10 Cool Linux Commands Voted from Commandlinefuview story

http://ubuntuguide.net – Commandlinefu is a very interesting website,it collects Command-line gems.You can join in and share yours! Here are the most popular 10 commands from this site: (HowTos)

Fix for - Amarok won't play audio files on Ubuntuview story

http://linuxers.org – (General)

[ubuntu] USB thumb drive no longer recognizedview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – My machine crashed (powered down unexpectedly) recently with an 8GB thumb drive attached to it. When it came back up I was trying to delete a file in one of the folders, but it kept telling me that the filesystem on the device was read only. Googling lead me to the third post on this thread: (Hardware)

How to create a SAMBA user in Ubantuview story

http://lpilinux.com – If you are using Samba Server on your network, you will want to create users that have access to use it. There’s a very simple command structure on how to do so. I’m assuming that you’ve already installed Samba Server at this point. (HowTos)

Google Android Dev Phone 1view story

http://www.lowtek.ca – I’m stoked – I’ve got a G1! (General)

News: tasksel - Installing groupsview story

http://www.raiden.net – tasksel is a useful command for Debian and Ubuntu users because it installs predefined collections of software.more ... (Distributions)

How to Access MySQL Server remotely Over SSH?view story

http://lpilinux.com – we’ll just use port-forwarding through an SSH tunnel, so your MySQL client thinks it’s connecting to your localhost machine, but it’s really connecting to the other server through the tunnel. (HowTos)

[ubuntu] Ubuntu 9.10 install and gts 250 video cards help pleaseview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Ok so im pretty new to ubuntu a very basic user, im in the process of switching about 5 systems in my house over to it. Ive switched all except my main computer sucessfully. So Ive installed ubuntu 9.10, did all the updates everything went great... (Hardware)

[ubuntu] Fixing video stuttering over HDMIview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I've posted this about a dozen different ways, but now I have new stuff to give making me start over again with a fresh clean thread. I own a HP G60 laptop with an very useful HDMI connection. I usually download movies from my main tower PC and play them from the laptop onto my 42" plasma through the HDMI connection. (Hardware)

Toggle the Ubuntu System menu icons to Visibleview story

http://tips4linux.com – By default, the Ubuntu System menu icons are rendered invisible. You can toggle them on with this simple command: gconftool-2 --type Boolean --set /desktop/gnome/interface/menus_have_icons True (HowTos)