Data is a precious asset for anyone whether it is any organization’s data or someone’s personal data. Sometimes happens that your data is accidentally deleted due to any reasons like hard disk crashes, or due to presence of malware. But now, you need to get worried because there are many open source tools are available that can help you to recover your data if you are working on a Linux OS. Data recovery is the technique that can retrieve data from corrupted or damaged storage media when it cannot be accessed. The storage media can either be your hard disk or can be removable media such as Blu-rays, DVD’s and storage tapes etc. that contains your priceless data. Therefore, it is very crucial and always recommended to have data recovery tools to get your data back before it’s gone forever.
Tilda is a Ubuntu drop-down console. Today, we would learn how to install this drop-down console in the Ubuntu Linux system. The installation process of this console is quite easy. The Properties dialog box would appear as soon as you type this command. Close it as you do not require this dialog box right now. Press the F1 key to open the console. If you need to go to the properties window for changing any settings then just right click on the window and select preferences.
The Properties dialog box would appear as soon as you type this command. Close it as you do not require this dialog box right now. Press the F1 key to open the console. If you need to go to the properties window for changing any settings then just right click on the window and select preferences. You may open the Tilda drop-down by tapping a single key on your keyboard. The dropdown would appear on the top of your Ubuntu Linux screen. Tilda is known to be better than the usual Ubuntu console. Many people are installing this drop-down console as it is quite easy to use and its installation process is also simple.
When Linux earlier started out, its popularity was not half as much as that of Windows mainly because users were accustomed to using Windows. Moreover, using Linux required more efforts and computer know how for the average user. So, Linux Mint program was incepted which is yet another operating system that works on Linux. It has been specifically designed keeping the Linux beginners in mind, who are usually clueless on how to use a Linux system.
Linux Mint operating system has several versions available depending on the type of code base used. Most of these are Ubuntu open source program inspired which in turn runs on Debian.
Since most e-books and online documents are available in the PDF format, this is why it has become essential to install a PDF Reader on your system. If you are using Windows, you still have a choice; you may go for other readers such as Foxit that can be used to read such documents. However, if you are using an Ubuntu Linux system it is recommended to use the Adobe PDF reader for an uninterrupted and undistorted reading experience. This article discusses the way in which you can install an Adobe PDF Reader on Ubuntu Edgy. Below mentioned are the installation steps.
Begin the installation process by checking whether the Multiverse repository is selected or not. If it is not selected then select it and then move on to the next step.
There are many popular twitter client for ubunu -Linux. But Twidge is one of the popular twitter client, you can install it quickly in a few simple steps and use it to log in to your Twitter account. This article discusses the way in which this Twitter client can be downloaded and installed on an Ubuntu Linux system. It also discusses the procedure in which you can view, send and receive tweets using this client.
There are basically two methods with which you can install Twidge on your Ubuntu Linux system.
1. Using Command Line
2. Using Debian Package
The first method, i.e., the use of command line for the installation of Twidge is quite simple.
You just require editing your system’s repositories, which can be done by typing the following command in the Terminal window:
IceWM is a good option when it comes to Ubuntu window managers. It includes all the necessary features just like the other Ubuntu window managers such as Blckbox, Fluxbox, KDE, AfterStep, Xfce, Enlightenment and Ubuntu’s default window manager, Gnome. If you do not know how to install it on your system then you may go through this article to find out the procedure.
The installation process of this window manager is quite simple. Below mentioned are the steps to be followed:
Begin the installation process by selecting the alternate install repositories. Now, type the following command in the terminal window