In this post, we’re showcasing a collection of Ubuntu Wallpapers. We have chose the best designs around the web and putted them together. You can find any color and any shape. Find what do you like most, download exactly or bigger size as your resolution screen and enjoy it.
Quick Tip: Find your Resolution Screen
In most case you need a wallpaper that match with your resolution screen. Check it form whatismyscreenresolution.com website.
If you make/type something wrong, the PC always emits a typical system beep. Unfortunately some times, this noise is very annoying and not always desired.
This problem can be solved with just a short command from Terminal Window:
Turn beep OFF:
Upgrading from Ubuntu 8.10
To upgrade from Ubuntu 8.10 on a desktop system, press Alt+F2 and type in
update-manager -d into the command box. Update Manager should open up and tell you:
New distribution release '9.04' is available. Click Upgrade and follow the on-screen instructions.
To upgrade from Ubuntu 8.10 on a server system: install the update-manager-core package if it is not already installed; edit /etc/update-manager/release-upgrades and set Prompt=normal; launch the upgrade tool with the command
sudo do-release-upgrade; and follow the on-screen instructions.
This year in October we will have a new version of the operating system marked with Ubuntu’s logo and under the codename Karmic Koala powered by Canonical.
When you hit the backspace key in Firefox on Windows it normally goes back to the previous page, but it doesn’t on Ubuntu Linux. Below are a few steps on how to fix Firefox in Ubuntu to get the backspace button to go back in history instead of going up the page.
A version of Ubuntu designed especially for the Eee Asus Netbook. It is an ideal alternative for those with Xandros as well as for having XP. This new version is based on the latest release of Ubuntu, with built in drivers for the WiFi chipset, graphics, touchpad, webcam and sound. There are also three different versions of Eeebuntu: standard, base and the NBR. The standard includes the version of Ubuntu 8.10 with all the classic applications of third parties (Firefox, OpenOffice.org etc.). NBR is almost the same but with the interface optimized for small screens. Finally the base, as its name suggests, is a basic version without third-party applications include only essential Ubuntu.
Unison is a mix between Skype, Messenger and Outlook. It appears to be aesthetically pretty as it offers calendars, contacts and many others options. The calls system works pretty well, but the state busy is not available during a call. It is a great software and available for Windows or GNU / Linux, and remember this is not a web application.