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Linux Support / Re: where are the bookmarks?
January 15, 2012, 10:45:27 PM

This is the location on my Crunchbang insallation:

I expect Chrome would have the same location

To see it you have to enable  view of hidden files

I am no expert in this but if you have not tried it before then you could look at
GParted http://gparted.sourceforge.net/liveusb.php
and check if the boot flag is set on the HDD

You could try  Clonezilla http://clonezilla.org/
In the past I have used (Clonezilla Live) a few times and had no problems

You can also look at Partimage http://www.partimage.org/ although never used it
News and Events / Re: Mint 12 Lisa released
December 24, 2011, 12:17:07 PM
Mark, I can see what you mean however as it is a festive season
it might be worth trying the Mint and Cinnamon cake...
News and Events / Re: Mint 12 Lisa released
December 23, 2011, 09:35:34 PM
Any more news on MATE?
Interesting new development at Mint: Cinnamon http://forums.linuxmint.com/viewtopic.php?f=205&t=89411&start=0
It looks like they have forked the shell of Gnome 3 to give a Gnome 2 appearance.
Can't wait to see how this pans out.
OK, Had a quick look on that link and found precisely 12 linux OS By HP and 3 off Apple OS X
out of 129, the rest was Windows (with In stock disabled)

I agree with the need for the education to be educated in respect of other Operating Systems.
Some   have already taken steps to try to break the vendor lock in.
News and Events / Re: Mint 12 Lisa released
November 27, 2011, 05:49:02 PM
I was running LMDE happily on my main machine when a recent update brought all the Gnome 3 goodness.
On next reboot I was greeted by a Gnome 3 Shell desktop. Needless to say that it did not last long
as I switched to the XFCE version.

I am looking forward to your update as I am curious to see how this compromise will work out.
I have a Celeron 400 (originally came with win98) which I have been using as
a headless server for the last 3 years, now running Ubuntu server edition 10.04 Lts

File Server (samba)
Music straming (mediatomb)
Proxy (squid)
DNS + DHCP (dnsmasq)
Local only web server for testing (apache)

Got the idea from LXF102 back in 2008
Certainly worth looking around for old PC's which you cannot run windows anymore