I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but just typing 5+5 in the search box on Google.com shows you a scientific calculator that you can use freely online.
If you haven’t tried it, just go online at Google.com and try it. If you already know about it, then just ignore this post.
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This brief tutorial shows you how to add additional web browser like Google Chrome, Opera and Chromium in Ubuntu 12.04. As you may already know, Ubuntu comes with Firefox installed by default, however, you can still install other browsers if you wish to do so. Browsers like Google Chrome, Opera and Chromium have some features and other enchantments that Firefox doesn’t and installing these browsers will give you access to them. And without wasting your precious time, let’s move on.
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Here we go again. Firefox 11.0 is out already and this tutorial will show you how to install it in Ubuntu 11.10 (Oneiric Ocelot) if you haven’t already done so.
You may not need to do this at this time, as Firefox will eventually get updated to version 11 in Ubuntu. However, version 11 isn’t available in Ubuntu just yet, and if you can’t wait to get updated, continue below to learn how to upgrade.
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Few days ago we showed you how to map your cloud services like SkyDrive, Google Doc, Box, Amazon S3, Dropbox, Picasa, etc. in Ubuntu using OTIXO Cloud Service. What’s missing in our previous tutorials is how to mount these cloud services automatically when you login to Ubuntu.
Mapping these services automatically will allow you access to them everytime you login to Ubuntu. This can be a great way to automatically backup your important data online securely.
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This brief tutorial shows you how to map your cloud services like SkyDrive, Google Docs, Box, Dropbox, Picasa, MobileMe, Amazon S3, FTP and many others in Ubuntu 11.10 (Oneiric Ocelot) with OTIXO.
Now, this may also work in other versions of Ubuntu as OTIXO uses WebDAV to mount these services. When these cloud services are mounted in Ubuntu, they will appear as if they are locally attached mount points that you can interact with. This allows you to create, modify and delete folders stored in the cloud from your desktop.
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