problem ubuntu software center,linuxdcppview story

http://www.ubuntux.org – i've been using ubuntu9.10 since 1 month. But recently due to some error in installation of google desktop(package is partially installed),The package installer is giving the error that there is already a program running in software center/synaptic package manager,so it cant install any package. (Distributions)

Display resolutionview story

http://www.linuxforums.org – Installed Ubuntu 9.10 onto a clean system, then adjusted the screen resolution to display on (16:9) and then saved the changes thinking that I could re-adjust as necessary. I can't seem to re-adjust the resolution again because the System-Preferences-Display adjustment screen won't scroll down enough to let me change the settings again. Almost everything that I need to adjust is off-screen. (HowTos)

SPL-C ERROR When attempting to print from Linux to Samsung 315 CLP printerview story

http://www.linuxforums.org – I am a newbie I posted this question before & received answers, but after attempting to apply the fix (Unsuccessful), I cannot find my original post (or replies). I recall the suggestion to download the Samsung CLP-315 driver F002qpdl.rkka.com/. when I attempted the download from Samsung, "it" defaulted to Unified Linux Driver _100.tar.gz. Is this correct?. (HowTos)

SiS in Ubuntuview story

http://www.linuxforums.org – I have a problem with the video card driver on my computer. I am running Ubuntu 9.04 and my chipset is SiS761GX. The problem is a that there are 2 fuzzie lines on the right and left side. My settings are 1024x768 resolution and 60Hz refresh rate. I have used the VESA driver in other distros like Puppy 4.2 and that worked great. How do I install VESA in Ubuntu 9.04? (HowTos)

A Linux-wide command neededview story

http://www.linuxforums.org – I'm developing a program, and I would like to add a script, which would download the optional packages for the program. I'm hesitating whether it is worthy to bother myself with this topic, or just to let the end-user take care of the install, but anyway I need an universal command line command which would let the program become super user in order to be able to install few packages. (HowTos)

Ubuntu GDMview story

http://www.linuxforums.org – How can I revert Ubuntu Koala's login screen manager back to the old version so I can have custom login screens? How can I do this without the tty command line? (HowTos)

How can I rotate display 90° to use portrait mode?view story

http://www.linuxforums.org – Using Ubuntu 9.10 and switching between gnome and kde for different tasks. (HowTos)

Ubuntu Gnu Grub?view story

http://www.linuxforums.org – Hi. I am using the latest version of Ubuntu Linux. I've been using it for about a month. One day, as i booted up my computer, something didn't go as planed. It started to boot up, but it went to some screen that said: "Gnu Grub version 1.97 beta 4 (HowTos)

Move WUBI to a USB Flash Driveview story

http://www.pendrivelinux.com – WUBI on USB? In the following tutorial, I'll show you how we moved a WUBI Ubuntu install to a USB [...] (HowTos)

Read-only permission on a zip fileview story

http://www.linuxforums.org – Hi, I have mounted an external hard disk onto my Ubuntu 9.10 system. the hard disk has three partitions; an ntfs, fat32, and a HFS+ Mac OS X (0xaf). I have a folder on the HFS partition called 'folder1' and want to copy it and all its contents over to the ntfs partition. (HowTos)