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Introduction This FAQ is aimed at Linux novices. People always wonder how much swap they should create at install time, or after installing they may think, "have I made a large enough swap? Should I reinstall with a larger swap?" This FAQ will tell you how much swap you need and how to add more swap after installation. You will be given very simple answers (to prevent losing too much time reading this FAQ) and some explanations that may help you form your own opinion.
We have already featured a post dedicated to things you should do after installing Ubuntu , now lets take a look at the applications/softwares to install after installing Ubuntu. Please bear in mind that this is a post meant for newbie Ubuntu users primarily. Top 18 applications to install after installing Ubuntu. This article have the following sub categories Top Multimedia Applications for Ubuntu My favorite multimedia applications for Ubuntu include, VLC Media Player VLC media player is arguably the most comprehensive multimedia application available for Ubuntu.
Want some Android-style live wallpaper on your Ubuntu desktop? Now you can. Inspired by Android’s live wallpapers – in particular the Galaxy Live Wallpaper – a user named ilap set about creating something similar for Ubuntu 10.10 .
If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed and if you have questions related to your ubuntu system post question to our forums . Thanks for visiting! Problem After upgrading from Ubuntu 9.04 to 9.10 you might not get the sound from your Sound Blaster Audigy sound card. Solution Install GNOME Alsa Mixer
Ubuntu 10.10, codenamed Maverick Meerkat, emerged from its burrow this month with some important changes. The user interface got a lift from some theming improvements and a new default font. Usability got a nice boost from a wide range of design improvements and feature enhancements in the Software Center and Ubiquity installer. Canonical's effort to clean up the notification area took another step forward with the addition of playback controls in the sound indicator menu. The latest version of GNOME is included, with a handful of minor improvements, and the F-Spot photo manager was replaced with Shotwell.