Here is were to find some essential information on using and switching to a Linux operating system, specifically Ubuntu. Why Ubuntu? Well, it seems to be the most popular! Mar 23
Dear Ubuntu Studio developers, testers and users, We are about to release Ubuntu Studio 13.10 on the coming Thursday. However, we are desperately in need for testing. Please help us test the release candidate images! Testcases for the amd64 images are in http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/qatracker/milestones/305/builds/55592/testcases, while i386 image testcases can be found in http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/qatracker/milestones/305/builds/55593/testcases. Please also do […]
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Feature complete Run all of your favourite apps from the launcher and swipe effortlessly between them using Ubuntu’s magic edges. Use the home scope to search phone and web, and keep your life and content organised with the brilliance of the Ubuntu’s scopes. Learn more about Ubuntu’s features ›
What is Ubuntu for Android? How would you like a PC that fits in your pocket? For the lowdown on Ubuntu for Android, in terms your grandma could understand, watch this short video.
Hace unas semanas os hablábamos del gran interés que Canonical, la empresa de Ubuntu, está demostrando por los nuevos dispositivos como los smartphones y las tablets. A finales de este año se ha planteado la posibilidad de que salga al mercado dispositivos con versiones de Ubuntu adaptadas a móviles y tablets. Mientras tanto, Canonical ha puesto a disposición nuestra una serie de paquetes para que vayamos trasteando con el nuevo sistema operativo a modo de pruebas así como ha sacado un SDK para desarrollar aplicaciones o programas para este sistema operativo. ¿ Qué es un SDK y como desarrollo aplicaciones? Un SDK es un gran paquete que contiene normas, programas, archivos, librerías, etc… todo necesario para poder crear un programa y que este a partir de su construcción con el sdk pueda funcionar en los sistemas de Ubuntu. Canonical no es el primero en usar un SDK, otros, como Google o Java, tienen sus propios SDK que nos ayudan a desarrollar aplicaciones en Java y Android. El sdk de Ubuntu Mobile: cómo crear una aplicación
L’Ubuntu Party de Paris, c’est ce weekend. Les portes du Carrefour numérique de la Cité des sciences et de l’industrie viennent d’ouvrir, et les nombreux bénévoles sont fin prêts à vous accueillir, jusqu’à 18h ce soir, puis de nouveau ce Dimanche de 11h à 18h. Vous n’êtes pas à Paris ?
Get your apps everywhere Develop applications that run on multiple devices and form factors: phone, PC, tablet, TV... you name it!. Open source and commercial apps Ubuntu apps can be open or closed source, and free or paid-for. You decide the price and the applicable licence. Audience of millions As the third most popular desktop operating system, Ubuntu reaches millions around the globe. Now also on phones, sky is the limit!
With out, I thought I’d have a look back at the numbers for . Not because they’re amazing or scientifically in depth. No, it’s because I’m bored, and it’s been available for over a month.
Cycles ago, the developers moved the app menus from within the app windows to the Unity panel, feature labeled as appmenu or global menu. Yet, since the appmenu implementation, various users have expressed demands for a within-windows menu, in order to easily access the menu. If you have been using the appmenu and you are still uncomfortable with it, then you are to welcome the newly-arrived in-window titlebars, new menus landed in Ubuntu 14.04 via the regular updates.
Laptop Mode Tools is a package that allows you to extend the battery life of your laptop by enabling the Laptop Mode Linux kernel feature along with other power-related tweaks. This was a command line only tool until version 1.64, which introduces a GUI that lets you toggle individual power saving modules. The new GUI configuration tool isn't exactly pretty as you can see in the screenshot below, but it's definitely an useful addition because it no longer requires users to work with various configuration files.
<h3><b><span style="color: #01b1d3;">1: Bash Guide for Beginners</span></b></h3><div class="separator" style="clear: both; text-align: center;"><img border="0" src="https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-vtRQEdaEhys/UrRHwFXta8I/AAAAAAAAGos/-kUZySTux9Y/s259/Bash-Guide-for-Beginners.gif" /></div><b>Everybody working on a UNIX or UNIX-like system who wants to make life easier on themselves, power users and sysadmins alike, can benefit from reading this guide.</b><br /> The Bash Guide for Beginners gets you started with Bash scripting and bridges the gap between the Bash HOWTO and the Advanced Bash Scripting Guide. Everybody who wants to make life easier on themselves, power users and sysadmins alike, can benefit from reading this practical course. The guide contains lots of examples and exercises at the end of each chapter, demonstrating the theory and helping you practice. Bash is available on a wide variety of UNIX, Linux, MS Windows and other systems.
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Ubuntu 11.04: How To Enable the Unity Desktop Interface : Product Reviews Net By Jamie Pert Posted 9 May 2011, 19:15 Lots of people are still unsure as to whether the Unity user interface which was rolled out with Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Narwhal is an improvement when compared to Gnome, one thing which we recently realised upon installation of the latest Ubuntu release is the fact that for lots of people it is not available upon installation. Because the Unity UI is more demanding on your computer hardware you may need to install additional drivers to allow it to work, this is a very simple process thanks to Ubuntu’s built in “Additional Drivers” menu option. All we had to do was go to System, Administration and then select “Additional Drivers”, here we found that Ubuntu had found some propriety Nvidia drivers which we could install, they had not been enabled as standard as they were not open-source. Hopefully you will see a driver which is recommended by Ubuntu, simply click on it and then click Activate, the driver will now download and install itself.
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