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Hey, it's me again. I have noticed that my previous post was removed from the community, and I'm not sure if it was because my problem is solved, or if I posted that in the wrong place. If it's because I posted in the wrong place, I apologize for posting there again. But that put aside, I'm having problems with Ubuntu on my desktop. It's not the resolution, but this time, Ubuntu seems to gradually slow down and eventually it gives up and just freezes up completely, unable to be recovered. The system getting slowed down is not affected by anything, and the freezes happen either completely randomly, or when trying to do a more resource heavy operation (like installing programs). This also happens in all versions of Ubuntu, and different distributions as well. My 2 suspicions are that first, I'm running it in live mode, which basically loads up the system into the memory, and the memory just can't keep up (currently using a single 2GB DDR2 stick clocked @800MHz), and second, I'm also using the ACPI=off feature, because no Linux distro will run otherwise on my PC. Every bit of help counts! If you need more info, just ask.

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Conference confirmed: Hans-Georg Hauser & Max Kristen
Conference confirmed:

Hans-Georg Hauser & Max Kristen

Title: How big is Open Source in Industrial Automation?

Summary: Industrial PLCs. What the state of Industrial Automation is, in respect to hardware and software openness.

Working in the field of industrial automation and Free Software enthusiast.


#UbuConEurope #UbuConEurope2018 #UbuConEuropeXixón #Ubuntu
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this shows how to launch GTK Inspector. it is now new, but i realized that many people dont know about it, so i share here!

https://youtu.be/pVsh8cbwhTY

typically is a tool for GTK developers, but it can be useful to anyone. for example if you want to change a theme specifically for a single GTK App, because some themes are broken per app

also you can see lots of useful information like the GL or Vulkan drivers extensions, and Inspector on GTK 4.0 displays some more info, plus it has a cool recorder!

same way you launch GTK 3.0 Inspector, you launch the GTK 4.0 Inspector on GTK 4.0 apps. that i know only one! Corebird, and i have screencast that too, if you wanna watch!

https://youtu.be/VFY8wa3oz_g

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Hey all,
a folder named **RECURSION DETECTED** appeared in my home directory. Did this happen to any of you before?
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hey! if you have Ubuntu 18.04 you can try Usage 3.28 app! it is on repos!
https://youtu.be/dqFKp5_9YGY

sudo apt install gnome-usage

it is a core GNOME app, that at some point it will "replace" GNOME System Monitor, and it is very well made! ..but it misses lots of things, so dont freak out :p

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Time for a Canonical headquarter in Berlin!

German government now willing to address that nasty "Microsoft problem" - after Lehman Brothers / S&P's fraud, #Dieselgate, permanent fines against Deutsche Bank, other european banks ... hundreds of billions now ... FYI: These TV channels below are german government - owned.
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Updated app on snap SmallTextPad
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