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Introduction to Linux - A Hands on Guide
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To convert web-pages into PDF file in ubuntu 10.10 is very easy way.
just press Ctrl and P and you will see a new box called Print.
In that you will see Print to file in printer section.
Now just press Print to file now you can see Name box and Output Formate
first you have select (.) PDF and and now you move to Name place and give and name to that file Exp:- xxx.pdf and now go to save in folder: place just press it to change to save on desktop. And press Print box....
The current version of Firefox for Slackware 13.1 is mozilla-firefox-3.6.13 from the patches directory. Always use the latest version to get the latest security updates.
If you want to play Flash content, compile and install flash-player-plugin (10.3_d162) from SlackBuilds.org. The older versions had some serious security issues. I installed the plugin, then visited the Adobe Flash website so Adobe Flash will store a cookie on my computer....
I installed Linux onto my desktop after my Windows Vista crashed and my backup didn't work. I have an Acer (yes I know it sucks) and there was no backup disc. I do have my files backed up on Click free. Anyways, windows was driving me nuts and I procrastinated installing Linux for a year. But,obviously, the Linux god told me it was time to learn. Not scared for I learned GIMP and love it. So, I am pretty sure I can learn Linux. However, my state of mind is still in Windows mode.