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Ubuntu: Maverick guide (Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat) Documentation

Posted 11-12-2010 at 12:44 AM by allu john sudhakar

go to this link you will find ubuntu 10.10 documentation

Ubuntu: Maverick guide (Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat) Documentation



http://ubuntuguide.org/wiki/Ubuntu:M...ows_and_Ubuntu

Allu John Sudhakar
System/Network Administrator
UCE,OU Osmania University
Hyderbad
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guitar pro 6 on 64 bit Ubuntu

Posted 11-10-2010 at 03:23 PM by jkzfixme

Guitar Pro 6. It ROCKS. It rocks out on Penguin Power. This is the first time I have paid for software in years ( they offer a trial version as well). What more can you ask for ? I have been using Guitar Pro since 99 when I lived in Paris, and it has helped me learn countless songs. There is however a catch , it only officially supports 1386 architecture. Not to worry, if you are rocking 64 bits of awesome like me you can just bring up a terminal and do the following.

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eof marker on tape

Posted 11-09-2010 at 09:37 PM by mervclel
Tags eof

When using the 'mt' command:
I am using a linux system with a HP_Ultrium_960 (800GB) tape drive. I inadvertantly used the 'weof' command when testing and wrote an 'eof' marker at the beginning of the tape. I have used the command 'gtar -ztvf /dev/rmt/2' and get an 'unexpected end of file' prompt.
Can I reverse this 'eof' placement somehow? Also can I use commands such as the 'fsf' to read after the 'eof' marker. I need to retrieve the data.

Appreciate if someone could...
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No chlorine needed in the Linux gene pool!

Posted 11-09-2010 at 06:52 PM by rich_c

After reading Paul Hudson’s article entitled 24 things we’d change about Linux, I exchanged a few emails with him. As I understand it, his underlying point is that all the lovely diversity between Linux distros makes it hard for an experienced Linux user to provide advice/support to newer users. This, amongst other things, presents a barrier to wider adoption.

From my point of view, I came to the conclusion that the answer is to RTFM. Fortunately, ‘the fine manual’ is something...
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Almost that time of year.

Posted 11-09-2010 at 06:00 PM by peonuser

Ordered more temp sensors. Might as well since they are free. The first set should be here tomorrow.

Reluctantly, set up a mswinxp machine as a home automation controller. Had to recompile some control code. The web side was pretty much plug and play.

An old ladder and some dead motherboards are about to make a maybe geeky xmas tree?

It's turkey chili night!
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