Large enterprises are notorious for their firewalls and proxies and what they allow their employees to access over the internet. Even developers have a hard time figuring out how to…
The first stable 64bit version of Easylinux OS has been released. The version is named 0.4 . This is by far the most tweaked Unity interface with custom launchers and unity lenses. Most derivatives of Ubuntu has decided to stick to GNOME classic interface.However, since new users would be using Unity by default, it was best thought tweaking Unity launchers would be a good idea.
I have tried many a times to try and run Google Talk using wine but have failed miserably. But now I have found a way to use Google Talk in Ubuntu. Thanks to an askubuntu.com member, puneet, who directed me to a nice way to get google talk on Ubuntu . The four simple steps and 15 mins of your precious time will be enough. :)
Last year, I had this issue with the pulseaudio engine . There was no sound at all and launching gnome-volume-control would say "waiting for sound system". Then deleting the ~/.pulse folder did the trick. Today, after reinstalling my system with my newly built custom Easylinux OS, while keeping my /home folder intact, I fell prey to this horrible beast again! And this time I was not that lucky!
Most of you have heard about Connman. For those who haven't, Connman, is a network-manager alternative for Linux OS . This connection manager is being development by Intel, primarily for MeeGo. It looks rather neat when compared to the current network-manger which ships with Ubuntu or any Linux distro.
Like most of the Linux enthusiasts, I have closely been following the progress on Unity's development and the Natty Narwhal release cycle. I have come to different conclusions at different times after testing each release. It seems like a roller coaster ride with this development cycle of Ubuntu . Never before have I been so enthusiastic about Ubuntu and equally so critical about shortcomings in the distribution.
A recent post at the phoronix.com tells us that the Ubuntu Technical Board is deciding the fate of Unity today ,