Windows Gimp and UFraw help?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 20, 2009
My father uses a Nikon D50 camera and I am trying to set up GIMP to use UFraw so he can use the GIMP tools to edit the .NEF files. Currently when I open an .NEF file it can open it from GIMP's file>open but it just opens the image in UFRaw's standalone window/editor.
He is using Vista and hasn't tried giving Linux a chance, sorry..
help with gimp ufraw or dcraw
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 14, 2013
i am confused which one to install in ubuntu 12.04 dcraw or ufraw to work with RAW image files in gimp.
UFRAW website says that it uses DCRAW. What are the main differences between the two? Which I should I use?
Ubuntu Server vs Windows SBS 2003 Help Me Get Back To Ubuntu
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 18, 2009
Hi, after trying Ubuntu Desktop for 5 months. Plus, another 3 months using Ubuntu Server. I've switched back to Windows Small Business Server 2003.
Here's my story. We have a small construction firm and no IT staff with 20 computers (Windows XP & Ubuntu JJ) & 1 Server. We bought a wonderful package for small businesses, Windows Small Business Server (SBS) 2003. I set it up and it was great. Namely: Active Directory, File Services, Print Services, Domain Group Policies were so user-friendly, all in 1 GUI. Except ISA Server, which I didn't know how to configure.
My frustration came when the server was attacked by a virus because I inserted a USB device, my mind was flying at that moment. Then AD users were not authenticated, group policies were erased, printers crashed, usual horrible stuff.
Now, I tried Ubuntu Server. I studied about basic SAMBA, LTSP, NFS, FTP, Squid, and other necessary tools to "COPY" our previous environment. It worked great until I forgot
WiFi guide for windows 8, need help translating it to Ubuntu
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 20, 2013
I am trying to connect to my dorms WiFi, but before you can access it, you have to configure your network in a specific way. They give out this tutorial, but it is only for Windows 7/8 http://www.scribd.com/doc/169328471/...indows-7-and-8
Is there anyone who can help me complete the steps in an Ubuntu environment, it would be greatly appreciated
Ubuntu, OSX, Windows Desktop environment help
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 4, 2012
I'm getting out of the current company I work for as a 2nd line technician and have been approached by another company that wants me to interview for the Linux Admin job they have.
I have to answer some pre-interview questions of which some are quite vague and could be answered in several ways.
I want to get this right so I'd like to get some other opinions on what they are asking, the first three questions really.
Question one could be answered with, SAMBA (smbfs),CIFS,VM's
Maybe I'm out of my depth with this job but I do have a fair amount of experience with Linux, OSX, Windows.
Any help would be greatly appreciated
Pre-Interview Questions - Linux Desktop Administrator
1. Which technologies would you use to handle a desktop environment that consists in
equal parts of Mac OS, Windows and Linux desktops? Please list at least 6, and indicate
any which you would need to research further before implementing.
2. List three general ways in which you could address
Screwed up the mbr of Windows install! need help?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 14, 2013
I had win 7 on my machine. I booted in the live envoirnment, opened up Disk utility(I was running live lubuntu) and Don't know why clicked on <make drive bootable>. (It was the drive containing the windows install) Then I realised my error. Opened up Gparted, resized the windows drive, deleted all other drives and made a swap and a primary partition from the free space and installed Lubuntu. But during the install Lubuntu didn't detected my windows install. It acted as if I was installing Lubutu on a fresh machine. Now at the moment I can mount the drive, explore it from my Lubuntu desktop but I can't boot it.I don't even have the installation disk at hand so I can't use that.
Can't boot in ubuntu after installing windows 7, please help asap
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 10, 2011
i have intel pentium dual core T4300 2.10ghz processor in dell inspiron laptop. i had windows vista home basic by default and then i got ubuntu 9.04 installed on it from one of my friend. i was using ubuntu mostly (and upgraded it to ubuntu 9.10)as i never liked vista. so i installed windows 7 over windows vista. now vista is gone and windows 7 is working. but i no more see the boot options and cant access ubuntu at all. the boot options (F12) does not show linux partition at all. however the linux partition is seen in device manager. but its only seen.
how do i retrieve my old boot options including linux os? which asks me which os to boot from.
please help me asap. i am in genuine urgency.
thanks and regards,
Windows must Die. Help?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 15, 2009
How do I get rid of my dual boot and remove windows XP?
I only had a trial version of it on here and that is expired. I can't sign into it and I want it removed.
I only have an 80 gig drive on this old thing so having windows using 50g of it from the previous owner just seems retarded since I can't even log onto it.
Help me kill windows so Ubuntu can thrive!
Windows and Fedora (help)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 17, 2004
I am completely new to Linux, i havent actualy installed it yet, im not really sure what to do, i have downloaded all 3 disks and burnt them onto disks, and i will now create another partition for Linux, but im not sure what to do when ive installed linux, how will i boot between Linux and Windows? What will i need?
P.S: Please explain as simple as you can.
P4 3.2Ghz processor
1 GIG RAM
256MB RADEON 9800 XT
WINDOWS XP + FEDORA
Remote Desktop from Ubuntu to Windows 7 connection help
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 24, 2010
ok so im trying to remote desktop to my windows 7 computer from my ubuntu laptop. i have tried the following command:
rdesktop -u USERNAME -d HOSTNAME IP -g WxH but i get an error saying unable to connect
i am a noob so give me a break on the stupid questions
1. am i supposed to run something on windows to allow ubuntu to connect? (i already enabled remote desktop)
2. i am confused on which ip im supposed to use, ipconfig gives me a different ip than what for example whatsmyip.com gives me and according to my research theyre supposed to be the same
3. any noob friendly help/guides on this topic will be appreciated
yes i did research but i did not find an answer
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