i am new to ubuntu i had installed ubuntu 9.10 i have wifi connection in my college but i am not able to access it i need to config wifi connection i dont know how to config . my ip address is
please help me...... i need to acess it .
In general, there are two steps to resetting Ubuntu password.
You can login with root mode just by pressing ESC button when system starting up. That'll take you to Grub Screen, when you can select mode that you'll be used while booting. If you have double OS or more on your system (dual boot), you don't need to do this step. It's automatically go to Grub Screen when system starting up.
Then choose the "recovery mode", usually found right below your default option. Press enter, and at the next screen, choose "drop to root sheel prompt" and you'll login to the system as root.
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Google released a new tool to use the service from Google. Unlike usual, this tool uses command-line interface or better known as the CLI (Command Line Interface). Named GoogleCL.
If you don't understand what it is about the CLI, just imagine DOS in Windows OS. That is one example of the CLI. A 'weird' feature according to me personally, where now all use the GUI but Google returned to the CLI. But clearly I believe Google has the exact reason for making this tool.
When this article was written, GoogleCL can be used to google service:
$ google blogger post --title "foo" "command line posting"
$ google calendar add "Lunch with Jim at noon tomorrow"
$ google contacts list name,email > contacts.csv
$ google docs edit --title "Shopping list"
$ google picasa create --album "Cat Photos" ~/photos/cats/*.jpg
Adobe has discontinued flash player 64 bits for linux, as said in Adobe official announcement :
"We have temporarily closed the Labs program of Flash Player 10 for 64-bit Linux, as we are making significant architectural changes to the 64-bit Linux Flash Player and additional security enhancements. We are fully committed to bringing native 64-bit Flash Player for the desktop by providing native support for Windows, Macintosh, and Linux 64-bit platforms in an upcoming major release of Flash Player. We intend to provide more regular update information on our progress as we continue our work on 64-bit versions of Flash Player. Thank you for your continued help and support. Stay tuned to the Flash Player discussion forum for further announcements."
What is certain, its so disappointing me in my personally. Do you?
First off I can see my windows network through the ubuntu pc but I cannot see the shared files on the w/7 laptop on my Network.
How do i set up the ubuntu machine to share folders? I get the shared folders option to become active but still get the "cant mount" message box.
Also I have a Konica Minolta 1400W printer connected to the ubuntu box but I cant access it on my network again with the W/7 laptop.
I have read many threads but just throws code out there that I copy and paste in the terminal window, but still no shared folders or printing sharing via Linksys router (windows install) to my W/7 laptop...
Please guide me in the right direction, this is my first experience with Linux and I really like the OS but these problems are so annoying.
Thanks in advance
If youâ€™ve recently converted to Linux from Windows, or if youâ€™re just giving Linux a shot, there are a few things you need to know right off the bat about how Linux works and where the major differences are when compared to Windows. Here are 5 things all new converts should know when they dive into Linux.
I was going to post this in with my other question about the flash drive, but I figured it'd be easier on all if it were its own question. I have a dell dimension (gag) which I have connected to the internet by way of a linksys wireless G adapter. Problem being, I can't find my CD. my question is, will the drivers I have downloaded that run on my XP drive also work for my Ubuntu drive, or am I gonna have to find new ones?
I've got an ubuntu 9.10 server install running, and I've been fooling around with it for a while now, but there are file from it that I want on my primary computer (and vis versa) but I can figure out how to access my flash drive. if anyone could help with that I would be much obliged
VirtualBox is a powerful x86 and AMD64/Intel64 virtualization product for enterprise as well as home use. Not only is VirtualBox an extremely feature rich, high performance product for enterprise customers, it is also the only professional solution that is freely available as Open Source Software under the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL).This tutorial will explain How to access windows host shared folders from ubuntu guest in Virtualbox.
Where is everyone learning the Linux Command Line from?
I have been through two Online Tutorials from Linux sites, but reading through the forums there is obviously more stuff out there.
DeaDBeeF (as in 0xDEADBEEF) is an audio player for GNU/Linux systems with X11 (though now it also runs in plain console without X, in FreeBSD, and in OpenSolaris).
hi im sachin
i have install ubuntu linux but i have faching some proamble
1) how to move text mode to graphic mode
i 'm using startx command,but getting remark
"apt-get install xinit"
2) using alt+cont+f7 cant gettting reply
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thanks 7 regds
I would like to know how to install an Ati Radeon driver within Ubuntu Linux. It is easy to install the Windows driver since it is an *.exe file that you just double click and do a custom install. How do I install the Ati Radeon driver in Ubuntu Linux from the Ati website. I have already downloaded it but don't now don't know what to do. Thanks in advance for the replies.
This how-to should show the steps required to record whatever audio is playing on your computer, similar to recording â€œstereo mixâ€ in windows. This makes recording audio played by any application, including flash videos,possible.
Getting tired of being hostage to Microsoft, I bought a laptop from Dell with Ubuntu 7.10 loaded on it. It came with Mozilla Firefox as its browser, which is cool because I was already using Firefox on my Windows XP machine. Last week I responded to a prompt to allow an automatic upgrade to Ubuntu 8.04. After the "upgrade", Ubuntu/Firefox would no longer access the 'Net, so I can neither try to upgrade Firefox, nor try to go back to 7.10. In fact, if I didn't have my older XP beast, I wouldn't have been able to send out this call for help. I'm trying to convert to Linux rather late in my life; much of my computer experience was with IBM 3090s, PL/I, DB2, etc.