Is there any book/guide/tutorial/website/forum to teach child who is new to both computer and linux ? Need for the one who has never seen a windows machine before.
on 12/23/2009 – Made popular on 12/23/2009
I am currently running a website on Godaddy built with php and mysql. I will open the website up today to the general public. Because of this, I will not want to test any new code directly on the website. I want to mirror the website on my personal computer to test any updates.
These games are designed for toddlers (age 1 - 3), but if the child has no experience with a computer/mouse, these learning games are great for children above this age. All the games can go in full-screen mode and all of them have sounds. They only require the mouse to play the games, however, some of them have optional keyboard commands also...
If you want to learn or improve your experience in Linux, especially SUSE Linux, I think this book is the best for you. Its SUSE Linux Bible by Justin Davies, Roger Whittaker, William von Hagen. This ebook contains complete guide, tutorial of SUSE Linux.
Hi, I my name is w00dee and I am 52. I am very new to linux and I am also new to posting in a forum. I have 2 linux devices that I am trying to get operating at a high performance level. This computer that I am using to make this post. Linux mint 15 cinnamon. I also have a Raspberry pi. I like tinkering with computers. I want to teach my grandsons linux.
I am not sure whether this is a question of routing table, or iptables or both.
I have a working OpenVPN connection from a virtual linux machine to a server in another country. I followed a guide and ip-forwarding is also set-up and working, in that I can access the server-side internet from the virtual linux client.
I am using qt to write linux application, tested under Ubuntu.
I set the main window stay on top and fullscreen, and make other children windows, but soon these window go behind of the main window as I click on the main window.
Is there any way to avoid this and keep children windows stay on top of main window?