Free Beginners Guide
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 27, 2009
Keir Thomas, author of Ubuntu Kung Fu, has release a free pocket guide to Ubuntu. This 170 page great beginners guide to installing and using Ubuntu.
This guide can be found at http://www.ubuntupocketguide.com/.
A Guide: Enabling 3D Acceleration in X11 Page 45
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 30, 2009
Post #1 has some editing now.
I REALLY NEED ATI FEEDBACK
[GUIDE] Quake on Ubuntu
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 10, 2012
I made a guide on how to install Quake on Ubuntu for new users. I hope this helps someone!
I could not figure out how to install a native linux version for the life of me, so this guide uses WinQuake and Wine.
Re: Nintendo Wii XBOX 360 Modding game burning guide!
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 10, 2007
Is such advertising on ubuntu forums allowed? and that too for pirated stuff? weird!
Comprehensive Sound Problem Solutions Guide
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 28, 2006
This thread, dating back to 2006, has now served its purpose. A lot of what is written here is obsolete, and the thread is now closed.
A new sticky thread is available at
Comprehensive Sound Problem Solutions Guide v0.5e
Version History (DD-MM-YY)
28-06-06 - version 0.1 - initial creation
28-06-06 - version 0.2 - alsa-source guide added
28-06-06 - version 0.3 - alsa-drivers from alsa-project guide added
29-06-06 - version 0.4 - multiple sounds and multiple cards support added
02-07-06 - version 0.4 - fixed mistake spotted by Jvaldezjr
04-07-06 - version 0.5a - layout changes - starting on MIDI guide - Read *EXPERIMENTAL*
04-07-06 - version 0.5a - added part on saving sound settings so they are restored after reboot.
11-07-06 - version 0.5b - added guide for doing a *fresh* kernel installation
13-07-06 - version 0.5c - minor layout edit - moved *fresh* kernel above compilation to see if it is more hel
Guide to install PPTP server (VPN) on Ubuntu 7.10
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 12, 2008
Poptop is the PPTP server solution for Linux.
What is PPTP?
PPTP stands for Point to Point Tunneling Protocol. It was developed by a consortium including Microsoft and is used for establishing VPN (Virtual Private Network) tunnels across the Internet. This allows remote users to securely and inexpensively access their corporate network from anywhere on the Internet.
PPTP uses a client-server model for establishing VPN connections. Most Microsoft operating systems ship with a PPTP client, so there is no need to purchase third-party client software. PPTP has the additional advantage over other VPN technologies of being easy to setup.
What is Poptop?
Before Poptop, no solution existed if you wish to connect PPTP clients to Linux servers. Using Poptop, Linux servers can now function seamlessly in a PPTP VPN environment. This enables administrators to leverage the considerable benefits of both Microsoft and Linux operating systems.
The current release version supports Windows
guide on how to use screen?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 6, 2011
anyone know of a guide on how to use screen? the man is not helpful i need to see some examples.
A PDF Ubuntu Beginner's Guide
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 26, 2005
You may have noticed that in the past 24 hours, I haven't been my crazy usual self, posting all over the place.
I've been busy trying to put together a basic user guide (a PDF). It's very rudimentary, so hold off on the criticism for now. I'm trying to refine it a bit more over the next month.
I'm just writing to let you know it exists and to ask if anyone wants to host it in a mirror site (my bandwidth limit isn't that much, and the file's about 500k).
Right now it lives at http://www.psychocats.net/linux/ubun...uide_05.11.pdf
My plan is for it to be revised and re-released every month.
Quick guide to Ubuntu 12.04 / Unity
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 30, 2012
With the release of Ubuntu 12.04 and many changes to the look and feel of the Unity interface, Ubuntu Vancouver decided a new guide is in order.
In conjunction with the BCIT Technical Writing Program, Ubuntu. Simplify Your Life – has been completely overhauled by Ewan Mallerud.
Step by step guide to setting up Ubuntu 11.10 server for Newbies!
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 14, 2011
Updated the UFW section to add a new in/out rule for dhclient
Updated the NETATALK section to use a newer version of Netatalk and a different afpd.conf file
Updated the NETATALK section to have a better prompt when using ssh or the console
Section #1 - Introduction
I have set up a small server at my home to handle some basic NAS-like functions for my network of Macs. I knew that I would have a hard time repeating the steps should I ever have to do it again so I documented the process. Well, that sort of snowballed and I wound up writing a fairly in-depth HOW TO on the process. Partly because I felt there wasn't anyplace where there was a comprehensive guide to doing what I wanted to do, and party because the act of "teaching others" actually makes me learn the process more completely myself. I am aiming
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