My Mom got the Kobo eReader (Wireless) device two years ago for Christmas, and while she really enjoyed it, there were just too many books on it to find the recent ones that she purchased. I was recently given the device to try to find a way to remove the old books and if possible, add (import) new ones
I use Ubuntu 10.04, and recently I’ve had some computer problems. It took me a while to find where Google Chrome installs in Linux. Chrome doesn’t install to the Users Home folder like other programs, rather it installs to “~/.config/google-chrome”.
I use Thunderbird for all of my email. Its easy to backup and move to another computer, and I love the anti-spam option. In the past I’ve been able to backup and move Thunderbird from Linux to Linux and also Windows to Linux. I used these steps to get up and running quickly.
Open Any Folder from Your GNOME Desktop
Today we have a quick tip for productivity in your GNOME desktop. This is not a well-known technique, but it is very fast and a quick way to open any folder.While on your desktop either with no windows open or with the desktop focused type / forward slash. Now type in a folder path and hit Enter.The directory will be opened in a new Nautilus window. On top of that, it will also autocomplete most paths.