Ozone3 Theme Ready for Testing Lubuntu are switching back to the elementary-esque ‘Ozone’ theme for their 12.04 release. The switchback means there’s lot of work to be down on the theme to get it ready in time, including switching it over to GTK3. But progress is coming along nicely – so much so that it’s now available to test. You can grab the latest development builds of the theme from wiki.ubuntu.com/Lubuntu/Artwork/Incoming/Precise/Ozone LXFind – Lubuntu’s New Search Tool Lubuntu News Round-Up
Lucid - From Also see info about the most recent LTS version, Precise Pangolin (12.04 LTS). Introduction On April 29, 2010, Ubuntu 10.04 LTS was released. It is codenamed Lucid Lynx and is the successor to Karmic Koala (9.10) (Karmic+1). Lucid Lynx is an LTS (Long Term Support) release.
Celebrating the Marriage of Automotive and Consumer Electronics at CES With an average number of 315 weddings per day, Las Vegas definitely takes a top spot on the list of locations for forging bonds. Ever since Ford CEO Alan Mulally's keynote at CES 2010 the automotive industry has come back to Sin City in early January for dates with consumer technologies. CES 2014 was no different except maybe that this time cars have taken center stage at the annual event. One co...
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Forty years ago I was enraptured by the ability to control a machine using software logic, which diverted me from electrical engineering to software development. Somewhere along the line I realized that developing software for software's sake is not very useful, as I recognized that not everyone had the same fascination for computers and computing that I did. Other peoples' creative talents surface in other areas. Some people, for instance, like to create music. They are skilled at playing the guitar or the piano, composing new music and leading the singing of people with their own voice. My parents made me play the clarinet, because they realized that I could not play the instrument and sing at the same time....a blessing to their ears. Open Source Multimedia Tools Make Sweet Music
manual Getting Started with Ubuntu 13.10 is a complete beginner's manual for Ubuntu, featuring comprehensive guides, How Tos, and information on anything you need to know after first installing Ubuntu. Designed to be as user-friendly and easy to follow as possible, the Ubuntu Manual provides the first point of reference for any Ubuntu newcomer with lots of information in one easy-to-access PDF file. Every six months we produce a new revision of this manual intend to produce a new revision -- a new release to coincide with each new release of Ubuntu. The manual is written and maintained by the Ubuntu Manual Team, a group of volunteers striving to improve Ubuntu education by creating quality, up-to-date and consistent learning materials and documentation. The team has a website where lots of information can be found along with a copy of the manual.
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Ubuntu Manual - Home Easy to understand - our manual has step by step instructions and is jargon-free A picture is worth a thousand words - lots of screenshots to show you how to do tasks All in one place - conveniently located in one file, so you don’t have to look all over the web for help Progressive learning curve - start with the basics, and learn as you work through each chapter Dozens of languages - translated into more than 52 languages, including localized screenshots
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UPDATE 2013-07-30: Thanks to very generous individuals, we managed to fulfil the funding goal for the upcoming year ahead of schedule, the funding run will re-open next year! We (as staff) have witnessed incredible support for the site over the last few years, which is a humbling experience to say the least. So, again, many many thanks to those who have helped! Parteh time! The Mod Archive v4.0a - A distinctive collection of modules
The Acer Aspire One (or AAO, or AA1, as it's known by fans), is a type of ultra-portable computer called a "Netbook". Since there is so much community documentation for the Acer Aspire One, the docs have been divided into subpages. This main page acts as an index and contains some general information. There are many netbooks under the name "Acer Aspire One". AspireOne
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openSUSE 13.1: Ready For Action! Dear contributors, friends and fans: The release is here! Eight months of planning, packaging, adding features, fixing issues, testing and fixing more issues has brought you the best that Free and Open Source has to offer, with our Green touch: Stable and Awesome. This release did benefit from the improvements to our testing infrastructure and much attention for bug fixing. While a combination of over 6000 packages supporting 5 architectures can never be perfect, we're proud to say this really does represent the best Free Software has to offer!
Beast running with FFT scopes Sunday 06th July 2013, BEAST 0.8.2 Release This release comes with newly added support for the FLAC sample file format, thanks to Stefan Westerfeld. Tarball: beast-0.8.2.tar.bz2 Documentation: Reference. Changes: NEWS file. BEAST/BSE News
This guide attempts to give a few brief hints for new users, in order to get started with the most basic tasks that can be accomplished with Beast. First Start At Synthesis The most basic task Beast is able to accomplish is the creation of new musical sounds which is done by using a variety of music producers, called “Modules”. Forming a network of multiple modules to create a new sound is most generally being refered to as “Synthesis”. Beast Quickstart | Testbit
Overview and Getting Started More about the Puppy project Linux is a free operating system, and Puppy Linux is a special build of Linux meant to make computing easy and fast. Puppy Linux enables you to save money while doing more work, even allowing you to do magic by recovering data from destroyed PCs or by removing malware from Windows.
Linux Shortcuts and Commands: Linux Newbie Administrator Guideby Stan and Peter Klimas This is a practical selection of the commands we use most often. Press <Tab> to see the listing of all available command (on your PATH). On my small home system, it says there are 2595 executables on my PATH.
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