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At my apartment, my roommates have all different kinds of laptops. They want to use my printer, but I can’t always be at there for them to email me the documents so I can print them from my computer. Luckily I have a desktop running Ubuntu 10.10 in my room for reasons like this. This tutorial will explain how to set up a Linux machine to be a CUPS print server that will work for Windows, Mac, and PC.
WARNING! This tutorial involves changing system level settings. If you are not comfortable in the command line of your Linux server, do not attempt.
NOTE: This trick only works with the Windows version of Dropbox
Right now, Dropbox is giving away free space for trying out an experimental build of the software. You have to install Dropbox for Windows, and then when you plug in a USB drive or SD card with pictures or videos on it, Dropbox will give you 500MB for every 500MB you upload up to 4.5GB. It works using Autoplay, so make sure that’s enabled. Go find some pictures and videos to use, and get going!
The page with the current experimental build is here: http://forums.dropbox.com/topic.php?id=52900
If you don’t see the new Google Bar at the top on sites like Gmail and Calendar, there’s an easy fix:
Go to google.com in a new tab.
Tools > Web Developer > Web Console
Preferences > Advanced > Check “Show Develop in menu bar”
Develop > Web Inspector > Console
Paste the following paragraph in the Console
Delete and retype and quotation marks (thanks Tumblr)
Get another Browser
Refresh the page and you’re done!