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Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala has ctrl+alt+backspace turned off by default. ctrl+alt+backspace is the key combination used to restart the X server. It can also be enabled easily.

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Ubuntu 9.10 has been released a few hours back. The release has come with some new features. The promising ones are:

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Windows7 vs. Ubuntu Karmic Boot Time

This video on Youtube demonstrates the boot performance of Ubuntu Karmic Koala against the boot performance of Windows 7.

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Karmic-koala

Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala is out. Here are some tweaks and install guides. The tweaks will help you optimize Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala.

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nscript-nautilus-script

NScript is a set of Nautilus scripts from nanolx.org. This set includes scripts for many common tasks like send to, copy to etc.

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With netcat, we can perform numerous networking tasks like port scanning, managing connections, setting up servers etc. One very basic usage of netcat is shown here.

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Ubuntu-Sources-list-generator

Ubuntu Source List Generator will give you a customized software source list with all the required packages for applications you use frequently.

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ntp and nfs services, once disabled can speed up the boot time of Ubuntu or any other Linux distro by quite some seconds.

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Grub

A few months back, Grub was upgraded to Grub2. Grub2 has been reprogrammed from scratch, giving it better modularity.

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Ubuntu9.10-available-download

Ubuntu 9.10 is out with many improvements over the 9.04 build and a smoother UI. Get your copy of Ubuntu.

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There are many applications available for editing images in Linux but a nautilus script has it’s own advantages.These are the five nautilus scripts you can use for fast image editing.

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Nautilus scripts can extend the behavior of the Gnome desktop and acts as plugins to the environment. Here are some of the general questions on Nautilus and Nautilus scripts.

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emerald-theme

Emerald Window Manager is an application which binds with the compiz desktop to provide us with added effects like shadow and glass pane on the window borders.

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mint-linux

Ubuntu is no doubt the most popular Linux distribution out there.These are the three Ubuntu based distributions worth trying out- gOS, Linux Mint and Ultimate Edition.

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Shake is a file-system independent defragmentation software. Shake is very effective for defragmenting the ext3 Linux file.

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