One aspect of computer technology that i have been most fascinated about is Networking. At one time or the other most of us would have come across application of basic or obvious forms of networking, say, connection of multiple computers to a single printer or sharing of a single internet access among different computers. In […]
With this write-up, we conclude our series on Virtualization. To toggle between full screen and minimized screen in Virtualbox, you press the key combination RIGHT CTRL-F. But by default, your Ubuntu installation can not be displayed at full screen without the installation of VIRTUALBOX GUEST ADDITION. This software improves the performance of Guest OSes and […]
This is a continuation of our series on virtualization. Read part 3 if you have not. This series would address installation of Ubuntu as a Guest OS in a Windows PC Host. Follow the steps as shown below and you won’t go wrong. It is very easy.
STEP 1 Read Parts One and Two of this series if you have not. STEP 2 Ensure you have the Linux DVD/CD in your DVD Drive. We are using Ubuntu 10.04. Get one for free if you don’t have one. STEP 3 Launch the Virtualbox icon from your desktop or the Start menu.
We would be continuing from where we left off. To continue in the second part of this series, i will be making the following assumptions; – You have read the first part of this series. – You are curious to know what Linux is all about – You have a fairly modern laptop with a […]
In my last post, i introduced some of us to the world of Linux, the advantages it offers and the status it confers. Understandably, it is still a Microsoft world, so i wouldn’t expect you to just clean out your Windows operating system and install Linux. If you do that, trust me, you will definitely […]
Imagine switching on your laptop in the midst of your friends and UBUNTU boots up, it confers an immediate geekiness status on you. What can be more cool?! You can even use it to score a point or two with dem babes. Some fantasy ehn? The first time I tried my hands on Linux was […]