Tagged: Gnome Shell

Easy Ways to Install GNOME 3.10 on Ubuntu 13.10 Saucy Salamander 0

Easy Ways to Install GNOME 3.10 on Ubuntu 13.10 Saucy Salamander

On this tutorial will show you how to install/upgrade GNOME 3.10 on Ubuntu 13.10 saucy salamander. GNOME 3.10 is latest and new version of GNOME released on September 2013. Six months after the release of Gnome...

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Download Ubuntu Gnome 13.04 Daily Images

Few days, canonical anounced and released the new Ubuntu Gnome 13.04 Raring ringtail daily images. It available in 32-bit and 64-bit images available for download and testing. The daily builds are provided mostly for developers,...

Pimp your Ubuntu Gnome Shell look like Android Ice Cream Sandwich 1

Pimp your Ubuntu Gnome Shell look like Android Ice Cream Sandwich

A new Gnome shell theme was launched and released to make Ubuntu look like Android Ice Cream Sandwich, known as the Ice Cream Shell and Ice Cream GTK The both is a Shell and...

Ekoore Python S Tablet Arrive with Triple OS : Ubuntu Linux, Android 4.0 and Windows 7 Compatibility 1

Ekoore Python S Tablet Arrive with Triple OS : Ubuntu Linux, Android 4.0 and Windows 7 Compatibility

Ekoore is a company based in Italy, has released a new tablet dubbed “Python S”. ability Ekoore Python S Tablet is undoubtedly to run three operating systems (Ubuntu 11.10 with Gnome Shell, Andorid 4.0...

Cinnamon 1.1.3 has been Released : Comes with Gnome2-Like Panel 0

Cinnamon 1.1.3 has been Released : Comes with Gnome2-Like Panel

Cinnamon is a fork of GNOME Shell Created and developed by Linux Mint Team. Now Cinnamon comes with a Gnome2-Like panel at bottom, with classic menu, favourite apps, and system tray icons on it....

Theme Gnome Shell and Unity : Boomerang by ghogaru 0

Theme Gnome Shell and Unity : Boomerang by ghogaru

Boomerang is a package theme GTK3/GTK2 that created and developed by ghogaru.These themes support both Unity and Gnome Shell and comes with dark interface Boomerang Deux and light interface Boomerang Boomerang theme package requires...

How to Enable Key sequence Ctrl + Alt + Backspace to kill XServer On Ubuntu 11.10 0

How to Enable Key sequence Ctrl + Alt + Backspace to kill XServer On Ubuntu 11.10

Key combination Ctrl + Alt + Backspace usually used to restart the Xserver. Unfortunately in Ubuntu 11.10 by default key combination is in the disabled state. well, this time I will write a short tutorial How to Enable Key Sequence Ctrl + Alt + Backspace to kill xserver On Ubuntu 11.10

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