Virtualbox is a program that allows you to install virtual operating systems inside a host system. In this tutorial I am going to show you how to install Virtualbox on Ubuntu 13.04 so that you can begin to test new operating systems inside Ubuntu without making permanent changes to your hard drive. In this tutorial we will be installing Virtualbox directly from the Virtualbox website rather than the Ubuntu repositories. The reason for this is the official version on the Virtualbox website included additional features like usb support.
The Ubuntu Software Center is Ubuntu’s graphical tool that help you to download more programs and apps for your new Ubuntu operating system. From the Ubuntu Software Center you can browse for software by category and simply click install for a worry free installation of new software. It has never been this easy to find the software you are looking for and to install it. Continue reading this guide to learn how to use the Ubuntu Software Center.
This how to guide will show you how to add and delete user accounts on Ubuntu 13.04.
The first step is to go to the dashboard and type “user” into the search bar. Once you have done that click on “user accounts” as shown below.
Fedora has been around since 2003 and has been a very popular Linux operating system. Fedora is owned and sponsored by Red Hat. The purpose of Fedora is to always have the latest and greatest technologies integrated into the operating system. Because of this Fedora is not well known for being the most stable operating system but none the less a great operating system. This guide will show you how to install Fedora 18 with the GNOME desktop environment as a dual-boot with Windows.
OpenSUSE has been around since 2006 and have been very successful in releasing a stable Linux operating system. OpenSUSE is based on SUSE which is an enterprise level Linux. OpenSUSE can be installed as a server operating system or for just simple personal use. OpenSUSE is owned by Novell and follows a release schedule of every six months. This guide will be showing you how to install OpenSUSE 12.3 with the GNOME desktop environment as a dual-boot with Windows.