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Additional note: A broadcom-sta package has now been added to the Slackbuilds Repository. (It also appears that a patch is no longer necessary for the 2.6.29 kernels. I haven't tested this though... unless I upgrade kernels I'm leaving this alone.)
(Note: onebuck pointed out in the Slackware forum that Broadcom provides a patch for kernel 2.6.29. I had been having trouble finding the correct patches, so I was using the patched Debian source. That's pointless now, so I've deleted the...
So I thought I would set up my old canon ip4000 pixma. Didn't take much setting up as it happens. I just plugged the usb in and went through the "add printer" in the control center. I printed out some A4 documents, which came out very well! Linux has come a long way where printing is concerned.
Linux is good for student because of it very original concept of "Open Source". It provide us a platform where student can explore different concept of Operating System and How it works. What coding behind developing Linux OS, that thing we not able to explore in Windows OS.
When i was doing my B.Tech I find very tough to grab concept of Server and Client Architecture. Like I have to remember what is DHCP, DNS, FTP server to get good marks in exam. But in Final year of my...