Easy way to install libdvdcss2 and w64codecs for Ubuntu 8.10 AMD-64 bit

As 32 bit system,you need to install some Window codecs to play rmvb & rm format video.For 32 bit system,It is easy to find w32codecs from internet to install,but for AMD-64 version system like Ubuntu 8.10 AMD-64,you might need to spend some time to look for 64 bit codecs-w64codecs. I have a easy way to install w62codecs and libdvdcss2 in 3 minutes as followings :)

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Ubuntu 8.10 Beta:No mouse,keyboard response

After routine updated my Ubuntu 8.10beta yesterday,I found mouse,keyboard &touchpad all of them had no response,well beta is beta :), I solved this issue by adding below lines to /etc/X11/xorg.conf. If you are not familiar with terminal mode,you can just use your live cd into the Ubuntu, and then go to Places->the Partition in which your Ubuntu 8.10 beta installed,open the terminal and run:sudo nautilus ,and then just open the /etc/X11/xorg.conf with gedit and add below lines,save and restart the computer.

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Speed up ubuntu boot speed

tipsAfter I upgraded my Ubuntu to 8.04 from 7.10 ,I found  the booting speed became to be slow,especially after I deleted KDE (i installed KDE once). I have speeded up the boot speed ,I share my experience as follow:

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Stackswitch-a amazing plugin for Compiz Fusion

systemtoolStackswtch is a  Compiz Fusion plugin for switching windows with dramatic effects, please see below video for details

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OpenSUSE 11.0 is available for download!

opensuse-logoOpenSuse community already has OpenSUSE 11.1 stable version for downloading!
openSUSE 11.0 includes a brand-new installer
There have been many improvements and changes to ZYpp
Use KDE4 for KDE version
openSUSE's Desktop Effects (Compiz) have been improved

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How to install Fedora 9 audio and video decodes

tipsFedora 9 audio player solutions:
# yum install rhythmbox gstreamer-plugins-ugly gstreamer-plugins-bad gstreamer-ffmpeg
Either

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SanDisk Cruzer Micro thumble USB stick doesn't support Fedora LiveUSB sticks?

help-iconI bought a 4G Sandisk Cruzer Mico Thumble USB flash today,I tested it with Vista,all are just fine,it supports Vista's Readyboost very well,however it doesn't support Fedora LiveUSB stick which was creat by Liveusb-creator.Whenever I boot it,i just see a blinking "-" ,nothing else.What's wrong with it?

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Tips for installing KDE 4 on Ubuntu

Those tips are also suitable for Kubuntu.
First of all,we need to add source for KDE4,as I guess most of sources you are using still haven't supplied KDE 4 packages.

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How to make the boot menu always time out?

If you are sick of the screen says""Booting Fedora in N seconds, press any key to enter boot menu" and waits N seconds till booting start for Fedora 8,you can try this tips:

Edit the /boot/grub/grub.conf file and place a # infront of hidden. It will now always bring up the boot list.

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How to recover Ubuntu screen splash

After installing KDE/Kubuntu upon Ubuntu,the screen splash will change to be Kubuntu-splash.Many friends don't know how to turn back to Ubuntu-splash,in fact,it is easy just one command:

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