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Haggis    983

Ok lets do this all the same way so we can see whats going on lol

in terminal do

inxi -Fz[/CODE]

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123456789A    4,709
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f0rk_b0mb    698

I just added this to my sig, but here ya are. :)

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medhunter    30

I just added this to my sig, but here ya are. :)

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how to do this?

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Haggis    983

Did anyone read the first post lol

everyone try and do it the same way

inxi -Fz in terminal

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f0rk_b0mb    698

how to do this?

Go here http://novabench.com/ and download it. You'll notice in this tutorial my score is less than the one in my sig. If you want accurate results, close out of all programs---even the ones in your system tray. Especially AV, Steam, Origin, everything.

Run the test and click "compare these results online" This will take you back to their website. Create an account with them (don't worry they don't spam or sell your info)

then click "Add benchmark to profile"

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You'll then see a screen like below. Right click it and save it like you normally save picture.

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Come back here to Neowin in this thread and click "More Reply Options"

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Then click "Choose files"

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A box will appear. Navigate to the sig image you just downloaded select it, and click open. The editor will then upload it.

When it's done, Click "Add to Post". and then "Add Reply". This just uploaded it to Neowin's servers. We now have to change your sig.

On the home page, hover over your avatar and click "Settings".

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Then click "Signature".

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Then click "My Media"

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Select "Attachments" and click the file you want to use -- it's whatever you named your sig. Then click finished.

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Click save changes. The page will reload and your preview should look like mine. If it doesn't look over my post and make sure you did everything right. Don't edit or delete the post you made in Haggis's thread. It will delete the image and make your sig disappear.

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LOL! I'm board! :D Enjoy and I hope this helps! :)

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f0rk_b0mb    698

Did anyone read the first post lol

everyone try and do it the same way

inxi -Fz in terminal

Whoops! sorry I just hijacked your thread. I just rebooted into Kubuntu 12.10 x64 and typed that in. It says "Command not found" .

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Haggis    983

yeah you may need to install it

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123456789A    4,709

Did anyone read the first post lol

everyone try and do it the same way

inxi -Fz in terminal

Sorry, I get "Bad command or file name" when I try.

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medhunter    30

Thank you so much for the tutorial.really helpfull

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Yorak    416

Well, my girlfriend did some hardcore damage to my Arch install by accident. I could have fixed it, but I thought it would be a good opportunity to try out Ubuntu 12.10 and see what everybody is complaining about. It isn't horrible, honestly. It is Ubuntu. I hate Unity, personally. However, I understand the appeal to casual users. So these are my system stats, but later today or tomorrow I will go back to Arch, either with XFCE again or Openbox. Then I shall post again with proper RAM usage, not this bloat.

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ZakO    340
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Kreuger    104

Wow I'm impressed with this script. Very thorough.

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n_K    1,657

Mine: post-160466-0-73675600-1352069874.png

Shift2 Test VM: post-160466-0-45137200-1352069876.png

BTW Kreuger, why are you on a 32-bit OS with 8GB of RAM? Lol

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S7R1K3R    9

Got the stats to work! I wish I had a better videocard though.

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abysal    98
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beanboy89    169
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ZakO    340

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154.9% of HDD space used :p

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Arceles    403

See signature :D

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beanboy89    169

154.9% of HDD space used :p

Yeah, not too sure how I managed to do that. I guess running the OS completely from a USB flash drive and not having internal drives may do it.

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f0rk_b0mb    698

Got the stats to work! I wish I had a better videocard though.

It's a model up from mine. :)

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