Only way I can think of using RDP is to setup one computer to be forwarded to from the router and then open another terminal session inside that session.
It can be confusing but it will work.
edit: You could connect via a VPN thats what I do at work.
I recently installed a new exchange server and now we can not send or receive large attachments which is crucial to work.
I've checked every place I can think of as to where this limit is coming from.
Global Settings is set to No Limit
Default SMTP Virtual Server is set to no limit
Yeah, you need to have 32-bit libs installed to run 32-bit apps on 64-bit linux.
If you search the gentoo forums you'll find plenty of mentions on what you need and how to use them. it should also work on fedora.
As far as the RAM limits. If you turn on Hi-MEM in the kernel then you will...
Theres a known bug in windows where by using some ASCII characters a folder will not be deleteable by windows.
You can try using Safe Mode Command Prompt and using wildcards (*) to delete the folder usig deltree or del, try both.
choose either of these, I prefer the commandline version but it is harder to use. I also compile mine from source to get better encodinng performance but these should work fine for normal playback.
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What distro are you using?
With Ubuntu and Gentoo you are able to search their official forums and find the answer to almost every common problem. I don't know what the otehr distro's user community is like.
But the best way to truly learn linux commands is to just force yourself to use...
There are ways using convertfs (http://freshmeat.net/projects/convertfs), but the best way is to reformat
boot off a live cd
copy all data from partition you want to convert to seperate partition
format partition to filesystem you want to change
copy data back over
fix /etc/fstab to show...
Debian/Gentoo/FreeBSD are probably the best choices.
All three are powerful and easily customized to what you need. I would stay away from Redhat because the packaging sucks and it's too bloated (Plus I just plain hate Redhat)
Don't be afraid to try something you don't know, it's the best...
You'll need to get win32codecs and mplayer, I'm noy sure if ubuntu includes win32codecs in tehir repositories since it's not completly legit. But I'm sure you'll be able to find a package out there for ubuntu that inclides it. Lok on the ubuntu forums and google
Most of them contain individual conf files, startup scripts, and configuration data fro your apps.
Don't delete them unless you know for sure whatyou are doing.
They are hidden to make your home directory less confusing and cleaner.
you are going to have to install gcc from a binary package.
Since you don't have a C compiler on the computer you can't compile gcc.
Use which ever package manager redhat uses now to install the GCC package and you should be fine.
The best feature of APC is their insurance, it covers everything connected to the UPSshould it fail for some reason, up to $150,000 I believe.
I have also heard good things about them responding quickly to claims.
it's all I use at work, good stuff.