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  2. burninbush

    Linux Mint 20.2

    ++++++++++++ DVDFab -- the old one I use -- makes a dvd that looks exactly like a commercial movie dvd; same directory structure without the FBI warning and extra trash. It isn't an mp4 or an iso file. Stick it in a player and it starts immediately. I use the old version because the company that makes it went very commercial with all the following versions. It currently comes from China, though the old one I use was (maybe) the last one when they were a US company. FWIW, it beats any protection except Cinavia. I'm not stealing anything, I copy an original dvd on
  3. Yesterday
  4. crp

    Possible request

    wow, to me that star / circle is very subtle , didn't realize they were not the 'same' thing. how do people using phones tell the difference?
  5. Microsoft released an out-of-band non-security quality improvement update described as follows: Quote Update: This out-of-band update can only be obtained from the standalone package at the Microsoft Update Catalog website.
  6. Corrine

    Microsoft Edge Preview Builds

    Dev channel update to 93.0.961.2 is live Added features: Added an allow list to media autoplay settings. Added the ability to un-ignore password health alerts for a particular website. Combined the Settings pages for Start, Home, and New Tab pages. Enabled the new Share experience by default.
  7. securitybreach

    Linux Mint 20.2

    You all and your graphical apps... Where is the terminal love?
  8. V.T. Eric Layton

    Possible request

    Contributed also includes clicking the "Like" button on the lower right side of a post, I believe. > If there are new posts in a thread to which you haven't contributed you will see a blue circle. And yes to this. I forgot to mention the blue circles in my replies above.
  9. Hedon James

    Linux Mint 20.2

    Agree with Ray on all accounts here. What are you trying to accomplish with DVDFab? Are you ripping movies to ISO or mp4? Or are you creating movies/vids from other sources/clips? I would never presume to question someone else's choice of software, as I assume you chose what you chose for good reasons. But with that said, maybe the reason is simply because you're familiar with DVDFab and aren't aware of linux alternatives? Speaking only for myself, I learned that it wasn't worth the hassle to mess with Wine, Winetricks, and the gyrations to keep a Windows program go
  10. raymac46

    Linux Mint 20.2

    I like Cinnamon, but it isn't head and shoulders above other desktops to the point where I'd choose it on any distro. That said, I think LM does a better job with Cinnamon than anyone else so I use it there. I really don't know why LM chose Xed instead of Gedit but I have found it works OK. It may have something to do with the fact that LM continues to use Xorg and has not migrated to Wayland.
  11. sunrat

    Possible request

    I think a filled-in dark star means you have contributed and there are new posts in that thread. If there are new posts in a thread to which you haven't contributed you will see a blue circle.
  12. Dammit @abarbarian, I was just thinking about making a food-related joke but you beat me to it!
  13. securitybreach

    Game on Linux

    Cool. I finished the first one many years ago, American McGee's Alice. I remember it being a fun game with a cool take on Alice in Wonderland but that was like 20 years ago.
  14. abarbarian

    Game on Linux

    Alice: Madness Returns You will not find this on Steam. What happened to Alice: Madness Returns? However there is one copy for sale, Alice: Madness Returns (PC DVD) but it is much cheaper on the Origin site. Here kitty kitty, what a luverly pussy cat. I am running a Arch os with all the latest updates.I have the Steam version of this which I bought it when it was available on Steam. I just reinstalled it and used Proton 6.35 and it runs very well indeed with no
  15. abarbarian

    Sysmon for Linux

    Not really . MS are trying to emulate some of the best computer software on the planet.
  16. Takeaways and currants with Lemon Duck is this a fast food thread ?
  17. crp

    Possible request

    uhm, are you sure about that? When I hover over a filled in star the minipopup says "go to first unread post". Unless by "participated" you mean read a post and not just wrote a post.
  18. saturnian

    Linux Mint 20.2

    I tested the live session on another computer, my slowest laptop. LM 20.2 Cinnamon is a pleasure to use. Its live session is as good as anything I've seen out there. They went with xed for the default text editor. I wonder why I don't see xed in the Debian repos. Or in the Ubuntu repos. The Arch repos have it, so I installed it there. I use Geany, but from what I'm seeing, I might be just as happy with xed. Debian Bullseye's repos have cinnamon 4.8.3, I think, compared to 5.0.4 in LM 20.2. I might wanna take a look at Cinnamon in Debian, sometime. Sweet file manager (Ne
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  20. securitybreach

    Firefox - Pipe ERROR - Parent 13296

    Nice find
  21. The takeaway? Keep your OS current!
  22. https://thehackernews.com/2021/07/microsoft-warns-of-lemonduck-malware.html
  23. saturnian

    Linux Mint 20.2

    I'm testing out Linux Mint 20.2 Cinnamon in a live session from a flash drive. Very nice. I enabled Expo. Also added the workspace switcher applet to the panel. I'm experimenting with a left-side panel, but haven't gotten it to look like I want. Out of the box, the live session looks like it would be great for anybody to get up and running with -- experienced user or "newbie".
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