The other day we decide that a clean install of Ubuntu was on our imaginary to do list, on a random lap top, just because…
Now that we’ve added our new Ubuntu operating system, it’s time to use the terminal to update and upgrade Ubuntu.
All we needed was a USB stick with a minimum size of 2 gig and we’re on a roll doing what we do for no other reason than Just Because …
Financially embarrassed for the now we may be and that’s the cycle of life, ups & downs. Doing whatever it is we do, at any given time, on another random day in the month, for whatever year this is in our head.
Thought we’d keep track of installing Komodo Edit, “a powerful editor that facilitates anything you can dream of”. Previously we’ve installed apps via the Ubuntu Software Centre, in this instance komodo edit is not available in the ubuntu software centre and as such we’re going to download from the official website and install using the ubuntu terminal.
Once we enter the ubuntu software centre, we’ll have access to a wide variety of different applications / software available for us to try out, some free, some not so free and as before this isn’t me trying to promote one over t’other, rather than a memory aid of what apps we installed on day one on our machine from the Ubuntu Software Centre.
The other day when we were installing Ubuntu, we shared a few links on the various ways others tweak Ubuntu once installed. As we’ve said before, this isn’t me knowing the ins and outs of ubuntu at all! More like listening to those sharing ways to update a clean install of Ubuntu and #growingwiththeflow on our own machine.
So before we get lost in time and forget what we did!
Thought we’d just keep a quick record for ourselves of the Ubuntu System Settings Tweaks we’ve recently made?