How to download videos from YouTube in Ubuntu: You are watching a video in the YouTube, You liked video and would like to download it. Check it out here how you can do that.
Installing indicator for Memory, CPU, Network and Hard disk in Ubuntu 11.04: Ubuntu (Natty Narwhal) come with a limitation to add widget in the desktop. In this post is shown a way about how we can add a indicator in the desktop that permit tracking what is happening in your computer.
How to disable Kernel’s Emergency keys in Ubuntu: You tried to run some functionalities in Ubuntu using a combination of keys, for example, get a screenshot. However it didn’t work. Probably you have the Kernel’s Emergency keys enabled. Access this post to see how you can disable them.
How to play encrypted DVDs in Ubuntu: Most commercial DVDs are encrypted and by default, they come disabled in Ubuntu due copyright or legal issues in some countries. Check it out here how you can enable it.
How to enable Ctrl+Alt+Backspace in Ubuntu 11.04: Every once in a while we need to change some settings in Ubuntu and that require to restart the X Server. See here, how we can do that creating a shortcut.
Kernel’s Emergency keys in Ubuntu: Here you stay knowing some combinations of keys that really can help us when our system gets locked.
Installing codecs of audio, video, Flash and also installing Java in Ubuntu: Check it out in this post a way to install restrict packages like codecs of audio, video, Flash and also Java in Ubuntu.
Installing Kernel 188.8.131.52 in the Ubuntu 11.04 (Natty Narwhal): Here you find in details about how to compile and install the kernel 184.108.40.206 in Ubuntu 11.04.
Installing GCC 4.6 in the Ubuntu 11.04 (Natty Narwhal): In this post is shown step by step how to compile and install GCC 4.6 in Ubuntu 11.04.
Scheduling the shutdown of your computer in the Ubuntu: You need to leave your computer compiling or downloading something but you don’t want to leave your computer turned on all night. Access this post and know how scheduling the shutdown.