I've been trying to get Copy.com's app to work on a 32bit Linux OS machine and was wondering if anyone else has had success? I've been able to get it to work on several distro but unsuccessful, I'm not sure entirely if its some compatibility with my machines hardware or otherwise.
For over a year now I have been trying to get PulseAudio working in Ubuntu, but I have never quite gotten it to work. The worst thing about it is that it is working sometimes... but way to often there are conflicts, and almost all of the tiems it is my softphone client (twinkle) that is complaining about units or resources being occupied.
I want to express my gratitude. This is a great distro, from the best at what I was working (ubuntu, debian, slackware, red hat) Perfect minimalist design, not bulky KDE and the latest versions of Gnome. There is only what you need it to work, nothing more. Let the hardware resources are not working at the interface. Excellent! Amazing! Awesome!
I have been able to take some old computers, throw some pieces together, and make a nice working machine. The purpose i have in mind for this machine is to install Halo 1 PC on it so i can add it to the group i have to host LAN parties.
My issue is what the best OS is to do this with is?
My laptop is older but I have been using Windows XP SP3 for over a year now and was playing the game League of Legends everyday for hours just fine. I am hoping to find a suitable Linux distro for my hardware.