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Ubuntu - Anyone Using? Install on old system? » Post #5

Sun Jul 03, 2016 21:01 in General Talk

I guess this if from a reseller, not sure.

The disc says Ubuntu 14.04.3
64 Bit
Life Time Support

And then included is about 4 little sheets of paper stapled together.
And first page says:

This 8 GB USB Flash drive contains the following:
Ubuntu 14.04.3 LTS 64-bit
64-Bit Boot Repair

Errrr already confused.....it's a disc not a flash drive. I guess it's just common directions.

Last page says for laptop: intel atom processor @1.6 GHz, 386 MB of system memory (RAM), 4 GB of disk space, Screen of 1024x600 resolution, Graphics chipset with support for visual effects.

I think I will plug up the old gateway and see what OS is on it.

Very Stupid Email Spammers » Post #15

Sun Jul 03, 2016 20:52 in General Talk

MARISWARI wrote: Hi Friends, work the way to get money, stop talking and work more, wish you all the best

All work and no play makes for a very bad day.

Ubuntu - Anyone Using? Install on old system? » Post #1

Sun Jul 03, 2016 15:19 in General Talk

I recently received a Ubuntu disc and I am wondering if I can install it on an old Gateway laptop?

At the moment, I am not even sure what OS is on the old gateway laptop. I think I bought that
laptop in or around 2005. An old version of windows OS.

The gateway laptop still works. It has a battery that lasts about 40 minutes, if lucky. That was
HOT in 2005. :lol:

It became a laptop that I would keep in my vehicle so that when I traveled I'd always have a
laptop handy. That's about all it was good for after some years of use.

So I thought it might be fun to install this Ubuntu on it, if it will install. I'm just wondering if
something that old, will Ubuntu still install on it?

Very Stupid Email Spammers » Post #11

Sun Jul 03, 2016 15:08 in General Talk

Marcel666 wrote: Valariea can be a name or a virus :lol:

I know......sounds like Malaria :shock:

Very Stupid Email Spammers » Post #7

Sun Jul 03, 2016 06:37 in General Talk

- Your Search is Over
(I wasn't searching for anything)

- Here's Yu 7 Million Ameri Dollars
(What the hell is an Ameri Dollars)

-IT'S ONLY COMMON SENSE
(for who)

-Would an extra $5,000 a Month Help You Valeriea?
(would it help you spell my name correctly)

-DO YOU WEAR EYEGLASSES? ? LEAST EXPENSIVE EYEGLASSES ON EBAY !
(looks like you are the one that needs eyeglasses)

Freedom of Choice..>> » Post #10

Sat Jul 02, 2016 21:02 in General Talk

hansgruber wrote: i suffer with eczema on my hands, which believe it or not is affected by how good/bad the weather is overall. in the hot weather i dont have any problems, like it was never there :thumbup: thats why i chose it

Is it on the palms of your hands?

What is it? » Post #24

Fri Jul 01, 2016 21:05 in General Talk

I think it's my ex husband.

What is it? » Post #3

Fri Jul 01, 2016 06:26 in General Talk

It looks like an ant.

Wow :) I complete 2 surveys today » Post #5

Fri Jul 01, 2016 06:25 in Success Stories

mallikarjun0047 wrote: how to compleate survay

Read the directions and answer the questions honestly.

Freedom of Choice..>> » Post #5

Thu Jun 30, 2016 22:29 in General Talk

Summer.

Highest Tasks and Earnings per day so far :D » Post #6

Mon Jun 27, 2016 09:22 in Your Stats

Devenderraghav wrote:
rkx300 wrote: Congrats tej bro
And @ raghav bro stop arguing people to be in your downline or you will be banned

Sorry for that will take care of it in future

Stop posting this junk because it is extremely inappropriate. It is against the rules
to post begging members to be your downline and furthermore it doesn't even make
sense!

delete » Post #9

Sun Jun 26, 2016 21:29 in General Talk

Ok we don't talk about weapons here of any sort!

Decreasing Balance » Post #43

Sun Jun 26, 2016 21:12 in General Talk

For what purpose you use your money? » Post #39

Sun Jun 26, 2016 14:26 in General Talk

zegon wrote:
RoseGold wrote: I use mine in case of emergency or if there's something really needed. I had to replace the refrigerator water filter. Got a 2pk for $50.00 at Home Depot. Things do tear up, nothing's built to last long anymore. I have purchased few on sale clothing items. Mostly try to save :$

Yes, stuff then has the ability to break down all the time , it's almost like i become afraid of the dark times.

