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    I m new to linux... just today i ve installed ubuntu 9.04. i ve several issues where i expect it will be solved.

    1. I cannot enabled desktop appearance though i went to System,Administration,Hardware Driver. its blank I cannot see my graphic card and also wnt to desktop background............ it says cannot enabled my desktop appearance.

    2.How to update firefox to the latest edition... i could not find update in firefox.How to install chrome ...

    3.How to enabled sound or by going to which site to get driver for ubuntu.

    4.the component we required in windows like uttorrent, idm etc. can we install in ubuntu.

    5.how to get plugin for viewing movies..

    Thanks....looking forward for the kind response.
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    install windows 7 :P

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    i ve ubuntu and windows vista already ..........(two partition)

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    Quote Originally Posted by crysis80 View Post
    i ve ubuntu and windows vista already ..........(two partition)
    vista sucks....try windows 7. and also explore uBuntu....i tried it long back....pak gaya then moved back to all time good windows 7

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    THANKS....
    anyway whether it is vista or win 7... but i want to learn a little bit about ubuntu. do u have any idea...

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    Quote Originally Posted by crysis80 View Post
    I m new to linux... just today i ve installed ubuntu 9.04. i ve several issues where i expect it will be solved.
    Welcome to linux
    1. I cannot enabled desktop appearance though i went to System,Administration,Hardware Driver. its blank I cannot see my graphic card and also wnt to desktop background............ it says cannot enabled my desktop appearance.
    You have to mention the sysyem hadware specs so that somebody can help.
    2.How to update firefox to the latest edition... i could not find update in firefox.How to install chrome ...
    In ubuntu in order to install any software there the command Apt-Get install ???? e.g. "sudo Apt-get install Firefox" from a terminal will install firefox from debian repository
    3.How to enabled sound or by going to which site to get driver for ubuntu.
    Whether your hardware (sound card) is detected?
    4.the component we required in windows like uttorrent, idm etc. can we install in ubuntu.
    There is transmission installed by default which is equivalent to utorrent.
    5.how to get plugin for viewing movies..
    Again the same apt-get command only can help.

    I am a user of mandriva linux in which the control center is very easy to configure than ubuntu. For newbie I suggest try mandriva or pclinuxOS

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    @ matrix
    thanks buddy...after reaching home i ll let u know about my configuration coz right now i m in office. if i happen to go with pclinux or mandriva as suggested by yu then how do i uninstall ubuntu.
    once more thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by crysis80 View Post
    @ matrix
    thanks buddy...after reaching home i ll let u know about my configuration coz right now i m in office. if i happen to go with pclinux or mandriva as suggested by yu then how do i uninstall ubuntu.
    once more thanks
    You need not uninstall ubuntu, mandriva will take care off that. You can use the same partition created for ubuntu for installing mandriva or if free space availabe you can create additional partition for mandriva and keep all the OS available for booting. As a newbie I suggest just select and format the ubuntu partitions and install. I am attaching the selecting custom partition screen shot (mandriva 2010.1 spring) for your reference.

    In case of any additional help you can post here so that i can help you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by talktoanil View Post
    vista sucks....try windows 7. and also explore uBuntu....i tried it long back....pak gaya then moved back to all time good windows 7
    I agree vista sucks.. not only vista, all windows sucks!! Once I became a full time linux user about 2 years back I didn't look back to windows. In my organisation now 30% of the desktop and all servers run linux of various flavours. Once started using linux and the vast options available nobody go back to windows. But initial phase is always a though one. Now I hate to work under windows.

    Of course anybody switching should have some courage and gut in the initial phase. Once familiarised nothing like that going back to windows. Choose anything you want there always many free options available in *nix and you can legally and securely use it without any issue. Where as in window you have to sell out a lot to get legal software or you have to use pirated illegally. And as far as security is concerned it is a problem under windows. In fact many in our organisation switched to linux because of this reason including me.

    The new linux distros are as comparable as windows. There was a time linux was considered as a hacker OS, that is history now. I have wiped out the windows 7 starter come preloaded with my HP mini and installed Jolicloud and enjoying the same.

    Please don't discourage some young one trying to use linux as you have just backed out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matrix View Post
    anybody switching should have some courage and gut in the initial phase. Once familiarised nothing like that going back to windows.
    thanks for this word .....earlier many times i had tried but reverse again,now i have made up my mind that I will do it.It can be positive with the help of you guys.

    thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by crysis80 View Post
    thanks for this word .....earlier many times i had tried but reverse again,now i have made up my mind that I will do it.It can be positive with the help of you guys.

    thanks
    I will be really glad to help you. As you have made up your mind you specify the distro and the hardware platform you are trying, I will definitely try the same in a virtual environment and help you. The only problem is I will be busy all the time and may not look into at the right time as I have to travel around 6 hours a day up/down to my office and hardly I get time to log into this forum. Once I reach office I forget everything just concentrate on the office matters. Whenever I get time at home I check this forum and post my replies.

