The Ubuntu team has recently announced the released Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin.
Ubuntu 12.04 supports desktops, laptops and netbooks, it has the updated version of desktop also known as “Unity”, it also introduces the “HUD” or the Head-Up Display and not to mention that this LTS has a 5 years support period.
What are we waiting for? strike the iron while its hot!
To download Ubuntu 12.04 visit http://www.ubuntu.com/download
If you love Ubuntu and can’t live a day without seeing her! then help us spread Ubuntu by adding a countdown timer to your website. All you need to do is copy and paste the code and each day the image will update showing the remaining days before the release date.
A very easy trick I learned in whick all you need to have is the “dconf-editor”, if you don’t have it yet then hit your terminal and do some installation!
$ sudo aptitude install dconf-tools
1. Create a file in /etc/init.d/file_name,
sudo nano /etc/init.d/file_name
Sometimes apport won’t just pop-out to let you file a bug, but you knew that it was really a bug or you have an issue but you don’t have an internet connection or you want to file a bug from another computer. Don’t worry my friend.
First thing you do is to get the information about the system you want to file a bug report.
Filing a bug report for a system crush, do this on your terminal.
apport-cli -p --save filename_of_the_bug.crash
Filing a bug report about other issues.
apport-cli -f -p --save other_issues.apport
Ubuntu has become the most famous Linux distribution in the world with millions of users in just five years.
If you want to get involved yourself join the Ubuntu Developer Week from January 31st to February 2nd 2012!
The Ubuntu Developer Week is a series of online workshop. You can ask almost any questions. The session will happen in #ubuntu-classroom in irc.freenode.net or click here for session details.