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Completely Removing Ubuntu One From Your Machine

Well, Ubuntu One is now gone. The servers went completely Offline June 1st as promised. Now it’s probably time to remove the program from your machine. It’s not hard to do. Most people were able to completely remove the program … Continue reading

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The End of Ubuntu One and Some Alternatives

On Wednesday, April 2nd, it was announced on the Canonical Blog that the Ubuntu One service would be shutting down. Some assumed it was an April Fools joke until Friday when an email was sent to notify the rest of … Continue reading

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Easiest Netbeans 7.3 and Java JDK Install Possible

I recently had to re-install my operating system, Ubuntu 12.04, this weekend. In doing so, I had to also re-install all of my development tools, including the Netbeans IDE and the Java JDK. Netbeans requires the use of the Java … Continue reading

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Microsoft TTF on Ubuntu

If you are having a problem with sites not rendering correctly while using Ubuntu, the problem may be that the declared font-family may not be loading correctly. This has to do with proprietary fonts like Ariel and Times New Roman … Continue reading

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Wubi: An Easy Ubuntu Installation

What is Wubi? Wubi stands for “Windows-Based Ubuntu Installer.” Broken down it means that it installs Ubuntu on your Windows machine. Why would this be useful? Why? Well, it’s useful for several reasons, the biggest being that you don’t have … Continue reading

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