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    [ubuntu] Re: Simplify live CD layout on flash drive

    I also have a 16GB "Swiss army drive", but with SLAX, BackTrack 3, and Tiny Core and a bunch of Windows portable apps. Just out of curiosity, may you post your menu.lst?

    Also, what filesystem do...
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    [all variants] Re: Boot ISO from HD using GRUB2?

    I agree with the Unetbootin answers above. However, just to be thorough, you can actually boot from *.iso files using USB flash drives. It's not easy, however, for most Linux distros that require...
  3. [all variants] Re: Multi-Person Video Conference software Or Video Broadcasting

    DimDim.com: open-source web-based conferencing. DimDim with Ubuntu; DimDim 4.5 on Ubuntu 8.10. I haven't tried this myself, but I've been meaning to.

    OpenMeetings: a cross-platform java-based...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Creating a Live USB

    This article from pendrivelinux.org might help: "How to Install SUSE to a USB Flash Drive"
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    [other] Re: Full Install to USB

    This website has tons of info on USB-based distros: http://www.pendrivelinux.com/

    On my 16GB flash drive, I have Slax, Tinycore and Pubuntu (a coLinux based Ubuntu that runs in Windows).
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    [ubuntu] Re: Title mp3 files

    I use Audio Tag Tool: apt-get install tagtool

    This utility can do single or batch renaming of mp3 files based on ID3 or ID3v2 tagging, and vice versa.
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    [ubuntu] Re: How was the original gcc compiled?

    GCC compiled itself: http://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/History

    Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GCC
  8. [ubuntu] Re: connecting two ubuntu pc's through local wireless

    scp (the file copy command from the OpenSSH package) is the easiest way to copy files from one computer to another over a wired or wireless network. You will need to setup an ssh server on one or...
  9. Thread: Rotorscope

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    Re: Rotorscope

    Just googled some GPL rotoscoping applications, that I will try out:

    Rotoscope, apparently for photos only.

    U. of Washington student project, very alpha

    Cheap auto-rotoscoping script using...
  10. [xubuntu] Re: Can't Find Way To Install Xbuntu to a Pen Drive

    Try unetbootin, a gui utility to create bootable live USB drives for a variety of distros.

    If you want to know more about Linux installs to pendrives, you should peruse the articles at...
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    Re: Portable Cygwin v.s. alternatives?

    Cygwin Portable. Download it and unzip to your usb drive.

    More portable Win32 software at portableapps.com
  12. [ubuntu] Re: How can I make my wireless card work on Ubuntu 8.10?

    Check out this thread: linksys wpc11 ver 4. I found it by googling "wpc11 ubuntu"; there were lots of hits, so if that thread doesn't help, you can probably find one that does. Good luck!
  13. [ubuntu] Re: Dell D630 problem with multiple monitors?Help???

    Try the Dual Monitor HowTo.

    I use a D630 with a nVidia Quadro NVS 135M mobile GPU. I use nvidia-settings for dual monitors.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Wireless Issues

    I successfully use a Broadcom BCM4328 based wifi chip, for Hardy. The restricted Broadcom STA wireless driver doesn't work. You have to use ndiswrapper.

    This guide, although written for Feisty,...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Convert flv to mpeg2

    A suggestion from a discussion at the Puppy Linux forums. One of the posts suggests the following ffmpeg command for converting flv to mpeg-2:


    ffmpeg -i file.flv -ab 128 -ar 44100 -b 500 -ac 2...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Unreal Tournament 99 error

    Unreal 1999 works fine for me under Hardy. Your problem sounds like the one in this thread: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=8053

    Another informal "how-to" is at...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Issue installing CDfs

    I'm still on Hardy 8.04 x64. After installing cdfs-src with apt-get, I did the following:


    root@host:~# module-assistant build cdfs
    Extracting the package tarball, /usr/src/cdfs.tar.bz2, please...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Issue installing CDfs

    When compiling software from source, you usually have to be root ie. prepend 'sudo' to your 'make' command.

    Fortunately, you don't have to muck around with source compiling: there is a cdfs...
  19. [ubuntu] Re: can't install flash, can't find installation path

    In Ubuntu, the proprietary Adobe flashplayer binary resides under /var/lib/flashplugin-nonfree/, and is symlinked with /etc/alternatives/mozilla-flashplugin

    BTW, to install the 64-bit Flashplayer...
  20. [ubuntu] Re: Automatic Wireless Connection (At Startup)?

    May I suggest Wicd. It's a network manager GUI utility that supports WEP, WPA and autoconnect. I'm using it as an alternative to Gnome's default network manager.

    Ubuntu documentation on Wicd.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Installing Ubuntu 8.04.1 FROM a usb key

    Here's something that I just stumbled upon: UNetbootin.

    "UNetbootin allows for the installation of various Linux/BSD distributions to a partition or USB drive, so it's no different from a...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Installing Ubuntu 8.04.1 FROM a usb key

    Apparently, Ubuntu will support USB installations in future versions.

    Regarding the difficulty of creating a USB key version of a Linux CD; have you ever tried making a bootable Windows (Barts PE)...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Installing Ubuntu 8.04.1 FROM a usb key

    Basically, instead of burning the *.iso file to a usb keydrive, you have to copy files from the *.iso file to the usb key, then make the usb key bootable.

    The usb key will then act like a live...
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    Re: How tos on SSH-ing

    Here are some links for the SSH software mentioned above:

    OpenSSH for Windows: SSH server and client for Windows

    PuTTY Portable: portable PuTTY, an SSH client for Windows, that you can run...
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    Re: FREE Linux MMORPGs?

    Apparently Planeshift is free to play.
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