I finally managed to get the built-in SD-card reader in my DELL Inspiron 6000 working and this should work for most other built-in card readers, too. Before I start with the how-to, big thanks to the developers of the Secure Digital Host Controller Interface driver and Mark Lindeman, who’s instructions were very helpful.
Today I recieved a DVD player I won at Boersengame.de, a virtual stock market.
Few weeks ago I found a nice homepage where you can rate your professor’s lecture (while searching for old “Analysis für Informatiker” exams).
I found a nice little how-to, if you want to display OpenOffice.org 2 files with thumbnails in Nautilus (as you know it from images and pdfs). It can be found at the Ubuntu Forums. A German Translation can be found at UbuntuUsers.de.
Ever wanted to have different wallpapers on each GNOME workspace? I found a program called Wallpapoz (written in Python), that offers this to you. Wallpapoz comes with a nice GTK interface and can also change the backgrounds randomly or by order. Check it out!
Last year I got a Dell Inspiron 6000 with a 15,4″ WXGA TFT-Display (1280×800) and the Intel shared memory graphic-chip. Installing Ubuntu 5.10 (the Breezy Badger release) on it worked like a charm.
You always wanted to have a random Wallpaper for GNOME? Read ahead, I found a public domain script and modified it, so it works fine with Ubuntu and supports more image types.
A friend of mine recently bought a brand new Fujitsu Siemens AMILO M1437G featuring a ATI MOBILITY RADEON X700 and a 15.4″ WXGA display with a resolution of 1280×800. After hours of trying different stuff, we finally managed to install Ubuntu 5.10 (The Breezy Badger Release).
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