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How To: Install the Ubuntu Linux EasyUbuntu installer

In this two-part video tutorial series, you'll learn how to download and install EasyUbuntu, a setup program that helps you install support for common, proprietary audio and video formats as well as the Macromedia Flash plugin for the Firefox web browser. (If you don't own an MP3 device and will be playing your music files only on your computer, then you can use Ubuntu's default music support and audio formats.)

How To: Install Ubuntu Linux on an HTC Evo 4G

Looking to make your HTC Evo 4G smartphone even better? Unlock your phone's full computational potential by installing Linux on it! This video guide presents a complete, step-by-step walkthrough of the process. For more information, and to get started installing the Ubuntu Linux distribution on your own Android smart phone (without blowing out your phone's Android installation), take a look!

How To: Install Ubuntu Linux on a Nexus One or HTC Evo phone

Looking to make your Google Nexus One or HTC Evo smartphone even better? Unlock your phone's full computational potential while following in a tried-and-true geek tradition: Install Linux on it! This video guide presents a complete, step-by-step walkthrough of the process. For more information, and to get started installing the Ubuntu Linux distribution on your own Android smart phone (without blowing out your phone's Android installation), take a look!

How To: Install Puppy Linux on an innotek VirtualBox

The author shows how to install Puppu Linux 4.3.1 in Innotek VirtualBox 1.5.2. He shows steps to create a new virtual machine in Innotek VirtualBox, by showing the various configuration settings like the RAM size, hard disk space etc. He shows how to boot the virtual machine with the Puppy Linux installation ISO file. Next, during boot up, he shows how to set the language and regional settings, resolution settings etc. In the next screen he shows how to access the local drive and partition it...

How To: Activate Linux windows without losing selected text

In this video, we learn how to activate Linux windows without losing selected text. To avoid losing the texts, you can just click on the title bar so that the highlighted part doesn't remove. If you don't want to do this, there is an alternative. Simply mouse over the text that you have highlighted and scroll with the wheel that's on your mouse. After this, right click on the text and then you can copy what you need to. Now, you can go back to the other window you have open and paste it in, t...

How to Use Linux: Commandline Dependencies with gdebi

In this tutorial, we learn how to use Linux: Commandline Dependencies with gdebi. First, download a Deb file then use dpackage to install the package on the command line. If this fails, you will be able to use gdebi to install all the dependencies in command mode. This will save you time from trying to figure out how to open your file any other way. When you are finished, you will be able to open you file and enjoy what's inside. If you aren't familiar with how this works, search the internet...

How To: Install any version of Linux on your computer

Tired of Windows? Want to see what all the buzz is about Linux but you're not a computer expert? In this video, you'll learn how to use a free program called "Wubi" that lets you effortlessly install any flavor of Linux onto your Windows PC, without changing or damaging your existing Windows installation! Wubi handles all the installation and configuration for you, and allows you to dual-boot both Windows and Linux on the same computer.

How To: Install Linux on a phone

The metalx1000 shows how to install Linux the on a phone. He talks about the Openmoko operating system. The first thing he shows is where to download it from and which one to download. The next thing he talks about is a tool that he will be using called "dfu-util" which he states you can download from the Openmoko site. The next thing he do is enter some commands for the dfu-util tool and continue to show you how to install Linux on a phone. By watching this video, you will gain the knowledge...

How To: Install Linux Ubuntu on your Mac using VMware Fusion

Do you like the Linux Ubuntu program on your MacIntosh computer? This tutorial allows you to make it possible. Through the usage of VMware Fusion, the video teaches you how to install the Linux Ubuntu program on your MacIntosh. In addition, this video tells you where to get the programs you will need to follow the tutorial. By the end of the video, you will learn how to install Ubuntu on your MacIntosh regardless of the fact that Ubuntu is a program for the Linux operating system.

How To: Install Ubuntu Linux in 5 minutes

A Tutorial: Ubuntu Linux is a completely free open-source operating system that has many useful features and abilities, and this guide will show you how to try this new OS without harming your Windows system, and it only takes five minutes to learn! This guide will show you how to: -Download and burn the Ubuntu image to CD -Shrink the Windows installation to make room for Ubuntu -Boot to the Ubuntu live CD and begin the installation process -A step-by-step description of what options to choos...

How To: Install Truetype Fonts on your Linux system

Shawn Powers teaches us how to install Truetype fonts on your Linux systems. First, log onto your web browser and go to Halloween Fonts. Once on this site, browse through the different types of fonts until you find one that you like. After this, save the file for the font onto your desktop. Now, install this font on your command line by first unzipping it. Go to the user share Truetype folder, then make a new custom folder. Move the file into the folder, then make sure the font and the folder...

How To: Delete temporary files in Ubuntu, Linux Mint or Debian

This video tutorial in Computers & Programming category will show you how to delete temporary files in Ubuntu, Linux Mint or Debian. For this you will need the program called bleachbit. You could get it from Bleachbit Sourceforge/ or from Synaptic package manager. For synaptic manager, click on ‘package manager’ in the ‘start’ menu and log into the program by typing your password. Then search for ‘bleachbit’, download and install it. Go to ‘terminal’, type in ‘su’ and enter, then type in your...

How To: Paint fire & water on the screen in Ubuntu Linux with Advanced Desktop Effects

No other operating system can create this awesome effect. Sure, not many people will want to use this fire effect, but this is just one of the many perks of owning a Ubuntu system. This video will show you how to use this fire paint effect via an eye candy plugin that enables you to draw on the screen with animated fire particles. You can also paint water all over your screen. Click here for more information.

How To: Install any version of Linux from a USB thumbdrive

In this video the author shows how to install any version of Linux from a USB thumb drive. He gives the requirements, which are a USB drive, the ISO of the Linux OS and a program called UNetbootin. He shows how to download the program from Sourgeforge.net. After installing it he shows how to set the version of Linux in the program. Later he shows how to format the USB drive quickly and he goes on to set the USB drive option in the UNetbootin program. Now all the Linux OS will be copied to the...

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