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assaultcube-ubranterror downloadsview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – when tring to install (AssaultCube, UrbanTerror) i get this: unable to resolve host address `dls.urt.voxel.net' (HowTos)

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repositories for fedora 13?view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – i'm new on fedora, i've been using it for about two days, im getting used to "yum", still kinda weird for me coming from slackware where i was the dependencies handler xD. anyway i was thinking if you guys could give some of the most important repositories out there so i can be sure to have variety of software available. (HowTos)

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Trouble with Mouse Daemon on FreeBSD 7.3view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I selected a PS/2 style mouse in Sysinstall and tested the mouse daemon and everything worked fine. I use an Intel notebook that has a pointing stick, a mouse pad, and a USB mouse. All three work perfectly before starting X. I have configured X to run KDE automatically when starting X. That is where the problem is. (HowTos)

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[ubuntu] raLink 3090 will not workview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – First of all, here is the information for my computer: Version: Lucid 10.04 LTS Computer: MSI A5000 Wireless Card: raLink RT3090 802.11n 1T/1R PCIe iwconfig reveals: (HowTos)

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best way to switch video cards and driversview story

http://forums.opensuse.org – Howdy all, hope everyones great. I would like to know the best way to swap out video cards from ati to nvidia. For example. In windows, I would uninstall the driver, switch the cards, boot into a low VGA windows session and install the new drivers, reboot done. (Distributions)

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[ubuntu] internet connection with broadband from the terminalview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi All, I am trying to connect to the internet from command line. i issued the command nm-tool the output is Device: ttyUSB0 Type:Mobile Broadband (GSM) Driver:option1 state:disconnected Default:no capabilities: I also issued the command sudo iwlist ttyUSB0 scan it gives this as output (HowTos)

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Clean Up GConf Database with GConf Cleaner In Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynxview story

http://www.liberiangeek.net – GConf Cleaner is a tool that scan your GConf Database to remove keys that are not associated with any schema. Believe me, when you uninstall programs or packages in Ubuntu, not all keys or data associated with those programs are removed. (HowTos)

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11.3 - KDEEDU / KDE-Eduview story

http://forums.opensuse.org – I just installed 11.3 and am a complete newbie to linux. I went to download a typing tutor and it says if you have linux, it should come with most new distros in a file library called KDEEDU ... how do I access and install programs from this file? thnx :shame: (Distributions)

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Is it possible to have two OpenSUSE versions 11.2 and 11.3 on one machine?view story

http://forums.opensuse.org – 1. I have dual booted Suse and Win Xp in past. Can idea be applied to different versions of Suse? I have a working Suse11.2 , and I have a spare partition (15GB) which can be re-formated. 2. Can i do a clean new install to the spare partition? Thus ending with two working Suse versions? ( Separate /home partitions). (Distributions)

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UNE GRANDE PERTE POUR OPENSUSEview story

http://forums.opensuse.org – La version 11.3 ne contient plus la réparation automatique alors que d'autres distributions comme Ubuntu l'ont. C'est un grande perte pour Opensuse. Une marque de travail baclé. Cette 11.3 est une véritable poubelle. Cela marque un déclin chez suse. (Distributions)

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automount USB external driveview story

http://forums.opensuse.org – I have an external USB had drive. It is a Buffalo drive. When ti is mounted it appears in /Media/Buffalo The problem is, every time I reboot my system it is mounted to a different location. e.g. /Media/Buffalo_1 reboot again and it is mounted to /Media/Buffalo_2 the two previous mount points always remain present as empty directories. (Distributions)

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Nvidia and nomodeset kernel parameterview story

http://forums.opensuse.org – It's documented in the howto's that you need to have the nomodeset kernel parameter specified if you want to run the proprietary Nvidia driver. But I read in certain posts that this is only required for "older" graphics cards. Can someone shed some light on this? Is the parameter ALWAYS required when running the nvidia driver, or only for certain graphic cards? (Distributions)