Installing fonts in Ubuntu 7.10 (Gutsy Gibbon) can be done in a number of ways. Personally I like the following method, it’s quick,simple and it works. Installing some common fonts.There are a number of very common fonts, which you can install through APT/Synaptic, including the Microsoft TrueType core fonts (e.g. Arial Black, Times New Roman).Before
I find looking at a white background and black text a little daunting in Gedit, however in Ubuntu 7.10 (Gutsy Gibbon), you can easily change colour schemes and save your eyes. To change schemes:In Gedit Go to Edit –> Preferences.In the Preferences dialogue click on the Font & Colours Tab.Then choose a scheme to suit
There are many different looks you can give to your boot screen by adding more themes to usplash, the program which displays the splash image at boot time. You can install a number of them using Synaptic by doing a search for usplash. You can also download different themes online (see below). Installing StartUp-ManagerBefore playing
Elpicx is a dual boot live DVD with ubuntu 8.04 and Fedora 9 KDE . It includes a collection of reference cards, test simulators, study notes and exercises for the Linux Professional Institute certification exam. It best for students preparing any certification in Linux. Originally it is a germen distribution but English version also available.