No sound in flash and video in openSUSE

I was playing recently with openSUSE 11.3 linux distribution and noticed that this is an amazingly good distro. I noticed a few glitches though, related mostly to the sound in flash (for example, when playing youtube.com web site) and in video. By some reason, I was able to listen music in amarok, but if I …

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Checking ink level of your printer attached to RT-N16 router

Found a really useful utility which can get the ink level of printer attached to your router. It is called ink, and you can install it like this: # ipkg install ink Installing ink (0.5.0-1) to /opt/… Downloading http://ipkg.nslu2-linux.org/feeds/optware/ddwrt/cross/stable//ink_0.5.0-1_mipsel.ipk Installing libinklevel (0.8.0-1) to /opt/… Downloading http://ipkg.nslu2-linux.org/feeds/optware/ddwrt/cross/stable//libinklevel_0.8.0-1_mipsel.ipk Configuring ink Configuring libinklevel Successfully terminated. For this you …

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Configuring sane scanning server on Tomato USB for Asus RT-N16

As I wrote in my previous post, Tomato USB firmware is quite stable and functional. It was able to detect my Epson BX300F printer just of the box, but later I’ve noticed that the scanner on my printer does not work. It is possible to solve this problem with just a few lines of commands …

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Installing ipkg on Tomato USB for Asus RT-N16

It’s been quite a long time seems I’ve installed Oleg’s firmware and it was working very well. The version of firmware I was using for these 6 months is RT-N16-1.9.2.7-rtn-r1639 and you can download it here: http://www.shcherbyna.com/?page_id=950 (exact URL is http://www.shcherbyna.com/files/rt-n16/RT-N16-1.9.2.7-rtn-r1639.trx.zip ) Yesterday I’ve decided to upgrade to a latest Oleg firmware and I got …

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Flash video plays very fast in Fedora and Ubuntu without any sound

I was playing recently with Ubuntu 10.10 alpha3 and Fedora 14 alpha1 and I’ve noticed a common bug: if you try to play flash video it plays very fast and usually without the sound. Sometimes when playing video I see that my web camera is turning on, thus making me to think that it is …

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