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Why don't you dualboot to test befte divans in? Or run à new version as a VM?
Considering you don't know the difference between apt-get update en apt-get upgrade, I doubt if it's wise for you to upgrade to a development release which hasn't been launched yet.
The bigger commercial distro's are sold with licences and support, but they also have another version which is free (as in beer), and open source. They use these to fine-tune and implement new...
Create a bootable USB flash drive from your windows 7 iso.
Funny thing is that the registration button of Oneiric Ubuntu One client shows 2G of free space.
I prefer Dropbox over U1, mainly because their multi-client support, speed and ease of use. And the option to share documents with others.
Although I'm rather naive enough to believe nobody is...
I already thought so, but I was just wondering, since I saw all those youtube videos showing the background changing.
could be someone login in. Or maybe you've stored your credentials on a browser somewhere and someone has opened this site and authenticated with your credentials by accident.
Just wondering, because I don't see any changing background in my login screen. And neither does it reflect my main users background.
And if it's not yet active. Is it advisable to enable it?
ls -al $HOME
Which is a shortcut for /home/<username>
And to edit, you can use any text editor you want.
vi, gedit, nano, pico. But you will have to include the "." in the filename....
Try again with
ls -al, this will show hidden files as well.
Proxy in between that 's checking the urls or content.
Check your system closely for suspicious internet traffic. Seems like a possible rootkit.
In short, yes it can be done. Read the screen manpage to see hos to configure IT to behave as you want IT.
Ps. Google 'byobu', as this is ubuntu implementation of screen.
Strange. I run Unity and have been doing just that all the time over the last days. It took me some time to figure out the best (for me at least) way of working with Unity, but now it's just flying....
I stand correcter and ashamed for forgetting nomachine. That's actually what I use myself for using a virtual Ubuntu at work. Very stable and responsive. Even over the WAN
No, RDP is Ms proprietary. There are Linux clients to connect to Ms devices, but no server side component to allow à Windows client to connect to à Linux device.
However, you could look at VNC,...
I grew up with Windows and became a mouse junkie. But the longer I'm using Ubunu, the more I rely on my keyboard alone. It's just more natural and faster. So for me, THE Dash is à blessing
Put the AD users in a seperate OU and configure that?
By default, on ubuntu (and I think most linux distributions) all ports are closed for incoming traffic. Or better put, no services are activated that accept external connections.
Regarding NVidia cards and Optimus. Upgrade your BIOS to the latest version and disable Optimus in there. (If you're dual booting, windows might complain and reinstal your drivers. This will be fine...
Usually it's cigarette brands:
In my opinion. Not yet.
If speed is critical for you, I'd wait. Unity is new and although I have no performance problems, I do have the impression that it's resource hungry. I'm sure that over the...
When KDE 4 was originally launched, I saw a lot of similar comments. Things were perfect in DE 'x', while 'y' gave more options for tweaking, people complained that KDE had become unstable and wasn't...