Ubuntu 10.0 Server installed on Windows 7 Partition and GUI
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 13, 2010
I am very new to Linux and trying to setup a Ubuntu server in my Windows 7 PC. that means, I am trying to have a dual boot system.
While starting, my PC had 500GB and only one drive C. 18GB of it is used and rest was free.
I have gone thru the following step
1. Downloaded Ubuntu server on a USB using "Universal USb installer"
2. Booted the PC from the USB and started the Install Ubuntu Server
3. After a few steps the install showed 4 partition options.
I specified the guided partitioning options using free space. (The other options where : Using entire disk, using entire disk with LVM, Manual)
Next step it asked me to enter the disk space- it told me it will take at-least 19 GB and maximum available is approx 450GB. My intention was to use the full free space as much as possible. So I specified "max". It told me that it is going to overwrite and create the new partition. Then it progressed fine.
4. I also chosen to install the LAMP stack /Pos
Ubuntu server GUI
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 8, 2011
I'm a little bit related with linux environments. I have installed ubuntu desktop and other linux gui distributions. Now i'm getting into ubuntu server. I kwnow that is based on command line but i'll like to start with a GUI. Which distribution should i use of ubuntu server in order to get the GUI?
installing a GUI on Ubuntu server
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 2, 2008
I am not sure if this is the correct place to start, but here goís:
I am a newbie to linux and am exploring Ubuntuís 8.10 server . My question is how one can install a K or J desktop on this software. It is easier for me to use a GUI than command line.
Thanks for your help
how to switch to command line from GUI using keyboard shortcut
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 13, 2010
Im using Fedora Core 5.
how to switch to command line from GUI using keyboard shortcut.
Thanx in advance
xRDP shows old GUI
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 3, 2013
I am running Ubuntu Server 12.10 and installed ubuntu-desktop, however it is not supported yet so I removed ubuntu-desktop and installed kubuntu. The problem I am having is when I remote into the machine using xRDP it still wants to start ubuntu-desktop and I cannot get into the server using xRDP. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to have it load the kubuntu desktop in xRDP.
aptget gui "extender" like yumex ?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 28, 2010
Do the ubuntu/kubuntu/xubuntu distros have something comparble to the fedora yum "Yum Extender" . . .
a GUI that quickly shows available and installed packages from the apt-get command ?
GUI: Youtube to MP3
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 22, 2010
I was kind of bored today and was messing around with bash scripts and put this together.
Its a kind of combination of a iplayer download script and another youtube converter script i found that didnt work.
This is my first attempt at this so bare with me. Just thought it may be helpful to some people
First off you need ffmpeg and youtube-dl installed
sudo apt-get install ffmpeg youtube-dl
Download my script (I put mine in home)
Open terminal and run:
chmod a+x YoutubeConvert
Now double click and run the YoutubeConverter file.
It will ask for Youtube URL, then input artist and song name then let it work.
I made a launcher and put it in my menu for easy access
Progress bar doesn't show progress yet (Any help on this would be great)
Let me know your thoughts and how to improve this
ZoneMinder in Ubuntu 9.10: Where's the web GUI?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 13, 2010
I was hoping to have a computer-based system to monitor some security cameras I've been planning to install as a result of a specific security issue at my house. For this purpose, I chose ZoneMinder.
Since I've used Kubuntu on a desktop system before, I chose to use Ubuntu 9.10 server edition to run ZoneMinder. I installed it along with LAMP and the OpenSSH server. I then upgraded all the existing packages, configured the network interface to use a static IP (192.168.1.200), installed nullmailer on its own from the repository (as suggested by a blog post here: http://www.rickwargo.com/2009/12/28/...n-ubuntu-9-10/) and, finally, installed ZoneMinder from the repository. All of this came through without any errors that I could see.
The problem: I can't find the web GUI. Wherever URL it's supposed to use is, strangely, mostly absent from the ZoneMinder documentation that exists. What sources I've found say that it's supposed to be accessed at http://192.168.1.200/zm , but when I try
instaling GUI in ubuntu 5.10
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 7, 2006
am very new in linux but am tring to get there. i have installed ubuntu 5.10 (server) on my computer. is their anyway i could get a GUI on it? or servers dont come with GUI's?
home gui for p7zip with zenity question
location: linux.com - date: March 29, 2011
below is my bash script and it is not fancy. It will use 7zip with deflate64 to make zip files. My question is does any body know how to show the % and/or file name being zipped in the --text="zipping" box? also how do you get it to close when it is down? I do not use the archive gui because i like the deflate64 makes smaller zipped files then 7z
zenity --info --text "Choose source file to 7zip using deflate64 /dir in box or click file";
szSavePathfrom=$(zenity --file-selection --multiple --save --confirm-overwrite);
zenity --info --text "Choose file destination";
szSavePathto=$(zenity --file-selection --multiple --save --confirm-overwrite);
7z a -mm=deflate64 $szSavePathto.zip $szSavePathfrom | zenity --progress --text="zipping" --percentage=1 --auto-kill
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