I think people hear "Humble Bundle" and just assume it's really "Humble Indie Bundle"....which this is not.
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Talent points(including those for pets, I imagine) were re-funded due to changes in the talent trees.
Might want to give Easy Peasy a shot.(Horrible name, I know.)
It's like being in a demolition derby..on the highway...uhhh...
That's a shame. Wish he'd done it for something other than vuze. Ah well, hopefully somebody more talented than I will implement it.
Any plans for a Deluge plugin?
It looks like you are new on the net, http isn't the only protocol!
Besides, you don't need a complete browser to do something like a get command.
This made me curious, so I fired up Windows 7 via VirtualBox. No 'get'. FTP command didn't seem to have info on how to connect, so I just tried ftp ftp.mozilla.org. After some issues, I realized that this wasn't quite correct. 'releases.mozilla.org' seemed to work...well, apart from not being able to do anything.
In my case, my wireless card is based on Broadcom(m?). Which has...issues. Once the driver was downloaded and installed, though, it worked just fine.
I agree, though. It'd be nice if they provided this detail upfront.
The only reason they need the RJ45 to get wireless working is because they need to download the drivers, can't ship them on CD.
If they didn't have to download them, I'm certain wireless would pop up right from the start.
ubuntu has a penchant for BREAKING things in the name of usability, and making a gazillion changes to debian so that must be no easy task to maintain. If you are going to use Debian (and thats what Ubuntu mainly is) then use the real one, one that doesn't have huge gaping bugs in things they ship as stable.
I must have missed something. What did Ubuntu break in the name of usability? What huge gaping bug did they ship?
What's wrong with the question "Why doesn't my orange taste like an apple?" If you want to taste an apple, eat an apple not an orange. I'm certain someone can come up with a car version of that.
and for that matter...who the heck sells equipment with Ubuntu pre-installed that doesn't check if the network card they use on the system is working by default?!?
How do they know they were Ubuntu users and not plain ol' trolls?