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    There should be instructions on this page, which...

    There should be instructions on this page, which could help you out a lot better than me typing it out right now: http://ndiswrapper.sourceforge.net/mediawiki/index.php/Main_Page
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    Have you tried running sax2 to configure your...

    Have you tried running sax2 to configure your resolution and graphics? Open up a terminal/CLI and type in as root: sax2. Or you can open your Kmenu > System > Configuration > sax2 (I think this is...
  3. I would probably go with amarok XMMS or...

    I would probably go with amarok



    XMMS or Beep Media Player to play music. There's a good CD ripper, but I can't remember the name off the top of my head.



    K3b is a great burning tool
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    Do you have the wireless-tools package installed?...

    Do you have the wireless-tools package installed? http://rpm.pbone.net/index.php3/stat/3/srodzaj/1/search/wireless-tools
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    Have you looked into K3B?

    Have you looked into K3B?
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    Not sure if the 64-bit version is any different,...

    Not sure if the 64-bit version is any different, but try running an online update with YOU and look for and install the 4 multimedia packs. That should get you going...hopefully.
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    The only one I've tried that did that was Mepis....

    The only one I've tried that did that was Mepis. I don't remember doing any configuration for it other than maybe setting my workgroup. You can use it as a Live CD just to see, so you don't have to...
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    Maybe this will help you:...

    Maybe this will help you: http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/topic-48999.html
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    Try looking for GAIM. If it is not installed,...

    Try looking for GAIM. If it is not installed, open up a terminal/CLI and type in:


    su
    <enter root password>
    urpmi gaim

    That should be it. Hope this helps.
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    Your best bet would be Samba:...

    Your best bet would be Samba: http://us2.samba.org/samba/
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    This helped me out with Fedora Core 4 when I was...

    This helped me out with Fedora Core 4 when I was looking for answers: http://stanton-finley.net/fedora_core_4_installation_notes.html
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    I haven't installed it yet, but this might be...

    I haven't installed it yet, but this might be able to help you out: http://www.winehq.com/site/download-deb
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    You can just use the terminal, and I just used...

    You can just use the terminal, and I just used sudo apt-get install file as an example, so there's no need to try it. If you just wanted to get root privileges without having to type in sudo all the...
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    Ubuntu uses sudo to get root privileges, so in a...

    Ubuntu uses sudo to get root privileges, so in a terminal/CLI, you'll need to do as an example:


    sudo apt-get install file
    <enter in your password>

    The password is pretty much what you use as...
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    I've never installed AIM on Linux as I see no...

    I've never installed AIM on Linux as I see no reason to, so I don't want to lead you down the wrong path. Although, since you are using Ubuntu, you might want to download the .deb file for AIM and...
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    They're both different, but you'd probably be...

    They're both different, but you'd probably be better off with GAIM, since it will allow to connect to multiple messenger services such as AIM, MSN and Yahoo.

    By the way, what is the file extension...
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    This should help you out a lot:...

    This should help you out a lot: www.ubuntuguide.org

    To get to the command line, you can either go to Applications - System Tools - Terminal or Applications - Run Command - type in xterm

    Hope...
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    Does it give you anything if you change it back...

    Does it give you anything if you change it back to "nv"? Also, make sure to do modprobe nvidia after the installation of the drivers.

    As for changing to runlevel 3, which you should have already...
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    Did you burn the iso as an image or did you just...

    Did you burn the iso as an image or did you just do a straight burn to the CD? Also, try this if you're having trouble burning an image of the iso: http://www.cdburnerxp.se/
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    You shouldn't have any use of your mouse when you...

    You shouldn't have any use of your mouse when you enter run level 3, and you should be editing your /etc/inittab to run at run level 3. This should help out though:...
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    Try this: www.ubuntuguide.org

    Try this: www.ubuntuguide.org
  22. Are you trying to uninstall it as root?

    Are you trying to uninstall it as root?
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    This should help you out:...

    This should help you out: http://www.ubuntuguide.org/#skype
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    You probably don't have the right repositories in...

    You probably don't have the right repositories in your /etc/apt/sources.list. Check this out for adding more repositories as well as other things: www.ubuntuguide.org

    Hope this helps.
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    Also, make sure to remove the spaces form 2.6.8.1...

    Also, make sure to remove the spaces form 2.6.8.1 -12mdk on both. Should just be 2.6.8.1-12mdk. Hope that works out.
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