True , it feels as if the stuff was better in the past , today they build in a ' timeout ' for how long things should work.

They want to sell us a new product as soon as possible , money, money, money ... :thumbdown:

It's not like in the past when people were proud to work and proud of whatever work they did.
Products were made much better quality and most products lasted much longer. I don't think
people were in as much as a hurry.

You know, it is kind of strange. Technology was suppose to make life easier. I think the future is
much more complicated than in the past and I think people have less time now than ever before.

For what purpose you use your money? » Post #34

Sun Jun 26, 2016 13:02 in General Talk

I think a few more people that are realizing the free product arena, is
growing since Amazon now offers a month to month prime membership.
In the long run, paying monthly cost more. I did the math one time but
I forget what it was. Maybe about $40 more per year.

It depends on the arena (I am using words that are not necessarily the
words I would use due to posting at this forum) as most will say do not
sell the product on eBay. That does make sense. However, for the most
part you can give away the product or even sell it in a yard sale. Again,
I stress accordingly to terms.

So lets say you get a product for free that has a price of $50. You get
the product free, you do what you're suppose to do and then you put
it away to either wait for your upcoming sale in which you will put a
$20 price tag on it and allow yourself to be bargained down to $15...
OR you give the product as a Christmas gift thereby saving yourself
$50.

Now then, if you're still with me, lets say you are receiving a mere
ten products per day per 5 day week. Equals 50 products per week.
Granted the value of those products are going to be as a norm, mind you,
a few dollars each at the bare minimum and most much more. So
you store the product for say ohhhhhhh lets say 4 months.

4 months of products would according to my math above, be about
800 products.

Still with me? :D

So now it is yard sale time and you take those 800 products and you
sell them on average of $3 per product. Of course, some products will
be much more worthy of $3 and some less but to keep my math low
for this example that is $3 per 800 product which equals $2,400.

Now then if you have paid Amazon $100 per year (my membership
is actually about $109 per year due to TN tax I suppose) OR you
have paid a monthly fee x4 months....you can do the math on that.

Also, lets not forget to subtract a few dollars too because there are
some products that cost $0.01 on up to perhaps a dollar now and then.
So you'd want to subtract $5 or $10 for those cent items.

So lets just cut that $2,400 down to $2,200 and if you did that every
4 months you would have what.....around $7,000.

However, if you work really hard and you become really good at what
you do, like Valerie :mrgreen: you could be making a lot more than
$7,000 per year. In fact, even though it is a lot of work, it is not back
breaking and a person could net $25,000 or more per year.

There's a little more to it but that is the jest of it. I am working on
creating a website explaining how to do this, the steps, etc.

For what purpose you use your money? » Post #30

Sun Jun 26, 2016 11:31 in General Talk

I usually receive any where between 20 to 60 products per day.....free or few things for some cents.

But you have to be a prime member of Amazon or the shipping would eat you up.

For what purpose you use your money? » Post #28

Sun Jun 26, 2016 08:22 in General Talk

RoseGold wrote: For a Dime :?: :o Where might that be :roll: :lol:

Well, I can't tell you. :lol:

In fact, they were selling a slew of them. I even went to look at my filter and wrote it
down but at that time, they werent selling mine. My fridge uses something called
pure source ultra Electrolux.

Are you an Amazon prime member?

For what purpose you use your money? » Post #26

Sun Jun 26, 2016 06:02 in General Talk

RoseGold wrote: @Valerie 0They were the HDX brand and 3 months ago. I still have the extra one , whenever the light comes on to let me know, time to change :) GE brand cost much more.

Awwww.

You could have got one for a dime.

Is this true » Post #2

Sun Jun 26, 2016 05:45 in General Talk

No this is a ghost website. You must be dreaming.

Of course it is real! It's been online for TEN YEARS.

You help yourself. Read through the website.
Click on the Earnings options and read, then do as the earning option tells you.
No one here can do the work for you.

Then if you have a question, post it in the correct sub forum or click on the Helpdesk to submit a support ticket.

For what purpose you use your money? » Post #20

Sat Jun 25, 2016 20:36 in General Talk

RoseGold wrote: I use mine in case of emergency or if there's something really needed. I had to replace the refrigerator water filter. Got a 2pk for $50.00 at Home Depot. Things do tear up, nothing's built to last long anymore. I have purchased few on sale clothing items. Mostly try to save :$

What brand were they?
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