Dell XPS 13 Developer Edition review
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 13, 2013
In case anyone's looking for a review of the XPS 13 Developer Edition, here's mine: http://randomtristan.blogspot.com/20...developer.html
gazelle professional review
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 13, 2013
I received mine on January 4th 2013. Since then I've had 2 minor problems:
1. Being forced into ubuntu (I do not like the recent trend of preinstalled amazon ads). When you do a little research, you find that if you don't run this machine with a modern linux kernel, you might get system crashes. Ever since I've been running ubuntu 12.10, though, I have experienced no crashes.
2. When placed on a flat surface, the laptop is uneven. One leg appears to be too short. I bring a few flashcards around. Oh well.
I carry this laptop around in my backpack all the time as I walk and bike. I tend to treat it well. As of this point I don't have any big complaints. It was a well priced machine which serves me as a portable workstation/desktop.
I want to respond to this guy's review:
Body: You can see the design on their website. I've never been hurt by holding this computer.
Screen: I agree: the screen casing is a bit flimsy.
Pending review for 3 months
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 23, 2012
I have submitted my first app in the Ubuntu Software Center on 2012-09-30. My app has been in the state of "Pending review" for nearly 3 months now. Is this period of time normal for an app to be approved?
Cant delete a review in Ubuntu Software Center
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 15, 2012
Hello, I am having a problem and I want to delete a review at the Ubuntu Software Center.
I formated my PC sometime, and put only windows, and right now I just got ubuntu again and I want to delete a review I had made in a program.
I login normally to my account with my email and password, then trying to find the delete button and I can find none, let alone that It does not say
"xxxx xxxx (that's you) "
But it is like
And there is even a button for agreeing or disagreeing with this review and so on. Ok, you will think that I am using a different account, but the problem is that when I try right now to write a new review, I can see that the name in the review I want to delete , and the name I have on this account is exactly the same! Is it possible to have in two different accounts the same name? so there are two guys called like John Klark ?
If there is that possibility, any way t
Lubuntu 13.10 beta 1 installation review
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 19, 2013
After sticking with 10.10 long beyond its EOL I finally decided to try the latest and greatest Ubuntu. Due to a low memory (for these days!) system I decided to give Lubuntu 13.10 beta 1 a spin.
There were three major problems I encountered during installation.
Just after selecting the language in the installer a welcome windows appears and tells me that I need at least 4.7 Gb disk space to install Lubuntu and also need a working Net connection. As I have disk space that field is 'ticked' while the row indicating whether a Net connection is up is marked with a 'cross.'
Now I have a DSL connection and obviously the installer has no idea of the username/password to establish the dial-up, and hence no connection. But the unhelpful thing here is that the installer does nothing after telling me of that. Ideally the Network connections window (or wizard) should appear and it should ask the person if they want to configure a Net connection. After making it sound as if a Net con
how to give an anonymous review in ubuntu software center
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 8, 2012
My (non-essential) issue is this: I would like to step out and write a review for a few of the apps I've been using in Ubuntu Software Center. However, I don't want Canonical to publish my full name, which is listed when I click the review link. Is there some way that I can change the name that shows up here?
Thanks in advance,
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 6, 2012
I use the following script to configure IPTABLES on my home server. The server has two NICs, eth0 for the INTERNAL network and eth1 for the WAN network (connected to my cable modem). NAT translation is working perfect, so far no problems!! However, when run the "sudo iptables -L" command, I see something strange. please see the contents of the 2nd code tag below. As you can see the default behaviour for the input chain is to DROP everything. But what does the red colored line tell me? Accept everything on all protocolls on all sources for every destination??? This doesn't look okay to me, is it? And my second question: do you guys have any more suggestions? Is my server (and the clients on the internal network connecting through it) safe with this iptables rule set?
echo "Clear old firewall rules..."
iptables --flush FORWARD
iptables --flush INPUT
iptables --flush OUTPUT
iptables --table nat --flush
Game Review Thread?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 29, 2005
How about a thread for game reviews?
Anyone up for it? (I'd start it off right now, but I'm at work...
Complete Ubuntu 7.10 (Gutsy) review
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 26, 2007
For all fans of this user friendly distro, I would like to share my review of Ubuntu 7.10 (Gutsy). Any opinions are acceptable.
Ultra X Linux Review: Ubuntu With A Faster Kernel
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 28, 2009
Ultra X Linux is a new Linux distribution built on the solid structure of Ubuntu. It is powered by a modified kernel which delivers a better performance than Ubuntu itself.
An interesting addition is represented by the tmpclear feature – an innovative way to automatically solve issues related with X0-lock errors determined by incorrect installation of certain drivers when you deploy Ubuntu.
The Linux kernel version used is 2.6.24-16.30 and the results of Ubuntu tuning are reflected in a faster speed and an extended support for a larger variety of applications. Ultra X Linux is shipped with an unique GNOME desktop out of the box, but tweaks for KDE support can also be performed.
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