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The Rolling Stones – 40 Licks

The Rolling Stones – 40 Licks

This is the definitive compilation album by The Rolling Stones, featuring 40 Tracks packed with old school Rock and Roll from one of the best bands ever. Every single person should own this album. Band Bio: The Share:FacebookTwitterWhatsAppTelegramPinterestGoogleMoreLinkedInRedditEmailPrintTumblrLike this:Like...

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Installing Steam and Team Fortress 2 on 64 bit ArchLinux

Installing Steam and Team Fortress 2 on 64 bit ArchLinux

Some people complain about the difficulty of playing in linux, well, here is an easy method to get Team Fortress 2 to play flawlessly on Arch Linux 64bit. Follow the instructions, comment and enjoy! If you dont have it already, install wine: sudo pacman -S wine Wine its a 32bit application, so it needs 32 bit drivers for the video card, so install For nvidia cards: sudo pacman -S lib32-nvidia-utils For intel cards: If you have an...

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Change Gnome Mouse cursor system-wide [Updated for Gnome 3]

Change Gnome Mouse cursor system-wide [Updated for Gnome 3]

This tutorial will explain how-to change the default gnome cursor to a better one, system wide, it doesn’t matter the window manager you are using, I have noticed that if you use metacity and change the cursor via appearance->theme->customize->pointer it changes for everything but with other window managers (such as compiz, the one I use) It only changes when your mouse it’s over an application, if you hover your mouse...

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Ubuntu 10.04 Server Guide PDF

Ubuntu 10.04 Server Guide PDF

For those of you who want it, here is the Ubuntu Server Guide for the new 10.04 Release in PDF format, Its a little tricky to find it online or make a mistake and download the 8.04 one, so to avoid having to search the vast Ubuntu Documentation, here you go!!! Ubuntu 10.04 Server Guide Share:FacebookTwitterWhatsAppTelegramPinterestGoogleMoreLinkedInRedditEmailPrintTumblrLike this:Like...

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Copy a virtual machine from one computer to another

Copy a virtual machine from one computer to another

Copying a VirtualBox virtual machine onto another host computer To copy the image to another computer: 1. Close VirtualBox if it’s running. 2. Go to your home folder and enable show hidden files through the View menu. 3. Find the .VirtualBox folder, go to the HardDisks folder and copy the .vdi file you want to use. In my case I burned the file to a DVD because we have so many people who will be needing to save this in their home directory....

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