ProStockMaster 1.7.0 for Linuxview story

http://gamblis.com – ProStockMaster for Linux is a nice software to upload your photo collections to online photo sharing service like iStockPhoto, ShutterStock, DreamsTime,123rf, BigStockPhoto, CanStockPhoto, Fotolia, Stockxpert, Alamy, PantherMedia, Pixamba. ProStockMaster 1.7.0 comes with a nice user interface that help you to easily manage and upload your photos online. (Distributions)

Overwriting CRAMFS image while it is mountedview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Dear all, I am on a ARM9-based embedded linux system (kernel 2.6.22). My application is stored as a CRAMFS image on a NOR-flash partition. During system bootup this image get's mounted with the help of the loopback device and after that the application get's started. Now I would like to be able to update the application during runtime. (HowTos)

How to take image of my server from windows?view story

https://www.centos.org – Welcome to the CentOS fora. Reading FAQ & Readme First is recommended for new users.One way to... [by pschaff] (Distributions)

[ubuntu netbook remix] Wireless Connection - Imageview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi folks, I have a master image running Netbook Remix (10.04.1) that will be deployed to a few thousand machines. I want to set up a wireless connection to our enterprise wireless infrastructure however I can't create a connection without specifying specific user credentials. I would like our users to input their user credentials when trying to connect to the network via wireless. (HowTos)

Can I install it into an 8g usb flash drive?view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Or is putting the live image on there better, since you can modify content and have the option to install?  Basically I want linux on a flash drive so whenever I want to do something with wget or whatever I can pop it in, boot to linux and have a go.  I'm tied to windows because all my classes force me to use windows, so I can't really virtualize since one of my classes has me (HowTos)

Are thumbnails saved somewhere?view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hey I use Slackware 13.1 and browsing with Firefox. When I browse a site, and there are some image thumbnails which I don't open, are these "un-clicked" thumbnails saved somewhere in my computer after I shut down my system? Also, even if I actually click a thumbnail to view the image full-size, is this image saved somewhere (like a temp or something) after I turn off my laptop? Cheers (HowTos)

Links 4/11/2010: Fedora 15 to be Called Lovelock, Many Fedora 14 Reviews Now Available, OpenOffice.org Analysesview story

http://techrights.org – Contents GNU/Linux Distributions Devices/Embedded Free Software/Open Source Leftovers Clip of the Day GNU/Linux Daily Giveaways the Entire Month of November What does a Recompute DIY kit, a Brain Machine, and an Ice Tube Clock all have in common? The question is, Alex, What Are Things You Can Win From Linux Journal This Month. (General)

LXer: Salix OS 13.1.2 "KDE" is released! Screenshots Tourview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Published at LXer: Salix KDE edition is released. This is the very first official release of Salix KDE. this release includes the elegant KDE 4.4.3 accompanied by a very rich collection of KDE centric software, all in the size of a CD-ROM sized image. Salix OS is a Slackware-based Linux distribution that is simple, fast, easy to use and compatible with Slackware Linux. Read More... (HowTos)

Quick Guide to Typography: Learn and Be Inspiredview story

http://www.hongkiat.com – So you want to learn typography. You’re in good company! Typophile culture is booming on the Internet. The font revolution is a digital phenomenon, and its players all converge on the web. Image credit. Thanks to the Internet, there has never been a better time to learn typography. There is a wealth of top-notch resources to cultivate the beginner and nourish the expert font designer. (General)

Netactview similar to TCPview,a graphical network connections viewer for Linuxview story

http://ubuntuguide.net – Netactview (Net Activity Viewer) is a graphical network connections viewer for Linux, similar in functionality with Netstat. It includes features like process information, host name retrieval, automatic refresh and sorting. (HowTos)