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How To Create A Gnome 3 Live USB Stick [Fedora, OpenSUSE, Ubuntu]


Applets and Dockbar in Gnome 3

Gnome 3 Desktop environment has now been released and will soon find it’s way to most of the Linux Distributions out there – like Fedora, OpenSUSE & Ubuntu. We have already told you how to install Gnome 3 on Ubuntu or try it as a Live environment on Fedora or OpenSUSE. In this article we…

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By Zenobia on April 7th
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Create A Bootable Ubuntu USB Drive From Windows


Create A Bootable Ubuntu USB Drive From Windows

Creating a bootable Ubuntu USB flash drive from a Ubuntu is pretty straightforward. However, most of the new computers comes with Windows and if you want to install Ubuntu, you have two options – burn the ISO in a CD or you can use UNetBootin to create a bootable flash drive from Windows.

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By Ricky on October 3rd
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Buffalo dives into USB 3.0, unveils 12x Blu-ray burner, external HDDs


USB 3.0 ‘superspeed’ has not yet arrived (expected to roll out with all due respect early next year), but that’s not stopping hardware giants from launching products that support USB 3.0. This time its Buffalo, who have went ahead and launched their first USB 3.0 External HDD (DriveStation HD-HXU3) and a 12x Blu-ray burner (BR-X1216U3)…

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By digitalcoconut on November 26th
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How to create a Fedora 12 Constantine Live USB boot disk?


How to create a Fedora 12 Constantine Live USB boot disk?

Learn how to create a Live USB boot disk so that you can install Fedora 12 or use the disk as a live Fedora environment.

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By Debjit on November 19th
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No USB 3.0 support for Intel Chipsets until 2011


The next generation USB 3.0 ‘Superspeed’ was unable to raise much interest of the chip manufacturing giant from Santa Clara and now it is almost certain that Intel chipsets won’t be supporting USB 3.0 in the immediate future ( at least not before 2011 ).

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By digitalcoconut on November 5th
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Freecom launches world’s first USB 3.0 External Hard Drive


Freecom launches world’s first USB 3.0 External Hard Drive

Earlier we told you that Linux will be the first Operating System to support USB 3.0. Yesterday the Dutch storage giant Freecom became the first company to come out with a USB 3.0 complaint external storage device.

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By digitalcoconut on September 25th
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How to add multiple displays (screen) to your computer using USB ports ?


How to add multiple displays (screen) to your computer using USB ports ?

Running multiple displays from one computer or you laptop is the current day’s trend. It not only makes work more productive but also adds to your geek factor. Connecting two displays to your desktop or another extra display to your laptop is very simple. You just need to plug in the required Monitors through the…

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By Debjit on March 31st
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How-To Install Windows 7 from a USB Memory Stick


How-To Install Windows 7 from a USB Memory Stick

Installing Windows 7  from a USB Memory Stick (or, a Pen/Thumb Drive) is not only a cakewalk but also blazingly faster than the corresponding DVD install. What you will be needing for this memory-stick-based-install is a 4GB USB Memory stick, since the DVD itself is a 2.8GB approx ISO. Remember, you will be able to…

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By Debjit on January 28th
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