Brackets is a code editor that we can get for our GNU/Linux distribution for free. Brackets is created by the company Adobe although it is Free Software. Brackets is not an editor of code to use since it only allows to edit files related to web development, although files of programming languages like C or […]
In more Quantal development news, Unity in Ubuntu 12.10 would have a new feature called ‘Previews’. Previews will give users an extra option with results in the Dash – right-click to open a preview pane. In previous versions of Unity, users only had one option with results in the Dash which is to open the […]
Undoubtedly Unity Gnome 3 and changed our lives. If we return to the old desktop only have to install Gnome Shell and Desktop and selecting Gnome Classic. But as the changes come so far I found it very difficult to configure Gnome 3 or Unity. Luckily myUnity arrives. MyUnity is an independent configurator for Unity, […]
IÂ decided to leaveÂ UbuntuÂ LinuxÂ distribution. I think the version of Canonical Ldta. is no longer effective distribution. His latest version of 11.04 am disappointed with their poor performance. I also have encountered major obstacles to recompile the kernel and Gnome 3 to make it optimal. The large amount of memory needed and the large amount of CPU […]
I was writing and capturing screens when I decided to find notes on Youtube. So you better watch this video.
Website www.ubuntupocketguide.com Author Keir Thomas Format PDF Pages 152 This book is a concise companion for everyday Ubuntu use. It provides a good grounding in getting to grips with the Ubuntu 8.04 and 8.10 distributions. Topics covered include: Installing & Configuring Ubuntu Learning how to use the desktop covering logging in, layout, virtual desktops, and […]