This website is about Knoppix, a Free and Open Source Live Linux CD. Knoppix is a GNU/Linux distribution that boots and runs completely from CD or DVD and can be used. In questo una piccola selezione di alcune distribuzioni Linux disponibili anche in italiano. Vi ricordo che Linux History and development process. Ubuntu is built on Debian's architecture and infrastructure, to provide Linux server, desktop, phone, tablet and TV operating systems. OS Type: Linux; Based on: Debian, Ubuntu (LTS) Origin: Ireland; Architecture: i386, x86
If you really need to use Oracle (ex Sun) Java instead of OpenJDK in Ubuntu, here's an easy way to do it: a PPA repository to install and keep your computer up to.
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Setting Up ADB/USB Drivers for Android Devices in Linux (Ubuntu) – Esau Silva. If you are like me and like developing in Linux, then you will find this guide useful. When I was setting up everything for my Android development, I ran into the problem that Linux was not recognizing my Android phone, and took me some time figuring out how to make Linux recognize my phone. Finally, after some research I was able to put this little guide together and decided to share it with the rest of the world. ADB (Android Debug Bridge) is a handy tool that comes with Android SDK that allows you to control and interface with your Android device. Update: 0. 7/2. 9/1. In step 4, Android 4.
Developer Options hidden. Added steps to make it visible. Update: 0. 5/2. 7/1.
Updated platform- tools (ADB) to latest version (Revision 1. Update: 0. 2/0. 4/1. HTC changed its Vendor ID, older phones have different ID than newer phones. Refer to USB Vendor IDs table at the bottom of this tutorial to see the change.
Update: 0. 1/0. 2/1. By mistake I had linked the ADB tool for OSX in step 3. Now it should be the correct one for Linux. IMPORTANT Update 1. There has been a change to the new Android SDK.
ADB Tool has been moved to /android- sdk- linux. If this is your first time doing this, then disregard the update and continue with the tutorial. Update: 0. 9/2. 1/1. Working code with Ubuntu Lucid Lynx and added more USB vendor IDs. Download the latest Android SDK from Google: Android SDKExtract the TGZ file to your home/YOUR- USERNAME directory. To get ADB, you need to install the SDK: Installing the SDKIf you are not a developer and not planning to develop, then just download the following zip file containing only the ADB tool and proceed with the tutorial: ADBOn your phone, click Settings > Applications > Development and make sure USB Debugging is on.
In Android 4. 2. x and up Developer Options is hidden, to make it visible, do the following. Interesting Brain Teaser Games. Tap seven times in Build Number: Settings > About Phone > Build Number. You will get a message saying you have enabled Developer Options or something like that, go back to Settings and you will see Developer Options in there.
Login as root and create this file: /etc/udev/rules. NOTE: In the above file replace ## with the number 5. Gusty/Hardy/Dapper (5. Karmic Koala/Lucid Lynx/Maverick Meerkat(7. Or simply type in terminal sudo gedit /etc/udev/rules.
The file should read. For Gusty/Hardy: SUBSYSTEM==”usb”, SYSFS. If your phone is from a different manufacturer, replace the code with the appropriate from the table below.
NOTE: If you copy one of the lines mentioned above, make sure you replace the quotation marks with the ones in your keyboard, as these have different display code and it might give you a “no permissions” error. Execute: sudo chmod a+rx /etc/udev/rules. Reboot. To run ADB you need to add an environment variable to your bashrc file. Open a terminal window and type: sudo gedit .
Add the following line at the end: export PATH=$. Should look something like this: List of devices attached. HT9. 9PHF0. 25. 21 device.
If for some reasons when running adb devices gives you a “no permissions” error, try typing the following in terminal. USB Vendor IDs. Manufacturer. USB Vendor IDAcer. Dell. 41. 3c. Foxconn.
Garmin- Asus. 09. EHTC (Older Phones)0bb.
HTC (Newer phones)1. Huawei. 12d. 1Kyocera. LG1. 00. 4Motorola. Nexus One/S1. 8d. Nvidia. 09. 55. Pantech.
