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Re: Android Mouse App (Ultimate Mouse Lite)

Postby Tool » Sun Jul 28, 2013 2:44 pm

Xanayoshi wrote:Well, why didn't you say so?!

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Re: Android Mouse App (Ultimate Mouse Lite)

Postby Xanayoshi » Sun Jul 28, 2013 2:48 pm

Mint for the most part is Ubuntu, don't let them fool you. 13=12.04, 14=12.10, 15=(Fill in the blank :lol: ) Yes, I know..there is a Debian...but you know what..just use Debian.
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Re: Android Mouse App (Ultimate Mouse Lite)

Postby Xanayoshi » Sun Jul 28, 2013 2:50 pm

Not that I have anything against Mint..but I thought it was hilarious when I installed Cinnamon on Linux Mint 13 KDE and I got ALL of Gnome AND Ubuntu(Unity)in my sessions.
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Re: Android Mouse App (Ultimate Mouse Lite)

Postby Tool » Sun Jul 28, 2013 3:08 pm

Xanayoshi wrote:Not that I have anything against Mint..but I thought it was hilarious when I installed Cinnamon on Linux Mint 13 KDE and I got ALL of Gnome AND Ubuntu(Unity)in my sessions.

Wasn't a fan of Debian either. Oh, by the way, I typed this out on my PC using Teamviewer. Haha, thanks. So much easier than the other apps and even does the Swype
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Re: Android Mouse App (Ultimate Mouse Lite)

Postby Xanayoshi » Sun Jul 28, 2013 4:46 pm

Off-Topic :
You might be surprised how your tastes can change with steady use. Debian, Arch, Gentoo, and even Opensuse, can be a bit to handle when first starting. True many many users will never elevate beyond a certain point, but those that do often find it more rewarding to have complete and total control over their systems. You can learn more using #! for a week than you could using Ubuntu for a year. A lot of it has to do with where your interests lie. This is why it is a good idea to largely ignore favoritism and be wary of those that are fanatical. We all do it, but it is always good to keep your eyes open.
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Re: Android Mouse App (Ultimate Mouse Lite)

Postby Tool » Sun Jul 28, 2013 5:23 pm

Xanayoshi wrote:
Off-Topic :
You might be surprised how your tastes can change with steady use. Debian, Arch, Gentoo, and even Opensuse, can be a bit to handle when first starting. True many many users will never elevate beyond a certain point, but those that do often find it more rewarding to have complete and total control over their systems. You can learn more using #! for a week than you could using Ubuntu for a year. A lot of it has to do with where your interests lie. This is why it is a good idea to largely ignore favoritism and be wary of those that are fanatical. We all do it, but it is always good to keep your eyes open.

I have never tried the last 3, but Debian was a pain to install and was having major sound issues. Screeching, popping, etc
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Re: Android Mouse App (Ultimate Mouse Lite)

Postby ryanvade » Sun Jul 28, 2013 7:57 pm

Tool wrote:
Xanayoshi wrote:
Off-Topic :
You might be surprised how your tastes can change with steady use. Debian, Arch, Gentoo, and even Opensuse, can be a bit to handle when first starting. True many many users will never elevate beyond a certain point, but those that do often find it more rewarding to have complete and total control over their systems. You can learn more using #! for a week than you could using Ubuntu for a year. A lot of it has to do with where your interests lie. This is why it is a good idea to largely ignore favoritism and be wary of those that are fanatical. We all do it, but it is always good to keep your eyes open.

I have never tried the last 3, but Debian was a pain to install and was having major sound issues. Screeching, popping, etc

If Debian was a pain to install, Arch, Gentoo, and Opensuse will not be nice to you.
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Re: Android Mouse App (Ultimate Mouse Lite)

Postby Tool » Sun Jul 28, 2013 9:36 pm

ryanvade wrote:
Tool wrote:
Xanayoshi wrote:
Off-Topic :
You might be surprised how your tastes can change with steady use. Debian, Arch, Gentoo, and even Opensuse, can be a bit to handle when first starting. True many many users will never elevate beyond a certain point, but those that do often find it more rewarding to have complete and total control over their systems. You can learn more using #! for a week than you could using Ubuntu for a year. A lot of it has to do with where your interests lie. This is why it is a good idea to largely ignore favoritism and be wary of those that are fanatical. We all do it, but it is always good to keep your eyes open.

I have never tried the last 3, but Debian was a pain to install and was having major sound issues. Screeching, popping, etc

If Debian was a pain to install, Arch, Gentoo, and Opensuse will not be nice to you.

I bet. I looked at Arch once and it kinda scared me off due to the initial setup. LOL The issue I had with the Debian was installing Grub. In the menu it had different options on how to install including different desktop environments. I had to choose a certain way to get success for the beginning choice for install. I couldn't even get it to go on my one PC even after install. I'm pretty happy with Ultimate Edition though and eventually will try some different flavors at some point, but for now I'm pretty happy with the 3.4 lite on 1 and 3.5 on the other with the Kde backports. I will admit I didn't really like the 3.5 at first, but after the theme change along with Kde upgrades, it's awesome. I don't really have enough of a need to use something else such as Arch. I basically just use the web, movies, music, Android, games and sometimes other random stuff. I'm still hoping to get a N64 emulator up and running though. I have 3.0 Gamers, but held off on the install cause I couldn't do the mdadm with that and that's how I wanted the setup. I have a laptop drive and a USB 2.0 case for it, so I might try to install on that now that I have it. Thanks guys and that Teamviewer is awesome. :D
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Re: Android Mouse App (Ultimate Mouse Lite)

Postby Xanayoshi » Mon Jul 29, 2013 12:04 am

I'm going too far off topic, I have to find that post.
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Re: Android Mouse App (Ultimate Mouse Lite)

Postby Xanayoshi » Mon Jul 29, 2013 1:03 am

Off-Topic :
It was offtopic on the other topic, lol..sigh..ok

Yeah..Mupen64plus and Ultimate Edition 3.5 don't get along when it comes to front-ends and cutemupen doesn't want to work for my resolution on 3.4 lite but I had already grabbed this

http://sourceforge.net/projects/m64py/?source=dlp

anyways.

So grab that.

So in Ultimate Edition 3.4 lite....

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sudo apt-get install mupen64plus


Now open gdebi package installer located in Applications-->System Tools and use it to open the deb you just downloaded and Install.

That should do it.

It will be located in Applications-->Games

Of note...It doesn't like changing view so much when you are running the ROM, so you need to do this beforehand.

itsmemario.png


Remember, you should be able to open the file with mupen64plus directly in 3.5 still, but in 3.4 lite at least you have a front-end.
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