    So prepared to wait for answers at times.

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    ok now i m at home..

    Here is my spec.

    Intel Motherboard with Core 2 Duo E7300 2.66 ghz

    2GB Ram

    160 GB HD

    Graphic Card ATI 4670 512MB with Windows Vista

    Could u suggest me which Linux would be the best for me as I m really a beginner .... i dont know even the ABC of Linux.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crysis80 View Post
    Graphic Card ATI 4670 512MB with Windows Vista

    Could u suggest me which Linux would be the best for me as I m really a beginner .... i dont know even the ABC of Linux.
    You can go for Mandriva 2010.1 spring, you will get some driver for this graphic card. Mine is almost similar specs bu my graphic card is Geforce 220 GT 1 GB for which the drver module is readily available

    During install select "Radeon HD 2000 and later (radeon/fglrx)" later you can update from the instruction in the link Updating proprietary drivers from backports - Mandriva Community Wiki

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    yesterday i had download sabayon linux coz there was some delay in reply from your side.

    should i go for Sabayon or Mandriva 2010.
    Awaiting earnestly

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    I suggest Mandriva because of its user-friendlyness for configuration and software updates, I never tried sabayon linux so cannot comment on that. See a review of mandriva 2010 spring here Mandriva Linux 2010 spring “Farman” Review | Raymond.CC Blog

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    its just 277 mb....is this the one u r talking about..

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    Quote Originally Posted by crysis80 View Post
    its just 277 mb....is this the one u r talking about..
    You can find the bittorrent download for the version here Download Mandriva Linux One 2010 Spring | Mandriva I like the KDE version which is what I am using it is 691 mb.
    Last edited by matrix; 4th September 2010 at 12:07 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matrix View Post
    I agree vista sucks.. not only vista, all windows sucks!!
    Now thats totally wrong. May be you suck using windows. Eg. I tried Linux 2-3 times and reverted back to Windows because i suck using linux.

    Quote Originally Posted by matrix View Post
    Please don't discourage some young one trying to use linux as you have just backed out.
    Never, I dont want to impose my view on others. everyone is free to use OS of their choice, be it linux or windows. and i never said that linux sucks..for me linux is pure pain compared to using windows. Even my dad can use windows without my help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by talktoanil View Post
    Now thats totally wrong. May be you suck using windows. Eg. I tried Linux 2-3 times and reverted back to Windows because i suck using linux.
    I quoted what you posted about vista. I switched to linux cause of the crashes. I used have firewall and don't allow others to access my system, But when I was to go on a long leave I have given access to my system to my team members. Just few days after my return the system crashed. A lot of third party software we use daily in our development go lost. So switched to linux 2 years back and never looked back. There is no instance of a single crash or any of that sort. Even today others in my organisation who are using windows face such issues very often and a lot of downtime. Now about 30% of our desktops and all the server are running linux of various flavors.

    for me linux is pure pain compared to using windows. Even my dad can use windows without my help.
    My child aged 8 don't have problem using linux as whatever is required can be accessed using the GUI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matrix View Post
    I quoted what you posted about vista. I switched to linux cause of the crashes. I used have firewall and don't allow others to access my system, But when I was to go on a long leave I have given access to my system to my team members. Just few days after my return the system crashed. A lot of third party software we use daily in our development go lost. So switched to linux 2 years back and never looked back. There is no instance of a single crash or any of that sort. Even today others in my organisation who are using windows face such issues very often and a lot of downtime. Now about 30% of our desktops and all the server are running linux of various flavors.
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    if this is the case in your organisation then i wonder how a normal user is allowed to install 3rd party apps ? its supposed to be done my IT guys.

    and i am using windows 7 legal version and have not even a single crash till today.

    Our organisation uses windows 7 and windows server. we never faced any downtime. may be our System Admin is cool and he knows what he does. Windows is very secured when updated with proper patches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by talktoanil View Post
    if this is the case in your organisation then i wonder how a normal user is allowed to install 3rd party apps ? its supposed to be done my IT guys.
    We do a lot of R&D work so will use many third party software such as workflow editors, rule engines, xml editors, such stuff from OSS. We cannot wait for the IT guy to come and install these type of stuff every time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matrix View Post
    We do a lot of R&D work so will use many third party software such as workflow editors, rule engines, xml editors, such stuff from OSS. We cannot wait for the IT guy to come and install these type of stuff every time.
    so you mean installing such app's make windows crash ? lol..atleast not my windows 7

    yes it use to crash windows XP ..i agree and even i hate it. But since Vista , memory management and security has been the ace point of windows. esp UAC.

    and to specify the reason behind the crash for XP , is the DLL's used my applications. same DLL's can be shared by multiple applications too and hence cauz of version conflict apps may crash.

    however , starting windows vista , such issues are resolved because of .net framework which implemets GAC , global assembly cache where in DLL are stored and hence no crash even if 2 diff apps use same or diff version of same / diff DLL.

    this is how and why i always said that XP sucks and MS OS has improved a lot in Vista and just prefect in Windows 7.

