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My Toshiba Satellite Pro A200 running Fedora 8 continues to play sound out of the laptop speakers when external speakers are plugged in (and no sound out of the external). What can I do to diagnose/fix this?
Bought a book on this subject matter. I have a server with Red Hat on it that I am loading up with mysql, apache and PHP.
The mysql was a trick of sorts. I had loaded and then load apache, that worked and then load php. PHP was missing the mysql.sock file, it was not happy on the ./configure. Today found out that msyql was not really running. I was able to remove the package and re install. Then found received another mysql.sock error. This one I found on the internet, and told me...
I'm an old Windows user who converted to Ubuntu in April 2008 and never looked back. Ubuntu does everything I need to do. Of course I'm just a Desktop user at home, but I've been in computers since 1976 so I have seen quite a few Operating Systems.
Windows, well, it's ok but not great. Very hard to reconfigure the appearance, at least the way I want to. Vista, omg, what a pain.
Ubuntu, a dream. Get all the themes you need from gnome-look.org.
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