Within this section you find a collection of videos that provide you with basic information about Ubuntu, introductions to Ubuntu or one of its applications and instructions how to properly install and configure the system, devices and applications.
This is a step by step process showing you how to install Ubuntu Touch on your Nexus 5 device. To do so you can use the following link for the Multirom Manager: http://goo.gl/c6vKxY. MultiROM Manager can install or update MultiROM, it's recovery and kernels. It can also install Ubuntu Touch system-image based builds into MultiROM as a secondary ROM.
This is a step by step process showing you how to install Ubuntu on your Nexus device (Nexus 4, Nexus 7, Nexus 10) and on other mobile phones/tablets (community-driven ports). Before you start to do so we recommend you the following documentations (please carefully read the warning and disclaimer within the installation instructions).
Can a total computer noob use Linux? Ubuntu is a popular distro for beginners however what happens when you throw a computer illiterate non-linux user into it. Check out this video to see the results!
Diana started off barely knowing how to use a computer but now after trying over 70 different operating systems she has become quite competent within a huge variety of desktop environments. Ben on the other hand is even worse than Diana was when she first started. Each task even on his native Mac computer is a struggle for him.
The Meizu MX4 “Ubuntu Edition” will be released at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Compared to the quite low-end first Ubuntu Phone Aquaris, the Meizu MX4 “Ubuntu Edition” comes along with quite decent specifications such as a 5.36-inch 1080p display, a MediaTek MT6595 octa-core processor with 2GB RAM and a 20.7MP camera with dual LED.
After years of development, Cannonical is ready to debut Ubuntu on phone, and that phone will be Spanish BQ's mid-range Aquarius E4.5. The world's first Ubuntu phone will be made commercially available in Europe on Feburary 9th for €170 through a web store that will be announced on the @Ubuntu Twitter handles within the next week.
1. Enable ctrl-alt-backspace to kill xserver
2. Install pipelight so silverlight works
3. To get flash woking in chromium (chrome pepperflash)
4. Install restricted extras
5. Install Java runtime env and web plugin
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