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Noah, I saw you at SELF but you were very busy. I'm glad to see the result of such hard work, keep it up.
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I'm told OwnCloud has much improved the data loss issues. Should I give it another go?
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Use a pinch of salt at the point of your tongue to have enough saliva (it is a singer trick) so you can speak better as fast as you do it.
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I seem to be collecting more friends on G+...I may have to try to pry myself from Facebook and onto G+
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About diablo under wine

https://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=version&iId=3498
https://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=version&iId=25602
https://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=version&iId=29952

I: Siver II: Platinum III: Gold

As you use Ubuntu with Unity for your customers, you can setup with multisystem or yumi a persistent LiveISO install at any pendrive with some of the wine games preinstalled, and show them without any installation more or less how their games - or any other MS WOS software they use - would perform under wine.

As most of the laptops have intel GPUs it would work great, but for those exceptions you can setup the proprietary drivers for Nvidia at other pendrive, and never recommend to switch to GNU/Linux until they do not improve their drivers to any AMD GPU user under MS WOS
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Hi,

Can someone plug in a set of headphone and roll the plug (forwards and backwards) and tell me if that causes the sound to drop out of the headphones and back to the computer? I'm trying to determine if this is "normal" behavior.
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+Beran Young I'm really sorry to hear that! Hopefully as Chromebooks become more prolific there will be repair shops that will start fixing these things for those that purchased them second hand.
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Anker is launching PowerHouse......and equips you with the latest tech for free! Click here to learn more.
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Is it a radio or an extended battery, or both?
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I know that I have been called an Apple Hater in the past and wanted to explain the main reason why I hate Apple devices. It all comes down to the principle of "Who actually owns your device?". Allow me to explain.

First, If I own my device, I should be able to purchase any standard MicroUSB cable and use it rather then purchasing $30.00-$40.00 proprietary cables from Apple. I know knockoff lighting cables do exist but should I really need to use them?

I have no problems with Google and Apple policing and disallowing certain applications in their respective Application Catalogs. Android, unlike iOS allows users to obtain Android Applications from other sources such as directly from the developer and install them without the need to Jailbreak your phone/tablet. Hell, with Android, you can even have a choice of Application Stores (Google Play, Amazon, etc).

Lets think of this like a laptop/desktop computer. Would you pay $500-$999 for a laptop that you could not install your choice of applications on? Who really owns this laptop, you or the manufacturer?

Sorry, I am not spending any money for devices that I have to go through additional hoops to actually assume ownership of my new expensive purchase.

Apple bans several applications that compete against their own internal applications. An example of this is the WebBrowser, in which developers are FORCED to use the WebKit Engine. ALL Web Browsers on the Apple store including Chrome and Opera are little more then a re-skinned version of Safari with some added features. FireFox for example uses the Gecko Engine and Chrome's normal engine on all other platforms is known as "Blink"

Apple further locks down several features of their devices such as NFC for no real reason except keeping it exclusive to ApplePay. In Android's case, NFC is open and free for every application to use for various purposes. There are also competing mobile wallets such as SoftCard (Formally ISIS). Again, if you indeed own your iPhone, why cant you choose your mobile wallet and use the NFC for things like;
-Exchanging business cards
-Sharing WiFi details
-Home Automation
And a whole lot more


Note : I do not support downloading pirated Android Applications to sideload on your device. There are several applications that Google either does not want to host on the App store (such as penetration testing tools). There are also developers who would rather not distribute their applications in the Google Play Store and use services like the HumbleBundle/Indie Bundle.
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Do you know why the Apple logo is a bitten apple? Because they will never give you the whole apple. In every Apple product there is always a peace of the apple missing. Always. 
The only Apple device that I own is a Macbook Air. Its a phenomenal and reliable hardware machine and luckily I have not ran into a problem not to be able to install an "unsigned" app from apple. Lately I'm even considering installing Fedora on it.  Their phones on the other side are still locked in their "super universe". It's all about the $$$. They care less for the consumer.
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Are you related to Ethan James Chelliah? Or Chris Chelliah?
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Yeah, looks like msata
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I've always been positive about Google Glass. I understand and accept that it is a product in development. XE16 is the straw that broke the camel's back for me. Here's what we got with the latest update...

1. I can no longer do Hangouts which didn't work all that well to begin with but in a pinch at least the option was there.

2. No more song ID...I used this feature constantly and now it's gone. I can understand (even if I don't like it) why Google removed a feature like Hangouts that didn't work very well, but song ID worked PERFECTLY!

3. If you take more than three pictures in a row the device freezes.

4. I just learned that now randomly some of the units are bricking.

What works better you ask?

Well the volume got a bit louder.

In typical Glass fashion the update is pushed down and you have no option not to upgrade which I DO understand but XE16.1 illustrates perfectly WHY this is a bad idea. Let a few people test the waters before pushing it out to everyone.

Google...you make a great product, and your support has been second to none. Do something and do something fast because I consider myself relatively understanding when it comes to this stuff and right now I don't understand.
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Greetings!

My pixel is running 13.10 but every other suspend cycle it restarts. After some quick Googling it appears that this is a TPM issue but has been "solved" for sometime yet even with the latest updates I still have this issue. Any advice?
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Fedora 20 had 3.12 same problem
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An unrepentant Linux / Open Source enthusiast working every day to convert people from propitiatory software one person at at time.
Introduction
I currently work for an innovative company in the Grand Forks area. At Altispeed we utilize open source software to provide creative solutions to customers without sacrificing quality. A drummer at heart I enjoy most musical instruments. I'm a certified firearms instructor and enjoy making it out to the range whenever possible.
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RHCSA, CCENT, FCC General Ham.
Education
  • Red River High School
    2002 - 2006
  • University of North Dakota
    Communications, 2006 - 2010
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Lead Support Technician
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Networking, Hardware Repair, Operating Systems,
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  • Altispeed
    Lead Support Technician, 2009 - present
    Responsible for commercial system support, enterprise server deployment and support, and occasional software development when the dev's get too busy.
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