Gimp 2.9 or 2.10 beta
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 12, 2013
I'm a huge Gimp fan, and have been using it professionally for several years. I'd like to get my hands on a beta of the upcoming 2.10, but after several searches I haven't been able to find any deb, ppa, or working instructions how to compile it on 13.04.
Surprisingly, I found a earlier build for Windows and Mac. I always thought Gimp was made for Linux and then ported to Windows/Mac.
If anyone can point me in the right direction, I'd really appreciate it.
Ubuntu Gnome 13.10 beta gnome 3.8 or 3.10?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 12, 2013
Using synaptic...it says gnome-shell 3.8 and gnome-sessions 3.9.90 something...which version is Ubuntu gnome using?
No Keyboard response or mouse movement after installation of 8.10 beta ubuntu cd...
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 10, 2008
I am able to turn on and off the caps lock buttons etc. and my mouse light is working ( it's a wireless optical ) and I just reformatted making my main partition the "/" mount point and all that good stuff.... When I boot up I can use the control key and function key f1 through 12 to switch to the various tty screens.. and even login on them.. But I cannot login on the visual control-fnction7 screen where the gui login is ... I downloaded the ISO last night... and burned it ... Everything installed smoothly.. The Live cd works like a charm... But for the life of me. I cannot figure out what is going on... Would anyone have a clue as what to do ?
I'm on an intel chipset dell tower with nvidia video card and a windows installation to use as emergency backup .... the windows is running fine...
NOTE: I plugged in my oldschool keyboard.. u know.. the one that goes to the back of the pc and usually consists of multiple pins and a color coated connector for people who don't k
enterprise mail server in centos 6 or ubuntu 10.04
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 25, 2011
I need to configure an enterprise class secured e-mail server by using postfix (I don't want to use zimbra, I just want to get out of zimbra) in Centos 6 or Ubuntu 10.04 server. I need the following features in my mail server.
POP3 and IMAP access for users, mail forwarding, SMTP authentication for all out going mails, able to set quota for individual user mailbox, able to define e-mail attachment size for individual user, user themselves can be able to set automatic vacation response, Group e-mail, able to block certain kind of attachments in the e-mails, Squirrel Mail or roundcube as the web client. I have planned to configure licensed version of kaspersky antispam and antivirus for security.
Also I need to configure jabber chat server in the same machine and all the user has to login to their chat client using their e-mail ID and their password which i was created in the mail server, in simple words common authentication for both e-mail and ch
How to install Ns2.26 on ubuntu 10.04 or fedora 10
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 23, 2013
I want to ask question about ns2.26 . so i started new thread.
I want to install nrlsensornet with ns2.26 on either fedora 10 or ubuntu 10.04
Is this possible?
I came to know that ns2.26 is can not be installed on fedora 10. how to degrade my system to fedora 8.
Jolicloud or Ubuntu 10.04
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 8, 2010
What operating system would you rather have on an Asus 1005pe, Jolicloud or Ubuntu 10.04
32bit or 64bit? 12.04.1 or 12.10?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 28, 2012
According to the help section, I should choose the 64 bit version of Ubuntu unless I have a reason not to, but according to the download page, the 32 bit version is recommended. Assuming I have a 64-bit processor and less than 4 gigabytes of RAM, which of these should I choose? I know RAM isn't the only memory that counts toward the 4 gigabyte limit, but I don't know how to tell how much other addressable memory is installed. I only have 2.8 gibibytes of RAM, so I'm not sure if it matters anyway.
In addition, 12.04.1 will be supported a while after 12.10 looses support, but 12.10 is more recent. Is it better to use the longer supported version, or is it better to use the version with newer features? Do I even need support? Do I even need newer features? I'm the only one using the computer in question, so whether I upgrade to each new version or only upgrade to long-term supported versi
12.04 or 12.10
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 9, 2012
Had a spare HDD on Ubuntu 12.04 and out of curiosity upgraded it to 12.10.
From what I can see there is very little difference between the two O/s.
Both work extremely well.
A newbies point of view.
Ubuntu 12.04 or 11.10
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 6, 2011
Why does installed Ubuntu 12.04 Alpha show that it is Ubuntu 11.10?
uname -r states it is 3.2.0-2-generic
Ubuntu 12.04 or 12.10: which is better?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 14, 2012
I use 11.10 with Openbox/LXDE and I am thinking about upgrading. I downloaded 12.10, ran it in "live boot" mode and I think I like it. I think I even like Unity because it integrates everything and it's so keyboard-driven.
Then I notice there is an "LTS" 12.04 edition. LTS is good, right? Five-year support and stuff.
But the download page on the Ubuntu website says:
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