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Coolest OS for Mobile Phones ...Till Date...
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Ultimate Solution

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Synaptic package manager is the best
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How To : Install NVIDIA 331.67 (Stable) Graphics Drivers in Ubuntu/Linux Mint Systems
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How To : Install NVIDIA 331.67 (Stable) Graphics Drivers in Ubuntu/Linux Mint Systems
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In ubuntu go to additional drivers via ubuntu dash search , it will detect drivers in your's system then you can download it.
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Jiri H

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Fanless x86 mini-PC runs Debian on 2.3 Watts

DMP announced a Linux-ready “Ebox-3100″ mini-PC, running on an x86-based, 400MHz Vortex86EX processor and offering 2.3 Watt consumption and a $95 price.

DM&P Group’s DMP Electronics division is offering the Ebox-3100 as a higher-end, more industrial focused complement to its similarly configured and enclosed 86Duino Educake mini-PC announced in November for $49. That device also shares similar circuitry to DMP’s 86Duino One boardset announced at the same time, which adds Arduino-like I/O expansion.

http://linuxgizmos.com/fanless-x86-mini-pc-runs-debian-on-2-3-watts/
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+Carlos Mario Rivera Ruiz This device has SD/SDHC card as memory :

Memory — 512MB DDR3 RAM; SD/SDHC slot
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Alex Reissig

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Does anyone know if there are any linux calendar apps that will sync with Google Calendar?
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There are a number of sync utilities available, depending on what you use for a calendar.  But I still think the actual Google calendar is the way to go.  I just pin a tab in my browser, which I have open almost all the time anyway.  On a desktop, you're going to have a network connection, so I don't see the point in having another program using up memory for no good reason.  But YMMV.
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Faris Al-Rashidi

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AMD Opteron X-Series APUs running Fedora Linux are an important development for companies looking to transition to x86 APU servers but who don't want to introduce new tools and software platforms into the IT environments.
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How To : Install/Upgrade to Linux Kernel 3.14.1 in Ubuntu/Linux Mint Systems
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How to mitigate and fix OpenSSL Heartbeat on CentOS or Ubuntu Extremely critical security issue was recently discovered in OpenSSL. It has been found affecting versions 1.0.1 through 1.0.1f. All CentOS 6.5 versions are packaged with OpenSSL 1.0.1e-15 are…
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Manually Configured Network Interface Card on Fedora - http://linuxpathfinder.blogspot.com/2014/04/manually-configure-nic-on-fedora.html
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How To : Install NVIDIA 337.12 Graphics Drivers in Ubuntu/Linux Mint Systems
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Lisa mega

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How do you guys feel about

1.Xubuntu
2.PinguyOs
3.Darwin based systems
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i use Xubuntu i love it :)
 easy to use simple and lightweight and very customizable
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Parth Vikani

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Must see basic and most useful commands !!!
Basic Linux Commands - I am Programmer
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Lisa mega

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Hello - Can a script be made that would Install and uninstall all programs that I want and don't want from a distro?

Also could the same script install and replace background image and Icons themes / window themes and so on.

So if I install a Distro and ran the Script when it was done the whole thing would be setup the way I wanted?

Can this be done?
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Thank you for the advice +Daniel Sprouse  +Yavor Paunov Yes I would like to do that but I cant. I would like to set it up then make an ISO so I can burn it on a disk or give it to friends on a USB But no matter what I try I just fail - I tried Remastersys and a lot others but it never comes out right - always comes out looking like Ubuntu but I want to use other distros and set them up like I want but again I just fail - I wish I knew how to respin an already made distro but I just cant - So I was thinking maybe a script could make all the changes for me and I would just host the files on my web hosting or something like that
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