Easy way to install Ubuntu 8.04 from hard disk

tipsThis method is contributed by freeflyfish , I have tested it. It is really very easy way to install Ubuntu 8.04 from hard disk.

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How to install Mplayer codecs in openSUSE 11-x86_64

tipsx86_64 version needs corresponding 64 bit codecs,that is key to install mplayer in a x86-64 version linux.

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Fedora tips-yum error -existing lock /var/run/yum.pid: another copy

tipsIf you see error infor. "Existing lock /var/run/yum.pid: another copy",that means Yum is updating by itself,no worry. Of course,you may shut down the updating process by below two ways:~

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How to disable/enable touchpad in Ubuntu

tipsThere is a simple way to disable/enable your laptop's touchpad in Ubuntu without removing synaptics driver,so when you want to enable your touchpad ,you no need to re-install the driver

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How to cancel NVIDIA logo on booting

tipsNormally, once you have sussccessfully installed NVDIA displayer driver,then you should see the NVIDIA logo when booting the computer. If you don't like it,you can cancel this logo.

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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
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Fedora tips-speed up yum downloading

tipsI was ever sick of Fedora's yum downloading speed,because i am in out of America.After read several documents,i found out the way to speed up yum downloading.Their are 2 principles to speed up yum downloading,the first is to use better download tool,the sencond is to user faster source.You know,yum supports plugin,this fuction brings us more convinences.I have sumed up my experience to be 3 points to instruct how to speed up yum downloading as following:~

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Ubuntu tips-grap full screen /active window

tipsIn ubuntu, how  to grap full-screen or active windows at any time ? Actually it is very simple ,if you want to grab full-screen  ,you just need to click the PrtScr(laptop:Fn+PrtScr) key .if you just want to grasp active window ,you just need to  press Alt + PrtScr key(laptop:Fn+Alt+PrtScr)

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Tell you how to remove the old kernels after upgrading to Gutsy

I upgraded my Ubuntu 7.04 to 7.10 Test 5 just now,but I found my main partition lost almost 1G space.The reason is that upgrade system will not delete your old kernels automatically while upgrading Ubuntu. The old kernels take much space of partition and normally we seldom use those order kernels again,let's delete them in save way for freeing more space.

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