It's another year's summary! When we welcome the new year, let's review: Which Ubuntu articles are the most popular on the Linux community website this year? Tenth: how to install Ubuntu15.04http: // www.linuxidc.com/linux/2015-08/121807.htmin VirtualBox
It's another year's summary! When we welcome the new year, let's review: Which Ubuntu articles are the most popular on the Linux community website this year?
Tenth place:How to install Ubuntu 15.04 in VirtualBoxHttp://www.linuxidc.com/Linux/2015-08/121807.htm
This article is intended for new Linux users. by presenting the entire installation process, new Linxu users can install Ubuntu or Fedora. This article will contain the installation of Ubuntu and Fedora distributions. Read the full text first, then decide which release version to install and the corresponding text description is provided in the diagram. Do not ignore it.
Ninth place:Official Ubuntu 15.04 release and downloadHttp://www.linuxidc.com/Linux/2015-04/116634.htm
Ubuntu 15.04 is issued with the code "Vivid Vervet". Ubuntu 15.04 contains many desktop updates, but the most important thing is the Update Center. In addition, the server version greatly improves the OpenStack cloud computing platform, at the same time, the prerelease version of the next OpenStack version will be introduced on March 13, April 30. Kilo, The OpenStack feature, will also be updated to the platform's network stack and identity Federation service.
Eighth place:Install Android Studio in Ubuntu 15.04Http://www.linuxidc.com/Linux/2015-06/119318.htm
Android Studio is an IDE officially released for Android Application developers. It is based on IntelliJ IDEA.
Seventh place:15 things to do after installing the Ubuntu 15.04 DesktopHttp://www.linuxidc.com/Linux/2015-06/118454.htm
This tutorial applies to new users who have installed Ubuntu 15.04 "Vivid Vervet" desktop on their computers. Here we will tell you what to do after the installation, customize your system and install some basic programs for daily use.
Sixth place:Ubuntu 14.04 boot fixHttp://www.linuxidc.com/Linux/2015-05/117031.htm
Many people have installed dual systems on their own computers. I have installed Windows 14.04 and Ubuntu, but I can only reinstall windows when it crashes, after I reinstall it, I found that the Ubuntu boot was gone. I also tried fixing the boot in windows and fixed it with easyBCD, but it couldn't be fixed (maybe I don't understand it very well ). So I chose to fix my own Boot in Ubuntu. With the MAGIC software Boot Repair, you can fix the Ubuntu startup Item by pressing a key on the software interface, which is very convenient.
Fifth place:Notes on installing thunder Xware in Ubuntu 14.04Http://www.linuxidc.com/Linux/2015-04/116273.htm
Thunder has never been out of the Linux version, and wine does not want to get it. Although there are a variety of btsoftware in Linux, I found that the speed is far below the speed of thunder, and even some resources cannot be found. Some dedicated links of thunder cannot be used (forgive me for my 2 m small water pipes, but I like watching American TV series ).
Fourth place:Ubuntu 15.04 allows you to set the menu to always visible'Http://www.linuxidc.com/Linux/2015-03/115330.htm
If you do not like the Unity global menu, and it fades out of your view after your mouse leaves, you can keep the menu after a little work on Ubuntu 15.04.
Third place:Share (copy and paste) with the host in VMware Workstation Virtual Machine Ubuntu)Http://www.linuxidc.com/Linux/2015-03/114991.htm
After the Virtual Machine Ubuntu is installed in VMware Workstation, it cannot be shared with the host at first, that is, the copy and paste functions can be implemented between them. To solve the problem, you only need to install VMvare tools and then restart the Ubuntu virtual machine. In a windows virtual machine, there is an installation wizard when installing the tool, but in Linux (Ubuntu), you need to install it in the terminal command window.
Second place:Install and configure GNOME in Ubuntu 14.04Http://www.linuxidc.com/Linux/2015-03/114645.htm
On Ubuntu 14.04, the classic GNOME interface is basically supported.
First place:Best GNOME Shell theme on Ubuntu 14.04Http://www.linuxidc.com/Linux/2015-02/113496.htm
The best way to customize your Linux Desktop is to use custom themes. If you install GNOME in Ubuntu 14.04 or install GNOME in Ubuntu 14.10, you may want to change the default theme to show different appearances.
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