Where are ubuntu applications installed by default?
By default, your executables are installed in /bin or /usr/bin. You can find where a package is installed using the command "dpkg -L <package name>".
There are many versions of Ubuntu, many of which come with a different desktop environment pre-installed. Kubuntu - Ubuntu with KDE Plasma Workspaces, a desktop environment that offers maximum customizability Xubuntu - Ubuntu with XFCE, a lightweight desktop Lubuntu - Ubuntu with LXDE, another lightweight desktop Ubuntu GNOME - Ubuntu with GNOME Shell Edubuntu - Ubuntu that runs Unity (so it looks just like regular Ubuntu) but comes with many pre-installed applications that can be…
Ubuntu is an operating system: Default features/programs (gnome install): -full fledged office suite (compatible with Microsoft Office) -music player -video player -games -photo management -scanning software -internet applications ----browser ----chat ----email/calendar/address book (Outlook equivalent) -access to hundreds/thousands of free applications -inherently virus-resistant -free
There are many advantages of Ubuntu, but I'll try to summarize them here. 1. Ubuntu is free. It can be downloaded, installed, and redistributed for free. 2. Ubuntu works well and has great support. An answer to a problem can usually be found by putting the error into a search engine and reading the results. There are plenty of Ubuntu experts answering questions online. Also, Ubuntu has a website for documenting its errors. They try…
Is there a solution to have a Windows7 hard drive and a Ubuntu hard drive both working in the same desktop?
Yes, Bejeweled 2 can be installed and run on Ubuntu as long as you have Wine installed. Please note that some of the graphical effects will not work correctly, but the game otherwise runs flawlessly. To install Bejeweled 2 (or any other Windows program), install Wine, then right-click the program (such as setup.exe) and select "Open with Wine." After you install the program, you can launch it from the Applications menu just like any other…
Ubuntu Software Center should be installed by default in your system. Hit "Super" (Windows key), and start typing the name. It should show up as a button in the dash. If you don't see it anywhere, try opening a terminal and typing "software-center". If it still doesn't launch, try installing it with "sudo apt-get install software-center".
How do you delete Ubuntu from your hard drive without deleting Vista. I need to delete the partition that Ubuntu sits on and uninstall Ubuntu so I can reinstall it and set it up right this time.?
You can remove the partition safely using a tool such as a gparted live cd. You need to burn the image to a CD-rom, boot from that, and remove the partition Ubuntu is installed to. Note: If you installed GRUB to the Master Boot Record of your hard disk, removing the Ubuntu partition could cause booting complications. These should be fixed upon reinstallation of Ubuntu.
iPhoto is not part of operating system default programs. iPhoto is released as part of iLife suite, which must be bought and installed separately. If you have the original installation discs that came with the computer iPhoto and all the other default applications can be installed from there but they may not be compatible with Tiger if you have upgraded from some earlier version.
Very few applications are made specifically for Ubuntu. Most are available for other Linux distributions, and many are also available for Linux. Examples of programs included or available for Ubuntu are: * Mozilla Firefox * Pidgin * OpenOffice.org * AbiWord * Mozilla Thunderbird * Kopete * Battle for Wesnoth * Amarok * Apache web server