    FYI : I own a forum which runs totally on Open Source and linux servers.this is just to make sure you dont think me as MS fan boy lolzz and i even use Android OS mobile phone which i love and is way better than MS Windows Mobile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by talktoanil View Post
    FYI : I own a forum which runs totally on Open Source and linux servers.this is just to make sure you dont think me as MS fan boy lolzz and i even use Android OS mobile phone which i love and is way better than MS Windows Mobile.
    Hi don't take it in the wrong, go back where we started, you recommended windows 7, though his intention was to install linux. So I just said don't discourage him as you have backed out from linux. On my part there is no misunderstanding dear. Thou you recommended windows 7 to him now you come up with the real inside.

    You can notice from my other posts in this forum and other forums that initially I failed to use linux. I try many OSes like QNX, RTOS, OS2, Android, MeeGO, Moblin and various flavour of linux. Today I tried Fedora 13 live CD and was not impressed at all.

    Have you ever tried Mandriva/PCLinuxOS ever? Just try and see how you feel about these distros. Ubunu is popular cos of the publicity and sponsorship but as far as user-friendlyness is concerned I don't it can match these distros as of today. In 10.4 some features are added to install additional software within the GUI. But still a long way to go.

    As far as windows is concerned you can stick with that as you don't have any issues. I have destroyed my pre-loaded windows 7 starter from my netbook and currently using Jolicloud after trying Mobilin, MeeGO, etc.

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    i have purchased windows 7 64 bit and have never tried Mandriva/PCLinuxOS. Next weekend i will buy a USB HDD and once i back-up my data i will try it for sure.

    last linux os i tried was from Ubuntu 10. Looks very ugly as compared to windows 7.

    Lets see whats in there for Mandriva/PCLinuxOS.

    thanks for the update and have your noticed my smiley ":P" after post ? so i was just kidding and not trying him to discourage open source.

    I support the fact that use OS of your choice and which helps you to do your desired task as quickly and efficiently as possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by talktoanil View Post
    last linux os i tried was from Ubuntu 10. Looks very ugly as compared to windows 7.

    Lets see whats in there for Mandriva/PCLinuxOS.
    You just try using a USB key or in virtual environment, I suggested just to feel the difference of these distros. Note that PCLinuxOS is a descendant of Mandriva just like Linux Mint, Jolicloud, etc are descendant of Ubuntu (descendant of Debian)

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    Quote Originally Posted by matrix View Post
    You just try using a USB key or in virtual environment, I suggested just to feel the difference of these distros. Note that PCLinuxOS is a descendant of Mandriva just like Linux Mint, Jolicloud, etc are descendant of Ubuntu (descendant of Debian)
    can you post screenshot of your linux desktop as it looks now ?
    Also what about gtalk ? can i install the gtalk version from google using which i can share files like i do it on windows ? cauz last time on ubuntu , i installed gtalk and then was only limited to chat and no file transfer.

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    cool down guys ... depends upon the liking and ease.

    i ll have two partition with windows 7 and Mandriva as suggested by you guys ... so firstly which OS do i have to install..

    hello matrixji i have finish downloading ... so do i have to extract the downloaded file n burn to disc or directly burn the downloaded file.

    thanks to both of you..

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    Quote Originally Posted by crysis80 View Post
    cool down guys ... depends upon the liking and ease.

    i ll have two partition with windows 7 and Mandriva as suggested by you guys ... so firstly which OS do i have to install..
    Firsat install windows 7 otherwise you cannot dual boot.
    hello matrixji i have finish downloading ... so do i have to extract the downloaded file n burn to disc or directly burn the downloaded file.
    Just burn the iso file directly to a CD and boot from that CD after installing windows 7.

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    Quote Originally Posted by talktoanil View Post
    can you post screenshot of your linux desktop as it looks now ?
    Find the desktop here.. I never tried file transfer with gtalk I did long time back with yahoo messenger.

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    What is your experience in mandriva? Is it worth the download? Are you facing any problems?

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    Having hard time ...... Still strugling

    Hi guys

    After installing Win 7 I started my Mandriva ...... after finishing installing Mandriva ..... I restart, but to my astonishment a small white line started blinking on my top left corner for a very long time ... i couldn't excess Win 7 neither Mandriva nor by booting from Win 7 DVD N Mandriva CD.It consumes lots of time (I did this and that..but didn't help me) ..... So I insert Win XP and started installing it and I could see the alphabet drive letter has been change to - sign...... then after that I install Mandriva and finally ..... both my OS started working.

