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Wanting da famous #! crowds opinions on mounting /tmp to tmpfs ???view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Not overly sure about this whole issue myself. Was wondering about any opinions and insight the ladies/gents here might have about it. Seems that newer Debian is now opting to mount /tmp as a tmpfs (to RAM) by default. From what I understand 20% of installed RAM is available to /tmp + then whatever swap space for spill over. (HowTos)

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Is this a bug? (Collate + duplex printing = unexpected behaviour)view story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – Given the following facts: We have a document that consists of multiple pages We print multiple copies of it We print duplex (double-sided) We enable the option collate Under several Linux distro's I get the following result: First a stack of pages with page 1 on both sides. (HowTos)

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Does a single LACP channel over multiple switches increase redundancy?view story

http://serverfault.com – I am curious for opinions, findings, or evidence that having multiple interfaces bonded using LACP to ports in multiple switches can increase redundancy. (HowTos)

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[all variants] Tasks not on taskbar, or hacked?view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I've been having problems recently with the functionality of the taskbar. While researching it, I came across a post by etienoo, from just a few hours ago. The weird thing is that I am using Gnome and etienoo is using xfce. My problem is that the task bar stays empty. I have a task bar, but when I start a new application nothing appears on the taskbar showing that something is running. (Hardware)

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[solved]need vim adviceview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – So I want to learn vim, and since I'm using gentoo at the moment, I have to build vim before I can use it, and that means I get to select the build options. Here are the available flags:I am inclined to accept the defaults (the options in blue) and I might want the vimpager option, but I'd appreciate opinions from other vim users. (HowTos)

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[ubuntu] Small Serverview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I am posting this here as the other option is the server forum but that looks too technical for me. I am currently running a Web and FTP server on my QNAP TS-212 NAS. The server is used for general testing and uploads used by myself and a few friends. (Hardware)

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New screenshots of SolusOS 2view story

http://www.linuxandlife.com – SolusOS has recently gained a lot of attention among the Linux community and the developing team of SolusOS is working hard to keep its popularity. Here are some new screenshots of SolusOS 2, Alpha 5 version, that I found on the Google plus page of Ikey Doherty - founder of SolusOS: As I notice, there are some improvements here. (Distributions)

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General Samsung TecTiles For S3view story

http://androidforums.com – Ok So Samsung came out with Tectiles for the S3....Is a little sticker that can be program to do a task....Read below...anyways...I dont get it...explain it to me because Im tired and I just dont get it ...lol Read about it here Samsung TecTiles hands-on with Galaxy S III - SlashGear edit: heres a video edit 2: after watching the video I was wondering and thinking what can this be useful for... (General)

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Are Password Managers Really Worth It?view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Given the current spate of password thefts, I'm wondering, again, if I should use a password manager. I'm curious about opinions about them. Are they really secure? Every one I've looked at relies on a master password. That becomes your most important password, but it is also the only password you can't manage with the password manager. (Hardware)

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How much energy does internet data transfer consume? [closed]view story

http://serverfault.com – How much energy does transfering (let's say) a gigabyte on the same continent consume, over the internet ? I am asking because everything (media, data, processing) is moving on the cloud and I don't know how well does these transfers affect the environment in comparison with local storage/processing. Any opinions are welcomed (HowTos)