Open a terminal window and type in: sudo apt-get install amarok After that you can find amaroK in the Gnome menu under Applications -> Sound & Video. cheers.
As a web application developer, it’s essential to upload files in server. When I was windows user, I used FileZilla FTP software. I’m Ubuntu user for long time and I found there is a version of Filezilla for Ubuntu. Here I give the command how to install FileZilla: Just run your terminal and write: sudo
Once upon a time, in my university life, I was searching a free tool for UML modelling. After searching, I found a nice tool. Some features of it: BOUML is a free UML 2 tool box (under development) allowing you to specify and generate code in C++, Java, Idl, Php and Python. BOUML runs under
I always prefer Ubuntu for linux users specially home users. Besides windows I used Mandrake Linux 7, 8, 9, 10 then Fedora 4,5 and Ubuntu 7 and currently 8. I found Ubuntu is faster, easier to install. In version 8.0, I found some difference. 1. There is no su command. Even the system when install
Today I’ve faced the real exam and passed 200-500 Zend Certification Exam for php 5 and become the Zend Certified Engineer. Here is the link of my certification proof: http://www.zend.com/store/education/certification/authenticate.php?ClientCandidateID=ZEND007769&RegistrationID=225231754 My programming experience is more than 5 years in different technologies and different languages. I like Java very much and develop many good applications using
Web Services is a generic umbrella that describes how disparate systems can integrate with each other over the web. Most major sites offer some form of web services: – Amazon – FedEx – eBay – PayPl – del.icio.us Why use Web Services? Someone else has data you need Easier than scraping pages also more reliable
Wow! Excellent! Nice! I’m very exciting to work in Ubuntu Linux version 7.10. Before this I used Fedora Core 8. My previous linux os system experience was Mandrake Linux 7, 8, 9 and 10 and later Mandriva linux. After then beside Windows XP I used Linux Fedora. But Now I realized everything I needed is