso. 3.(something)GB. I never looked too much into it, due to it being DVD iso, but I did try to setup 9.2 via the network intaller. Very slow and time consuming, so it...
  2. Thread: More on Linux

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    More on Linux

    After a little bit of research I noticed that SuSE offers 9.2 via network installation, and any information regarding the success of, or failure, of would be greatly appreciated.

    It would seem...
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    For the most part Real Player is good, personally...

    For the most part Real Player is good, personally I would just like to have a media player that does it all. Perhaps this is just a dream. :D

    Maybe oneday Real Player will have support for...
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    Thanks major_small, that was just the insight I...

    Thanks major_small, that was just the insight I was looking for. :)

    It would be nice to have a good quality media player that does it all. Just one ... please just one.... ;)
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    Thanks. :) When it comes to linux Kaffeine...

    Thanks. :)

    When it comes to linux Kaffeine and Totem are really nice media players. My son got me into watching Invader Zim and I thoroughly enjoyed it on those players. :) Zim is a nut. ...
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    Before I change my media player I just want to...

    Before I change my media player I just want to know something. Does Real Alternative play as well as real player and is it really worth switching over? I see that there is quick alternative, does...
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    Hey guys lets not quibble about the differences....

    Hey guys lets not quibble about the differences. It would be easier to just admitt that they are two different worlds. :)
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    I totally agree with you on that, but I have used...

    I totally agree with you on that, but I have used linux for some time now and I find it very hard to choose, for lack of a better word, between the two. The pros and cons of GUI. :D

    For an...
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    Back from the depths of Linux

    For the last few weeks I have been engolfed with linux. Right up to my ears. ;) What a journey that was.

    Even though linux is very nice, and powerful, I still enjoy the simplicity of windows....
  10. Wow.. that was great.. :D Now I truly know...

    Wow.. that was great.. :D Now I truly know that I am not alone.
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    KDE looks good and the whole Cygwin package is...

    KDE looks good and the whole Cygwin package is pleasing. One issue that I am having is, what is the root password? During the installation nothing was indicated to enter a password. To apply some...
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    I just have to say that after looking into the...

    I just have to say that after looking into the site, and installing CygWin, is Coooollllll... :cool: OpenBox looks really nice managed by windows.

    At the moment KDE 3.1.4 is being installed.
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    Thanks Scribber :) That information is most...

    Thanks Scribber :) That information is most helpful, and I will check into that right away.

    This board is so good for support and helpful hints. Thank-you all. :)
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    Yesterday I installed CygWin and CygWin/X. It...

    Yesterday I installed CygWin and CygWin/X. It looks pretty good, and considering the positive input, it should be an interesting adventure. :)

    I could not help but notice on the CygWin/X site...
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    CygWin Project ?

    Just a simple info gathering to help with decision making. :)

    What do you guys think about CygWin ? Would this be a way of simplifying the use of linux on a windows system, does it lack power,...
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    Thanks guys for the replys. ;) Blackbox is a...

    Thanks guys for the replys. ;)

    Blackbox is a good window manager and currently my debian HDD is using KDE 3.3.2. Very nice. :D

    Since my linux HDD is 4GB and wanting to save space, but not...
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    Windows Manager

    After running Debian for a while I got to wondering, which window manager would offer the best and quickest performance? The first GUI I used was Gnome 2.8 and that was a good experience, but it...
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    Thank-you very much Exile :D Your help has made...

    Thank-you very much Exile :D Your help has made it possible. All I had to do was add the -mwindows switch to the makefile compile line.

    I am not sure why it has to be there, but it works. I...
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    Thanks for the quick reply. :) Now... ...

    Thanks for the quick reply. :)

    Now... since my system is running Debian 3.1, I used synaptic to install the mingw32 packages, however it would seem that the gcc compiler does not want to...
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    After reading this post I decided to install the...

    After reading this post I decided to install the mingw32 packages. The test HelloWorld.c MessageBox workded well, but I cannot seem to build a basic window. The linking process spits out:
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    I know this might be a little off track, but I...

    I know this might be a little off track, but I have had success compiling windows applications using wine with hutch's MASM package. The QuickEditor worked fairly well. One issue was the linking,...
  22. Thread: Debian 3.1

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    I forgot about that OS, and I would have to...

    I forgot about that OS, and I would have to agree. I believe that I have Windows NT 3.51 on CD somewhere in my mysterious stack of software. :D
  23. Thread: Debian 3.1

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    Everyone is definately entitled to there opinion....

    Everyone is definately entitled to there opinion. ;) Personally I just really enjoy linux. Windows is nice, but it seems to me that linux has much more power, but a persion must know a lot about...
  24. Thread: Debian 3.1

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    Debian 3.1

    Running Debian 3.1 now... :cool: Love it, love it, love it. This distro is so much better that SuSE, and the price is non comparible. :D

    Once my system is configured comfortably I will engage...
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    Thanks Kleid-0 :) I understand the importance and...

    Thanks Kleid-0 :) I understand the importance and reasons for defragmenting, but what I was hoping for was an explanation of the different defragment software. As ober indicated in his post:

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