In this tutorial I will show you several simple ways of creating ISO images with Ubuntu, from doing it with graphical applications included in the repositories or by using just the command-line. Each method below will get the work done, and you can start burning your images to a CD or DVD in no time.
This guide focuses on showing you how to manipulate and convert various audio files using tools included in the Ubuntu repositories.
Wine is a compatibility layer which allows Windows applications to run on Linux by translating Windows system calls into native Linux calls.
This is a guide containing the most popular and useful ways of using the APT and DPKG commands, and it applies to both Ubuntu and Debian (and their derivatives). I mentioned where super user privileges are required, the ones without a mention can be executed as normal user.
According to Wikipedia, IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol), together with POP is one of the most popular protocols for email retrieval.
Firefox 3.6 was released yesterday, after over six months since the last major release, version 3.5.
This is a short tutorial explaining how to post to Twitter using command-line in Linux, without needing to even open up your web browser.
Here's a list of 10 commands which may come handy when using the command line in Linux:
Search for all files modified in the last N days containing a specific text in their name
find DIR -mtime -N -name "*TEXT*"
The first beta of Amarok 2.2, codenamed 'Crystal Clear', was released on September 4 and packages are available for Kubuntu 9.04 Jaunty from the Kubuntu Beta Backports. To install Amarok 2.2 Beta 1 in Kubuntu/Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty Jackalope just follow the instructions below:
OpenOffice.org 3.1.1 was released a few days ago, bringing many bug fixes to the stable 3.1 series.
Pidgin 2.6.0 was made available a few days ago, on August 19, 2009, and today Pidgin 2.6.1 was released as a bug fix version to the new stable 2.6 series. Among the features and improvements which come with 2.6.0 are:
I recently bumped into a cool RTS (real time strategy) game for Linux called Hive Rise. Although the game is not open-source, it offers a free Linux download as a RUN file which can easily be installed on your Ubuntu box. To install it in Ubuntu, you only need to follow these steps: