I want to make my Ubuntu 13.10 install look like Ubuntu 9.10. Is it possible? I'm already using gnome as my default window manager. I want to make it look like 9.10 because it was my very first experience with linux and is nostalgic for me. I basicly want to make it look like the screenshot below. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Hi,How can I make a bootable USB from Ubuntu? I just want it to be a Xubuntu that I'm giving someone.
From what I understand uNetbootin doesn't really work on linux? I haven't found anything that is like it.
EDIT: Also, if it has to be another Linux distro does it have to be a different process?
AMD Linux Catalyst
Distribution Packaging Script Commit:
Ubuntu: make it possible to set the xserver ABIs in the substvars files While we will not check the X ABI (as in the distro packages) we can make sure the fglrx package will play well with the backported stacks for Ubuntu 12.04.x.
I want to make my own distribution, targeted at linux newbies making the transition to linux. I would prefer it to be based on debian or ubuntu due to the large amount of software for both, yet something my own. Like a custom boot screen, one centralized task bar, and if it is in any way possible, the last copy of beryl. I would need the iso file.
I downloaded the linux version 3.6.10 kernel from kernel.org. was on a ubuntu linux when i opened the tar file in a separate partition of 30GB. My ideal aim is to have my ubuntu linux in one partition and the new linux in another partition.
I did a make and make install on the new linux directory. it writes into the main grub.
actually my office is going to buy bulk no of desktop pc's (for developmental purposes) .
i encouraged them to buy pc without os and then install linux .
My colleagues are agree with me but they are not a regular user of any linux based os
so they want to choose a linux os which is best and user friendly i suggested "UBUNTU"
I have dualboot Ubuntu 12.10 & Linux Mint 14, both are clean install & updated with the latest. My wireless works flawlessly on Linux Mint but it's very unreliable on Ubuntu: every 15~20 minutes, the wireless icon still shows "connected" status but I can't go to any website. Pinging URL & IP both result in no network activities.