Réseau Windows et Suse...view story

http://forums.opensuse.org – Bonjour, J'ai installé Suse en machine virtuel sur un Windows 7 avec Virtual Box. J'ai configuré la machine virtuelle pour une connexion par pont. Avec Ubuntu qui est installé lui aussi sur Vbox je n'ai pas de problème il apparaît sur le réseau de windows et je peux échanger des fichiers via un dossier partagé d'Ubuntu. J'aimerai faire de même avec Suse mais la machine n'apparaît pas. (Distributions)

fast program on windowsview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hey at my new job we made three pieces that needed an arc put across all three. (see high precision attachment made with MS-PAINT) But we have to machine one piece at a time. So basically we did it the dumb way today because I didn't have time to think. Back at home I did some algebra and came up with some equations so we would have equations to figure out exactly where to mill. (HowTos)

[ubuntu] Can't find HP LaserJet 3015 on network, connected to a Win 7 PC thru USBview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I just installed Ubuntu 10.04, 32 bit, yesterday on my Dell Latitude 6500E and I am new to Linux. I can't find my HP LaserJet 3015 on my home network, even though it is connected to a new Windows 7, 64 bit PC thru USB. The other Windows PCs find it fine, and all 4 PCs can see each other on the network. (HowTos)

Dropbox howtoview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – NOTE: There is an updated Dropbox installation guide available on the wiki, see: http://crunchbanglinux.org/wiki/howto/h … up_dropbox-----First off, what is Dropbox? Well, according to the Dropbox website:Dropbox is the easiest way to share and store your files online.Having tried Dropbox myself, I have to agree that it is pretty sweet, and that is coming from a guy who runs rsync everyday. (HowTos)

Statler XFCE shortcut keys on Thinkpad with no ''super key''view story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – I've been using 9.04 OB for several months now, and had made a xmodmap file to remap the super key from the non-existent ''windows'' key on my Thinkpads, to use either the Caps Lock or the right Alt key.  This works great on my old install, but now that I've installed Statler XFCE, I can't get the shortcut keys to work at all on my Thinkpad.  Need a lit (HowTos)

A little about myself.... No questions yet; I've already found answersview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hi! I've been using Linux on and off for more than ten years, and I have found that there are ALWAYS things to learn! :study: On the other hand, Linux really isn't that hard to learn--if you have the right resources. (HowTos)

[ubuntu] Driver for Thomson Wireless 802.11G USB Adapterview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi, I'm a complete newb to Ubuntu but I thought I'd install it for the sake of keeping sane (ex Windows user, fingers crossed). I'm trying to get my very old PC to run wireless. Previous windows installations ran the adapter with no problems at all, but ubuntu can't seem to find the driver. Where do I get one from or what needs to be done to get this thing to work? Wes (HowTos)

Make KDE panel with different sized Main Menu than bar like Windows 7view story

http://forums.opensuse.org – Was wondering if there is a simple way to make the kickoff menu slightly larger than the panel similar to the way Windows 7 can have their (formerly-known-as) "Start" button larger? I have KDE on my laptop and am trying to make the best use of the small screen space. The Plasma Netbook Workspaces is alright, but I ended up returning to base KDE instead. (Distributions)

Wubi - Ubuntu 10.04.1 Installationview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Having installed Ubuntu 10.04.1 by wubi from XP I cant boot to start Ubuntu. The install app let me 2 options in windows loader. 1.- Windows Xp Professional. and 2.- Ubuntu. If I acces the frist option I get access to Windows Xp correctly but if select 2. (HowTos)

Searching for files in a directory listingview story

http://vim.wikia.com – ← Older revision Revision as of 23:06, August 31, 2010 Line 148: Line 148: ==Comments== ==Comments== - I sometimes use this trick on UNIX, where it's as simple as <code>find /some/directory | vim -</code>. (HowTos)