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GoinEasy9

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    RE: GCC cross compile tool
    I think seeing the error messages that appeared after you executed the make command might tell where your problem is. You'll need to post them in order for anyone to help you.
    Link to this post 24 Mar 13

    I think seeing the error messages that appeared after you executed the make command might tell where your problem is. You'll need to post them in order for anyone to help you.

  • GoinEasy9
    RE: How to install open cloud?
    Open Cloud is a generic term. There are many large storage companies that offer cloud services, but, you would be syncing your files out in the cloud, and, for me, that decreases my privacy. Owncloud, which allows you to set up a cloud service on your own machine, is the way I would go. If it's not available in your distros repos yet, here's a how-to from the Debian based distro I use, siduction. http://news.siduction.org/2012/09/owncloud-as-an-alternate-to-dropbox-and-friends/
    Link to this post 24 Mar 13

    Open Cloud is a generic term. There are many large storage companies that offer cloud services, but, you would be syncing your files out in the cloud, and, for me, that decreases my privacy. Owncloud, which allows you to set up a cloud service on your own machine, is the way I would go. If it's not available in your distros repos yet, here's a how-to from the Debian based distro I use, siduction.

    http://news.siduction.org/2012/09/owncloud-as-an-alternate-to-dropbox-and-friends/

  • GoinEasy9
    RE: Fedora 18 Proplems.
    In Fedora, I use Autoten to install codecs. http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showthread.php?t=171660 Although I hear installing Google Earth is broken at the moment, every other option in Autoten is working great.
    Link to this post 20 Mar 13

    In Fedora, I use Autoten to install codecs.

    http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showthread.php?t=171660

    Although I hear installing Google Earth is broken at the moment, every other option in Autoten is working great.

  • GoinEasy9
    RE: BackTrack 5 R1 cant connect to wi fi !!!!
    A couple of years back, when I tried Backtrack, it came with wifi disabled. I'm sorry it's been a long time, so, I can't give you a how-to, but, poking around the systems or settings menu, or, the config to their network manager, should find you the wifi enable option. Of course, that is, if their disabling wifi is still default. Sorry I couldn't help you more, but, I didn't use Backtrack except for that one time.
    Link to this post 20 Mar 13

    A couple of years back, when I tried Backtrack, it came with wifi disabled. I'm sorry it's been a long time, so, I can't give you a how-to, but, poking around the systems or settings menu, or, the config to their network manager, should find you the wifi enable option.

    Of course, that is, if their disabling wifi is still default. Sorry I couldn't help you more, but, I didn't use Backtrack except for that one time.

  • GoinEasy9
    RE: Dell Vostro 1000 wireless connection
    If you follow the instructions on this link: http://linuxwireless.org/en/users/Drivers/b43 It will help you determine exactly what card you have and what driver will work with your card. Installation instructions are further down on the page. Unfortunately, older Broadcom chips are a bit problematic, but, getting the correct driver usually helps.
    Link to this post 06 Mar 13

    If you follow the instructions on this link:
    http://linuxwireless.org/en/users/Drivers/b43

    It will help you determine exactly what card you have and what driver will work with your card. Installation instructions are further down on the page. Unfortunately, older Broadcom chips are a bit problematic, but, getting the correct driver usually helps.

  • GoinEasy9
    RE: About Help Desk Software
    You might want to take a look at the applications n this page: http://www.linuxlinks.com/article/2010081511162877/TroubleTicketing.html Step by step instructions would be included in the manual of the program you think fits your needs. I don't know anyone here who uses Help Desk Software, or maintains it on a server, but, if you're patient, someone might respond who does.
    Link to this post 06 Mar 13

    You might want to take a look at the applications n this page:
    http://www.linuxlinks.com/article/2010081511162877/TroubleTicketing.html

    Step by step instructions would be included in the manual of the program you think fits your needs.

    I don't know anyone here who uses Help Desk Software, or maintains it on a server, but, if you're patient, someone might respond who does.

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