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One possible solution is virtualization software such as Virtual box which you can find in the software centre. Install Virtual box Create a virtual machine with networking enabled Install Ubuntu or perhaps a lighter desktop such as Lubuntu Fully upd
I have actually found for those who do not like to fully restart their boxes unless it is absolutely required the following. .
The easiest way to do this is to run a bare bones Ubuntu installation on your hard drive, install VirtualBox and set up a virtual Ubuntu machine. Run your virtual machine and set up that installation just like you want it with all the bells and whist
I'm particularly interested in the last two shortcuts. I use the "grid" option of CompizConfig Settings Manager. "Grid" is developed as an extra plugin, so you have to install compiz-fusion-plugins-extra package (I couldn't see this in "software cent
After seeing the how to mount a fat32 partition I thought I'd show you how to mount a share. First off you need to make sure the share it setup correctly on your Windows system, I'll only focus on sharing with WinXP. Its not hard on WinXP
First, open Synaptic by running synaptic in the terminal. Type the name of the app in the quick filter box. For an example, I'll use LibreOffice Writer
For Ubuntu or Debian (personally tested on Debian Wheezy - 64-bit build): From trogdor1138's comment at archlinux site, get the google-chrome rpm: wget ftp://fr2. rpmfind. net/linux/sourceforge/s/sn/snowbird/yum/sb20/google-chrome-stable-30
Just set up a simple but signed repository on a webserver. Because most other tutorials are somewhat dated or cumbersome, I'll try to replicate the procedure here. The initial configuration takes a bit of effort, but the simple build script keeps it
KDM, another display manager, has themes that may be changed using a configuration front end. LightDM has greeters that may be changed, but there is no front end. LighDM configuration is governed by the lightdm
I am using Ubuntu 11. 10 (64 bits) and I do not want to mount automatically USB thumb drives in my system. I tried the command dconf-editor and gconf-editor but there isn't the icon to disable it in nautilus preferences (apps|nautilus|preferences|med