A9. Samsung. 04e. Sharp. 04dd. Sony Ericsson. ZTE1. 9D2– Lists which devices are currently attached to your computer. Drops you into a basic linux command shell on your phone with no parameters, or lets you run commands directly. Lets you install an Android application on your phone.
Remounts your system in write mode.
Top Things To Do After Installing Ubuntu 1. Ubuntu 1. 5. 0. 4 final beta is already out couple of weeks before. The final version of Ubuntu 1. April 2. 3, 2. 01. Check the release notes for more details. This comprehensive tutorial describes how can we enhance Ubuntu 1.
Ubuntu 1. 4. 1. 0/1. Also, this article will show you some interesting insights and ideas about what you can and should do after a successful installation of Ubuntu latest desktop version. If you already use previous release of Ubuntu, and want to upgrade to the current latest version, then please refer the below link. Preparing your Ubuntu desktop.
Update System. The first and foremost thing to do is update/upgrade software repositories and make sure your systems contains latest versions of all software. To do that, run: sudo apt- get update & & sudo apt- get upgrade. Install Antivirus. Sounds crazy. But, you must know, Linux is not completely virus- free distribution.
Your system might got affected sometimes by viruses. To install and configure Antivirus, refer the following link. If sound is not working, check our previous post to resolve the issue.
Configure And Tweak Ubuntu. Disable Unity Dash Online Search feature. Whenever you type in Unity Dash to search for an application or a file in your computer, your search terms will be automatically sent to third parties such as Amazon, and the third parties will display the relevant results, mostly ads, depending upon your search terms. If you don’t like this feature, and feel this is really annoying, you can disable it. To disable the Unity online search feature, refer the following link. Enable Workspaces.
Starting from Ubuntu 1. So, you can’t switch to other workspaces by using the key combinations: CTRL+ALT+.
Refer the following link to neable Work spaces in Ubuntu. Ubuntu Tweak. Ubuntu Tweak is a must have application for Ubuntu and it’s derivatives. It is an application to configure Ubuntu easier for everyone. It provides many useful desktop and system options that the default desktop environment doesn’t provide.
Using Ubuntu Tweak you can install all needed applications with a simple click, you can change the window buttons from Left to right. Ubuntu After Install is a tool that can be used to install some of the best and essential software after installing the Ubuntu desktop. It has a bunch of useful applications, and will automate the installation process on a newly installed machine to get near perfect desktop. I would not say a complete desktop for all users, but a near perfect desktop.
This tool saves your time and effort, and installs all latest versions of softwares by automatically adding the respective PPA’s to keep the installed softwares up to date on your Ubuntu system. For more details about installation and usage of Ubuntu After Install, check the following link. Post. Installer. FPost.
Installer. F is a small, lightweight, useful tool that can be used to install 1. Games, audio/video codecs, and third- party repositories which are not included by default in Fedora, Ubuntu and Manjaro. The above tools are just enough to configure a perfect Ubuntu desktop for daily usage. These tools comes with bundle of several essential and daily usage applications. So, you can omit almost 7. If you want to install all softwares step by step, follow the below steps.
Cinnamon. Cinnamon is a GNOME 3 fork that allow you to have a panel at the bottom with a classic Menu, this is useful for people that want to use Ubuntu with a classic Bottom Menu. Cinnamon latest version for Ubuntu 1. PPA, however we can install it using nightly builds which is not recommended for the production system. If you want to install the most recent version of cinnamon, then follow the steps below.
Logout from the current session and select Cinnamon as your desktop session at the user login prompt. Now you’ll able to get the Cinnamon Desktop Environment. Gnome. To install GNOME 3 in Ubuntu 1. During installation, the installer will ask you to select the login manager of your choice (Light. DM is the default Unity manager and GDM is the GNOME default — Both will work).
LXQt. LXQt is the Qt port and the upcoming version of LXDE, the Lightweight Desktop Environment. It is the product of the merge between the LXDE- Qt and the Razor- qt projects: A lightweight, modular, blazing- fast and user- friendly desktop environment. MATE Desktop. The MATE Desktop Environment is the continuation of GNOME 2.