Remove Linux Mint custom search in Chromiumview story

http://www.linuxandlife.com – The web browsers in the software repository of Linux Mint are usually set to use some custom search engines. For example,  Yahoo search and DuckDuckGo are used as the default search engines in Firefox, the preinstalled web browser of Linux Mint 13. (Distributions)

How to Install Latest Flash Player in Chromiumview story

http://www.ubuntuvibes.com – Adobe is no longer releasing new versions of Flash Player for Linux with version 11.2 being last release. The only way to get latest Flash Player in Linux is to use Chrome, as Adobe has partnered with Google to distribute Flash player as a pre-installed plugin in Chrome. (HowTos)

A Calendar/Scheduling applicationview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I'm looking for a program to use as a calendar. The first observation that I would make is that Google apps would be perfect except for two things: it is online, and it is online. The first difficulty I have with google calendar is that because it is online I would not be able to make use of it when I'm not online. (HowTos)

Are your kids getting their sex education from the Internet?view story

http://www.itwire.com – Written by: Alex Zaharov-Reutt | Published in: Home ITWith the Internet available on so many different devices, in both open form on different devices and browsers, while being limitable by child browser apps and PC or Mac filtering software, yet accessible on a friend’s unfiltered browsing device, it should come as no surprise that kids are self-educating about sex on the Internet. (IT news)

Certain websites not opening in 12.04view story

http://askubuntu.com – I have just installed Ubuntu 12.04 as a dual boot. I have an issue accessing certain websites such as google but no such problem in windows. What could be the problem? The same issue exists in all browsers that i tried (Firefox, Chrome, Chromium) Please advice I have a DSL connection which i configured using the Network Manager. (HowTos)

Cannot install gnome extensions from GNOME siteview story

http://askubuntu.com – I have installed Ubuntu 12.04 and installed gnome-shell on my system. I am attempting to download the user theme extensions from extensions.gnome.org, but I can't see this "switch" everyone's talking about. I've tried both Chromium and Firefox browsers on the site. (HowTos)

Fuduntu 2012_3 already equipped with flash plugin version story

http://gamblis.com – Fuduntu, as my favorite Linux distribution already equipped with the most recent Adobe Flash Plugin version So, you won’t need to install or upgrade flash plugin anymore, at least until Adobe release the next version. Currently Adobe Flash Plugin is an essential application for Firefox and Google Chrome users. These web browsers won’t be [...] (HowTos)

Modern distribution on old hardwareview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I have an old system currently running ubuntu jaunty. The main harware specs are: Processor: AMD Athlon 1,2 GHz RAM: 512 MB Graphics: [SiS] 65x/M650/740 (output from lspci) HDD: 40 GB Now jaunty is very old and it is difficult to install recent software via package manager. Especially some newer lightweight browsers such as surf or luakit are only installable via compiling from source. (HowTos)

Apache delivering css and JS files, but browsers don't render themview story

http://serverfault.com – A webpage is being hosted by apache2, CentOS 6.2. It Gets HTML, CSS, JS files ok to the client side. But CSS and JS don't work, What can be hapenning? Since they should run 100% on client side... (HowTos)

Does the Next G stalk talk apply to Google, Facebook et al, too?view story

http://www.itwire.com – Written by: Alex Zaharov-ReuttAlthough Telstra is accused of not seeking customer permission before harvesting user online activity and passing on details to an overseas third party in the quest to build a mobile Internet filtering service, to whom do the packets belong? {loadposition alex08}When you’re communicating with people online by email, voice or video, or on the telephone, or through Fac (IT news)