[ubuntu] Wubi installed ubuntu corrupted windows user profileview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi, I'm a newbie to ubuntu and jhave just installed it. Last night i booted it up and went looking for my pictures, music doccuments etc on my hard disk. (Hardware)

AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note Review, It’s time to be noteworthyview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – When it came to phones for 2011, the two hottest phones in terms of buzz had to be the Galaxy Nexus and the Galaxy Note. Interestingly enough, both phones are made by Samsung. The buzz for the Galaxy Nexus was surrounded around Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich whereas the Galaxy Note was all about it’s mammoth 5.3-inch display and stylus, dubbed the S Pen. (IT news)

Support Help with MMS please...view story

http://androidforums.com – Hi. I am wondering if anyone knows why I can use my stock sms to send mms pictures but nothing like GO SMS or Pansi SMS will send the message. GO SMS will keep trying and eventually just say sending failed. And Pansi SMS just continues to try sending, ultimately it never sends. I use the stock sms to send a picture and it sends in the matter of seconds. (General)

[xubuntu] Archiving only dot directories (+sub-diectories) and files in home directoryview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – How do I backup dot directories, dot sub-directories and dot files residing in /home/user/ to an archive? Normally I would run something like the following, but that doesn't seem to work on hidden folders and files: Code: tar -czvf pictures.tar.gz ~/Pictures I am using Xubuntu 11.10 (Hardware)

Unable To Write To Samba Home Directoriesview story

http://askubuntu.com – So I have samba setup and running on my Ubuntu box. I've successfully logged in on my WinXP machine, and was able to browse my home directories but an unable to create files, folders, etc. No write access. In my samba config, I have set the this line read only = no, thus granting access to write to my home directories. (HowTos)

Greetings from the Netherlandsview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – Hello.I have rebuilt an old pc with parts i had still lying around, and set it up with Crunchbang.It's an Athlon 64 3400 (socket 754), 1 gig of ram, a Nvidia 9500 graphics card and a 160 gig harddisk.I have set it up with a Firefly theme, which i think is fitting for this machine.So far i like it, i tried several distributions on this pc, but Crunchbang is very fast and easy to install.It als (HowTos)

SSH "Host key verification failed"view story

http://askubuntu.com – Hi everybody! I am supposed to put up a file on a server from my own computer with ssh as a school assignment. It has been a slow process but now im stuck. I have googled but not found anything that has helped. As I am a total biginner at this it is probably some stupid fault I-ve done but if someone could help me out (easy instructions, expect me to do it wrong ;) ) it would be great. (HowTos)

No prompt from Solaris to WinXP Hyperterminalview story

http://www.unix.com – hi I am new to unix and have found a SPARCstation 5 in the shed. (HowTos)

Samsung announces the Galaxy Beam with built-in 15 lumens projector for beaming your photos and videos onto wallsview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Hot off the heels off the announcement of the Galaxy Tab 2, Samsung just announced the Galaxy Beam, which is a projector smartphone. This might actually be one of the coolest new devices for Mobile World Congress. Interestingly enough, Samsung showed this concept almost 2-years ago. (IT news)

AT&T Announces It Will Carry The HTC One X Smartphoneview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – We just saw HTC announce the One X smartphone, but we were waiting to see which carrier would carry the device out here in the States. Well now it’s official gang— the HTC One X is on its way Stateside thanks to AT&T. AT&T has not only announced it will bring the 4G LTE device to the U.S., but it will be its first Android 4.0 and Beats Audio smartphone. (IT news)