After ubuntu9.10 is out you will be then time to upgrade your ubuntu9.04 jaunty jackalope to the new Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala, the upgrade is easy just you have to follow a few steps and olee upgrade is done. upgrade will take sometime depending of your internet connexion and how fast is your computer so […]
Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic koala will be released in few hours, after you install karmic or upgrading, you will need to add some softwares, repositories, you can also make the look of karmic better by adding cairo dock menu for example. You can always add more themes , see this article : Great themes for Ubuntu9.10 […]
Good news for the funs of Bisigi themes , the themes actually are available also for Ubuntu 9.10 karmic koala , and you can install them by adding repositories to your karmic koala repositories, to see the complete collection and the installation steps, please see our previous tutorial : Great themes for Ubuntu 9.04 and […]
This is an extensive set of icon themes based on GNOME and Tango, with some inspiration from Human, Tango Generator, Elementary, and other open source projects. The project’s goal is to integrate closely with gnome-icon-theme, while greatly expanding its available icons and allowing users to choose from 7 completely different and unique color schemes. With […]
The actual repositories of Lucid Lynx and Maverick Meerkat contain all softwares you need for your ubuntu, from media players to graphics tools to games …and more, the installation now is getting more easy with the ubuntu software center where with a simple click you can find hondred of softwares and click to install, but […]
Wget is a free utility for non-interactive download of files from the Web. It supports http, https, and ftp protocols, as well as retrieval through http proxies. Every linux user use terminal, and using the terminal need from you to have some knowledge of command line, so today i choosed you a list of command […]
Ksplice is a free and open source extension of the Linux kernel which allows system administrators to apply security patches to a running kernel without having to reboot the operating system. Ksplice has been implemented for Linux on the x86-32 and x86-64 architectures.