Out of the box, Ubuntu comes with a lot of applications already installed. However, there are some additional steps you may wish to add or configure after installing Ubuntu. If you don’t know what is Ubuntu, you should start by going here. You will be glad you did. Ubuntu is a Linux-based operating system which means it is free of charge. It will open your eyes to a brand new world you have never experience before especially if you have been using Microsoft Windows all your life.
VMWare Server is a free software from VMWare that allows you to run multiple guest operating systems (“virtual machines”) such as Windows, Linux, FreeBSD, etc. on a host operating system. For example, when you install VMWare Server on Ubuntu, you can run a virtual instance of Windows XP and a virtual instance of FreeBSD at … Read more
If you use Linux, you know that Linux commands can be your strength or your downfall. Linux commands are even more vital if you are a Linux Systems Administrator. Without them, you won’t be able to manage Linux systems. It’s either you know it or you don’t. With that said, how can we help? How … Read more
Sure, wireless is supposed to make everything easier but the trouble is, you have to set it up the first time. It can be somewhat challenging setting it up on Linux. There are some steps you have to do before it can be installed correctly. You think it would be plug and play but for some reason, it requires a little bit more tweaking. Go figure. Eventually, it will get easier and it will become installed by default. In the meantime, you can follow this process to set it up.
This document shows you how to install and configure Ubuntu 6.10 (Edgy Eft) from scratch. Installation is pretty straightforward if you know what you are doing. Once you have done it once, it is very easy. If you have not done it before, you can use these steps to guide you through the process.