What happend in the last week in Buildall

Posted: May 1, 2011 in Uncategorized
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How to update Ubuntu 10.10 to Ubuntu 11.04 (Natty Narwhal):Here is shown how we can update the Ubuntu and provide a good way to divide the hard disk when you prefer to reinstall the Ubuntu each new release.

How to give root privileges to another user in Ubuntu: Sometimes we need to add another user to our Ubuntu and depending of the his needs, he will need to have root privileges to make some operations. To do that, check it out in this post.

How to change the default Operating System to be loaded in the Grub: If you are of that person who turn on the computer, go to drink a coffee and when back to the computer, see the operating system loaded is wrong and then tell to yourself “I forgot to select the right system during the boot!”. So, you need to read this post.

How to get more than 3 GB of RAM in Ubuntu 32 bits: You have a computer with 4 GB of RAM and use Ubuntu 32 bits, know that is possible to access more than 3 GB of RAM using this operating system. Check it out.

How to fix Adobe Flash Player in Google Chrome in Ubuntu 64 bits: When you enter a site and it contains videos made in Adobe Flash. Now, if you are using Google Chrome in Ubuntu 64 bits and receive this message “Missing Plugin” in the browser. know here how you can solve that.

Mounting a ISO image in Linux: Many times we have a ISO file and we wouldn’t like to burn a CD/DVD. Check here how you can do that.

How to create a filesystem to file in Ubuntu: If you thought that it is not possible, read this post and see how Linux provide a way to do that.

Creating a package .deb in Ubuntu: You created a software and would like a simple way to install your application with its dependency. In this post is explained how you can create a package that can make your life easier.


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