Using dropbox with muttview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hi Have you used dropbox to sync your mail dirs? Was it a disaster? ... ? I have been using dropbox to sync across three ubuntu machines (two with 9.04, one with 10.04) and a windows vista machine, for about six months. I've seen a couple of oddities but am basically very happy with it. I pay for their 50GB store. (HowTos)

PHP Templatingview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hi, i'm working on a small CMS project. When starting out I didn't know too much CSS, so virtually everything was wrapped in HTML and a little CSS. (HowTos)

System tray too crowded.view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – LOL. Any ideas ?!I thought about a dock, but I like my tint2 panels and my dmenu a lot.So, how do you deal with system tray apps ?I mean... (HowTos)

LXer: Share folders and subfolders with Dropbox in Linuxview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Published at LXer: Dropbox is a nifty little application that lets you sync and share files on the Internet and between several computers. Want to send a movie to a friend? Use Dropbox. Want to have a common folder for pictures that you and your girlfriend can update on different computers? Use Dropbox. The problem with Dropbox is that you can’t share entire folders. Only individual links. (HowTos)

dropbox doesn't startup? [segfault]view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Hi statlersJust wondering; I installed dropbox via CB-welcome. Choose the default 60s sleep. But it seams that sometimes (maybe always now?) dropbox doesn't start correctly.i just restarted the machine to replicate, saw the dropbox icon show up in taskbar, then disapper. (HowTos)

DLS Review: Dropbox for Android, now you have access to your cloud storage wherever you goview story

http://www.downloadsquad.com – Filed under: Utilities, Android Note: Dropbox for BlackBerry was released today -- and an updated version for iOS was also released. This is a review for the Android version, but I believe all three are functionally very similar. Using Dropbox on a mobile device is an odd amalgam of emerging technologies. (General)

Time For a New Computer? With Linux Maybe You Don't Need It.view story

http://www.humans-enabled.com – According to this article on wikipedia.org, "As of the end of August 2010, Windows XP is the most widely used operating system in the world with a 53.1% market share".Now that's a lot of computers! As a technology expert, I know my way around computers, and I also know Windows XP. And something else I really know, is how SLOW any Windows computer gets over time. (HowTos)

Networkmanager-kde4 vs. plasmoid-networkmanagementview story

http://forums.opensuse.org – Hi all, By running the Reloaded LiveCD and taking a look at the differences, I found the plasmoid, and just for a try switched to it (the software installer does not allow them both), logged out and back in. I did have internet connection, but no icon in the systray. I right clicked in the systray next to the items in it, and entered the Settings. (Distributions)

LXer: Sparkleshare hits Beta, adds easy-start guideview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Published at LXer: Sparkleshare – the open-source cloud storage (think Dropbox) alternative – has hit its first beta milestone. Read More... (HowTos)

T-mo is sedning me a replacement phone. Backup ideas?view story

http://androidforums.com – Hey folks, The micro usb port on my phone has gotten loose over the last few days, and so T-mo is sending me out a replacement phone. I would like to completely backup my phone (ideally to my dropbox folder) so I can easily restore all of my apps and settings on the new vibrant when it comes. I already have Astro, and have backed up my apps to my SD card. (General)