In an attempt to find a good Unix reference for you FOSSwire readers, I was unsuccessful at finding a decent one on the Internet. So, why not make one? Click the image above to download a full PDF. Print it out, stick it on your wall, and pass it on. It's licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported license, so feel free do distribute and modify it, even for commercial use! Just keep the FOSSwire credit on the page.
The page CompositeManager is updated and more comprehensive. Compiz is a 3D desktop for your computer. Compiz Fusion is the new name for the plugins and tools from Beryl.
Wubi ( W indows-based UB untu I nstaller ) is an official Windows -based free software installer for Ubuntu , which installs the software on an existing Windows partition, thus without need for partitioning. Wubi was born as an independent project and as such versions 7.04 and 7.10 were unofficial releases. [ 2 ] Since 8.04 the code has been merged within Ubuntu and since 8.04 alpha 5, Wubi can also be found in the Ubuntu Live CD. [ 1 ] The project's aim is to enable existing Windows users, unacquainted with Linux , to try Ubuntu without risking any data loss (due to disk formatting or partitioning mistakes). [ 2 ] It can also safely uninstall Ubuntu from within Windows. It is not a virtual machine , but creates a stand-alone installation within a loopmounted device , also known as a disk image , like Topologilinux does. It is not a Linux distribution of its own, but rather an installer for Ubuntu . [ 1 ]