Posts Tagged ‘ubuntu’

It’s a happy day in GNOME-Do land! 0.8.0 Released!

Well, today’s finally the day;  After weeks of alpha testing and months hard work, GNOME Do 0.8.0 is released!  This is another monumental release for an amazingly useful application.  GNOME Do has increasingly become the cornerstone of my linux desktop experience.  From time to time I even catch myself stopping to think about how I [...]

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Another PulseAudio Gotcha — problems with hostnames, zeroconf, and RTP streams

I’m very happy to say that I’ve finally got my PulseAudio setup working.  Technically, it was “working” before, but I could never get any of the network functionality to work.  Using PADevChooser, I could “see” other hosts with PA installed under the server menu, but I could never move streams to other hosts across the [...]

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Howto: Fix low system volume on Ubuntu 8.10 Intrepid

I recently installed Ubuntu 8.10 (the Intrepid Ibex) on my laptop.  I’m happy to say that the upgrade process from 8.04 to 8.10 went very well.  When I first installed 8.04 I created a separate partition for /home (there’s a great howto guide here).  This made the upgrade process so incredibly painless. After spending some [...]

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GNOME Do VirtualBox Plugin

I’ve been meaning to write about this for a while, but just now made the time to actually do it.  I’ve been following the development of GNOME Do for a while now.  After playing with it for a while and learning how fast and easily things can be done with GNOME Do, I decided that [...]

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Ubuntu 8.10 & PulseAudio

I recently installed Ubuntu 8.10 (The Intrepid Ibex) on my desktop computer and was pleasantly surprised to see that it didn’t have any problems loading the LiveCD.  I’ve been using Ubuntu since Gutsy (7.10) on my laptop, but the LiveCD would never boot on my desktop.  I’m not quite sure if it was the strange [...]

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