[ubuntu] NFS copy speedsview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi. I am working on syncing a bunch of files using rsync to a new fileserver. Up until now, I've just used rsync over ssh (rsync <options> myfolder user@host:/folder). It works pretty good most of the time, getting basically 10 MB/s (from using the --progress flag). However I thought I'd try something different, using NFS share. (HowTos)

Quirky key behaviorview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Last summer, certain keys on my main Linux machine started doing weird things. It's not clear if it's a problem with the kernel, with KDE, some X11 module, or what. These quirks are reproducible and affect several application in seemingly unrelated ways, but they all appeared at the same time and I suspect are from a common cause. (HowTos)

I want to access a shared folder on a Win 7 computerview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I have two computers running for daily use. One is called 'server' and it is powered by Ubuntu 10.04. The other one is called 'workstation' and it runs on Windows 7 professional. On workstation I have created a folder 'Share', which I made shared for 'everybody'. Also I have installed smbclient and smbfs. With the Google I found this link: http://www.howtogeek.com/wiki/Mount_..._Prerequisites But (HowTos)

Google ups the ante for local searchview story

http://www.itwire.com – Internet giant Google has changed its search algorithms, which may force Australian organisations to rethink their website content and tweak their online strategies to ensure their business remains visible when internet users search for a particular product or service. (IT news)

[other] Getting one domain to work on two different serversview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Background info: I have a domain through google (enom) I have one website which I host web forums My friend has a website which he hosts the frontpage We're on two separate hosts We're trying to combine the websites together and my friend wants to utilize his hosting. The question: Is it possible to get this one domain to work on two webservers without doing a redirect? For exmaple: have Domain. (HowTos)

[ubuntu] Dual booting fouls up my ethernetview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I've recently found an old hard drive, installed it into my desktop and installed a copy of XP I had laying around (to play games mainly). I've been bouncing back and forth between my XP install and Ubuntu. Recently, I lost my ethernet connection (it is an integrated adapter on a Gigabyte MB). It was not working on both XP and ubuntu, so I was assuming some sort of HW failure. (HowTos)

[SOLVED] wireless hard block set for HP Pavilionview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I had wireless up and running for several months on a new laptop (HP Pavilion Entertainment PC). Suddenly, a week ago, the wireless came up disabled (and continues to come up disabled), and the "enable wireless" option in the NetworkManager Applet 0,8 is greyed out. (HowTos)

Firefox 4 maxes out SunSpider benchmarkview story

http://www.downloadsquad.com – Filed under: Internet, Browsers Asa Dotzler, not content with graphing the total run-time of the SunSpider benchmark, has provided a beautiful chart that breaks down the JavaScript performance of Firefox, Safari, Opera and Chrome. Take a look at it above, or click through to see a larger version. (General)

openSUSE Conference big successview story

http://news.opensuse.org – “Collaboration Across Borders” – Under this moto the openSUSE Community received in Nuremberg several hundreds of Free Software enthusiasts and contributors. (Distributions)

MPEG-LA Codecs and Microsoft Racketeering Challenge the Redistributability of Linuxview story

http://techrights.org – Summary: The zero-cost advantage of Android is harmed by the advancement of software patents courtesy of patent aggressors like Microsoft and the patent troll-led MPEG-LA THE OIN grows rapidly, but its expansion as of late included more controversial companies whose policies are in conflict with Free software but not with OIN’s perspective. (General)