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Using a Different Office

Posted 11-04-2008 at 06:17 AM by adriantry

<h3>A new office</h3>
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In February we purchased our first home. It's beautiful, with wooden cathedral ceilings and slate floors. The yards are filled with lush gardens overlooked by a spacious undercover outdoor area. A generous extension houses a spacious living area with a fireplace. <br>
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But it's small. Much smaller than we're used to. And much smaller than our previous home which we called "The Mansion".&nbsp;...
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Can we install gcc compiler or its alternate on Windows?

Posted 11-04-2008 at 01:47 AM by Pakistan

I want to use all the functionalities of gcc compiler while remaining in Windows. Can I use the gcc in Windows?
Otherwise Can I find an alternate compiler that can be used in windows and provides all the functionalities of gcc with same syntax?



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PigaVision 1.0.1 Released

Posted 11-01-2008 at 01:31 PM by Chargh

I finished my first Linux program yesterday, and what is surprising to me is that it turned out to be a utility. It is a tv-out front-end interface for the XRandR and Xvattr applications. I hope to add some features which I scraped because of time restraints into a 2.0.0 release (Thinking about a release date of Christmas or New Years, but don't quote me on that). Version 1.0.1 still works as a basis for tv-out though, and should help new users get the most out of their video cards.

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Hi!!!! --new to the linux world.

Posted 11-01-2008 at 03:05 AM by rash31

Hi! I am new in this Linux pool with some exposure in shell scripting and system administration. I aspire to contribute my little work to the Linux world, so would really be thankful if i could get some guidance and help from all the Linux experts who r already contributing in this field with their valuable talent assets and are sharing their knowledge worldwide with the inquisitive newbie’s.

Looking forward for a g8 discussion time here.........

Thanks & Regards....
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Please guide on how to use the recovery mode to set resolution in Ubuntu. I am totally new to Linux field

Posted 10-31-2008 at 11:47 PM by rash31

Hi! All

I have install ubuntu as my new OS. The installation procedure went all f9. bt after the OS login session the system hangs. I guess this is coz the resolution is not properly set. Can any one plz suggess on how i can set a proper resolution using the recovering mode?

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