I accidentally booted my two mismatched WD SATA AHCI drives in a RAID0 array and now the audio output from the media stored on those drives is static-filled and echoing (when it plays at all). Have I hosed my mp3 collection completely? [more inside]
What netbook should I buy for my mother who has very limited experience with computers? [more inside]
Linux Question: KDE, Gnome, keeping things seperate, the future etc. (Ubuntu/Fedora). [more inside]
I can't use any operating systems because of Grub. Can any computer experts help me? [more inside]
Windows Search-like functionality (hit the windows key, and type in your terms, then tap Enter)... in Linux? [more inside]
Two different USB mice freeze when using 3 different Ubuntu versions on my Dell desktop. Should I give up, and if so, what sort of linux version should a new user like me try? [more inside]
Mac OSX 10.6, Windows 7 and Ubuntu 9.10 are not playing nice in the area of permissions. Please help us hivemind nerds.
More after thee jump. [more inside]
My laptop (an Acer Travelmate) just gave up the ghost after 3 years and a replaced (but still dodgy) hard drive. Any suggestions for laptops that can handle plenty of travel and being bumped around in bags? [more inside]
I am used to Mac OS X and I really like the default fonts, the way anti aliasing works and the default theme as well.
Now I am working with Ubuntu 8.10 on other machine, but it kind of frustrates me visually.
I'd like to ask general tips on how could I make Ubuntu more visually appealing. I have found a couple of links
about how to make fonts smoother.
That improved a bit, bit still not there yet. I'd like to hear from you what font you use, themes, etc...
So, what are the tricks you use to make your Ubuntu install beautiful?
I am running Ubuntu (Edgy Eft) on my computer and while I am feeling more and more confident about most aspects of a Linux OS I am still unclear on what sort of regular maintenance operations I should be performing. [more inside]
Help using Amarok with a removable drive [more inside]
I used Automatix to get my Ubuntu system up and running. I know the thing installs stuff like Beagle and Gmailnotifier, but for some reason they're not showing up. [more inside]