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Entagged is a audiofile tagger, using the freedb online database for the retrieval of the tags.view story

http://linuxlandit.blogspot.com – Entagged is a audiofile tagger, using the freedb online database for the retrieval of the tags. It supports custom file renaming from tags (with any directory stucture) and vice versa. Supports: mp3, ogg, flac, mpc, ape, wma. (HowTos)

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[xubuntu] Xubuntu 12.04, Pogo.com, Javaview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I am running Xubuntu 12.04. I have been running Ubuntu for several years (Micro$oft-free). I have been playing Hearts and Spades on Pogo.com for years, running many flavors of Linux - mostly Ubuntu/Xubuntu. I just recently installed Xubuntu 12.04 and have Gnome installed. Now when I try to play Spades at Pogo.com, I get part-way in and the app crashes. I'm thinking JAVA Plugin? (Hardware)

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Text-mode in a GUI world?view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – IntroductionIn principle, I'm a text-mode/command-line/console/terminal junkie. If I could practically work on a machine without X, I would. Having said that, how practical is it to stick to text-mode applications? (HowTos)

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Firefox is not anchored in the KDE panelview story

http://chakra-project.org – Sorry for my bad english.SteveK wrote:You need to make sure that launchers are unlocked (right click an empty area of icon-tasks).  Note this is different from unlocking widgets.The launchers are unlocked, they're blocked was not going to add the firefox launcher.Please can you be more specific about what isn't being 'anchored'.  Do you see the little icon tasks drop (HowTos)

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Is gcc portable between all 64 bit linux machinesview story

http://askubuntu.com – I'm doing work remotely by connecting to a Linux terminal with ssh. The machine I'm connecting to is a 64 bit x86 Linux machine. My computer is also 64 bit Ubuntu machine with an x86 processor. I need to hand in program assignments that compile with gcc and run on remote machine or they will not be graded. (HowTos)

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Where to put user-specific environment variables to make them available in bash and to the applications run from Gnome3view story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I'm trying to run IntelliJ from Gnome3's Applications menu, but it complains the JAVA_HOME variable is not set. I have the Java installation under my home folder. I managed to export the variable in my ~/.bashrc and I successfully ran IntelliJ from the command line. I guess it's normal that configuration seem to be ignored by Gnome3. I tried to put the same line export JAVA_HOME=~/jdk1.6.0_32 (HowTos)

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Some alternative terminal emulators for Gnome terminal in Ubuntuview story

http://www.linuxandlife.com – For many Linux users, the terminal is arguably one of the most used applications. With various text-based applications, you can do almost all the basic tasks in the terminal, ie using it as a web browser, an irc and chat client, a mail client, a text edior, a music player or even a video player ... In Ubuntu, the default terminal emulator is Gnome Terminal and it really got the job done. (Distributions)

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How to enable wireless when booting from a CD?view story

http://askubuntu.com – So, I have finally gotten Ubuntu to dual boot on my laptop (yet only from a CD, which is fine with me right now) but the wireless does not work. Before I actually install this, I need to know that wireless and java applications work. Like RuneScape for example. I don't want to install a new OS on my main computer that I use if it cannot run RuneScape or even simple YouTube. (HowTos)

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[ubuntu] java not workingview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – dear all, I have now tried several times to download Java for either vpn connections or use of digital photoprinting software and other things, I have gone over the links from the official java homepage, the ubuntu wiki page and different online terminal codes, ... but it seems there still is no working java applet on my computer, i cannot activate java in my browser and don't know if there is an (Hardware)

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I want to get out of my confort zone witch is JAVA please help.view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I am hopeless each time I try to learn properly a new language I always end falling back to the one I know best witch is java. I have decided not to do it this time so I want to choose one of the 2 languages Ruby/rubyRails or Python, I am really not sured witch one to put the energy on. any suggestion ? (Hardware)