[ad#ad-1]I was wondering if we could downgrade from Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx Alpha to Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala. So I decided to put it upon test and I succeed. So, I am sharing this with those who wish to keep using stable Karmic Koala till the final version of Lucid is out.
Please note however, that all the installed applications will be lost, however the settings and files in your home directory will be preserved. So, for example if you have a huge list of saved sites on your Filezilla client, Filezilla will be gone, but when you install Filezilla on your Karmic, the settings should work. Also, your Firefox browsing history, preferences and other settings will also be preserved. Continue reading [HOWTO] Downgrading from Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx to 9.10 Karmic Koala
OpenShot is one of the best non-linear video editors coming up for Linux. You can install development version of OpenShot by adding ppa:openshot.developers/ppa to Synaptic>Settings>Repositories>Other Software>Add. Then, it can simply be installed from Synaptic Package Manager.
[ad#ad-1]As you know, Linuxmint is based on Ubuntu. So I thought, it might be possible to take Ubuntu as a base and turn it to Linuxmint with available Linuxmint software. Thats what I did.
I used Ubuntu Karmic Koala and turned it into Linuxmint Helena. You might use other Ubuntu base and turn it to respective Linuxmint distro, but you may need to follow different (yet similar) steps. Here is how I did it. Continue reading [HOWTO] Change Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala to Linuxmint 8 Helena
[ad#ad-1]I want to build my college project on J2ME platform. I use Ubuntu and want to use NetBeans as my IDE.
I just installed netbeans, Sun Java Wireless Toolkit for CLDC and Mobility pack for netbeans. Here is how I did it. Continue reading [HOWTO] Getting Started with J2ME on Ubuntu Karmic Koala with Netbeans
UPDATE Nov 2, 2008: If you don’t want to get into trouble installing Windows version of Picasa and happy to use F-spot instead, head over to the new article here.
The picasa application from Google repositories with Facebook button does not work for Facebook photo uploads. It ends up with a blank window with nothing but a link. However, I have found an alternative in Ubuntu Forums and it works.
The trick is to install Windows Internet Explorer under wine and then install the Windows version of Picasa. To do this, make sure you have wine installed and picasa removed from your system.
This is how you do it: Continue reading [HOWTO] Uploading photos to Facebook with Picasa on Ubuntu 9.10 (Karmic Koala)