Radio Tray: System Tray Internet Radio Player For Ubuntu

Radio Tray is system tray based internet radio player for Linux. Other than providing a smooth playback experience and the utility to tune into to a large number of radio channels from around the world, Radio Tray also provides a minimalist interface. Radio Tray works from the app-indicator menu and supports bookmarks, , WAX, PLS, M3U, ASX and WVX playlists. Furthermore, it can play a number of media formats based Continue Reading →

Give Ubuntu The Mac OS X Look With FakeOSX

As we all know, Ubuntu developers have been gearing towards making it the Mac OS X of the Linux world. This is why we are seeing more and more Mac features landing in Ubuntu with each new version. While it might take a while for Canonical to make Ubuntu similar to (if not the same) as Mac, you can give your Ubuntu operating system the stylish Mac look with the Continue Reading →

Get Marlin File Browser For Linux With Dropbox And Ubuntu One Support

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Marlin is a file browser for Linux based operating systems like Ubuntu. It is based on GTK3 and comes with a number of handy feature that are lacked by other file browsers. This includes Dropbox and Ubuntu One integration. Perhaps one of the best features of Marlin is its support for plugins which enables enhancing it to extend its functionality. For example, you can sync, share and publish your external Continue Reading →

How To Upgrade From Ubuntu 11.10 To Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin

The final version of Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin is out and now you can upgrade your Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot to the latest Ubuntu version, by following the steps given below. Before starting the upgrade process make sure that you have ample space in your primary disk partition, as Ubuntu upgrades often result in lack of remaining disk space due to the extra files that are added during the update Continue Reading →

Replace Complete Document Text Strings In Ubuntu With Replace-me

Programmer and professionals associated with development require periodically replacing text strings from multiple files. This can be to change the coding of specific files or to add/remove or modify a text string. Replace-me is a convenient Nautilus extension that allows users to find and replace entire text strings from different files within numerous folders and sub-folders. Replace-me enables the replacement of text strings via right-click menu and is a handy Continue Reading →

Run Ubuntu On Android With Ubuntu Installer

It’s time to run Ubuntu On Android devices. The porting of famous Linux distributions to make them run on Android is not a new concept and can be laborious. However, if you are an Ubuntu fan and would like to install it on your Android device, then check out Ubuntu Installer. It has been designed to run Ubuntu On Android devices. It is a simple installer app for Ubuntu that Continue Reading →

How To Auto Hide Cinnamon Panel And Configure Other Settings

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Cinnamon is a Gnome Shell alternative, which has been created to deliver a Gnome 2 like convenient design for Ubuntu users. It provides a Gnome 2 like launcher based bottom panel and is perhaps the one of the best Gnome 2 forks available for Ubuntu. In a previous post I showed you a complete walkthrough of Cinnamon Shell. In this post I will explain the process of auto-hiding the Cinnamon Continue Reading →

Get Nanoshot, Advanced Ubuntu Screenshot Taking Application

Many Ubuntu users use the Gnome Screenshot utility, which comes pre-installed with the Ubuntu desktop. While Gnome Screenshot provides a number of handy options, it lacks some advanced features, such as being able to specifically capture the Unity Launcher’s screenshot or capturing video frames. Nanoshot is a screenshot taking application that provides a number of advanced features for capturing screenshots in Ubuntu. It can capture screenshots from web pages, a Continue Reading →

Mount ISO, IMG, BIN, MDF, NRG Disc Images In Ubuntu, Furius ISO Mount

In a previous post, I reviewed Mounty, which is an easy to use disc mounting application for Ubuntu Linux, which enables users to quickly mount virtual disc images via the app-indicator menu. In that post, I also explained a bit about “what is disc image mounting and how to mount disc images”. There are a number of disc image formats in which virtual discs (virtual CD/DVD disc images) are created. Continue Reading →

Easily Mount Disc Images In Ubuntu Linux With Mounty

Mounting a virtual disc image  by using a virtual drive can help explore the content of the disc image, without having to burn it (e.g. ISO file) to a CD or DVD disc. This way, one can avoid wasting optical discs and also prolong the life of the optical drive, as running CDs or DVDs excessively can reduce the life of an optical (CD/DVD) drive. For those of you who Continue Reading →