Macbook User, 13.04, some gripes
The last I used Ubuntu was in about 2005, and I've been pampered with mac OSX since then, so, I'm more than a bit rusty.
I'm running Ubuntu 13.04 on a 2008 macbook as a means to get the most out of it while it's still alive and here are some problems I've encountered, that I'm hoping can be dealt with (I've checked, and the old solutions don't seem valid, anymore):
1. I'd like right clicking to be done with control+click or command+click
2. Two-finger scrolling seems upside-down to me, and I'm not sure how to put it the way mac OSX has it (up is up, down is down)
3. Is there a tutorial (preferably video) on how to use the terminal, achiver, and anything that the most user-friendly operating systems don't have to worry about?
4. In line with 1 and 2, is there a way to not have to use the terminal to switch hot-keys/controls?
In general, learning resources would be very helpful.
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