I am in need of winscp for UBUNTU. Please can any one suggest me suitable tools for this. I have already installed SCP GUI tool but i am not able to connect.
Manish Chandra Ranga
i have just heard about Ubuntu..I am totally new to it...But I am impressed by the os features..but I have windows 7 installed in my Toshiba laptop...I have some questions to be answer before installing Ubuntu in my laptop..
1.Can I use windows 7 along with Ubuntu
2.Will my original windows os will be deactivate
3.what are the benefits or better feature in Ubuntu than windows
Just a short question, I made a clean install of Ubuntu 14.04 yesterday and I have installed Compizconfig settings manager and ubuntu-restricted-extras but I am still unable to enable woobly windows. What do I need to enable it?
I've had Windows 7 (64bit) and Ubuntu 12.10 installed and running fine for a couple of weeks ,due some reason I needed to reinstall windows 7 but since reinstalling windows 7 I'm completely unable to boot Ubuntu.
After going through some posts, I tried to fix it using Boot-repair but instead of getting the problem solved the following message was shown:
Different wallpapers is a cool feature in Ubuntu desktop that implemented by Compiz. While Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick release, for some reason different wallpapers in different workspaces doesn’t work like older Ubuntu edition. Now, this feature come back in Ubuntu 11.04 Natty, and following is how to enable it in Ubuntu Natty Unity desktop.
1.) Disable Desktop Icons.
I used to use Ubuntu 10.04. A great feature I utilized was making all the windows (in all of my workspaces) zoom out by pressing the super+a key combo (windows key + a). Then I could pick a window and I would automatically be switched to that workspace. Now, in Ubuntu 12.04, the super key brings up the dash. I can press super+s to zoom out my workspaces, but this isn't the same.
Even though Ubuntu 12.10 (Quantal Quetzal) is now in feature freeze, meaning that adding new stuff has stopped for this cycle, an exception has been made for two new webapps, Amazon and Ubuntu One Music.
Ubuntu WebApps enable developers to make web applications that run in Internet browsers. There are already a large number of them integrated into the system by default.