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.
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.
Acquired a new desktop recently with no operating system pre-installed. So we’re in the process of installing Ubuntu and keeping track for ourselves of what happened next?
Introducing oneself to the Ubuntu Operating System. To be honest, suppose many of you may just well know that it’s been around for quite some time? (find out more here) So i’m not even going to attempt to say that i know one little bit about the Ubuntu Operating System at all, cause to be honest I’m New Here.
What i can say? For yours truly, Ubuntu is free open source software and recently we’ve been in the process of updating an old computer with Ubuntu 13.10 then for whatever reasons, we had a change of heart and went with Ubuntu Studio.