This tutorial covers KDE 4.6, the current stable version. Most of this will apply if you're using 4.4 or 4.5. This page may take a few seconds to load; there are a ton of screenshots here!
on 03/02/2011 – Made popular on 03/02/2011
I am trying to load Ubuntu 12.04.1 32-bit desktop image on an old desktop computer. The system shows the initial menu, but after a while, I get an error like the one in the following two screenshots (it takes a few seconds to go from one to the other in the screen):
I tried to load it using the different USB ports at the back of the computer, just in case, and I get basically the same error.
I got my Nexus several months ago, and up until a few weeks ago Chrome and Firefox were loading pages extremely fast. Now, for some reason both browsers load every page painfully slow. When I load a page both browsers just sit there doing nothing for around 5 seconds, while the WIFI icon remains solid blue.
Subject says it all really: I am new to linux, newer still to slackware, which I have running nicely in -current version (had to go for -current as i couldn't get stable to support my inbuilt graphics)
Now I just want a very basic introduction to choosing, installing, configuring and optimizing the most suitable firewall for a stand alone, personal desktop linux box.
well, i have found out that if i visit, using chrome 29, any web page that requires flash, then within 5 seconds my profile is logged out and i have go to log in again to Fedora....
I cannot check what version of flash is enabled and/or why this happens because as soon as i get on chrome a page with flash is trying to load and i get logged out right away, wether i want it or not...
Cinnamon 2.0, the latest edition of the Cinnamon desktop environment, was released just eight days ago, while Ubuntu 13.10, the latest version of the popular Linux distribution, was released just yesterday.
This tutorial shows how to install Cinnamon 2.0 on Ubuntu 13.10 via a Personal Package Archives (PPA).
For those who love the Cinnamon desktop, but not the Unity desktop, the default on Ubuntu
Cinnamon is the default desktop environment in the new Linux Mint 13. It’s a fork of Gnome Shell that brings the classic Gnome 2 feel. This simple tutorial will show you how to install the latest stable version of cinnamon desktop.
For now the latest cinnamon is version 1.4.
Unity is the default desktop in Ubuntu 11.10 (current stable version) or 12.04 LTS (upcoming, although beta 1 has released), so if you’re a new Ubuntu users and want to tweak some default settings (e.g fonts, icons, themes, behavior, launcher etc) of Unity Desktop, then try the Application called – MyUnity, very similar to what Gnome Tweak Tool does for Gnome Shell interface.