I found a solution that works for me.
2009/11/16 at 20:08 | Posted in Linux Hints | Leave a comment Tags: addmode , monitor , newmode , rate , refresh , xrandr Currently I’m using a really old 21” monitor and (using kubuntu 9.10) I got a really shitty refresh rate of 60 Hz I didn’t know better until a friend told me that this monitor should have at least some more Hz to go.
Since Finansiell ID-Teknik BID AB (a swedish company that provides e-legitimation (BankID)) does not support 64-bit Linux they have decided that you are not even allowed to download their application anymore.. Which is stupid, since it works on 64-bit Linux.
Från FriBID Denna sida kan bara redigeras av inloggade användare pga upprepad länkspam,
I recently purchased a Canon Pixma MP495 wireless printer for just $30 at MicroCenter. It was a great deal that I couldn’t pass up. The MP495 wireless printer typically costs $80, but I bought it for only $30 because it was purchased along with a PC desktop system.
Posted by Carthik in administration , guides , ubuntu .
I have a few applications that I have installed without going through the Ubuntu repositories.
As you probably already know, the Linux Kernel has a pretty significant power issue starting with version 2.6.38 which hasn't been fixed yet (this includes version 3.0.0).
PART ONE: INSTALLING WINE AND STEAM By: Brandon Powell The main reason for not switching to Ubuntu or any other Linux distribution is games.
I own an Asus N73JQ laptop, the spec is top notch.