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Group Photography: Tips and Beautiful Examplesview story

http://www.hongkiat.com – We come into this world, we grow, we make friends, we look for opportunities and ultimately, we have to part with our friends and family members. Each one of us has been through this or will cross this path in our life eventually. We wish to live those beautiful and unforgettable moments again by turning back time which is obviously still a fiction. This is why we rely on photographs. (General)

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Unexpected results when triggered from cronview story

http://www.unix.com – Following script gives different results when triggered from Cron compared to when triggered from command line. It is not able to assign values to some variables when triggered from cron. Can any one help? Its a very simple script Script - Code: #! (HowTos)

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This is why you should use Internet Explorer 9view story

http://www.downloadsquad.com – Filed under: Microsoft, BrowsersIt's a little bit ironic: I was in San Francisco for the launch of IE9, yet I still haven't written anything about it. A lot has already been covered by Lee, but there are still a few hidden gems and neat details that you might not know about. (General)

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[ubuntu] hostname.domain not resolvingview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hello, I'm experiencing a weird DNS issues. (HowTos)

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vividwireless debuts WiMAX connected pocket WiFi access pointview story

http://www.itwire.com – vividwireless, the operator of WiMAX networks in Perth, Sydney and Melbourne, has added a battery-powered multi-user WiFi device, the ViViFi, to its line up of access devices. (IT news)

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Dynamic places (pipe menu)view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – This script generates a menu similar to #!'s default Places menu but it isn't static, so there's no need to update it all the time if you rearrange your home directory structure a lot. (HowTos)

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Screen broken into sectionsview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – I just installed ubuntu 9.1 on an inspiron 4000. The screen looks like like its been split and I can't see the options to try to change display options. I have uploaded a picture from my phone. It kinda sucks but it's there. I have tried "sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg". this gives me nothing but an empty prompt. I have also tried "sudo nano /etc/X11/xorg.conf". (HowTos)

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Tutorialview story

http://vim.wikia.com – Vim tutor: removing strange indenting ← Older revision Revision as of 00:48, September 23, 2010 Line 14: Line 14: ==Vim tutor== ==Vim tutor== - {{anchor|MetaCosm VimTutor}} + {{anchor|MetaCosm VimTutor}} Vim ships with its own tutorial. We highly recommended it! Follow the steps at {{help|tutor}}. (HowTos)

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Links 22/9/2010: Dell Announces Another Linux-powered Tablet, Facebook Adds to MySQLview story

http://techrights.org – Contents GNU/Linux Distributions Devices/Embedded Free Software/Open Source Leftovers Clip of the Day GNU/Linux Desktop Are Your Desktop Effects Slowing You Down? Whenever I perform a 3D benchmark in Linux one of the first questions I get asked about the results is: Where your desktop effects turned off? For those who are not aware, desktop effects are the “flash” that is en (General)

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simple script to find common strings in two filesview story

http://www.unix.com – Hi , I want to write a simple script. I have two files file1: BCSpeciality Backend CB CBAPQualDisp CBCimsVFTRCK CBDSNQualDisp CBDefault CBDisney CBFaxMCGen CBMCGeneral CBMCQualDisp file2: CSpeciality Backend CB CBAPQualDisp CBCimsVFTRCK CBDSNQualDisp CBDefault CBDisney CBFaxMCGen CBMCGeneral CBMCQualDisp CBPLQualDisp CBQualNonCID CBRColl CBRecon CBRepr2 CBRisk if the line is present in both f (HowTos)