MultiBoot-Create your Multi-Boot LiveUSB Simplyview story

http://ubuntuguide.net – If you’re a Linux big fan,you’d have a couple of Linux distributions in your computer.And there is a free software called MultiBoot can make them all bootable in one liveusb,so that you won’t worry about how boring to burn them each. (HowTos)

Ubuntu on Core i3view story

http://www.lowtek.ca – I wanted to document my upgrade success to an Intel Core i3 based system, this will focus on running Ubuntu on this hardware configuration. (General)

Brother MFC5840CN scanner driverview story

http://www.ubuntux.org – I've had this installed and working under Ubuntu 9.04 using XSane 0.995. I believe it was installed as an USB unit also. The upgrade to XSane 0.996 seemed to cause it to stop working. Don't know why that might happen. (Distributions)

How To Speed Up Your Pendrive??view story

http://techie-blogger.com – It always has been a time consuming task to copy data from one system to other or to some portable device. Follow the steps to increase the performance of your usb flash drives. (General)

Google wants to clean up printer drivers, offers unified cloud-based printing architectureview story

http://www.downloadsquad.com – Filed under: Internet, OS Updates, web 2.0 (General)

Re: Network Problemsview story

http://www.ozzu.com – I am kinda new to the Linux world and was wondering if anyone knew how to find a driver for a Hawking Usb Network Adapter.. HWUN3.? I have looked but could find nothing. Maybe someone would know how to get it installed? I would appreciate some help... I am Using Ubuntu Karmic Koala. Thanks...It would be for ubuntu Karmic KoalaTopic Replies: 2 (HowTos)

Mobile Broadband and Qualcomm Proprietary Protocolsview story

http://blogs.gnome.org – NO PROTOCOL FOR YOU (General)

Linux Live USB Mediaview story

http://linuxo.com – Jamie's Random Musings: "It is pretty common these days for laptops, and even desktops, to be able to boot from a USB flash memory drive. So you can save a little time and a little money by converting various Linux distributions ISO images to bootable USB devices, rather than burning them to CD/DVD." (General)

SODIMM module gets baseboardview story

http://www.linuxfordevices.com – E-con Systems announced a baseboard to accompany the eSOM300, a Marvell PXA300-based processor module it announced last month. The & Alioth& development board includes an Ethernet port, three USB ports, a VGA output, a RS232/RS485 port, microSD slot, plus the option of touchscreen displays and a GPRS/GPS module, the company says.... (Embedded)

USB 3.5″ Media player with 80GB Hard Drive & remote controlview story

http://blog.softdux.com – (HowTos)