[ubuntu] Wireless networking and DNS problemview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I have a wireless card and though I can connect to the wireless network through the wireless router, I am having problems bringing up a web page. I tried to ping the DNS servers, but it does not respond to any pings though an Internet server does allow me to ping it. When I first set it up, it worked just fine and then a few hours later, it would not work anymore. (HowTos)

Bash vi mode not working perfectview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hey guys, I am trying to use bash vi mode by issuing "set -o vi" but I am facing two issues; first many of the vi commands are not working and second once I am in the command mode by pressing the Esc key just after I press a single button (e.g., b to go back a word) the mode changes to the normal insert mode. I'm wondering whether there is a way around these two problems. (HowTos)

basefont tag in firefoxview story

http://forums.opensuse.org – This may (or may not) duplicate yester64's post but I'm trying to learn html and I've been going crazy with the <basefont /> tag. KompoZer, Opera, and Firefox all ignore it. However, any <font /> tag I use works with no problems What's really maddening is that I copied the file to the windows side and IE works wonderfully with the same file although Firefox still ignores it!!! (Distributions)

Managing your businessview story

http://dedicatedhostingweb.org – Building a business is time consuming and stressful, as you try to ensure that everything runs smoothly in order to provide an efficient service for customers as well as locating new customers. As most of the company information is kept online it is crucial that your hardware and software are updated regularly and managed carefully which is a twenty four hour role. (HowTos)

Need for Games, please post the names of native Linux games hereview story

http://forums.opensuse.org – Hello everyone, Its about 6 month I'm with Linux and since 2 months with Suse. Since the day I migrated to Linux I frequently encountered a question "are games available for Linux?" When I first installed Ubuntu 6 months back I found out basic games like freecell, spider, mine sweeper and others. Its the same games that ship with Windows too. (Distributions)

External NTFS USB drive not accessible by Windowsview story

http://forums.opensuse.org – I've been using it for a couple of years, it has been mounted various ways and into various places, for the past year under Suse 11.2 Suddenly I discover that it's not accessible in Windows anymore. Drive gets an assigned letter but can't be opened. (Distributions)

High-end Android sliders ready to roll from Motorola, HTCview story

http://www.linuxfordevices.com – A photo of a T-Mobile-destined, Android-based HTC & G1 Blaze& phone has popped up on Engadget, and Droid Life has unveiled Motorola's Droid 2, due for a Verizon launch next month. Meanwhile, Verizon's Droid X delay has been extended, some minor screen and security problems have emerged, and the phone has been rooted but not fully conquered, according to reports.... (Embedded)

Finding Reliable Web Hosting In A World Of Sales Pitchesview story

http://dedicatedhostingweb.org – It does not matter whether you want to host a five page website for a local charity or whether you intend to run an e-commerce operation complete with huge database and bandwidth requirements, the important thing is that everyone wants a web host that they can rely on and trust to deliver on promises, pay attention to their problems and support their needs. (HowTos)

Dedicated hosting – common misconceptionsview story

http://dedicatedhostingweb.org – Owning your own business website is an ideal situation that many believe is unreachable without great expense. There are still many big and small businesses out there that could benefit tremendously from dedicated hosting by EUKHost. Dedicated hosting allows you to have your own server, on which your website is hosted. (HowTos)

[ubuntu] Help with eth1view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi, I'm running LTSP with 2 network cards. Eth0 is used to boot into the thin client. This is working fine - no problems with this. Now I'm trying to configure eth1 which is to connect to the Internet through my router. However, there is no connection. This is the output from etc/network/interfaces: (HowTos)