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Mount Iphone/Ipod touch in Linux (Vectorlinux)
This tutorial is thanks to a request from a subscriber on the Youtube channel.  The tutorial addresses the steps necessary to get the newer Apple iPod Touch and iPhone devices to mount so they can be accessed by your Linux box.  Even if your Linux distribution can do this out of the box, you may find it helpful to know what is at work, so you can address the situation if something goes wrong.

Mount Iphone/Ipod touch in Linux (Vectorlinux)
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http://www.youtube.com/user/vid4ken?feature=mhee

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Ahh! I see you have seen my flying baby special effect. Spielberg has not called, but I'm waiting.
I'll go knock on his door, next time I'm up that way   ;D

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Bash Command line: History Tips and Tricks

Before you learn any commands in Linux, get to know how you can make the most of the history functions in Bash.  This will save you and your fingers a lot of wear and tear. Learning this and making sure your working in a terminal emulator that has good copy past functionality and your going to find the command line a pretty comfortable place.

Bash Command line: History Tips and Tricks
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Vectorlinux screencasts and  tutorials can be found at....
http://www.opensourcebistro.com/blog1
http://www.youtube.com/user/vid4ken?feature=mhee


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http://www.opensourcebistro.com

I've always disliked when reviews of VL stated it was a great distribution but maybe not for newbies.
I'm hoping to make a site that will change that.
Ken

You need to re due more than 75% of what you have posted there. Its way out of date, and what you have posted more often than not doesn't work in the current versions making this for a newbie a terrible experience. From what i can gather the user will need to be in the version you are posting your videos in. Consider staying with the wiki as caitlyn has already stated. If your going to maintain the repos, then maintain you site or pull it!

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Linux4me,

Could you specify which videos you have found to be out of date?  Most of the videos I access seem generally up-to-date and even those not up to date give me a pretty good idea of how to run the program at issue, even if its a later version.  I certainly don't want Stretchedthin to take the ones I use down. 

John
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yes, some are out of date. Please change the 2012 to 2013, thank you.  ;D

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yes, some are out of date. Please change the 2012 to 2013, thank you.  ;D


lol.  Damn I was counting on those Mayans being right.
Vectorlinux screencasts and  tutorials can be found at....
http://www.opensourcebistro.com/blog1
http://www.youtube.com/user/vid4ken?feature=mhee

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lol, that’s what most atheists thought to.