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SuSE 8.2 -CDWriter in K3b Not correctly recognized!!!-Not working!!!view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – :(Hello fellow Linux Techs/trollers. I just finished up a Clean install of Suse 8.2 (from BOXED set I bought back in the Days-from Best BUY.) everything seems to have gone well. I set the DMA on my ide drives ok. (HowTos)

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Login password prompt in upper case.view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Kernel 2.6.21.5, Slackware 12.0 bash 3.1 Hi: I have several times tried to log into my linux box and have seen the password prompt written in upper case chars. Can this be caused by something located on the other side of my connexion? Or by malignous software resident in my hard disk? Any hint will be welcome. Thanks. (HowTos)

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Qseven module has Atom E6xx CPUs and optional SSDview story

http://www.linuxfordevices.com – MSC Vertriebs announced a Qseven module sporting three of Intel's recently announced Atom E6xx processors, plus up to 2GB of soldered-on DDR2 memory and an optional bootable, 4GB or 8GB SSD (solid state disk). The MSC Q7-TCTC-FD features operating ranges as wide as -40 to 185 deg. F, seven USB 2.0 ports, three PCI Express x1 lanes, CAN bus, plus LVDS and SDVO video outputs.... (Embedded)

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bacula BCONSOLE PROBLEM: console JobId 0: Fatal error: bsock.c:129 Unable to connectview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – My bacula stop't working My Bacula work yesterday fine white the bconsole and all. But suddenly today when i wanted to go in white Code: SUDO BCONSOLE it just coming back in return Code: Connecting to Director 10.5.0.36:9103 11-Nov 13:28 bconsole JobId 0: Fatal error: bsock.c:129 Unable to connect to Director daemon on 10.5.0.36:9103. (HowTos)

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[64 bit] iSCSI target vs. Samba vs. NFS share for Windows client useview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi All, I'd like to know which one is the fastest transfer / throughput rate across the network for the file sharing ? I'm trying to create some more datastore for storing the very large backup to disk files. so I'm now considering between running the following over the network: Ubuntu Server + Samba Openfiler + iSCSI target (never try this before). all of those will be over the gigabit netw (HowTos)

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iSCSI target vs. Samba vs. NFS share for Windows client useview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hi All, I'd like to know which one is the fastest transfer / throughput rate across the network for the file sharing ? I'm trying to create some more datastore for storing the very large backup to disk files. so I'm now considering between running the following over the network: Ubuntu Server + Samba Openfiler + iSCSI target (never try this before). all of those will be over the gigabit netw (HowTos)

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Installing Ubuntu 10.10 on a Windows 7 System (Dual booting) with Radeon X300/X550/X1050 SERIES Graphics Cardview story

http://www.ubuntugeek.com – Share Ubuntu Linux, just like most Linux distributions, will happily co-exist on a hard disk with just about any version of Windows. This is a concept known as dual-booting. Essentially, when you power up your PC you will be presented with a menu which provides the option to boot either Ubuntu Linux or Windows. (HowTos)

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Quick question on the OpenBSD ports systemview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I'm quite new to OpenBSD so bear with me for one minute. (HowTos)

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2ClickUpdate – Another Powerful Update Manager for Ubuntu in Two Clicks(GUI&CLI)view story

http://ubuntuguide.net – The 2clickUpdate (pronounced: double-click-update) is a front-end for system updates. It is better than your classic Update Manager. You run it and it deals with the rest of its job (update package list, install upgrades, remove obsolete dependencies, free disk space etc.) without bothering user with confirmation dialogs that he would already answer yes. (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)