Wallpaper, rather large file.
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Wallpaper, rather large file.
The best method is using ffmpeg, a simple way to make a directory full of images into videos is:
ffmpeg -f image2 -i image%d.jpg video.mpg
Read up on the manual (man ffmpeg or html...
Follow this tutorial and use that method to install NVIDIA drivers from now on in Ubuntu installations, it's less tedious to maintain. It seems to be pretty up to date with the latest drivers also.
I don't think it's the repos, I've installed it on two separate machines. It could be the process of importing your old Firefox settings. Clearing out ~/.mozilla would've surely fixed the issue...
Nope, there is definitely a theme section. Did you completely close Firefox before installing? Sometimes Firefox might hang around a little while after you close it and it looks like Firefox is...
OK there's a stable release for Firefox 3.6 (no Namoroka). It's from the Mozilla Team's Firefox Stable PPA:
Only, the font rendering...
I'm considering a distro change. I think the updates are going to be in the next Ubuntu release, but that's still uncertain and the wait is too long for simple application updates. I've been dealing...
Thanks for replying. I've had no luck with it. It seems like Firefox 3.6 on Ubuntu disregards user font settings all together.
What's the status on the font rendering? Has anyone found a solution for it? I've tried installing through Ubuntuzilla, directly from Mozilla via /opt, and also Mozilla's Daily PPA, but the problem...
Use the GetDeb repositories, I currently have VLC 1.0.4 Goldeneye.
You check and make sure it's not an extension by starting Firefox in safemode: firefox -safe-mode
. Since it's still not a stable release, Firefox 3.5.8pre, it could just be a Firefox bug.
Try using update-rc.d:
sudo update-rc.d -f gdm remove
You can use Arch if you wish, but if I were I would use my energy where it's wanted. Help around here or Fedora forums, they also have a nice community like Ubuntu. And of course there is the Debian...
Frontpage was a horrendous piece of software to design web pages with. If you're curious about web design at all you should learn CSS/HTML enough to write with an editor like Gedit/Kate. It seems...
Fantastic! Just what I was looking for. Thank you.
Does anyone know if there are any packages for guitar tuners? I have yet to find one that takes MIC input.
I would suggest upgrading to KDE 4.3.4, a lot of people have claimed more improvements in the UI, snappier responses and smooth drawing. You can grab the packages from the Kubuntu backport.
KPackageKit is going to receive lots of love in the near future, focusing on being more at par with it's Ubuntu Synaptic counter part, so hang in there.
Thunderbird definitely. Make sure you grab the latest 3.0, it has much improved design & usability. Thunderbird 3 is a very sleek application comparison to Evolution.
You can use Greasemonkey scripts like "Youtube without Flash Auto," which uses embeded browser players like mplayer, totem, vlc, or gnome-mplayer. It also supports multiple browsers.
I would definitely like to see the Grub eye candy thats been floating around on the forums. I doubt we'll see it on Lucid due to stability issues.
Inkscape is also a fantastic utitlity for graphic design.
Great video, looking forward to more.
Use the create new profile option, but when you create a new profile make sure you click on "Choose Folder" button and direct it to your old profile folder.