Saturday, July 10, 2010
Wednesday, July 7, 2010
If you're a Windows user and new to Ubuntu, you may prefer to have the "Windows" key (the key with a Windows logo) launch the main menu. To do this, you need to run the Gnome Configuration Editor:
1. Press ALT+F2 and type: gconf-editor in the dialog box, then press ENTER;
2. On the left pane, go to Apps-->metacity-->global_keybindings;
3. On the right pane, double-click the panel_main_menu, change the value to: Super_L then click "OK".
That's it. Now everytime you press the "Windows" key, the main menu will pop up.
1. Insert the broadband USB stick to any available USB port on your computer and wait for a few seconds, or until the LED indicator turns steady blue (ZTE MF627 modem);
3. Select "New Mobile Broadband (GSM) connection";
4. Click "Forward";
5. Choose country (Philippines);
6. Choose your ISP (Smart/Globe/Sun);
7. Click "Forward";
8. Click "Apply";
9. If the system asks you for a keyring password, assign a password then press "OK" (leave it blank to disable keyring password prompt at startup);
10. To connect your broadband, left-click the Network Manager applet then click on your ISP (Smart/Globe/Sun).
Friday, July 2, 2010
Ubuntu Tutik Remix 10.04 DVD Edition, a customized version of Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx, is now available for download! It is basically the same as the previously released Tutik Remix, but with more applications.
This edition comes with the latest updates as of July 2, 2010 and includes the following additional applications: K3b 2.0, Wine, SMPlayer + 1080p video workaround, Audacity, AcetoneISO, APTonCD, Scribus 1.3.7, Inkscape, Gimp + plugins + extras, Google Earth, Skype, Ubuntu Tweak, Powerpoint Viewer, Blender, Yofrankie, Frozen Bubble, Dream Chess, Sudoku, NTFS-Config, and Samba.
Download Ubuntu Tutik Remix 10.04 DVD Edition