[HOWTO] Make Siduction Sexyview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – This is the successor to my previous crunchy aptosid guide, which is even better than before! This guide no longer depends on crunchbang repos or scripts.DIFFICULTY: Easy-ModeratePREQUISITES===============1. Siduction livecd/usb (LXDE)2. A computer3. Basic Linux Know-howOBJECTIVES=================1. Make a highly functional and minimalistic environment2. (HowTos)

Flash not working in Firefoxview story

http://askubuntu.com – I have installed Ubuntu 11.10 in my system with gnome shell. When I try to watch any videos on any video streaming website in Firefox, I am not able to watch. At the same time those videos can be played in Chromium browser. I have already installed Flash 11 and the Flash plugin for Firefox as well. (HowTos)

Apache on Win32: Slow Transfers of single, static files in HTTP, fast in HTTPSview story

http://serverfault.com – I have a wierd problem with Apache 2.2.15 on Windows 2000 Server SP4. Basically, I am trying to serve larger static files, images, videos etc. The download seems to be capped at around 550kB/s even over 100Mbit LAN. I tried other protocols (FTP/FTPS/FTP+ES/SCP/SMB), and they are all in the multi-megabyte range. (HowTos)

CentOS Adding Hard Disksview story

http://serverfault.com – I currently have a server with 500GB storage (2 physical disks, raid 0) and its already full. I've asked my provider for an upgrade of additional 1TB storage (2 physical, raid 0). These are all hardware based raid. Almost all files from /usr/local/nginx/html are videos and have consumed the first hard disk raid. (HowTos)

How to watch YouTube Videos with ads free on Opera browserview story

http://gamblis.com – This tutorial applies for Opera browser users only. No matter you are running Windows or Linux, as long as you have Opera browser installed, you can use the following tutorial to remove ads while watching YouTube videos. All you need is to install the Opera extension called YouTube AdsFree. This extension will remove the ads [...] (HowTos)

Jerky/laggy scrollingview story

http://askubuntu.com – I run 11.10 with unity, NVidia Quadro NVS 140M with driver 280.13. In a fresh session, graphics performance is ok. However, after a while or with some open applications, 2D-scrolling performance degrades heavily. Scrolling through a 800-line text file takes half a minute, with frequent freezes in the process, rendering any text editing mostly unusable for me. (HowTos)

The GCHQ cyber puzzle has been solved, with videos!view story

http://www.itwire.com – The recently promoted cyber puzzle has been solved by many people; now we have a full video of all the steps. (IT news)

Gnome Shell unredirect fullscreen videoview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Hi,Does anybody know if there is a switch to turn on unredirect fullscreen video playback in gnome shell like in kde or compiz?Any time I play video in gnome shell it's really choppy. (HowTos)

[ubuntu] Issues with built-in AC97 detectionview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hello! I recently encountered a problem with my built-in sound card on a three-and-a-bit-year-old Acer 7520G which I recently installed Linux on. The card itself is a Realtek AC97. This computer did the same earlier on with Windows, which I didn't even try to fix because I didn't need this computer for anything but now I decided to try whether this would work with Linux. (Hardware)

Should I install the ubuntu-restricted-extras package?view story

http://askubuntu.com – I installed Mozilla Firefox beta 9 and the Mozilla flash plugin as a .tar.gz file. I unpacked it, installed it and now I can watch Youtube videos smoothly. But I want to play mp3 codecs and other restricted stuff on my laptop. Should I uninstall the flash plugin for Mozilla Firefox or just install the ubuntu-restricted-extras package (which contains everything I need)? (HowTos)