Trying to install ubuntu after Windows 7view story

http://askubuntu.com – New to Ububtu and here with a question. I already have Windows 7 installed and have already partitioned the hard drive into multiple partions (formatted by NTFS). Now besides windows I wish to install ubuntu in one of those partitions. How may I do so? (HowTos)

Suggest some Source Editor Toolview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi, Im a Beginner to Open Source Software, but i keen to work & playwith source code. So,suggest me GUI Editor & Tutorials to configure & Edit the Source Code. Thanks! (Hardware)

[SOLVED] TUTORIAL: How to run Jack & Pulseaudio at the same timeview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – HELLO ALL!!!!!! (Is this the correct place for this kind of thing? hopefully) Anyway, I couldn't find any direct tutorials on this, so I figured it out from bits and pieces I found on the web and simple logic. Pardon my lack of references, I can't remember where I found most of this information. If I recall, most of it's from the same site, if anyone knows which, please post a link. (Hardware)

Two EFI disks with Grub2view story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I bought two SSD disks and as usual I though that installing Windows on a completely separate disk would be the easiest solution, but I can't find any tutorials for dual booting with grub2 (efi). All tutorials assume one EFI boot partition. Using just: menuentry "Windows 7" { set root=(hd1,1) chainloader +1 } Gives me invalid EFI path. What is the correct configuration? (HowTos)

Linux For VFX And CG Production Environments (Training Videos)view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I have been a long-time Ubuntu user and have used Linux on the job while working on visual effects and graphics for films and commercials. For other folks wanting to use Linux for visual effects and graphics I've authored some commercial training videos. (Hardware)

How to fix apt-get tools's disk usage prediction so poorly?view story

http://askubuntu.com – I use apt-get to upgrade one package,and it shows: sam@sam:~/code/ros/pcl$ sudo apt-get upgrade ros-electric-perception-pcl Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... (HowTos)

How to use Bind and/or Apache2 to link an external name server?view story

http://serverfault.com – I've bought an domain name on Name.com, and I'm trying to setup an Website on my own server. I got apache2 running and if I go to my home address ( it works, but now I am trying to link it to the adress: www.OreadGames.com and I can't really figure out how to do that. (HowTos)

Adding two numbers using exprview story

http://unix.stackexchange.com – I'm learning Shell scripting for a diploma in IT I'm currently doing. I'm trying to write a small script that adds two numbers as shown as in one of the tutorials we were given. echo "Enter two numbers" read num1 num2 sum = 'expr $num1 + $num2' echo "The sum is = $sum" However when I give it the execution permission and run the script, it gives me this error. sum: =. (HowTos)

Fortran 77 or Fortran 95?view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hello Friends, I am a newbie to Unix and mine is a dual-boot system with Windows 7 and Ubuntu linux 10.04 ( Lucid Lynx). I am really very bored with Windows, so I thought of giving lucid lynx a try. I am now trying to learn Fortran all by myself. I have got tutorials from the internet. (Hardware)

[gnome] Personal Slideshow Wallpapers Tutorialview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – If my memory serves me well (and to be honest, it lets me down on quite a few occasions these days!), you could add slideshow wallpapers to earlier versions of Ubuntu, but currently System Settings -> Background allows you to add images but not slideshows. There are a few tutorials/threads around that explain how to add slideshows to the system so that all users can access them, but I couldn't (Hardware)