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how can I copy an application(ndiswrapper) to another computer?view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hi,everybody. I have a Ubuntu box and a damn small linux laptop,I have installed ndiswrapper on Ubuntu by using apt-get.And I wanna install ndiswrapper on my laptop too,but it doesn't have a network adapter(so it can't connect to the internet). Then I copied /usr/sbin/ndiswrapper and /etc/ndiswrapper to my laptop,when I ran ndiswrapper on my laptop,following error message appeared: Can not find (HowTos)

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A Gaming Mouse Vendor That Has Linux Driversview story

http://www.linux.com – While Razer and Logitech manufacturer some terrific mice for computer gamers along with other gaming peripherals, they unfortunately do not provide any official Linux support. There have been community projects like Lomoco for supporting Logitech's extra mouse features under Linux and RazerTool for supporting some Razer mice, but without any... (Hardware)

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Google TV site launches, answers a lot of questionsview story

http://www.downloadsquad.com – Filed under: Video, Google, web 2.0 Google TV is coming -- and judging by the new Google TV website, it's coming soon. Via the medium of shiny, black, stylish imagery, the site goes a long way to answering any and all questions you might have about the service. For sitting-in-the-living-room TV watchers it sounds really cool. (General)

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The unmountable USB flash driveview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hi all, Let's begin this yelp with a story. I lent my 16GB OCA Rally 2 flash drive to a friend to use. He plugged it into his brand new ASUS compact notebook to get some files off of it. For some reason, while he was using it, it stopped working. He tried plugging it into a desktop machine we have in the office and then into my computer. (HowTos)

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Google annoyanceview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – At work i have to admin a small network of public shared computers (running Windows) at a university. I have always had google.com as the start page, mainly because is a superlight search page with no ads or other annoyances popping in the screen. Last week i have found that it showed a big logo of google chrome and an offer to install it. (HowTos)

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Unable to find ndiswrapper interfaceview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I just installed Mandriva Powerpack 2010 on a Dell Inspiron mini 10 and I can't make a wireless connection. I downloaded a wireless driver from dell.com and then went to Configure Your Computer -> Network & Internet -> Set up new network interface -> Wireless(Wi-Fi)-> Use a Windows driver (with ndiswrapper) and then selected the .INF file of that driver.I got this message: " (HowTos)

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Mouse Helpview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – After posting my last topic my mouse stopped working again. It's plugged into USB. Computer is a Dell Dimension E521 with nVidia graphics card stock. (HowTos)

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second computer won't updateview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – I installed crunchbang statler alpha2 on an older (B) computer and got it updated. I haven't used it much for a week or more because it is older and slower. I logged back in today and tried to update and kept getting errors on a couple of the repositories. Both of them had to do with en (english). (HowTos)

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how to fix bootstrap failure in unix V4.0D?view story

http://www.unix.com – hi! my computer is... system: Digital Personal Workstation 433a Processor: Digital Alpha 21164, 433 MHz Memory: 64 MB Operating System: Digital Unix Console(SRM), Digital Unix V4.0D That computer is used for radar display. Application run on Unix. I have a problem now. (HowTos)

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[ubuntu] Linksys wusb100v2 + keyring?view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – First off, I'm a bit novice with the Ubuntu environment, but I've managed to get my wusb100v2 working with Ubuntu Lucid. Until recently, it's been working fine, but as it's on my parents computer they asked if I could remove the keyring password prompt at startup, which I did through the System > Preferences > Sessions, unchecking all applications related to the gnome-keyring. All was well. (HowTos)