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Converting bin/cue image to iso

In order to convert an bin/cue image to iso format (which can be easily mounted),¬†bchunk is your friend. You can install it in Fedora from standard repository using yum: sudo yum install bchunk To convert “foo” bin/cue pair image to

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Finally working Nvidia Optimus in Fedora

Notes: This applies to Fedora 17 & 18 with latest updates and was tested on Asus K93SV laptop with GT540M GPU (wrongly reported as GT555M by lspci in F17). Now there is also an official page on Fedora wiki on

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Extracting pages from PDF files under Linux

If you need to extract some pages from a PDF file under Linux, you can easily do it with pdftk: pdftk A=infile.pdf cat ASP-EP output outfile.pdf where: infile is the input PDF file outfile is the output PDF file SP

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Recursive copy with tar in Unix/Linux

To recursively copy a directory structure while preserving permissions use the following command from directory containing source_dir: tar cf Рsource_dir | ( cd destination_dir; tar xfp -) where source_dir is the source directory tree destination_dir  is the destination directory

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Samsung SCX-4x16F printer installation in Fedora

This was tested on Fedora 16 & 17. 1. Get latest UnifiedLinuxDriver.tar.gz from Samsung website and uncompress it obtaining cdroot directory. 2. Copy necessary files for CUPS: mkdir /usr/share/cups/model/samsung cp cdroot/Linux/noarch/at_opt/share/ppd/scx4x16.ppd \ /usr/share/cups/model/samsung/ for i386: cp cdroot/Linux/i386/at_root/usr/lib/cups/filter/rastertosamsungspl \ /usr/lib/cups/filter/ for

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