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Sync your iPhone Music Libary With Rhythmbox in Ubuntu Karmic (No Jailbreaking Required)


From MakeTechEasier: In Mac and Windows, you can easily sync your iPhone/iPod Touch with iTunes, but in Linux, there is no easy way to sync your iDevice’s music library with any of the media player. Even if you are willing to jailbreak your phone, there are still plenty of complicated steps that you need to…

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By Ricky on March 5th
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How to install Zend Framework in Ubuntu


How to install Zend Framework in Ubuntu

Zend Framework(ZF) is an open source, object-oriented web application framework implemented in PHP 5. Zend Framework was conceived in early 2005 while many new frameworks, such as Ruby on Rails and the Spring Framework, were gaining popularity in the web development community. ZF was publicly announced at the first Zend Conference in October 2005. In this article, we will tell you…

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By Ricky on March 3rd
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How to install System-wide PulseAudio equalizer in Ubuntu 9.10 (and 10.04)


How to install System-wide PulseAudio equalizer in Ubuntu 9.10 (and 10.04)

A system-wide PulseAudio equalizer was developed by Ubuntu Forums memeber, psyke83. The equalizer is now available in his PPA for easy installation in Ubuntu. In this article we will tell you who you can install it from the PPA in Ubuntu 9.10 and Ubuntu 10.04.

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By Ricky on February 8th
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How to install GNOME Activity Journal in Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala


How to install GNOME Activity Journal in Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala

The GNOME Activity Journal is a tool to easily find and access files and other resources  in your computer. It was previously known as Zeitgeist. While the early release supports basic file management activities. It is expected to develop into a much more capable tool because of its underlying framework. In this post we will…

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By Ricky on January 21st
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How To Install KDE SC 4.4 Beta 2 in Kubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala


KDE Software Compilation 4.4 Beta 2 was released a few days back. Now it is available for installation in your Kubuntu Karmic system as well. This article will tell you how to do it. WARNING: THIS IS A BETA RELEASE. SO, PLEASE TREAT IT AS SUCH AND REFRAIN FROM INSTALLATION IN A PRODUCTION MACHINE. Now,…

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By Ricky on December 23rd
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Get Extra Karmic Wallpapers Package


Get Extra Karmic Wallpapers Package

Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala has a lot of beautiful wallpapers. These were picked through a competition, which had a lot of very good submissions. However the CD restriction meant that only 19 had been picked. However, the good thing it that you can now get a lot of those amazing wallpapers which did not make…

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By Ricky on December 2nd
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How To Add The getdeb Repository in Ubuntu Karmic Koala


How To Add The getdeb Repository in Ubuntu Karmic Koala

getdeb has for a long time been a place from where debian users can get the .deb files of the latest softwares before it has been added to the official repository (which usually takes quite some time). Uptil a short while ago, to use softwares from getdeb, users had to go to the site and…

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By Ricky on November 16th
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How To Install KOffice 2.1 RC 1 in Kubuntu 9.10


KOffice 2.1 RC 1 was released some time back. While KOffice has always been an inferior alternative to Open Office, the new release has seen some improvements, most notably in the handling of Microsoft Office documents. In this article, we show you how to install KOffice 2.1 RC 1 in Kubuntu 9.10 (or Ubuntu 9.10)….

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By Ricky on November 16th
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How To Install Gnome 3 Shell in Ubuntu Linux?


Recently, we wrote an article giving you a visual tour of Gnome 3 Shell. If you want to experience it first hand, we will tell you what you how to do it in this article. Just to start off here is a screenshot of the Gnome 3 Shell:

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By Ricky on November 10th
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