Installing VMware Player on Ubuntu is really easy. Head over to the VMware Player download site. Download your flavor of the Player. After downloading, open up a terminal and cd to your download directory. To install the player: sudo sh VMware-Player-xxxxxxxxx.xxx.bundle This will bring up a dialog taking you further through the install
A few years ago I wrote about getting the Citrix Receiver working on Ubuntu 11.04 64-bit. Back then you had to manually install it. Now I’m on 12.10 and things have gotten a whole lot easier. There’s a guide over at the help.ubuntu.com community telling you how to install. I got some error-messages trying to… Continue Reading »
As noted in my previous post I finally made the switch back to Ubuntu. From old habit I really always liked Gnome, so I though I’d try out Gnome3 (3.6 as the last version available as a .deb package). So far it looks really good, I only have one little issue.
Once again I’ve made the choice to jump over to Ubuntu for my desktop. I’ve been running windows 7 and recently windows 8 for a few years now due to my laptop using Nvidia Optimus technology, which hasn’t been very cooperative with Linux. The computer I currently have as my main private computer is an… Continue Reading »
I’m just feeling the need to express myself regarding the way Oracle adds the Install the Ask Toolbar and make Ask my default search provider option into every update they release. Every single time (which has been quite often lately) I update Java, I get asked if I want to install the toolbar. I can’t imagine… Continue Reading »