When I first installed Fedora 9 I discovered Banshee which I felt was a pretty good media player which had good library facility however I could not get Banshee to see my Ipod shuffle. I happened to be browsing through the Add/Remove software Multimedia section when I found Amarok.
And I can prove it. A) I am one and B) Check out LinuxChix and LinuxChix NZ It’s great to see more and more women getting involved in Open Source software and even putting their hand up to say "I use it"
I was installing Fedora 9 for my dad the other day. He was looking for a test bed server solution and as it was being installed on Mum’s computer I figured Fedora 9 provides a nice desktop solution too. While I feel Fedora is stable on the most part to provide me a desktop pc …
I was dual booting Windows XP and Linux as I used XP for MSN voice conferencing. Since most people I know are now running Skype, A Linux solution was very welcomed.
If like me, you are using NFS file sharing you may run into the problem of OpenOffice.org not opening files or being unable to save files on network mounted filesystems. The work around for this is simple enough to do, but must be done after each update to OpenOffice.org.
Well, I’ve been running Fedora 9 for a fair while now. I have to say, overall I’m very impressed. Though I have a major gripe about KDE. As a user of KDE from Redhat 5.1 switching to Gnome was however painless.
Don’t you hate it when you find pages of spam websites listed in your FrontPage guestbook. This will help overcome some of these issues.Note: There is no way to completely secure your guestbook other than not having one. But this can help. Basically all the article will do is show you how to stop web …