20 articles to read before and after installing Ubuntu
If you are a Ubuntu fan or a geek, then there are very high chances you would have installed 9.10 Karmic Koala by now. If not, then get details here…
Now, if you need help installing Ubuntu, creating a dual boot system with Windows (Vista or 7), finding out best Ubuntu applications and other tips and tricks. Then I have collected various articles you would need to read to get the details.
These article were published on Knowliz over period during previous Ubuntu releases, so some of the details might be old. (Let us know in comments if you find something.) But most of the things mentioned haven’t changed at all, though they have improved in functionality.
So here are the articles you need to read before and after installing Ubuntu 9.10:
- Download & upgrade to Ubuntu 9.10 (Karmic Koala) now
- How to check if downloaded ISO file works before installing Ubuntu?
- 25 Reasons to use Ubuntu Linux instead of Windows
- Ubuntu Clean Install Walk-through
- Ubuntu Fastest Upgrade Method
- How to try Ubuntu without messing with your existing OS?
- How-to Install Ubuntu (Linux) with Windows Vista?
- Installed Windows 7, now Ubuntu won’t start
- Install Windows 7 with Ubuntu using VirtualBox
- 20 Things to do after installing Ubuntu Linux
- 25 Must Have Ubuntu Linux Applications
- Top 10 Beautiful GDM Login Themes for Ubuntu (Linux)
- How to get Mac Leopard look on Ubuntu?
- How to get different wallpapers on each workspace in Ubuntu?
- Understanding Linux Lingo : Some Common Linux Terms
- 10 Basic Linux Questions, Answered : The Easy Way
- How to install Songbird on Ubuntu (Linux)?
- How to install Google Earth on Ubuntu/Linux?
- How to install/run .sh file in Linux?
- How to Uninstall Adobe Air Applications on Ubuntu?
In my opinion these are the 20 articles you will need to read if you want to do the things mentioned here. They are all detailed instructions for doing stuff like installing Google Earth, Songbird etc. Many of these posts have been very popular on Knowliz, so I would recommend going through them. Millions of people can’t be wrong reading those articles.
If you have any other suggestion of tip for Knowliz readers, then feel free to share it in comments.
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