Here’s a quick HowTo to enable your Acer Aspire One laptop to use the touchpad as a clicking and scrolling device
NOTE: If you need the tutorial for Fedora 13, go here: http://linuxsoftwareblog.com/?p=516
Here’s a quick fix in case you’re having issues with Real Player and pulseaudio….
So here’s how I managed to get Google Desktop working on my Fedora 64bit PC….
Here’s a quick tutorial to get started with ZoneMinder on your Fedora PC/laptop. Let it be known that this may well apply to many other Linux distro’s, all I can say is that I have tested with my Fedora 11 PC. Let me also tell you that ZoneMinder is a serious example of open source software at its very best.
Hi folks, below is the fix necessary for your Fedora 11 PC to allow Spotify to play your favourite tracks for free. If you’re having issues where Spotify loads just fine, but no music will begin playback, then here’s your fix!
So here’s the mp3 download service for Linux. I’ve used it to test, and it works a treat on my Fedora 10 64bit machine….
Hi there folks,
Is it just me or is the idea of installing an Operating System to a USB pen just amazing. No matter how long I think about it, it doesn’t get boring. Laptops? Netbooks? If it’s portability you’re after, then how about an Operating System and all of you files in your pocket? Cool ! It’s a bit like planes – No matter how long I watch them for, I still wonder how they stay in the air… they go so slowly!
OK, Google Trends is a very interesting and useful tool. I used it to compare the popularity of the various Linux distributions, how the browser wars match up, and the interest in Linux netbooks.
Check out charts here…