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    Shrinking a Windows partition is a relatively...

    Shrinking a Windows partition is a relatively simple process, you can do it yourself in a few minutes, within Windows itself. See this tutorial for example :...
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    For the rar package, you can take a look here:...

    For the rar package, you can take a look here:
    ftp://ftp.debian.org/debian/pool/non-free/r/rar/

    As for compressing a file in multiple volumes, perhaps this can help you:...
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    A Debian installation CD with a newer kernel will...

    A Debian installation CD with a newer kernel will work nicely:
    Backported d-i images
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    Yes, there is something else to do here.

    Iceweasel behaves differently then Firefox (by default).

    Type


    about:config

    in Iceweasel address bar, and make sure the following variable are...
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    2.6.23, Debian Etch

    2.6.23, Debian Etch
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    Another great alternative would be "No Machine"...

    Another great alternative would be "No Machine". It is totally secure, and much faster than VNC.

    For the server, install "NX Free" on the Linux machine.
    On your Mac, install the "NX Client" to...
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    Are you sure Apache is clear to start? ...

    Are you sure Apache is clear to start?


    apache2ctl configtest

    will tell you.
  8. Thread: Wpa

    by antidrugue
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    Of course you can do that. But why bother? Just...

    Of course you can do that. But why bother? Just use Network-Manager, and none of that is necessary.

    If you want to do everything manually, than you must first uninstall Network-Manager (as it...
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    That's it, you stop here. Just putting the...

    That's it, you stop here. Just putting the firmware in /usr/lib/hotplug/firmware/ (or in /lib/firmware/) is enough.

    The IPW2200 driver the the IEEE80211 subsystem are already part of the kernel.
    ...
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    Just type: reset

    Just type:


    reset
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    As the others mentioned, NVIDIA is really the way...

    As the others mentioned, NVIDIA is really the way to go. I don't believe hardware has anything to do with it, NVIDIA simply offers better Linux drivers for their video cards than ATI does.

    Also,...
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    Poll: First, are you certain you need ndiswrapper to...

    First, are you certain you need ndiswrapper to get your wireless card working? Many native Linux drivers are available nowadays.

    Second, ndiswrapper is installed by default in Ubuntu. You only...
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    Yes, you can do it using gconf-editor, which you...

    Yes, you can do it using gconf-editor, which you can launch from the terminal.

    In there, uncheck the values for Trash, Home and the rest in apps -> nautilus -> desktop.
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    Well, do you have the GTK development headers...

    Well, do you have the GTK development headers installed?

    The package is probably called something like libgtk2.0-dev.
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    I am sure you realized by now that you didn't...

    I am sure you realized by now that you didn't download Firefox's source code, but the binary version.

    There is really nothing to install, just execute the file "firefox" in the firefox directory....
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    PUD GNU/Linux...

    PUD GNU/Linux already has such a feature (GmailFS). Since version 4.6.3 (released in last August).

    Never tried it personally, but it does look quite nice.
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    You can perhaps change the firmware on your iPod...

    You can perhaps change the firmware on your iPod for an open source one, like RockBox (I tryed it some time ago, it's nice):
    Rockbox - Open Source Jukebox Firmware

    That way your iPod will be able...
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    Sorry then. Some people just tend to be confused...

    Sorry then. Some people just tend to be confused by all those architectures choices at first. I thought that was your case.

    That certainly is a nice machine.

    So yes, the KDE CD is bootable....
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    Are you sure you have an ALPHA...

    Are you sure you have an ALPHA CPU?

    I would believe you have an AMD64 compatible CPU, not an ALPHA.
  20. Thread: Internets

    by antidrugue
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    Just make sure they give you an ethernet modem,...

    Just make sure they give you an ethernet modem, not a USB one. Then all will be easy.
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    Check out this tutorial: Techno Wizah: Debian...

    Check out this tutorial:
    Techno Wizah: Debian HOW-TO: Custom Kernel Compile
  22. What about Joe's Window Manager...

    What about Joe's Window Manager? I like it a lot personally.

    Since version 4.4, I can't stop using Xfce though.
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    The easiest way to install any software in Linux...

    The easiest way to install any software in Linux is to use a package manager. It just works in a different way than in Windows, that's all.

    The Linux distribution you are using (Ubuntu, Fedora,...
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    There are many: QEMU (faster with the kqemu...

    There are many:
    QEMU (faster with the kqemu kernel module, and even faster with KVM)
    VirtualBox
    Xen

    and VMware has a free edition too (VMware server or VMware player).

    About QEMU on Debian...
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    If you live in the United States, newegg...

    If you live in the United States, newegg is a good choice.



    That's really up to you. You can try those sites for some hints:
    DistroWatch.com: Put the fun back into computing. Use Linux, BSD....
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