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Viewer Comment: I saw you were having some trouble with scanners last week. I've been there before, and the answer is a commercial product called Vuescan.
Viewer Question: I'm looking for something to either boost or extend a wireless network. I would like to take the WiFi around 200 feet from a brick building to a portable classroom-style building. Do you have any suggestions?
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Feature: Creating panoramic images using free software and a standard digital camera.
Installing Hugin on Ubuntu Linux using Synaptic Package Manager.
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Snapping the images for your panoramic photograph with a standard digital camera.
Setting up your camera lens type in Hugin.
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