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Accessing the system clipboardview story

http://vim.wikia.com – why was recent edit needed? ← Older revision Revision as of 17:30, November 8, 2010 Line 56: Line 56: *<tt>"+dd</tt> &ndash; cut line to X11 clipboard *<tt>"+dd</tt> &ndash; cut line to X11 clipboard *<tt>"+p</tt> &ndash; paste X11 clipboard *<tt>"+p</tt> &ndash; paste X11 c (HowTos)

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Free Arc : How to get GUIview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I have just installed Free Arc utility for compression from : http://www.freearc.org/Download.aspx and it works smoothly but in command Line mode. Commands: a add files to archive c add comment to archive ch modify archive (recompress, encrypt and so on) create create new archive cw write archive comment to file d delete files from archive e (HowTos)

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How to install grub4dos from Linux?view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hi I can install grub4dos from Windows, but I dont understund how to nstall it on Linux. The only manual for that tell me that information: Code: Install GRUB for DOS boot code to the MBR of IDE channel 0, primary drive under Linux:   bootlace /dev/hda I want to do it by a live CD. For example, I have Fedora and Ubuntu live cd. (HowTos)

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Why do you use #!Crunchbangview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – I'm not sure if this is a stupid idea or a good one.  At any rate, after core's post, asking for feedback about the description, and various other posts in, for example, the introduction section, I thought it *might* be worthwhile.  So....why did you try #!Crunchbang?  Why do you still use it?  I guess I'll go first.  :)I'm a FreeBSD lover at heart, but (HowTos)

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Thanks!view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – hello corenominal & all of you crunchbangers,i'm using crunchbang for more than a year now and i think it's time for me to let you know how grateful i am:THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR THIS LOVELY OS!and THANKS TO ALL OF YOU WHO HELP PEOPLE TO ADJUST THEIR MACHINES WITH CRUNCHBANG!about me & my crunchbang:i (used Windows 98/2K/xp for 15 years) started looking around for linux almost 2 y (HowTos)

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[How To]: Remove Yum Cashed Packages | Filesview story

http://www.linuxnov.com – Remove obsolete packages, free up disk space this is a really important to run thees commands mentioned down there from time to time to keep your system performing really good and reduce lagging time for installing updates. In this quick [How To] will show you how to remove caches for Yum package manager. (HowTos)

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Problem creating driver - RealTek RTL8111DL NICview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I need help creating the driver for the RealTek RTL8111DL network interface built into my motherboard - MSI 770-C45. I've downloaded the driver from the RealTek website, and followed the directions in the readme to extract the compressed package, change directory to the new directory. (HowTos)

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Errors were encountered while processing:view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I recently rebuilt my system and did a fresh install of Ubuntu 10.04. Now, everything I try to install returns the following errors. I have tried installing the troubled packages but I get the same errors. (HowTos)

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[ubuntu] IPCP IP Address Negotiation Problem on 10.10view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I recently installed 10.10 to use nmcli to automate the activation and deactivation of PPPoE connections. The nmcli command line interface works very well, but since installing 10.10 my PPPoE IPCP IP address negotiation fails. The ppp interface that is brought up has an IP address that was received earlier by the eth interface from a DHCP server, not the IP offered by the PPPoE server. (HowTos)

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Links 4/11/2010: Fedora 15 to be Called Lovelock, Many Fedora 14 Reviews Now Available, OpenOffice.org Analysesview story

http://techrights.org – Contents GNU/Linux Distributions Devices/Embedded Free Software/Open Source Leftovers Clip of the Day GNU/Linux Daily Giveaways the Entire Month of November What does a Recompute DIY kit, a Brain Machine, and an Ice Tube Clock all have in common? The question is, Alex, What Are Things You Can Win From Linux Journal This Month. (General)