I am doing a project which mainly aims at providing a user friendly GUI for network management. I want to know what are the networking applications which are available in Ubuntu.
on 01/24/2010 – Made popular on 01/24/2010
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Unfortunately, no matter how user friendly the desktop gets, some Linux applications and systems are still a challenge to configure and/or use. I thought it might be interesting to bring up these applications to see what experiences you have had with them and to help developers who are interested in knowing which tools could use a nudge toward the user-friendly side of things.
I have been trying to install some kind of network indicator to show my current bandwidth usage on the panel on top of the screen so I decided to install https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/indicator-network
But just after I have put
sudo apt-get install indicator-network I have uninstalled a bunch of vital ubuntu applications e.g.
My management asks for a monitoring screen to be displayed inside a hallway. They think about those fancy screenshots salesmen show when they try to sell this wonderfull appliance which never breaks down (never, promise). Or the kind of thing we see when visiting Nagio or Cacti website (I shown some, they said yes).
My management knows nearly nothing about what computing people are doing.
For Applications management, Linux Mint 13 has Software Manager by default. Synaptic Package Manager is also there, but most beginners prefer Software Manager (over the synaptic or command line utility).
In Ubuntu, beginners prefer - Ubuntu Software Center, it’s easy to use and it has a lot of exciting features.