Sunday, September 20, 2009

A new presentation on Ubuntu

This is new presentation on Ubuntu with various screenshots.

http://pnaprasanna.blog.co.in/files/2009/09/present.pdf

Saturday, September 5, 2009

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.4 launched

The newer version of RHEL (RHEL5.4) is launched, which can be updated easily by using yum command.

The steps to update RHEL5.3 to RHEL5.4
:

# uname -a
# yum update


Reboot the server:

# reboot

Check the working status:

# uname -a
# netstat -tulpn
# tail -f /var/log/messages

Features:

The new version includes the kernel-based virtual machine (KVM) virtualization, next generation of developer features and tools including GCC 4.4, a new malloc(). Also included clustered, high-availability filesystem to support Microsoft Windows storage needs on Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

The official Redhat Enterprise Linux 5.4 white paper:

http://pnaprasanna.blog.co.in/files/2009/09/rh_rhel_5p4.pdf

video

Ubuntu Promises



1. Ubuntu will be free forever even Enterprise editions also.

2. It requires 4 GB Harddisk space and 256MB minimum RAM, However, the diskspace is not sufficient if more number of software are installed in the / partition.

3. Ubuntu CD can be ordered for free of cost as well as free to download.

4. All updates for Ubuntu is free.

Thursday, September 3, 2009

Convert wine theme into Human clear theme in Ubuntu 9.04



Observe these following lines for changing the theme.

[Control Panel\\Colors]
"ActiveBorder"="239 235 231"

"ActiveTitle"="210 141 70"
"AppWorkSpace"="177 170 163""Background"="0 0 0"
"ButtonAlternateFace"="181 181 181""ButtonDkShadow"="115 106 96""ButtonFace"="239 235 231"
"ButtonHilight"="253 250 248"
"ButtonLight"="239 235 231"

"ButtonShadow"="179 175 171"
"ButtonText"="0 0 0"

"GrayText"="179 175 171"
"Hilight"="248 206 140"
"HilightText"="0 0 0"
"InactiveBorder"="239 235 231"
"InactiveTitle"="239 235 231"
"InactiveTitleText"="60 60 59"
"InfoText"="0 0 0"
"InfoWindow"="239 235 231"
"Menu"="239 235 231"
"MenuBar"="239 235 231"

"MenuHilight"="248 245 242"

"MenuText"="0 0 0"

"Scrollbar"="203 193 183"
"TitleText"="255 255 255"
"Window"="255 255 255"

"WindowFrame"="0 0 0"

"WindowText"="0 0 0"

1. Go to the home directory of the specified user.
2. Copy the above lines into the file vi .wine/user.reg
3. Then view the wine window. It will be in a new Ubuntu theme, which is the default of the Ubuntu 9.04.