The Beta 1 releases of Ubuntu 13.10 Saucy Salamander flavors has been released. Each flavor of Ubuntu 13.10 brings many bug fixes and improvements to its desktop environment. Check the release notes and Download options down below. Continue reading
The minimalist linux distribution Tiny Core team announced a new release “Tiny Core 4.7.4″. Check the release notes and Download options down below. Continue reading
Ubuntu Quantal Quetzal reaches its beta phase, the first beta release of Ubuntu 12.10 brings many new features to Unity user interface and many applications packages has been updated. Check what’s new and Download links for Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal Quetzal Beta 1 down below. Continue reading
Officially the first development release “Alpha 1″ of Ubuntu 12.04 LTS has been released with code name Precise Pangolin. Alpha 1 release featuring many changes most of them mentioned on the last “UDS” Ubuntu Developer Summit. So, let’s check what’s new in Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin and download links. Continue reading
Banshee 2.2 the stable version has been released after six months since Banshee 2.0 released. Banshee 2.2 introduces many new features and 108 bug fixes since Banshee 2.0. Continue reading
VM Virtualbox is a virtualizations software allows you to run or install operating system in you currently running operating system without modifying anything on installed operating system.
If you been using KDE Desktop there is a cool feature for auto change wallpapers called slideshow, you simply assign folder or many with wallpapers.
But with Wally wallpapers changer there are many features it not only using folders and files to slideshow them, it also can to search for many websites and search engines and fetch pictures to be wallpapers on your desktop such as Flickr, Yahoo!, Panoramio, Pikeo, Ipernity, Photobucket, Buzznet, Picasa, Smugmug, Bing, Google, Vladstudio and deviantART images. Continue reading
Ubuntu 10.10 Alpha 1 Maverick Meerkat you won’t notice a big difference between it and 10.04 LTS, fixed many bugs check bug tracking on launchpad for more information.
Latest Reviews for Ubuntu 10.10
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- Sticking With Ubuntu 10.04 LTS OR Switching To Ubuntu 10.10
Main Enhancement On Ubuntu 10.10 Alpha 1
- check the Blueprints for Maverick to know fixed bugs and upgraded packages for Maverick
- upgraded to gnome 2.31 and for Kubuntu KDE upgraded to version 4.5 beta 1
- Kernel version 2.6.34-5.12 based on Kernel 2.6.34
Download Ubuntu 10.10 Alpha 1
Testing Environment using Vbox with these Hardware specification:
- Single core processor 2.1 Ghz
- 384 MB of RAM
- 12 MB of video memory
Same looking as Ubuntu 10.04 LTS, quick booting time, same installed default themes, and backgrounds, but many applications upgraded to last release.
Ubuntu 10.10 Alpha 1 screenshots
Overall about Ubuntu 10.10 Alpha 1
still quite early for this release to notice changes between it and older version 10.04 LTS. but it’s working really good i didn’t got any problem with at all so far.
Waiting for Alpha 2 according to schedule will be released July 1st, That’s it for now.
Froyo 2.2 platform comes with a lot of new features for user interface, performance improvement, security, even more. But there are many things really cool about the user interface, internet communication, and gaming performance.
1. Home screen
added 3 quick access button to easier navigation for dialing calls, Navigating main menu, and web browser.
2. WI-FI Hotspot
Connect to internet through WI-FI hotspot directly from your device. it’s really cool when you want to connect to internet from you laptop and you can’t find a wireless network near you.
3. Graphics improvement
OpenGL es 2.0 supported and ETC1 for texture compression. that’s really improved gaming performance and multimedia files playing.
4. Bluetooth enhancement
supporting dialing over bluetooth, sharing contact informations, connecting fixed docks, and headsets.
check the full features and enhancement about Android 2.2 Froyo in this link
That’s it for now.
LXDE is really lightweight desktop and that what this desktop name stand for, a lot of distributions right now using LXDE desktop, if you was a windows user you will feel it looks similar to it a little bit. But this is not the idea, LXDE comes with a lot of integrated packages with it for file manager “PCMan file manager”, and music player LXmusic, and many other packages.
LXDE menu panel
File manager for LXDE
Music player and themes manager for LXDE Desktop, also you will be able to change themes and icons
you download it and install it from LXDE website This way recommended to other distribution or
for Ubuntu 10.04 LTS
Go To Terminal and type:
## will ask you for the administration password
then it will take some time for the installation process
after the Installation over, Log out and log in with LXDE Desktop
Enjoy LXDE on Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx
That’s it for now.
Empathy is a messaging program which supports text, voice, and video chat and file transfers over many different protocols. You can tell it about your accounts on all those services and do all your chatting within one application.
Themes listed down there working for Empathy and Adium, Empathy supports Adium Message Styles starting from 2.27.3 (if built with WebKitGtk support).
How to install Empathy Themes:
This on ubuntu 10.04 LTS
paste the theme folder to this directory “/usr/share/adium/message-styles”
Renkoo and Renkoo Naked have custom background support!!!! Dreams do come true!!
This message style is the realisation of design ideas I’ve had in my head over the past few months. It builds on the basic stripped-down code of a previous, unreleased theme.
This is the first version released and I have set it at v.8 because there are still a number of things I have not touched as of yet. You will probably get unexpected results with.
Added 2 new variants to GoneDark: Crimson & Steel.
Added new style called GoneDark Polarized, the albino brother of GoneDark.
GoneDark Polarized contains 5 themes: Arctic, Cosmos, Firelight, Margarita & Standard.
Added Service name to message window.
Fixed issue with long strings not wrapping to the next line.
Fixed the ability to change the background. Changing fonts still an issue.
Graphics by Imrik, updated and reworked by myself.
Transparency abound, Eclipse can stand in front of anything. It’s fun, subtle, beautiful, utterly kick-ass, and any other adjective you want it to be.
Now with more variants and cleaner code.
Candybars is a simple message view style without buddy icons and other unnecessary distractions. It comes in 25 different color variations.
Adium Matte is the Adium version of iChat Matte. It simulates iChat’s bubbles but instead of the default aqua appearance, it uses a matte appearance that is more subtle and appealing.
Because of the limitations of Adium Message Styles and my own time, I was only able to make incoming variants. Your message color will always be aqua. Feel free to change this to anything you want with the main.css stylesheet in the xtra. It will accept any color and mask it accordingly.
A quick How To: change the password for users accounts on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS using Terminal
change the password for the operating system from time to time, that’s keep your stuff safe.
- Instructions to make a strong password
it really important to know how to choose your password make sure you have included different letters, not a familiar word, not a birthday, not a mobile phone number, try to use capital letters, signs such as ” *-+_..” stuff like this.
Go to terminal
passwd "username" without quotes ""
will ask you for current password
then it will ask you for new password you want, make sure you remember to this instructions to make a strong password.
that’s it for now.