The first in a series of videos introducing Ubuntu 10.10 as a viable alternative as an everyday OS. In this part, I introduce the operating system, give some pointers on the interface, and how to get the system set up for sound/video and the web.
Here is some cool stuff. Here is Ubunutu running on 512MB ram on a mini PC.
liliputing.com The MK802 is a tiny PC with an Allwinner A10 CPU, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of storage, a mini HDMI port, mini USB port, and full-sized USB port. It also has a microSDHC card slot — and this video shows that while the device ships with Android 4.0 you can load an alternate operating system on a memory card and boot from it. This is a pre-compiled Ubuntu 10.04 Linux image.
Right now i am running vista home basic 32bit and i have been playing around with virtual pc and using other operating systems like Linux ubuntu. And i really like it so i was wondering how do i switch my os from vista to ubuntu and if you think its worth it.
Thx For The Help in Advance!
I want to be able to switch between using Linux and Windows without overloading or complicating one hard drive. Are there any pitfalls with running different operating systems in seperate hard drives?
From my understanding there are several operating systems that run on the Linux platform. Which is the best one?
(I know a lot about computers but Linux is not my area of expertise. I am planning on a getting a new computer and possibly dual booting if I get some info about Linux.)
Open source software continues to increase at a rapid rate throughout the globe. What political forces are influencing this growth and how are they affecting Microsoft’s dominance in operating systems?
I currently have 3 operating systems installed on my computer:
Windows Vista Home Premium
I would like to remove the Ubuntu 8.04 partition and use the space for my Vista partition. Does anyone know how to do this?