Upgraded to Ubuntu Trusty recently and couldn’t adjust the default volume of Radio Tray. There’s a setting in the dashboard, but it didn’t take. I had to alter the config file in .local/share/radiotray. It wasn’t hard, but it wasn’t intuitive either.
If you’ve installed Caffeine on Unbuntu 12.04 and can’t get it to work, this may be the solution. Gnome doesn’t play nice with Caffeine, but there is a workaround.
Adobe Flash player for Firefox has always had install issues on 64bit machines and with Ubuntu Pangolin, that hasn’t changed. After trial and error, I installed it manually. Here’s how I did it.
The Problem: I had to change my pop email password, but then Evolution, on Ubuntu Lucid, wouldn’t remember the password. Until I found the answer!
A Major Step Forward
Bugs introduced by Karmic Koala are resolved, plus improvements in speed and stability
The latest update from Ubuntu updated Namoroka (Firefox for Ubuntu 64 bit machines) to 3.6.4pre. However, there was a problem……
Don’t blame the Koala
Sometimes things aren’t what they seem…
Email messages are the Post-it® notes of the computer age. Get them organized
You might even notice an improvement in your desktop performance
Smooth upgrades are usually the rule with Ubuntu
But the Koala and MySql seem to have bad karma between them