In “Practical Ubuntu — Part 1 of 2” we installed Ubuntu Oneiric Ocelot on an HP 6910p notebook alongside the existing Microsoft Windows Vista, set the administrator “root” login to a password we know, added openssh-server so we can work on it remotely instead of needing to stand right there beside the computer while…
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Ubuntu for Business
This article explains how to install Google Chromium and LibreOffice on an Ubuntu 10.10 system mostly from the command line. The commands are provided.
October 2010 OS & Browser Use Stats
Statistics: Operating System and Web Browser use April through October 2010
Work Shifting: common sense leads to new productivity
Work Shifting involves more than geographic location. It involves location, time, equipment, intellectual activation (mental readiness) and even social presence. Essentially, our present technology allows the worker to work when it is optimal. We are entering an age where not only time or location but especially computing device is flexible.