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 Ubuntu Linux Tutorials,Howtos,Tips & News

 Ubuntu Linux Tutorials,Howtos,Tips & News
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! This is a simple to follow, with step-by-step instructions and plenty of screenshots, allowing you to discover the potential of your new Ubuntu system. Getting Started with Ubuntu is not intended to be a comprehensive Ubuntu instruction manual. It is a quick-start guide that will get you doing the things you need to do with your computer easily, without getting bogged down with technical details. Ubuntu incorporates many new and improved features, including new icons (some dynamic), more appearance options, locally integrated menus, and smart scopes, to name just a few.

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Intel Graphics Performance Guide for Ubuntu 9.04 (Jaunty) Users  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! Sponsored Link Overview Some users are experiencing performance issues with Intel integrated graphics chips in Jaunty, for several reasons: DerivativeTeam/Derivatives These editions are created and maintained by Canonical and the Ubuntu community. They receive full support from Canonical, its partners and the community. These editions were created and maintained by Canonical and the Ubuntu community. They received full support from Canonical, its partners and the community. These are releases that are fully integrated in the Ubuntu project and contribute significantly and directly towards the project:

Ubuntu Font Family Direct doen in Ubuntu - Computertip Terug naar de thuispagina Proficiat, u hebt een kersvers geïnstalleerde Ubuntu 16.04.x Xenial Xerus! Wat doet u nu het beste eerst? Hieronder vindt u een lijstje dat u punt voor punt kan afwerken. Ik heb de ingrepen in drie soorten verdeeld: - 10 beslist noodzakelijke (deel 1); - niet noodzakelijk maar wel aangeraden (deel 2); - misschien handig (deel 3). How to install an offline dictionary in Ubuntu By Ricky on February 3rd, 2010 A dictionay is one application that many people look for once they have installed Ubuntu. There are many dictionaries available but they are all online dictionary and as a result, you cannot use it if you are not connected to the internet. In this article, we will show you how you can get an offline dictionary in Ubuntu. To get an offline dictionay in Ubuntu, simply follow the following steps: Open the Terminal (or Konsole).Install the dictionary server with the comand:

ubuntu Web Upd8: Ubuntu / Linux blog Five months after the last alpha, NixNote 2 beta is finally available for download. NixNote, previously known as Nevernote, is an unofficial Evernote client for Linux which was initially written in Java. NixNote 2 is a complete rewrite of NixNote in C++ using the Qt framework, having speed and a reduced memory footprint as the main goals. 49 tips en trucs voor Ubuntu - deel 1 - Computertip Deze website wordt gesponsord door Google-advertenties. Gebruikt u een advertentieblokkeerder? Dan blokkeert u ook mijn advertentie-inkomsten.... Als u deze website wil ondersteunen, dan kunt u uw advertentieblokkeerder instellen om voor mijn website een uitzondering te maken. Bij voorbaat dank....

How to Change The Periodic Disk Check in Ubuntu (fsck) ~ Web Upd In Ubuntu (and most Linux distributions), your disks are checked every certain number of times your computer starts (using "fsck", "file system consistency check") to detect errors and correct them. If you're in a hurry, you can press the ESC key to skip this checking process and it will scan the disks the next time you start your computer. But if you want, you can change the frequency of this disk checks using "tune2fs", which adjusts ext2/ext3 filesystem parameters. Here is an example: sudo tune2fs -c 50 /dev/hda2

MyReferenceDesk Virtualbox – Ubuntu 10.10 screen resolution problem and resolution How to change the screen resolution in Ubuntu running in VirtualBox I just took the dive into setting up a virtual machine on my home PC, and decided to install Ubuntu on it. Ubuntu Last Update: 2017-04-04 21:20 UTC OS Type: LinuxBased on: DebianOrigin: Isle of ManArchitecture: armhf, i686, powerpc, ppc64el, s390x, x86_64Desktop: UnityCategory: Beginners, Desktop, Server, Live MediumRelease Model: FixedStatus: ActivePopularity: 4 (1,483 hits per day) Ubuntu is a complete desktop Linux operating system, freely available with both community and professional support. The Ubuntu community is built on the ideas enshrined in the Ubuntu Manifesto: that software should be available free of charge, that software tools should be usable by people in their local language and despite any disabilities, and that people should have the freedom to customise and alter their software in whatever way they see fit. "Ubuntu" is an ancient African word, meaning "humanity to others".

Easy Picture Resize & Rotate in Ubuntu with Nautilus-Image-Converter May 23, 2010 by Ubuntu Genius Nautilus Image Converter is a plugin or extension for Ubuntu‘s file manager that lets you quickly and easily resize and rotate image files. Once installed, all you have to do is right-click a picture file, or a group of them, and choose either “Resize Images…” or “Rotate Images…“. In the Resize Images dialogue you can choose from predefined sizes via “Select a size:” (96×96 & 128×128 for thumbnails or avatars, as well as wallpaper dimensions for older 4:3 screen resolutions 640×480, 800×600, 1024×768 & 1280×960), “Scale:” it to a certain percentage, or choose your own “Custom size:“. Secure Boot bootloader for distributions available now I'm pleased to say that a usable version of shim is now available for download. As I discussed here, this is intended for distributions that want to support secure boot but don't want to deal with Microsoft. To use it, rename shim.efi to bootx64.efi and put it in /EFI/BOOT on your UEFI install media. Drop MokManager.efi in there as well. Finally, make sure your bootloader binary is called grubx64.efi and put it in the same directory.

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