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Richard Sims

Richard Sims

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    RE: Удаление Linux
    From google translate I got this: So complicated, so dull operatsyonnaya system that 2 hours I use it as a beginner can not even install adobe flash player, what kind of work it can be a question at all, even if in order to create one normal breakdown of disk need only be IT specialist . Therefore, Windows and Mac Oc leave her chances or do what suschestvovanie.http :/ / www.linux.com/media/com_ninjaboard/images/topic/32_alert.png Adobe flash is now back in the ubuntu software center, all you have to do is find it and press install. Also, I don't understand your reference to windows or mac.
    Link to this post 30 Jan

    From google translate I got this:

    So complicated, so dull operatsyonnaya system that 2 hours I use it as a beginner can not even install adobe flash player, what kind of work it can be a question at all, even if in order to create one normal breakdown of disk need only be IT specialist . Therefore, Windows and Mac Oc leave her chances or do what suschestvovanie.http :/ / www.linux.com/media/com_ninjaboard/images/topic/32_alert.png


    Adobe flash is now back in the ubuntu software center, all you have to do is find it and press install.

    Also, I don't understand your reference to windows or mac.

  • Richard Sims
    Enabling Multi-Arch in Debian 7.3 [SOLVED]
    I've looked at the guides and I simply don't understand what to do. I recently switched to Debian from Ubuntu for more stability and now I am in the process of changing debian to fit the parts of ubuntu that I liked however until I get this multi arch thing figured out I'm not able to do that. Was hoping for a step by step on how to do this, which I wasn't able to get out of the wiki. Thanks for the help! SOLUTION: in the terminal run: sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386 then sudo apt-get update
    Link to this post 29 Jan

    I've looked at the guides and I simply don't understand what to do. I recently switched to Debian from Ubuntu for more stability and now I am in the process of changing debian to fit the parts of ubuntu that I liked however until I get this multi arch thing figured out I'm not able to do that.

    Was hoping for a step by step on how to do this, which I wasn't able to get out of the wiki. Thanks for the help!


    SOLUTION: in the terminal run: sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386 then sudo apt-get update

  • Richard Sims
    Question, HP Z600 server workstation Crossfire X Ubuntu 12.04 64bit
    Hey everyone, currently I've switched to a HP Z600 server workstation Crossfire X Ubuntu 12.04 64bit with two Xeon intel processors 2.8 GHz quad core. As such I felt it needed to link my two graphics cards together via crossfire which I have not done before. I have a radeon hd 6770 and a hd 4850. Their connected but I can't seem to find a amd program that regulates or controls the two. Catalyst control ceneter just acknowledges the two, claiming one is disabled, why? Any ideas? I'm new to this but have had diffuclty finding out info via bing or google. Plus I havn't post here in a while, but with Steam being so Ubuntu friendly I've been able to finally make Ubuntu my primary OS. All help is welcomed thank you =)
    Link to this post 29 Sep 13

    Hey everyone, currently I've switched to a HP Z600 server workstation Crossfire X Ubuntu 12.04 64bit with two Xeon intel processors 2.8 GHz quad core. As such I felt it needed to link my two graphics cards together via crossfire which I have not done before. I have a radeon hd 6770 and a hd 4850.

    Their connected but I can't seem to find a amd program that regulates or controls the two. Catalyst control ceneter just acknowledges the two, claiming one is disabled, why?

    Any ideas? I'm new to this but have had diffuclty finding out info via bing or google. Plus I havn't post here in a while, but with Steam being so Ubuntu friendly I've been able to finally make Ubuntu my primary OS.

    All help is welcomed thank you =)

  • Richard Sims
    Steam for Ubuntu
    So I run Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, downloaded steam recently (it had some issues when it was new, at-least for me it did. Not only does it work great but some great titles have been made to work natively with Linux(Ubuntu specifically). Paradox has some good games, I bought one and it runs great (Crusader Kings 2 by Paradox). Left 4 Dead 2, Counter-Strike etc... I highly recommend checking it out if you haven’t in a while.
    Link to this post 23 Sep 13

    So I run Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, downloaded steam recently (it had some issues when it was new, at-least for me it did.

    Not only does it work great but some great titles have been made to work natively with Linux(Ubuntu specifically).

    Paradox has some good games, I bought one and it runs great (Crusader Kings 2 by Paradox). Left 4 Dead 2, Counter-Strike etc...

    I highly recommend checking it out if you haven’t in a while.

  • Richard Sims
    [Informational] Avast pushing linux anti-virus (Free for home use)
    I thought this was interesting since there isn't a lot in the ways of anti-virus on linux. Going to be trying it out myself, and let you know what I think after a while. If others try it out, please let me know. [url=http://www.avast.com/en-us/linux-home-edition]Avast! For Linux[/url]
    Link to this post 05 Jan 13

    I thought this was interesting since there isn't a lot in the ways of anti-virus on linux. Going to be trying it out myself, and let you know what I think after a while. If others try it out, please let me know.

    Avast! For Linux

  • Richard Sims
    Wireless issue with Ubuntu 12.04 no GUI
    This is a user issue I believe (myself), here is the situation: 1st issue: To have linux in the boot process not look for a wired connection due to it being a laptop and it taking an extra 60 seconds every time I boot for it to search for a connection it doesn't have. Of course, once it boots, I have internet. 2nd issue: To be able to use and connect to wireless networks without my gui by the easiest possible means. What's working: Ubuntu 12.04 has linux installed, and will boot in text mode instead of to the GUI just like I wanted, and I just use lightdm to start the GUI when wanted. Now I want to say that I have been googling these issues and trying to find a solution, but have yet to find one that seems to fit my exact issue since most people are inside the GUI, which for my works perfect. Appreciate any help guys, thanks.
    Link to this post 04 Jan 13

    This is a user issue I believe (myself), here is the situation:

    1st issue: To have linux in the boot process not look for a wired connection due to it being a laptop and it taking an extra 60 seconds every time I boot for it to search for a connection it doesn't have. Of course, once it boots, I have internet.

    2nd issue: To be able to use and connect to wireless networks without my gui by the easiest possible means.

    What's working: Ubuntu 12.04 has linux installed, and will boot in text mode instead of to the GUI just like I wanted, and I just use lightdm to start the GUI when wanted.

    Now I want to say that I have been googling these issues and trying to find a solution, but have yet to find one that seems to fit my exact issue since most people are inside the GUI, which for my works perfect.

    Appreciate any help guys, thanks.

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