The idea behind this video is to show Ubuntu equivalents for my most used Android apps. Ubuntu apps shown: Google+ YouTube Gmail/Photos/Calendar/Drive HERE / OSMtouch Camera Udropcabin File Manager CuteSpotify Honourable Mentions: OSMtouch Telegram EDIT: The small font bug in OSMscout (on the MX4) is now fixed. Yay!
Some Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Debian and Arch Linux (and probably other Linux distributions) users are experiencing problems with Dropbox. It seems that some recent Python update breaks Dropbox (it doesn’t affect new installations though), resulting in the following error:Starting Dropbox…Traceback (most recent call last):File “dropbox/client/main.py”, line 13, in File “autogen_explicit_imports.py”, line 13, in File “ui/common/selective_sync.py”, […]
Dropbox Uploader is a bash script that allows you to perform various actions on your Dropbox (upload, download, delete, share, etc.) without installing the Dropbox client. This is useful for servers, automatic backups or accessing Dropbox from ARM devices, like Raspberry Pi.The script was updated recently, getting a copy function, a “-s” option to skip […]
Dropbox Uploader is a bash script you can use to access your Dropbox files from the command line, without having to install the Dropbox client. The script can upload, download, delete, share or list the files available in your Dropbox account.The script is useful in many situations, including: automatic backups, access Dropbox from an ARM […]
Install Nitro Task Manager in Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal/Ubuntu 12.04/Ubuntu 11.10/Linux Mint 14/13/12 Nitro is the best way to get things done. It’s simple, fast and powerful at the same time. Nitro can sync with Ubuntu One or Dropbox. Due to the power of Nitro, you can access your tasks from any computer and you’ll never […]
The Ubuntu deb package available for download via the official Dropbox website requires Nautilus. But if you’re using Xubuntu (Xfce), you’ll probably want to use Dropbox with Thunar, the default file manager, instead of Nautilus.So here’s how to install Dropbox in Xubuntu/Xfce without Nautilus and get some basic Thunar integration (you won’t get file emblems, […]