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How to Play Super Nintendo (SNES) Game In Ubuntu Hardy

How to Play Super Nintendo (SNES) Game In Ubuntu Hardy

Previously, I have talked about the way to play playstation game in Ubuntu. For those who are a fanboy of Super Nintendo (SNES), I didn’t forget about you too. Here is how you can play SNES game in Ubuntu Hardy. There are several popular SNES emulators for Linux, namely: ZSNES, SNES9X, BSNES, SNEmul. We will […]

Share Your Virtualbox VM Across Different OS

Share Your Virtualbox VM Across Different OS

While creating a virtual machine in Virtualbox is an easy task, sharing the virtual machine across different OS is not. If you are dual-booting your computer and have created a virtual machine in one of the OS partition, due to the difference in file structure among the different OS, you will not be able to […]

Create a Private Encrypted Folder On Ubuntu Hardy With eCryptfs

Create a Private Encrypted Folder On Ubuntu Hardy With eCryptfs

eCryptfs is a encryption application for Linux that you can use to encrypt your files/folders and prevent others from viewing it. eCryptfs does not require its own partition. You can easily create a dynamic encrypted private directory on your Home folder that will shrink or grow in size according to the files you add to […]

Ubuntu Ibex Alpha 6 Review

Ubuntu Ibex Alpha 6 Review

The Ubuntu team has released Ubuntu 8.10 Alpha 6 for testing. This will be the final alpha build for Intrepid Ibex before we see the beta release. What has changed in the backend? This alpha 6 release is shipped with the latest Gnome 2.23.92, which is a testing and development series for the upcoming Gnome […]

How to Boot & Install Ubuntu Ibex From a USB Thumb Drive

How to Boot & Install Ubuntu Ibex From a USB Thumb Drive

Ubuntu released the Intrepid Ibex alpha 6 for public testing last week. If you want to install and test the new Ibex on your system, but do not want to burn the iso file into a CD (either because your computer does not has a CD-ROM or you find it a waste to burn into […]

How to Achieve Nice Font Rendering in Ubuntu Hardy

How to Achieve Nice Font Rendering in Ubuntu Hardy

If you have always feel that the font in Ubuntu looks strange and ugly, it is because the font smoothing option is not turned on by default. To get a nice smooth font in your Ubuntu Hardy, do the following: In the terminal, type: sudo ln -sf /etc/fonts/conf.avail/10-autohint.conf /etc/fonts/conf.d/ Once it is done, log out […]

Playdeb Makes Game Installation In Ubuntu a Breeze

Playdeb Makes Game Installation In Ubuntu a Breeze

The popular getdeb.net has recently launched a new site Playdeb that allows Ubuntu users to find, install and update games easily. Playdeb includes an APT software repository, and a games list that can be used to install games simply by clicking an install link. All the games are in deb format and Ubuntu users can […]

Dropbox: Backs Up and Syncs Files From Your Desktop

Dropbox: Backs Up and Syncs Files From Your Desktop

Previously available only in Windows and Mac, Dropbox has recently launched a new version for Linux. In case you are wondering, Dropbox is an online storage site that allows you to back up and sync your files right from your desktop. It comes with a desktop application that you can install in your OS and […]

How to Run Google Chrome in Ubuntu

How to Run Google Chrome in Ubuntu

Google has not released the Linux version of Google Chrome, but that doesn’t mean you can’t test it on your Ubuntu. With the release of wine 1.1.4, you can easily get Chrome running in your Ubuntu in no time.