I’m a web developer. I used Ubuntu for 2 years, I worked on it for my projects.
I liked it because it is fast, open source, free, secure, doesn’t hang and doesn’t require drivers.
After that Ubuntu released a new version with buttons on left. I’m against that, but I managed by adjusting them to right.
After that Ubuntu switched from Gnome 2 to Unity desktop. I’m against that too. I tried to fix my desktop by installing gnome 3, tried Linux mint and trying most Linux versions.
I don’t know where all the Linux distro people going.
Gnome 3 disaster
Ubuntu to Unity is disaster
Linux Mint(Not sure to go to MATE or Cinnamon)
I faced many problems for permission for install LAMP. Its takes almost 1 day to install all the software from internet and move my files etc. This happened with every distro I used. I tried many and fed up with Linux.
So, I bought windows 7 from online. I installed it. It worked great. I searched 3rd party software and they are better than Linux software.
Now using windows 8, No problem for me. All software work with ease.
Ubuntu, windows Tags:
For valuable work on creation of sites you need a good comfortable editor necessarily. There are many requiring paid products for this purpose, but we would like to select free of charge very
functional and at the same time of simple in the use editor – Codelobster PHP Edition .
IDE, windows, windows 7 Tags:
cake php, codeigniter, drupal, easy install, ftp, IDE, joomla, jquery, php, php ide, smarty, symfony, wordpress, yii
Previously We used to edit themes in Ubuntu to look like windows and Mac OS.
I found two LinuxOS’s which look very close to Windows 7 and Mac OS.
Windows 7 Look:-
Zorin OS which looked like windows 7 exactly. I tried this in my Personal system and liked its interface. Its based on Ubuntu 11.04 and shares the same software center. Unfortunately, Zorin community is forcing users to donate for Ultimate edition. First I never taught of buying it, But now I want to buy a copy after using it. I found some problems in panel with disappearing icons quite frequently.
linux, Ubuntu Tags:
linux, mac, mac os, pear, pear os, ubuntu, Windows, windows 7, zorin, zorin os
This is my personal review of Ubuntu 11.10.
I downloaded it yesterday. I was very eager to install it on my system from the day it was released. At last I installed it and I was shocked with the interface.
Do you want to run “index.html”, or display its contents?
“index.html” is an executable text file.
This is what we often see for php, css and html files in Ubuntu Linux.
When I’m coding I get this a lot. Below is the image of this message.
css, executable, execute, html, linux, permissions, php, properties, ubuntu, var, www
Below is a table to create wordpress theme/template. I arranged it in a tabular form for better understanding.
|Include search form
I will continue this table. I just started this.
Actually its not a problem, its with new version.
The custom fields and discussion are hidden, they can be viewed by opening Screen Options on right-top corner of the window.
I want to explain file upload using PHP. In this tutorial I am using method post to submit a file to the server. To upload a file to the server by using PHP you need a HTMl file. Below is the HTML file needed to upload file to the server.
While I’m using Google Chrome in Ubuntu, I get this error frequently.
Some use terminal way to solve this problem, but today I’m going to teach it in gui way.
Its very simple to get you history, browsing data, etc.
Installing LAMP with Synaptic Package Manager is the easiest method. In my previous post I taught how to install LAMP with command prompt, but its difficult. Now I will guide you to install LAMP in Ubuntu 10.04 with Synaptic Package Manager.
First open System → Administration → Synaptic Package Manager
PHP linux installation Tags:
10.04, 10.10, apache, install, lamp, localhost, mysql, php, phpmyadmin, Synaptic Package Manager, ubuntu