La resolución en ubuntu es mejor que la resolución de windows xp
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 7, 2010
hola, uso ubuntu 10.04
y tengo una targta nvidia, el asunto es que tengo la resolucion 1280x800, y no se puede agrandar mas, sin embargo en win xp, la resolucion que usaba yo era mayor, sino me equivoco era de 1280×1024, no me gusta la resolucion actual, y de verdad quiero achicar un poco la pantalla que hago??
los drive nvidia que tengo son los que me recomienda ubuntu al momento de instalar el SO
Best DE for a dual monitor setup
location: linux.com - date: May 14, 2009
I've been messing around with a dual monitor setup as late, without too much success. I managed to get a non-cloned output on Ubuntu (using gnome), but the gnome panels refused to spread/appear on my second screen and the resolutions refused to play nice (my laptop screen wouldn't change to a widescreen resolution). I resorted to desklets to gain functionality on that screen, but they were insanely buggy...
But then an idea popped in my head, what about KDE? Plasmoids have served me pretty well in the past, and maybe its panels will budge.. So I pop in a Mandriva disk, and everything seems to work, so I try to get the screens to not clone eachother, but no luck. Xrandr just doesn't want to play along, and the desktops stay clones no matter what. Now I don't know if it's just my stupidity or something that hasn't been implemented under KDE, but it pretty much killed my enthusiasm for Dual screen under linux..
Crowdfunding games wiki is up!
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 24, 2013
Greetings all just to let you know that GamingOnLinux's new crowdfunding wiki is open and in the spirit of open source anyone can contribute and edit it.
It keeps a list of ongoing, completed and failed funding from kickstarter, indiegogo etc.
So you can keep track of games for Linux that are being crowdfunded, enjoy!
Main link: http://www.gamingonlinux.com/crowdfu...itle=Main_Page
List of games: http://www.gamingonlinux.com/crowdfu...dfunding_games
Any chance of this being stickied mods?
The Ubuntu Games Developer Resource Wiki Is 1st
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 23, 2007
Great news! the The Ubuntu Games Developer Resource Wiki is now the number one listed Ubuntu games programming site on Google!
Which means that anyone who wants information on programming games for linux or Ubuntu, we are the first people they will come to!
If you have anything you would like to contribute please let us know and we will get your howtos listed on googles first choice for Ubuntu Games Programming information!
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Ubuntu Games Developer Resource Wiki
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 6, 2006
As there have been several people expressing their wishes to contribute to the Wiki I have created a guide to the kind of format we will be happy to accept as a HOWTO for the site.
If your interested in contributing here the link:
BTW dunno how the title of the thread got messed up but if anyone can fix it that would be great! lol
Ubuntu Game Developers Wiki Relocated
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 24, 2013
After quite some time hosting with wikispaces we've now got a more permanent home:
If your interested in adding an article to the wiki please message me directly.
Ubuntu Games Developer Resource Wiki
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 24, 2006
You may have noticed a large amount of HOWTO relating to SDL and games programming on this part of the forum, well, guess what! we've made a Wiki to store all these lovely articles.
We will continue to post on the forum about any questions and we will announce every new HOWTO as they are released.
If you have any ideas for HOWTOs or you have a HOWTO of your own that you would like to contribute, let us know and we will be happy to include anything you give.
The URL for our new Wiki is: http://ubuntu-gamedev.pbwiki.com/
can't unsubscribe wiki.ubuntu page
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 24, 2011
I am subscribed to two wiki pages at wiki.ubunut.com and can't unsubscribe.
"To stop email notifications, simply click the 'Unsubscribe' link. (remember that you must be logged in in order to change your preferences."
When logged in, I don't see an unsubscribe link on either of the two pages I am subscribed to. The heading for both pages stays the same:
"Edit | Info | Subscribe | Attachments | More Actions | username | Logout | Help"
And Unsubscribe is not in the drop down "More Actions"
If I should be asking elsewhere, please let me know where.
Unable to Edit/Create Pages in wiki.ubuntu.com
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 3, 2013
I m trying to a create a new page for me and write about my contributions in wiki.ubuntu.com, but I am always getting "You are not allowed to edit this page" error. I have active lauchpad account and even I have changed my passwords several times and tried editing again. No use?
Any help on this?
PHP not working for Media Wiki? Ubuntu 10.10 server.
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 10, 2011
I have been working on a Media Wiki site on my local network. When I open the index.php file from my Wiki's main directory, Firefox thinks I want to download the file and opens a download popup window like it would for a picture or MP3. I have CakePHP installed on the server.
When I go to the index.php of a Media Wiki powered site I go to often, the .php file works perfectly. Do I need to configure something somewhere? I haven't restarted the server since I installed CakePHP, so it may be as simple as that.
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