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I've showed it for Debain Squeeze, here is how to do it for Debian Wheezy:
Hi! Did you find that super rare cool YouTube video, and you would like to save it on your local PC, possibly convert it to mp3 ? If your answer is yes, here is how to do that in Linux (Ubuntu or Debian distros) from the command line.
It is very useful to combine multiple PDF documents into one file. In order to do that first insatll the following packages in Ubuntu / Debian:
Later edit: for Debian Wheezy check this.
If you need to watch TV on Ubuntu (versions 10.04 to 12.04), the best solution is to use a little software called TV-Maxe. TV-Maxe is a software which allows you to view televiosn channels (a lot of them which are Romanian, but there are some international TV channels as well) or to listen to radio streams.
Lately I've had to deal with the Django UnicodeEncodeError... Here's what it was and how I've fixed it:
If you need to access your home network (but it can be your work network aswell) from a remote location, a great option is to set up some sort of VPN connection. There are a few different types of VPN connections, such as PPTP, L2TP, and IPSec, and each has advantages and disadvantages. One of the advantages of PPTP VPN connections is that almost all devices that can create VPN connections, have a PPTP VPN client already.
Linux can be set up as a PPTP Server easily ... here is how to configure a pptp server on Ubuntu: