Saturday, February 17, 2007

Ubuntu Linux postinstall notes

After installing an operating system, there are always a zillion changes I have to make to get the operating system operational. I'm new to Linux, so I thought I'd post up a list of changes I made after installing Ubuntu to help out others. These are mostly basic changes such as enabling all software packages, choosing a fast repository, mounting FAT32 drives, making Ctrl+Alt+Del bring up a task manager, installing multimedia software, changing the system DPI, trying to disable the trash feature, and adding an Open Terminal option to the desktop.

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