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Comment: Helpful Command to Remove Ubuntu One (Score 1) 161

by mholve (#46639973) Attached to: Canonical Shutting Down Ubuntu One File Services

Remove all the Ubuntu One stuff installed by default:

apt-get remove deja-dup-backend-ubuntuone python-ubuntuone-client python-ubuntuone-control-panel python-ubuntuone-storageprotocol rhythmbox-ubuntuone ubuntuone-client ubuntuone-client-data ubuntuone-control-panel ubuntuone-control-panel-qt

And for good measure:

apt-get remove unity-scope-musicstores

Comment: Nonsense (Score 1) 54

by mholve (#46585881) Attached to: The Mystery of the 'Only Camera To Come Back From the Moon'

Like all Hasselblad V cameras, the rear features a detachable magazine, which in turns holds the film; either 120 or 70mm. An internal darkslide allows you to change magazines mid-roll if you wanted to (say if switching from color to black and white film or for changing to a slower/faster ISO film).

+ - Think You've Got GAS?-> 1

Submitted by Anonymous Coward
An anonymous reader writes: GAS (or Gear Acquisition Syndrome) is known to hit some photographers hard... But a photo-journalist from Mumbai has broken his own world record with a collection of antique cameras. The Guinness Book of World Records states that Dilish Parekh has collected 4,425 cameras, which has broken the previous record also held by Parekh.

Parekh announced his news on August 19th, World Photography Day. He admits to having a passion for antique cameras and has a wide range of makes and models, collected over the last 25 years. The collection of cameras includes some well-known makes, including Canon, Leica, Kodak, Nikon and Zeiss.

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+ - Think You've Got GAS?->

Submitted by Anonymous Coward
An anonymous reader writes: GAS (or Gear Acquisition Syndrome) affects many photographers... But generally not like a photo-journalist from Mumbai who has broken his own world record with a collection of antique cameras. The Guinness Book of World Records states that Dilish Parekh has collected 4,425 cameras, which has broken the previous record (also held by Parekh).

Parekh announced his news on August 19th, World Photography Day. He admits to having a passion for antique cameras and has a wide range of makes and models, collected over the last 25 years. The collection of cameras includes some well-known makes, including Canon, Leica, Kodak, Nikon and Zeiss.

Link to Original Source

+ - Think You've Got GAS?->

Submitted by Anonymous Coward
An anonymous reader writes: A photo-journalist from Mumbai has broken his own world record with a collection of antique cameras. The Guinness Book of World Records states that Dilish Parekh has collected 4,425 cameras, which has broken the previous record also held by Parekh.

His collection previously amounted to 2,634. Most of the cameras are antiques and he now officially holds the record for the largest collection.

Parekh announced his news on August 19th, World Photography Day. He admits to having a passion for antique cameras and has a wide range of makes and models, collected over the last 25 years. The collection of cameras includes some well-known makes, including Canon, Leica, Kodak, Nikon and Zeiss.

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