Tagged: Gnome Do

[HOWTO] Make Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx Mono Free

August 14th, 2010 Permalink

Ubuntu 10.04 comes with 3 default applications that depend on mono. They are F-Spot, a photo manager Tomboy, a note taking application Gbrainy, brain teaser game and trainer To get rid of mono and still keep the functionality, we need non-mono alternatives to these applications. Lets look at those. But first, let me write something […]

Ubuntu 10.04 comes with 3 default applications that depend on mono. They are
F-Spot, a photo manager
Tomboy, a note taking application
Gbrainy, brain teaser game and trainer
To get rid of mono and still keep the functionality, we need non-mono alternatives to these applications. Lets look at those. But first, let me write something about why someone may want to remove Mono.

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[HOWTO] Make Docky 3-D Style in Ubuntu

December 30th, 2009 Permalink

Docky is a great dock for Linux and is based on Gnome-do.

Docky is a great dock for Linux and is based on Gnome-do.
Screenshot 1 300x22 [HOWTO] Make Docky 3 D Style in Ubuntu

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The Best Ubuntu Dock and How to install it in Ubuntu Intrepid amd64

April 14th, 2009 Permalink

I recently encountered a Youtube video which featured Gnome Do with Docky. Then I dumped the Cairo Dock I was using and replaced it with Gnome Do. I have also tried kiba-dock which is quite buggy (it is in developement). I also tried the Avant Window Navigator but found it was not so good to […]

I recently encountered a Youtube video which featured Gnome Do with Docky. Then I dumped the Cairo Dock I was using and replaced it with Gnome Do. I have also tried kiba-dock which is quite buggy (it is in developement). I also tried the Avant Window Navigator but found it was not so good to my liking.

The Gnome Do features the Advanced indicators which mimics the OS X dock and it is totally awesome. Continue Reading