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Dec
3
revised How do I get AWN back? (Get into a terminal if all panels and docks are gone)
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Dec
3
asked How do I get AWN back? (Get into a terminal if all panels and docks are gone)
Dec
2
accepted How do I share a folder with another Linux machine on the same home network?
Dec
2
comment How do I share a folder with another Linux machine on the same home network?
Thanks for the explanation. Funny that I'm trying to get away from Microsoft, and it turns out that even Linux uses pieces of their work. Ugh.
Dec
2
comment How do I share a folder with another Linux machine on the same home network?
Are those packages associated with the apache web server at all? I already have apache installed as part of a LAMP stack and don't want to break it.
Dec
2
comment How do I share a folder with another Linux machine on the same home network?
I was under the impression (wrongly, apparently) that Samba allowed sharing between Linux and Windows. I don't want to share with Windows, only with another Linux machine.
Dec
1
asked How do I share a folder with another Linux machine on the same home network?
Nov
23
awarded  Teacher
Nov
23
accepted What does .: mean in php include_path?
Nov
23
comment What does .: mean in php include_path?
I'm perfectly happy with xampp. I do appreciate the other info, though.
Nov
23
comment What does .: mean in php include_path?
So the path is currently including two directories - the current one (by which I assume you mean the directory that actually contains php.ini) and /php/includes? Where is /php/includes (as far as this path is concerned)? Inside the current directory? Or somewhere else?
Nov
23
comment What does .: mean in php include_path?
Why? xampp runs perfectly well.
Nov
23
asked What does .: mean in php include_path?
Nov
18
accepted What are the features of Crossover Office?
Nov
18
comment What are the features of Crossover Office?
Thanks for the clarification.
Nov
18
comment What are the features of Crossover Office?
So they haven't figured out a way to let you run programs that don't run well under wine (like Internet Explorer)? That's mainly what I'm trying to determine.
Nov
18
comment Optimizing Gnome desktop for netbook
Unity can be installed on the desktop version as well; I wasn't sure if it was exactly the same as what came bundled with the netbook edition.
Nov
18
asked What are the features of Crossover Office?
Nov
18
comment Optimizing Gnome desktop for netbook
Not precisely answering what you asked, but have you considered the Ubuntu distro specifically designed for netbooks? ubuntu.com/netbook
Nov
12
accepted Maverick not recognizing my sound card