Lady’s and Gentlemen, I’m glad to release today “Ubuntu WP” a Free WordPress Theme.
Ubuntu is a computer operating system. It is often rated as the most popular of the many Linux distributions.
Here we are with this nice theme will a lot of features and support also WordPress 2.6+.
Ubuntu WP – Features:
- Widget Ready
- Support Tags
- CSS Valid
- HTML Valid
The theme load time is very fast and this is most important. I have used just a few images and no other scripts.
Preview: Ubuntu WP
(please don’t upload the theme in other server without my permission and please don’t link directly)
Firestarter is an Open Source visual firewall program. The software aims to combine ease of use with powerful features, therefore serving both Linux desktop users and system administrators.
Why you need a firewall
A firewall does not guarantee security but it is in most environments the first line of defense against network based attacks.
New Core System features
The Ubuntu 8.04 release candidate brings you the latest and greatest GNOME 2.22.1 with lots of new features and improvements, such as a new version of the Nautilus file manager that uses the faster and more reliable GVFS backend and shows a list of possible actions upon insertion of removable media, an international clock applet that can show time and weather information for multiple locations around the world, the new Seahorse keyring manager, and Google Calendar support in Evolution.
Ubuntu 8.04 LTS is the upcoming version of the Ubuntu operating system. The common name given to this release from the time of its early development was “Hardy Heron”.
Before you start
You can directly upgrade to Ubuntu 8.04 LTS (“Hardy Heron”) from Ubuntu 7.10 (“Gutsy Gibbon”) or from Ubuntu 6.06 LTS (“Dapper Drake”). This page continues instructions for both. (see UpgradeNotes)
Be sure that you have all updates applied to your current version of Ubuntu before you upgrade.
Before upgrading it is recommended that you read the release notes for Ubuntu 8.04 LTS, which document caveats and workarounds for known issues in this version.
Note: If you have a version of Ubuntu other than 6.06 LTS or 7.10, please see Installation/UpgradeFromOldVersion for information on how to upgrade.
Upgrade from 7.10 to 8.04 LTS Beta
Press Alt-F2 and type update-manager --devel-release
Click the Check button to check for new updates.
A message will appear informing you of the availability of the new release.
Follow the on-screen instructions.