Type: Posts; User: Nayab Basha Sayed; Keyword(s):
As I made some threads relating software and usage of Linux, my activity is important to me. When I looked back at my recent activity, there is nothing. How can I view my older threads?
I prefer only command line interface for education purpose.
Only my name of course to ensure it's mine
Learn 'Lots of littles'. Eventually you will learn and gain 'Lots of Lots'.
Be a Linux Programmer. You will have a bright future ahead. Look forward to it when you join a company.
This may help you
You really don't need AV for Linux as your work is concerned.
Get used to Libre Office as it is compatible with MS Office.
Install 12.04 now and you can upgrade 12.04 to 14.04 without fresh...
To mount external hard drive, try this in your terminal
sudo mkdir /media/usbhd
enter password when it asks you. and enter the following command
sudo mount -t ntfs-3g /dev/sdb1 /media/usbhd
You forgot about Debian and Linux Mint.
Is it a spam?;-)
Thank you very much
I know there are different desktop environments. Is there separate terminal commands for each desktop environmet or same for all? What is the difference?
I checked their site. I know its histroty. Its definitely not a replacement for good configuration system :). I recommended here for education purpose only. Thank you again. :cool:.
You must be hobbyist then. Not a lot of people know about RPi.
Yes. For real time control it is very useful. TV can be used as screen. Accessories may be costly but don't need all of those. Still its better no?
The Raspberry Pi is a single board computer, credit card sized installed with Raspbian (based on Debian) Linux OS. Costs less than $30. Especially useful for students. Check here.
Raspberry Pi for...
00:00.0 Host bridge: Intel Corporation Mobile 945GM/PM/GMS, 943/940GML and 945GT Express Memory Controller Hub (rev 03)
00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation Mobile 945GM/GMS,...
I am using dell latitude d520 laptop installed withe lubuntu 13.10. I tried preferences --> Software & Updates --> Additional Drivers. Couldn't find it. Need help.
Try Glx-dock/Cairo-dock. Works for Ubuntu as well as Kubuntu.
OK. Thank you. I got it.
If any people still don't have clear idea why one should go for Linux, Check this article
Freedom, that is why I use Linux.
My laptop screen is blinking while charger is plugged in.. It stops blinking when charger is plugged out. Any solutions please