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GoinEasy9

GoinEasy9

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    RE: Zoftilo Voice Chat
    I guess it would be worth looking at when it's released. I would like to see more technical info.
    Link to this post 06 Mar 13

    I guess it would be worth looking at when it's released. I would like to see more technical info.

  • GoinEasy9
    RE: First time for everything
    Welcome to Linux.com. It's always nice to share our knowledge of Linux with others. Hopefully, you can add to our knowledge base. Welcome aboard.
    Link to this post 27 Feb 13

    Welcome to Linux.com. It's always nice to share our knowledge of Linux with others. Hopefully, you can add to our knowledge base.

    Welcome aboard.

  • GoinEasy9
    RE: Hi Guys!
    Welcome to Linux.com markspend. There is a huge amount of information here. I also find subscribing to the websites RSS feed is also a way to keep up with new features, distros and general news about Linux. Welcome aboard.
    Link to this post 27 Feb 13

    Welcome to Linux.com markspend. There is a huge amount of information here. I also find subscribing to the websites RSS feed is also a way to keep up with new features, distros and general news about Linux.

    Welcome aboard.

  • GoinEasy9
    RE: Linksys drivers on Solus OS stable
    The drivers are here: http://support.linksys.com/en-us/support/adapters/WUSB11 Since it was used with Windows 98SE, Me, and 2000, Marc's advice to use ndiswrapper is appropriate. I doubt if you're going to find anyone using a device that old to give you first hand experience with it, but, the manuals for the device are also listed on the link I gave you.
    Link to this post 27 Feb 13

    The drivers are here: http://support.linksys.com/en-us/support/adapters/WUSB11

    Since it was used with Windows 98SE, Me, and 2000, Marc's advice to use ndiswrapper is appropriate.

    I doubt if you're going to find anyone using a device that old to give you first hand experience with it, but, the manuals for the device are also listed on the link I gave you.

  • GoinEasy9
    RE: installing Fedora 18 (latest release)
    Which of the spins did you write to the usb drive? Fedora folks have been using dd to write the images to their usb sticks, I've never used yum(m)i myself. On the live cd's the install icon would be on the desktop, if it's not there, something must be amiss. Are you sure yumi doesn't install to the usb stick, instead of just transferring the live cd to the stick? If it installs to the usb stick, there won't be an option to install.
    Link to this post 27 Feb 13

    Which of the spins did you write to the usb drive? Fedora folks have been using dd to write the images to their usb sticks, I've never used yum(m)i myself. On the live cd's the install icon would be on the desktop, if it's not there, something must be amiss.

    Are you sure yumi doesn't install to the usb stick, instead of just transferring the live cd to the stick? If it installs to the usb stick, there won't be an option to install.

  • GoinEasy9
    RE: Updating Ubuntu grub
    If you make your changes ONLY to /etc/default/grub, or, to the folders in /etc/grub.d/ and then execute update-grub. It should add those changes to grub.cfg. Any changes made to /etc/default/grub are overwritten by update-grub. There are 2 good Ubuntu postings on Grub2: here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Grub2 and here: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1664134 Or if your question is not answered, let me know. I'm hoping I understood what you were asking. And don't apologize, I often have to use a translator and have been disappointed at the results.
    Link to this post 28 Jan 13

    If you make your changes ONLY to /etc/default/grub, or, to the folders in /etc/grub.d/ and then execute update-grub. It should add those changes to grub.cfg. Any changes made to /etc/default/grub are overwritten by update-grub.

    There are 2 good Ubuntu postings on Grub2:

    here:
    https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Grub2

    and here:
    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1664134

    Or if your question is not answered, let me know. I'm hoping I understood what you were asking. And don't apologize, I often have to use a translator and have been disappointed at the results.

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