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Nathan_Benton

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Hello, I have just moved from Ubuntu Linux to Xandros, and let me say Xandros has really made me happy. I have 2 small questions regarding Xandros though.

1. When I go to download a file, what Linux system to I choose? Do I download RPM files for it?

2. When I open FireFox its never maximized. Is there any settings I can change to set up my browser so that when I open it, it will open maximized? Thank you for your time and concern :tazz:

~Nathan
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I'm sure Xandros has RPM support, if not you should be able to download some. But as far as I know Xandros uses apt-get.

Ehh I'm quite sure about firefox, never had that problem :tazz: . Did it come installed with Xandros, or did you install it?
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just get the source tarball and compile it yourself
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