I have been impressed with the SANE project for scanners. Because I haven’t had to screw around with ANYTHING so far to get my scanners to work (across several different configurations).
Color inkjet printer, max. 1200x600 dpi, Mostly Recommended Driver: hplip
Generic Instructions: CUPS, LPD, LPRng, PPR, PDQ, no spooler, very inexpensive entry level model.
I installed Lubuntu on a DELL Latitude 2110 and, When I log in, it works alright, it runs the
lightdm session manager and everything appears to be working alright, except for the display.
I have an opera that I’m ripping to my computer in MKV format with Handbrake. This opera is on two discs. Is there a way to join the resulting MKV’s together? They will have the same bitrate, resolution…
I always wondered why we couldn’t just use a simple bash command line to verify that the downloaded packages have be corrupted or not. Under Debian and thus Ubuntu and other derivatives, the md5sum tool has to be installed and used for that purpose.