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2009

HOWTO Lexmark Printers - Gentoo Linux Wiki

HOWTO Lexmark Printers From Gentoo Linux Wiki Jump to: navigation, search This page has been deleted. The deletion and move log for the page are provided below for reference. * 05:34, 1 June 2009 AllenJB (Talk | contribs) deleted "HOWTO Lexmark Printers" ‎ (No useful content; Page naming conventions) Gentoo Linux Wiki does not have an article with this exact name. Please search for HOWTO Lexmark Printers in Gentoo-Wiki to check for alternative titles or spellings. * Start the HOWTO Lexmark Printers article or add a request for it. * Search for "HOWTO Lexmark Printers" in existing articles. * Look for pages within Gentoo Linux Wiki that link to this title. Other reasons this message may be displayed: * Titles on Gentoo-Wiki are case sensitive except for the first character; please check alternate capitalizations and consider adding a redirect here to the correct title. * If the page has been deleted, check the deletion log, and see Why was my page deleted?.

2008

Launchy: The Open Source Keystroke Launcher

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Launchy is a free windows and linux utility designed to help you forget about your start menu, the icons on your desktop, and even your file manager. Launchy indexes the programs in your start menu and can launch your documents, project files, folders, and bookmarks with just a few keystrokes! Josh Karlin

QtParted homepage

QtParted homepage Description: QTParted is a Partition Magic clone written in C using the Qt toolkit. QtParted is back among the living! After seeing the message about QtParted's death, the Ark Linux team have decided to continue maintaining it. Very special thanks to: First and foremost, special thanks to Vanni Brutto for starting the project and keeping it going over the first couple of years. First of all we want to thank Andrew Clausen, the author of parted, for his support, and the present parted maintainers for their ongoing good work. For more info about parted and libparted: http://www.gnu.org/software/parted We must to thank also François Dupoux twho chose to help with "all this crazy stuff" :) At the end Vanni wants to thank http://www.suse.it for sending him a copy of their suse 8.2 distribution. Warning: QTParted is still in development, if you experienced any kind of problem with latest release please try also the CVS version and the previous version. Please, ask questions in the forums. You can report bugs. With our bug management system (mantis), you will need to create an user account before.

2007

Infodrom Projects -- gui-apt-key

This package provides a graphical frontend to the apt-key program which is used to maintain digital keys for the Debian archive since etch. It is meant as a utility to help administrators not used to GnuPG and digital signatures. The program provides a means to fetch digital keys from a commonly used keyserver and add them to the internal keyring. A lot of complexity is hidden behind an easy to use interface. Please send comments, patches and good ideas to Joey Schulze.

blender.org - Getting started

Before you dive into Blender you'll first need to understand the interface. Most of what you'll learn about the interface carries over to the rest of Blender's features.

mozdev.org - mdhashtool: installation

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MDHashTool 0.4 This version introduces support for Link Fingerprints, a scheme for embedding checksum information in URLs that makes it possible to automatically verify download integrity. Other features: MD5 and SHA1 digest calculation for single files or text strings, drag and drop support, integration with the download manager, and updated help documentation. See Release Notes for more information.

HP Open Source and Linux - Linux Printing and Imaging

HP is investing resources in open source efforts to improve the support for devices within Linux, including HP printers. Currently HP provides Linux printing support for over 200 HP printers. These pages feature information to help guide you regarding the current status of support for HP printers with Linux, as well as a list of sites for additional information. This site will provide ongoing updates as HP continues to expand its commitment to Open Source and Linux.

Mandriva One - Mandriva Linux

What is Mandriva One? Mandriva One brings you a top-notch operating system and best-in-class software applications, all on one CD! Just put the CD in your CD or DVD drive and try Mandriva Linux. In order to help people to discover Linux, Mandriva One is designed to be very easy to use. The installation wizard and the dual-boot setup wizard help the user to install Linux if he decides to migrate - a simple icon on the desktop allows you to install the system with a few clicks, without rebooting! Files created in live mode are included if you install the running system to the hard disk!

SourceForge.net: Software Map

Software Map Topics Welcome to the Software Map. The Software map will help you quickly navigate around the thousands of projects hosted on SourceForge.net. To use the Software Map, simply click on one of the popular Topics displayed. Once you're browsing a particular topic, you'll be able to easily filter, sort and search your project list.

Illustrated Dual Boot Site

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Illustrated Dual Boot Site Home Page Edited Friday, July 13 2007 This website is about how to use the Ubuntu 'Alternate' Install CD, and also features all kinds of help with Linux bootloaders and dual booting. You NEED Linux in your computer so you can get email and use the internet safely. The internet is not safe for your existing operating system because it is incurably vulnerable to all kinds of evil pests and threats. Read this BBC News article, Google searches web's dark side. Solve the problem, install Linux today and keep your other OS for home use only, safely off the internet. You can switch to Linux later as you learn to use it and discover how much better it is.

Wine HQ - Wine HowTo

How to help get applications working in Wine If you want to help get an application working in Wine, the first thing you should do is register yourself in the applications database and use one of your votes to indicate that you'd like more effort to be spent on the application. Every once in a while, a Wine developer will finish a project and look for something to do - combing through the higher voted apps to find one that people need work on is a great way to spend one's time and fill up a todo list. If the application that you want working is not listed in the applications database, there is an easy to use form available for you to add it. If the application is in the database, but lacks a maintainer, you should consider becoming one. If you are familiar with Wine and have a desire to test the application and help get or keep it working, please apply by clicking the link in the application's page. Each application should have a supermaintainer, and, if different versions of the application are substantially different (such as in Internet Explorer), each subversion should have a maintainer. Please don't feel deterred by the need to apply to become a maintainer - the application form is largely a formality to prevent abuse and we can virtually guarantee your acceptance. If you are the developer or publisher of the application, you obviously have a very big incentive to help get your application working under Wine. Fortunately, there are many options available to you other than reporting bugs and hoping someone will fix them. By far the easiest way is to simply send free copies of your software to Wine developers and hope they'll take an interest in getting it working. You'd be amazed how effective this approach can be, particularly for games. An alternative option, perhaps more effective and expensive, is to pay Wine developers for their work on your application, either directly through a negotiated contract or indirectly by posting a bounty. CodeWeavers, a major Wine developer, offers a special section for pledges at their compatibility center website. The most direct method, however, is to help develop Wine itself and contribute code directly, which is exactly what Corel did for WordPerfect several years ago. In any case, making a post on the Wine developers email list can go a long way

DialupModemHowto

This page is designed to help you set up the driver, and configure your dial-up connection over a modem. If you need information about modems, see Modems. If you need to buy a new modem, see the appropriate section at Discussion.