Posts Tagged ‘Gnome’

Fedora 15 Released | Linux | Open Source

Hello, Fedora Linux 15 is now available, providing users on the desktop with a full GNOME 3 experience including the GNOME Shell user interface. Fedora 15, codenamed ‘Lovelock’ also introduces new security, spin, networking and virtualization features to the community Linux project, sponsored by Red Hat. “GNOME Shell is a big change and I’d be […]

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Installing & Configuring Gnome GMail Notifier | Getting GMAIL Notification on your Desktop | RHEL | Fedora 13 | Ubuntu | Linux

Hello Friends, Today I am going to show you how to for Installing & Configuring Gnome Gmail Notifier on Fedora 10, 11, 12,13 , Ubuntu & RHEL Linux. There are Lots of Utilities available in Linux to get notifications about New Arrived mail into your GMail’s Mail Box. From that all Utilities i found Gnome […]

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10 Cool Firefox Add-Ons

Hello Friends, This is a must-read for Firefox fans! We’ll review 10 cool add-ons that will make your cross-platform Mozilla web browser even better. We’ll review add-ons to help fix annoyances, save time, discover advanced functionality, and stay connected. Lets get started! For more visit this link :- http://www.linuxplanet.com/linuxplanet/reviews/6983/1/

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Login as a root from GUI Ubuntu 9.10

Hi Friends, WARNING :- Its not at all good to login as root from GUI. It’ DANGEROUS. BUT if some one wants to know that how to login as a root from GUI then follow the instructions. Today I am sharing a new trick to login as a root from GUI for Ubuntu 9.10. It’s […]

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Login as a root from GUI Fedora 12

Hi Friends, WARNING :- Its not at all good to login as root from GUI. It’ DANGEROUS. BUT if some one wants to know that how to login as a root from GUI then follow the instructions. In Fedora 12 You cannot login as a root from gui. By Default, only Normal users are allowed […]

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10 Linux file managers worth checking out

Most users take their file managers for granted. It’s there, it does its job, and that’s all they care about. But to Linux users, the file manager is as close to their hearts as their text editor. There is a reason for this: With the Linux operating system, and the various desktops, there are quite […]

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Schedule & Automate Tasks In Linux With Gnome Schedule

Have you ever done a thing repeatedly on your computer and wished that you could automate it and get it to run on its own? In Linux, the easiest way to schedule and automate a task is to use the crontab. This is a command line based application that allows you to execute commands or […]

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Adding Gnome Terminal on Right-Click

Hi Friends, In RHEL there is gnome-terminal is already added when you right-click on your desktop you will see Open Terminal Option there. But in Fedora 9/10 and Ubuntu 8.04/8.10 you will have to Start Terminal From system tools or from any different Places.But I am sharing trick that how to add Open Terminal Option […]

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