Nautilus-Elementary 2.30 for ubuntu 10.04
Nautilus-Elementary developer – and by developer I mean super hard working superhero developer –ammonkey has just pushed Nautilus-Elementary 2.30 into the Nautilus-Elementary PPA.
HP deskjet f2480 in ubuntu
the hp deskjet f2480 is currently a very popular printer ,after several attempts in get the provided drivers from ubuntu to work i discided to use a drive from another hp series which works perfectly HP deskjet 4200 series drivers
Nautilus GUI improvements
Not only does it look nicer - it's stable, a more recent build than that in Ubuntu and... well.. it looks nicer! Look!
By merging the toolbars, buttons and breadcrumbs, Elementary Nautilus makes the best use of space. And yes! You can still have your sidebar, too!
Open a terminal and type the following commands, hitting your return/enter key after each.
Two things i really miss from previous versions of Ubuntu
Re-enable Workspace Scrolling Using Your Mouse Scroll-wheel !!
Annoyed that in Karmic you can no-longer switch between desktops using your mouse wheel? De-annoy yourself thanks to this easy fix.
Recovering Grub 2 after installing windows
Using the Live cd method:
You will need a LIVE cd if you are going to recover an Ubuntu Box.Download Ubuntu Jaunty, Karmic whatever you want.Open the system with Live CD (I assume you are using Ubuntu Live CD).Press Alt+F2 and enter gnome-terminal command.And continue by entering :
$sudo fdisk -l
This will show your partition table.Here is my table to understand it better :
Windows 7 VS Ubuntu Linux 9.10
After using both operating systems for months now i am convinced that both have made a big change to there overall systems and how they plan to move on to the future
It is finally here what should you expect, ubuntu 9.10
ubuntu 9.10 has finally arrived to all our update managers and you may be thinking what is the latest and greatest software ubuntu has to offer,in this blog i will give you a short run down of the new feachers and bugs.
Whats new in ubuntu 9.10 (Ubuntu Karmic)
Below is a list of features and changes in Ubuntu 9.10 that you may not already know about… Or even be expecting!
Automount ntfs drives in ubuntu
Auto-mounting NTFS / Windows Partitions in Ubuntu is actually really easy. It’s great, for example, if you have a partition you share between Windows and Linux with files on.
Set NTFS/Windows Partitions To Auto-Mount1. Go to Applications > Add/Remove
2. Search for 'NTFS Configuration Tool'
3. Install it.
Once installed make sure any drive you wish to Auto-mount is unmounted. Do this either my restarting Ubuntu and not mounting the drives, or by ejecting them via nautilus’ side-pane or the terminal.
New Version Of Skype Released for linux
Skype 2.1 Beta was released for Linux yesterday brining with it a host of new and improved features – including PulseAudio support!
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