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damojotroll said: Hey, got a question concerning connectivity to google. I am unable to search or log into google accounts due to a 302 get error. I have tried wirelessly and wired. both dns' up and able to connect to other sites fine. Any help would be appreciated

It seems to be an issue with a Firefox extension. Open the browser, go to the Help at top, into the Troubleshooting area, hit the Reset button. That will put it back at defaults.

There are also application level work-arounds, such as the NoRedirect Firefox extension add-on that mitigate some of the behavior.


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your-man-of-steel said: Lot of the threads and posts online about Installing Mint on ARM processors are not too up to date, so I thought I'd ask you. I know someone, who doesn't use his Samsung Chromebook, with an ARM-based chromebook, and I wanted to buy it off of him, and dual-boot it with another linux distro. Would installing Mint be any more difficult or different on an ARM-based machine vs an Intel or AMD-based machine?

After making adequate backups of everything important and putting your Chromebook into the Developer Mode, follow the instructions from How to Install Ubuntu Linux on Your Chromebook with Crouton or from How to Install Linux on a Chromebook.


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ULTIMATE Linux Mint 17 LiveDVD v1.2 (Cinnamon Edition 64-bit) :AUGUST/25/2014

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Desktop Cube Extension

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Google Earth - virtual globe, map and geographical information program
LinuxDC++ - DC++ filesharing client
Skype - VOIP software
TeamViewer 9 - remote desktop software

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Adobe Reader - PDF reader
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Wireshark - network protocol analyzer
Webmin - Web based administration tool


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KDE Plasma 5 on Linux Mint 17 KDE Edition

This video shown you how to install KDE Plasma 5 on Linux Mint 17 KDE Edition

Plasma 5.0 introduces a new major version of KDE’s workspace offering. The new Breeze artwork concept introduces cleaner visuals and improved readability. Central work-flows have been streamlined, while well-known overarching interaction patterns are left intact. Plasma 5.0 improves support for high-DPI displays and ships a converged shell, able to switch between user experiences for different target devices. Changes under the hood include the migration to a new, fully hardware-accelerated graphics stack centered around an OpenGL(ES) scenegraph. Plasma is built using Qt 5 and Frameworks 5.


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Anonymous said: necesito un software GPS que funcione bajo Linux MInt

The best free GPS tools for Linux are listed on the Linux Links website:

  1. Open Cache Manager is an easy to use program for managing your geocaches.
  2. QLandkarte is a GPS mapping (GeoTiff and vector) and GPS management software.
  3. Navit is a car navigation system with routing engine.
  4. GPSBabel is a GPS file conversion tool with transfer to/from GPS units.
  5. GpsDrive is a vehicle map-based navigation system.
  6. tangoGPS is a GTK+ mapping and GPS application.
  7. Viking is a GPS data editor, analyzer and viewer.

Enjoy!


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List All Built-In Bash Commands In Ubuntu / Linux Mint | I Have A PC

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srph:

Just now, I am currently running and finally developing under:

Linux Mint 172GB RAM512MB Built-in VRAMIntel i5 Processor

However, I will probably be switching units (because I work on our family internet cafe) after every day depending on the vacant unit and mood. At least, it’s much much better than my Japanese laptop from the monolithic era.
I went for Mint because I dislike Ubuntu’s Dashboard.
P.S: If you (reader) do acknowledge the artist behind my desktop BG (seems to be a fanart of Howl’s Moving Castle), do drop me an ask.

srph:

Just now, I am currently running and finally developing under:

Linux Mint 17
2GB RAM
512MB Built-in VRAM
Intel i5 Processor

However, I will probably be switching units (because I work on our family internet cafe) after every day depending on the vacant unit and mood. At least, it’s much much better than my Japanese laptop from the monolithic era.

I went for Mint because I dislike Ubuntu’s Dashboard.

P.S: If you (reader) do acknowledge the artist behind my desktop BG (seems to be a fanart of Howl’s Moving Castle), do drop me an ask.


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Linux Mint 17 KDE

Showing just a few ways to use KDE. Activities and Widgets can be used to facilitate your way around the desktops.


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arkadot:

I did it

arkadot:

I did it


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