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This is my initial entry in this blog.
My sign in name is kismet_15My_06. I have started to know about computers about four years, although I am using PCs since 1994.
Now I am interested in Linux. I explored the Ubuntu CD for the first time, trying out memory check and now my XP log ins directly, without the usual log in screen.
What I like to know is, the effects of Linux versions installation in Windows XP and its remedy. Or is I am alone to have this change? ...
Debian etch beta3 installation using graphical interface this is really nice installation walkthrough with each step
screenshots.This is new feature in debian upcoming release version called etch.This article contains nearly 50 images of this installation process.
<a href="http://www.debianadmin.com/debian-etch-beta3-graphical-mode-installation-with-screenshots.html">Read Full article here</a>
How I got my notebook to connect to my wireless network for users without sudo privileges. I'm using Kubuntu 6.06.
1. You should have <strong>/etc/network/interfaces</strong> configured for automatic network connection. It should contain something like this: