Monday, October 29, 2012

Unsettings 0.08 Adds Support For Ubuntu 12.10 (Quantal Quetzal)

The latest version of Unsettings (0.08) has added support for Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal Quetzal. Unsettings is a graphical configuration program that allows Ubuntu users to customize the Unity desktop as well as modifying Unity settings.

 With Unsettings, you can do the following tasks:

  • Change GTK themes, icons, and cursors 
  • Enable/disable Global Menu, Overlay Scrollbars, and HUD 
  • Change Dash size and blur effect 
  • Change top panel opacity, show/hide username 
  • Change system fonts, etc.
Unsettings Installation

To install Unsettings 0.08 in Ubuntu 12.10/12.04, open the terminal and run these commands:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:diesch/testing
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install unsettings

For any bug encountered, you can report it here. This project is created by Florian Diesch, you can find his website here.

Ubuntu 13.04 Raring Ringtail Official Logo (Unveiled) UDS

Today October 29 will take away the ‘ UDS Copenhagen and certainly we expect to receive a lot of exciting news from the event which will end on November 1. Looking forward to full-bodied, good news, especially from Valve will be present to talk about Steam for Linux , the main focus of the discussions will be the next release of Ubuntu:  Raring Ringtail.

The news of this article, a brief curiosity more than anything else, it concerns Ubuntu 13.04 has been unveiled the official logo of Raring Ringtail Canonical will be used to sponsor the new release of its Linux distribution. The image is that you can see at the beginning of article, but I know you’re waiting for the “new that count “, so are we and not just information come from Denmark will be ready to riportarvele

How To Enable DVD Playback In Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal Quetzal

A few days back the latest version of Ubuntu which is Ubuntu 12.10 which is code-named as Quantal Quetzal was released. A lot of new features are added and removed from the latest version of Ubuntu 12.10.  We have provided a complete guide on How to install Ubuntu 12.10 few days back. One of the main issues of Ubuntu 12.10 is that we will not be able to play DVD’s  without installing few codecs. Even if you have a DVD which contains some media contents we will not be able to play it in Ubuntu 12.10 which lacks few inbuilt codecs and that’s why we are not able to play DVD’s on Ubuntu 12.10 , If you want to enjoy a movie during leisure time on your latest version of Ubuntu 12.10 which will definitely will show an error report when you start playing the video. In order to rectify this issue of Ubuntu 12.0 you need to install few codes which will make ubuntu 12.10 support DVD playback , you will not be able to play DVDs on Ubuntu until you install some necessary codecs. Just follow these steps to enable DVD playback on your Ubuntu 12.10.
You need a package called libdvdread4 , this installs all the necessary codes for the correct DVD playback on Ubuntu. You can directly install libdvdread4 from  ‘Ubuntu Software Center.
If you need to install it using the Terminal.
Open up the terminal by pressing CTRL ALT T and type the following code:
sudo apt-get install libdvdread4
Once the library completes its installation, Open up the terminal again and type the following code:
sudo / usr/share/doc/libdvdread4/
After the execution of these command’s in the terminal then you will be able to watch DVD’s using your favorite player in ubuntu 12.10.