Tag Archives: Ubuntu Tutorials
In the earlier versions of Ubuntu, for stopping the X server the key sequence is Ctrl + Alt + Backspace and it was enabled there by default. But in the latest versions of Ubuntu like version 10.04 and 10.10 unfortunately disabled this key sequence by default. So, many of us are facing now this problem at the time of doing that. But need not to be worried, I am here. Today I shall teach you step by step how to restore that keyboard command in the new versions of Ubuntu. Just read the rest article carefully.
Many of the people always face the same problem with their display in Ubuntu when they go to sleep or somewhere else. The can not stop or inactive their display when they leave there. Because in by default features of Ubuntu. So when you are running Ubuntu on battery power then it can be annoyed when you also use AC power too.
Here is a step by step procedure with the help of which you will quiet be able to do that, just follow the rest article carefully:
- Go to the Main Menu.
- Then make a click on the System.
- Then move your cursor towards Preferences.
- Then do select Power Management.
- Then move your cursor towards AC power tab.
- And select it, you may get it by going down to the slider control in the area of the Display section.
- Then slide down the control tab again.
- You have to slide down it right until the word Never appears below it.
- Next do write click on the Close button.
- This is a simple procedure, so don’t waste your time, just try it and enjoy.
Ubuntu always requires login each and every time whenever you goes to run the operating system on your computer. But the problem occurs when you are the individual person who is using the computer and if you are not worried too much about your computer security. But this can be too much excessive additionally too much annoying for you. But need not to be worry there is a simple way of enabling Automatic Login, also with its help your Ubuntu can go straight to the desktop where it does not requires any login also.
A common goal to every computer user is to set their computer on a local network where they can be able to share their files and folders. So if you set up your mind to do that then the first thing you have to remember that your computer must be exist on the same network and Workgroup and the computer sharing files must have been a folder configured file along with the official permission in order to allow the other computers in the network to access that. So without wasting any time lets come to the today’s tutorials. In this tutorial I will show you step by step how to configure shared files and folder on your Windows 7 PC and how can you access them from Ubantu via your home network.