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|Story||Laptop Review: Dell XPS m1330n (Ubuntu Pre-Installed)||srlinuxx||09/03/2008 - 4:45pm|
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|Story||Laptop Survival With GKrellM||srlinuxx||21/10/2009 - 10:02pm|
|Story||Laptop webcam works with AMSN in Ubuntu Gutsy Gibbon||srlinuxx||31/07/2007 - 1:17am|
|Story||Laptops and Desktops running Linux continue to sell out||srlinuxx||4||03/12/2007 - 11:31am|
|Story||Laptops for kids? Geeks, language developers are interested||srlinuxx||08/02/2008 - 5:36pm|
|Story||Laptops For Less: 25 Notebooks Under $600||srlinuxx||12/02/2008 - 11:15am|
|Story||Laptops in extreme and unusual locations||srlinuxx||10/08/2009 - 4:49pm|
|Story||Laptops in mud huts||srlinuxx||10/12/2005 - 1:52pm|
|Story||Laptops, mobilily and simplicity||srlinuxx||22/12/2006 - 4:01pm|
Every time there is a new release of Ubuntu, there are announcements on many Linux-related websites. This, even though the six-month release cycle is well-known and it is generally the faithful who visit these sites.
This tutorial describes how to rescue data from a single hard disk that was part of a LVM2 RAID1 setup like it is created by e.g the Fedora Core installer. Why is it so problematic to recover the data?
The HUP (hangup) signal is issued to the process once the user's connection to the server is terminated. Once the HUP signal is issued, the process is terminated along with the connection, which presents one with an interesting problem; how does one keep a process running in the background?
Well, I'm really tired of these comments on how Ubuntu doesn't contribute patches back for Debian and how some Ubuntu contributors tell that they do it and that everything is ok with the swirl side of the fence. The truth is, both sides are wrong or just lying!
n case you haven’t heard, the new version of Ubuntu, 7.04 Feisty Fawn is out. One of the new features Jacob told us about in his introduction was a new codec download feature. He explains it well, so I’ll reiterate that here:
New KDE Four Live CDs are online. The last week unmentioned problem with squashfs which led me to uploading a "DVD.iso" is history, now you can get the same content of a typical desktop setup in a 477MB ISO.