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[20 Mar 2013 | No Comment | 573 views]

I have been a Google Chrome user for a while now, and I have two different ‘Users’ in Chrome. The default user is my personal account, and then I have a work account. For my personal email I use a Google Apps Gmail account and just check my email with Chrome. I use Thunderbird to check my work email. For a while now I have had an issue where I click a link from Thunderbird and it tries to open in my default Chrome user. This doesn’t work very well …

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[21 Feb 2012 | One Comment | 1,164 views]

My buddy Dustin Kirkland pointed me to a neat little utility that he wrote with Scott Moser called ssh-import-id. Since he showed it to me a few months ago, I have used it many times and it has made my life quite a bit easier.
ssh-import-id fetches a the defined user(s) public keys from Launchpad, validates them, and then adds them to the ~/.ssh/authorized_keys file. That’s it, but if you need to add multiple people, or don’t know which key they are going to want used, this will save you …

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[28 Oct 2009 | 13 Comments | 5,963 views]

Now that you have Ubuntu 9.10 installed, we are going to add all the basic programs, codecs, and customizations that you may need on Ubuntu.

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[7 Jun 2009 | 12 Comments | 2,024 views]

Now that you have Ubuntu 9.04 installed, we are going to add all the basic programs, codecs, and customizations that you may need on Ubuntu.
Services
Your new install probably has some services running that you don’t need. Let’s remove those to free up some system resources. To do this select System > Administration > Services. Unlock the services tab by entering your password. Then remove the services you do not need.

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[4 Jun 2009 | No Comment | 426 views]

We are going to go over how to install Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty Jackalope onto your computer.
1. Creating bootable media
Download the software and create in installation disk. You can download Ubuntu 9.04 from http://www.ubuntu.com/getubuntu/download After downloading Ubuntu, create an install CD.

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[31 May 2009 | No Comment | 116 views]

Ubuntu has reciently announced the release schedule for the new version of Ubuntu (9.10) due in October of 2009. The schedule is as follows:
May 14, 2009 » Alpha 1 Release
June 11, 2009 » Alpha 2 Release
July 23, 2009 » Alpha 3 Release
August 13, 2009 » Alpha 4 Release
September 3, 2009 » Alpha 5 Release
September 17, 2009 » Alpha 6 Release
October 1, 2009 » Beta Release
October 22, 2009 » Release Candidate
October 29, 2009 » Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala Final Release