Re-use gift cards as SIM-card adapter... Very useful if you own 2 phones, one with micro-SIM and one with a normal small SIM and want to use both phones with that 1 card.
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But those sites are set up in a way that you navigate to them by navigating to YouTube first, then changing a portion of the URL. It isn't a built-in YouTube URL trick, but it is a URL trick nonetheless.
The first thing I did.
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"compare penises and vaginas" does not work.
Yeah, always be careful! You clicked on an advertisement that was disguised as a download button.
actully iam useing ubuntu 12.04 and i got netflix to work plus made it look like the windows 8 apps
That's what I'm talkin' about! Who's researching THAT idea? When my body starts getting all shitty, I just want to suck myself down to a thumb drive. Send me to the internet. Plenty of stuff for me to do there.
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That's interesting, because I always thought that creating styles in Libre Office / Open Office was a lot faster and easier than in Microsoft Office.
Anyone know of a similar guide targeted at non-GUI Ubuntu 12.04 management? I have a hosted VPS (Virtual Private Server) running Ubuntu 12.04, and interaction with it is either by command line or a Web Interface (Webmin) that I installed. It works very well, and it has been a great exercise in learning about…
Minimize windows as paper-airplanes is pretty awesome. Also, having windows burn up when closed was fun. The effects can be great to look at, but can run choppy depending on hardware. I miss having the giant desktop cube, making it transparent, seeing all your windows lifted up off of each side, even making gears…
So last time we discussed how to customize the basic things in Ubuntu. But not everyone is just happy customizing their OS up to that extend only, there are many people who want to go beyond that. So just for guys like those here I have the part 2 of the guide which discusses some more advanced stuff that would help…
Great guide. I feel that it's important to achieve familiarity coming from a windows environment; that said, I personally found Ubuntu 12 all too familiar, and opted for Arch. Becoming a Linux user means learning Linux, and the best way to learn is to do everything wrong once or twice.
LOL! Anyone notice my Wifi reception?? :D
Mistakes are expected, but learn from them. Use of a spell checker should be something you use before you post anything both in browser and a word processor. Having someone proof read things is also a good rule of thumb.
For beginners coming from Windows, Linux Mint (KDE to look like Mac Apple OS :P).
I am blogging for the first time, please don't compare me to the writers of Lifehacker, and i am 16 by the way. Mistrakes are expected to be there. And don't people learn from their mistrakes?
Ubuntu lost me when they switched to Unity. Like a lot of people, I switched over to Linux Mint Cinnamon. I have this installed on a second hard drive on my laptop. I use it on rare occasion. There's just a few things that still cheese me off about it, through no fault of any of the wonderful people who contribute…