Make an Ubuntu live USB

You know,Fedora project has a tool names Fedora liveusb-creator for easily installing Fedora live operating systems on to USB flash drives.I found a tool names Ubuntu LiveUSB which also for creating a bootable Live USB stick from the running Ubuntu Live CD.

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Installing WMware on Arch Linux

Arch Linux doesn't offer WMware, and it is difficult to install WMware by compiling source on Arch Linux due to its different service setting in /etc,so we need to install it by yaourt

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2 useful plug-ins for Gnome

1.nautilus-open-terminal

Adding a  option Terminal to pop-up menu of Gnome ,handy!

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Stackswitch-a amazing plugin for Compiz Fusion

systemtoolStackswtch is a  Compiz Fusion plugin for switching windows with dramatic effects, please see below video for details

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Use Fusion-icon to manage Compiz Fusion in Ubuntu

systemtoolFusion-icon is a tool for  Compiz Fusion which let you control Compiz Fusion easily,for example, you can change the current window decorator between GTK window decorator and Emerald decorator whenever you want,and you also can change current  Window manager whenever you want..etc.

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Wine 1.0 is available!

winehq_top_logo"The Wine team is proud to announce that Wine 1.0 is now available. This is the first stable release of Wine after 15 years of development and beta testing."

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Conky-a lightweight system monitoring tools

systemtoolConky is a lightweight and highly customizable system monitoring tools. By using Conky, you can embed desktop for real-time view of important system information, including CPU, memory, disk usage, and so on. Today, Conky released version 1.5.0, the version not only adds a number of new features, and fixed many bug.

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Set a shared folder with Virtualbox for sharing files between Linux and WinXP

tipsPreparation:install a Window XP by usingVirtualbox .

1, In VirtualBox control panel ,creating a share folder for virtual machine: "Settings -> Shared Folders", for example,set the folder path to / home / edward / music,set up a shared folder call "music".

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Easy 3 steps for upgrading Linux kernel

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I ever encountered a serious damage after i tried to upgrade my kernels when I was newbie.Now,I sum up the method for upgrading Linux kernel to 3 steps for you.I hope it can help.

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Gtk-KDE4 a tool for beautifying apperance for Gtk -software running on KDE4

Gtk-software's interface always looks inharmonious when they run on KDE4.I found a tool can beautifysystemtool the Gtk-softeare's appearance on KDE 4,this tool call"Gtk-KDE4".Modifying the Gtk-software's interface to be more harmonious wih Gtk-KDE4 is easy,just needs 2 clicks as below picture.

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