Unable to fix broken packages with sudo apt-get install -fview story

http://askubuntu.com – Here's my result, of sudo apt-get install -f. i have Ran it twice and got negative result. I believe there is an error at "error in Version string '0:3.6.1-dates for language English Translation data updates for all supported packages for: English" This same statement "error in Version string>>>>, caused me three days of attempting to download version 12.04. (HowTos)

Installing Lenses and Scopes in Ubuntu 12.04 errorview story

http://askubuntu.com – When i go to download a lens or scope in trminal using the codes from http://www.noobslab.com/2012/01/install-important-lenses-in-ubuntu.html my computer says could not locate package I want Contacts Lens Tomboy Lens YouTube Lens Books Lens and grooveshark lens This is what comes in the terminal: Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... (HowTos)

10 of the Best Unity Lenses & Scopes for Ubuntu 11.10 “Oneiric Ocelot” & Ubuntu 12.04 “Pangolin”.view story

http://linuxlandit.blogspot.com – It’s somewhat apt that Ubuntu’s ‘Lenses’ feature has brought Unity into clearer focus for many of its initial critics.  The search-orientated display windows – called ‘Lenses’ – make finding specific files, apps or information easy to do thanks to their tuned ‘search backends’ – called Scopes’. Below are 10 of the best Lenses and Scopes available for Ubuntu 11.10 “Oneiric Ocelot” an (HowTos)

Unityfox- Add download process for Firefox on Unity Launcherview story

http://ubuntuguide.net – Unityfox is a firefox extension to add a download progress bar and active downloads count to the Firefox icon on the launcher in Unity. See the effect: To install this plugin, use your firefox browser to open: addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/unityfox/. Click ‘Add to Firefox’ and it takes effect without restart firefox. Related posts: DownThemAll-A Download Manager extension for (HowTos)

Avant Window Navigator is a dock-like bar for Linux, which sits on an edge of a user's screen and tracks open windows.view story

http://linuxlandit.blogspot.com – Avant Window Navigator (abbreviated AWN or Awn) is a dock-like bar for Linux, which sits on an edge of a user's screen and tracks open windows. Instead of representing open windows as buttons or segments on a bar, it uses icons to minimize screen space and add visual appeal. Avant Window Navigator was created by Neil J. (HowTos)

Foresight Linux Newsletter – Issue 02 2012view story

http://www.foresightlinux.org – Editor’s Note Need to start thanking all users for the kind words for previous newsletter and all good feedback for wiki page. Users are asking what kind of environment we are using in Foresight, We are still using GNOME 2, openbox and xfce. We will add some focus on games for upcoming weeks in this wiki and in gameway repo. (Distributions)

Autostart tomboy in trayview story

http://crunchbanglinux.org – I've read several posts on how to autostart applications in the tray.Tomboy doesn't appear to have a --minimise option that can be added to prevent the application opening in full screen when I first log in.Anyone know how to do this with Tomboy? (HowTos)

My PC device appears twice in device listview story

http://askubuntu.com – I installed Ubuntu and I already have an Ubuntu One account. Then I go to the Ubuntu one application in Ubuntu and register my existing account. At this time Tomboy Notes are not synchronized, so I go to Tomboy preferences and set up the synchronize server to Tomboy Web, and Tomboy asks for web authorization... (HowTos)

Tomboy notes not showing in UbuntuOne after syncview story

http://askubuntu.com – I have not logged onto one.ubuntu.com (U1) in a few months, but have been frequently syncing my Tomboy notes. It consistently indicates successful sync. Today, for the first time ever I had an error while syncing. I did not record it (cannot locate a log containing it). Now, on U1 dashboard, I see no trace of my notes. (HowTos)

GNOME: Quarterly Report Q3, 2010view story

http://www.gnome.org – Board of Directors Brian Cameron First of all, the GNOME Foundation board of directors would like to express a huge thank you to all you volunteers who help to make the GNOME community possible. To all those who use the GNOME desktop and understand the value of free software on the desktop, it is you that makes the GNOME community both rich and rewarding. (Software)