    Now in Mandriva .. pl tell me how to establish internet connection .. it keeps on telling me to add software from software media manager.

    I cannot change my desktop to 3D Desktop it ask me to install some software.

    And I cannot excess my Win XP hard disk from Mandriva it gives error

    And other things which I cannot remember now.... do again input your valuable suggestion.

    Thanks
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    I am attaching some screen shots which shows how to configure network, in mandriva it is very simple to configure, from the control center you can select hardware and configure your graphic server. In case any problem just post here.

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    Graphic setting from MCC (Mandriva Control Center) see the screen shots

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    hello

    Regarding Network Connection tried but nothing .. same like usual (i had tried before also) seems .... it gets connected,it takes long time to load a page with a reply of please try again.Upload is higher than download (sent n received)

    Now there is a slight improvement in my desktop with the help of graphical server...but for 3d desktop i need to install a software call glxinfo and for sharing internet or accessing hard drive I have to install a software call samba..


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    You can go to Easy Urpmi and add official media and plf media then from the control centre update your graphic driver also have a look at Development/Packaging/KMS - Mandriva Community Wiki

    As far as the network issue I don't understand what is wrong.

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    Default Woohoo!!

    Synaptic Package Manager is the best for installing packages. Also Software Manager can b used to install packages. Try Linux Mint, it is an amazing ubuntu variant!

    Linux rocks more than Windows nowadays and will overtake Windows for sure the way they are going and progressing. Ubuntu 10.10 (Maverick Meerkat) is on d verge of release and is an awesome OS! Beta version of it has already been released. Try it folks!!
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    hi guys
    all these days i ve been trying to connect through Mandriva but to no avail.
    So I happen to install Ubuntu 10.04 which connect with a blink of an eye and started the updates. Even my desktop runs with 3d effect, closing, minimizing etc all this thing is running smoothly.

    Had Mandriva connect to the internet ..... through updates all the problem would have been fixed. But anyway all is well.

    How to slow down my effect ... do u have any idea cause its fast ... cant see it properly. there is an option but i cannot find it.

    please help me. (rep added to Matrixji)

    Thanks a lot guys especially Matrix for encouraging and supporting me.
    May God Bless You All.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crysis80 View Post
    hi guys
    all these days i ve been trying to connect through Mandriva but to no avail.
    So I happen to install Ubuntu 10.04 which connect with a blink of an eye and started the updates. Even my desktop runs with 3d effect, closing, minimizing etc all this thing is running smoothly.
    Happy you are able to use ubuntu and internet and disappointment as you are not able to connect and update in mandriva. Anyways linux is linux not m$ and you get so many alternativies in *nix for each and every requirement.
    But as far as configuration goes mandriva is still the best. Anyways good luck. Are you able configure firewall in ubuntu 10.4?
    How to slow down my effect ... do u have any idea cause its fast ... cant see it properly. there is an option but i cannot find it.please help me.
    If you followed the link provided you should have find the page with add official media nad plf media and then you can select install software from mandriva control center here from the options menu you can select the media manager and select the necessary sources. In the install software screen you have to select all software not the software with GUI

    (rep added to Matrixji)

    Thanks a lot guys especially Matrix for encouraging and supporting me.
    May God Bless You All.
    Welcome, always ready to help only time availability is the constraint.

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    Please guide me if u have time .... how to configure firewall and also I cannot open a site like piratebay and others,no matter how much I have tried by opening with other browser.

    Looking forward

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    Quote Originally Posted by crysis80 View Post
    Please guide me if u have time .... how to configure firewall and also I cannot open a site like piratebay and others,no matter how much I have tried by opening with other browser.

    Looking forward
    In mandriva it is very easy in MCC you can select security firewall and you cann select the services to be allowed for remote access. I read from some review that doing the same in ubuntu is very hard.

    I was not having any issue in opening piratebay. Can you give specific details so that I can help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matrix View Post
    In mandriva it is very easy in MCC you can select security firewall and you cann select the services to be allowed for remote access. I read from some review that doing the same in ubuntu is very hard.

    I was not having any issue in opening piratebay. Can you give specific details so that I can help.
    Actually I had read in this forum that some guys cannot open Download music, movies, games, software! The Pirate Bay - The world's most resilient BitTorrent site .....so i happen to try opening on my PC but unfortunately I too cannot access it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crysis80 View Post
    Actually I had read in this forum that some guys cannot open Download music, movies, games, software! The Pirate Bay - The world's most resilient BitTorrent site .....so i happen to try opening on my PC but unfortunately I too cannot access it.
    I was not having any problem opening the site. So I am not able to find any reason, sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matrix View Post
    I was not having any problem opening the site. So I am not able to find any reason, sorry.
    No problem...now i can access the site mentioned above cause I did the connection in terminal mode.

    Thanks....

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