Usually in Ubuntu any open applications show themselves in Unity with an icon and a tiny white arrow. Multiple white arrows donate an application or window opened several times, e.g. the image on the right shows Thunderbird, Skype and Chrome open. Active windows have an additional white arrow on the other side of the icon, […]
With my passion for Ubuntu dropping every major release, this article explains how to work around Clementine’s (and probably other programs) keyboard shortcuts not working in the new Ocelot 11.10 version.
With the recent major releases of Ubuntu’s operating system, the Canonical guys have done away with accessibility, functionality and common sense. In its place we have ‘Unity’ and icons big enough to eat off of. Enclosed is a 500 word rant on the matter. Enjoy.
As per the usual 6 month release cycle of bizarely named Ubuntu major updates, October 2011 heralds the launch of ‘Oneiric Ocelot’ to our machines. (This is major release 11.10) Although I love Ubuntu for all the ethical, community and stability sides to it, the releases of 10.xx and now both 2011 releases have driven me slightly […]