What's the best way to install new software? I mean where?
I downloaded the binary for some software, lets say dummy (I don't think there's a dummy package, I'm using it in a "you-name-it" kinda way). I verified the cheksum, unzipped and extracted it in a local directory under my home.
Hi I have installed Ubuntu 12.04 LTS and updated using a mobile broadband. But whenever I use another wireless network to do this it does not help. I can download .deb file and install through ubuntu software centre while using the wireless network. But I cannot install through the ubuntu software centre directly. What to do? Please help me...
I'm using a program called node-webkit, but I can't start the program without specifying the full path to the executable file. Is there any way to associate a command (such as node-webkit) with an executable file on Linux, so that the full path to the file won't need to be specified?
I am wondering who I need to get in touch with to find out information regarding books in the Ubuntu Software Centre. What are the requirements? Does Ubuntu get a percentage regarding the sale (like apples app store) and who do we need to submit it to? I am interested in doing manuals and novels for the Ubuntu Software Centre since I wish to support the idea.
Thanks in advance!