User:Helge Stenström

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I use both Windows and Linux in the workplace. Want to try out andLinux, and perhaps contribute just a little to the wiki.
I use both Windows and Linux in the workplace. Want to try out andLinux, and perhaps contribute just a little to the wiki.
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= Pages I'd like to see on the wiki =
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Below I will list pages that I think ought to be a part of the wiki and of the documentation. Perhaps I will also write a stub for these pages.
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* Uninstalling andLinux
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* The role of Ubuntu and andLinux repositories
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* Setting up andLinux on Vista
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* Accessing windows files from andLinux. I have had problems with that on Vista. The problems were perhaps more Vista than andLinux related. I think I didn't manage to create a shared folder at all. There are probably differences between different versions of Windows (XP home, XP proffesional, different flavors of Vista, Windows 7, etc.)

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I use both Windows and Linux in the workplace. Want to try out andLinux, and perhaps contribute just a little to the wiki.

Pages I'd like to see on the wiki

Below I will list pages that I think ought to be a part of the wiki and of the documentation. Perhaps I will also write a stub for these pages.

  • Uninstalling andLinux
  • The role of Ubuntu and andLinux repositories
  • Setting up andLinux on Vista
  • Accessing windows files from andLinux. I have had problems with that on Vista. The problems were perhaps more Vista than andLinux related. I think I didn't manage to create a shared folder at all. There are probably differences between different versions of Windows (XP home, XP proffesional, different flavors of Vista, Windows 7, etc.)

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