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Ubuntu Desktop Computing Made Easy (Trusty 14.04 LTS)


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#1 NickAu

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Posted 11 August 2014 - 11:22 PM

 

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Full credit and thanks for this tutorial go to Traker Jon @ http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2238497

 

 

Ubuntu Desktop Computing Made Easy (Trusty 14.04 LTS)

Kubuntu Desktop http://www.kubuntu.org/getkubuntu
Ubuntu Gnome Desktop http://ubuntugnome.org/download
Ubuntu Desktop http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop

Download your desired flavor of Ubuntu 14.04, burn the .iso file to a blank disk and then install it on your "Trusty" computer. Next, update the operating system by searching for Software & Updates and launching the application. Under the Other Software tab check the two boxes for Canonical partners and reload when prompted. Once the changes have been made launch the Software Updater and install all available updates. After rebooting, in Software & Updates under the Additional Drivers tab, enable the appropriate one(s) for your system (if desired).

Note: If you check the box to include 3rd party software during the installation this will give you most of the multimedia codecs you'll need (more are listed below). Some of the available drivers can produce undesired results when installing "Additional Drivers" (if in doubt ask or search on the forum). If you're installing Ubuntu within a virtual machine 3D Acceleration can cause application issues.


Gnome Users

Visit https://extensions.gnome.org click on the Installed extensions reference at the top of the page and turn on the desired options or search for a variety of others (a reboot may be required to enable options). When using Classic Gnome be aware that autoremove may cause issues when logging back into Gnome 3 (simply re-installing Gnome will recover lost extensions and other components).


Email Clients

Thunderbird and SpamAssassin are a good combination for a basic email client (Ubuntu Gnome includes Evolution by default)
sudo apt-get install thunderbird spamassassin xul-ext-calendar-timezones xul-ext-lightning

Note: This page will help you setup SpamAssassin http://www.scls.info/technology/emai...unkfilter.html


Tools and Utilities

Synaptic Package Manager
sudo apt-get install synaptic

Cups-PDF for printing to PDF files
sudo apt-get install cups-pdf

Manage Users and Groups
sudo apt-get install gnome-system-tools

Gufw the GUI interface for Uncomplicated Firewall
sudo apt-get install gufw

Transmageddon converts most multimedia formats
sudo apt-get install transmageddon

AceoneISO2 is a CD/DVD image manipulator (use with .iso files
sudo apt-get install acetoneiso

Adaptive Readahead Daemon for faster application startup times
sudo apt-get install preload

K3b is a full-featured CD/DVD/Blu-ray burning and ripping application
sudo apt-get install k3b

Htop, SysInfo and HardInfo for system information and benchmarking
sudo apt-get install htop sysinfo hardinfo

Shutter for screen captures (VirtualBox users disable 3D Acceleration or your captures could be all in black)
sudo apt-get install shutter

Avidemux cross-platform video editor from the GetDeb repository http://www.getdeb.net/updates/Ubuntu/14.04
sudo apt-get install avidemux2.6-qt

File Compression and Extraction
sudo apt-get install unace rar unrar p7zip-rar p7zip zip unzip sharutils uudeview mpack arj cabextract file-roller

Note: Use Archive Manager for manipulating these file types.


Antivirus

ClamAV
sudo apt-get install clamav clamtk

Operations available from a terminal session...

Update virus definitions: sudo freshclam
Scan files in your home directory: sudo clamscan
Scan files in an entire directory: sudo clamscan -r /<directory name>
Scan on the entire drive: sudo clamscan -r /

Update ClamTk http://clamtk.sourceforge.net

Note: If you're having problems getting virus definition updates edit (sudo gedit /etc/clamav/freshclam.conf) with a location near you http://www.clamav.net/mirrors.html (ex. add DatabaseMirror clamav.amerinoc.com after the last line). You can also manually download main.cvd, daily.cvd and bytecode.cvd files from http://www.clamav.net/lang/en/ and sudo mv *.cvd /var/lib/clamav to update.


Image Viewing, Graphics Manipulation and Illustration

Pinta is a lot like MS Paint
sudo apt-get install pinta

Shotwell
sudo apt-get install shotwell

Inkscape for illustrations
sudo apt-get install inkscape

Dark Table
sudo apt-get install darktable

PhotoFilmStrip
sudo apt-get install photofilmstrip

Gimp for photo editing and graphics manipulation
sudo apt-get install gimp gimp-data gimp-data-extras gimp-gap gimp-plugin-registry libtiff-tools gimp-help-en icc-profiles glew-utils gimp-help-common gmic gimp-gmic gmic-zart libtiff-opengl

Note: Gimp Scripts http://www.gimphelp.org/script28.shtml

Raw Therapee
sudo apt-get install rawtherapee libraw-bin ufraw ufraw-batch

Note: You can add gimp-ufraw for use with Gimp.


Telnet, FTP, SSH, SFTP

gFTP basic FTP client
sudo apt-get install gftp

FileZilla for FTP/SSH/SFTP
sudo apt-get install filezilla

PuTTY telnet and SSH
sudo apt-get install putty


P2P Networking

Azureus
sudo apt-get install azureus

Gnutella
sudo apt-get install gtk-gnutella

Frostwire from the GetDeb repository http://www.getdeb.net/updates/Ubuntu/14.04
sudo apt-get install frostwire


Multimedia Players

Promoe
sudo apt-get install promoe

Kaffeine KDE Media Player
sudo apt-get install kaffeine

SMPlayer (excellent replacement for mplayer-gui) http://smplayer.sourceforge.net/first-steps.php
sudo apt-get install smplayer

Note: SMplayer works well in Firefox as a Windows video file alternative to totem-mozilla.

Audacious for streaming audio
sudo apt-get install audacious

Note: Audacious works well in Firefox as a Windows audio file alternative to totem-mozilla.

Gnome MPlayer
sudo apt-get install gnome-mplayer

VLC plays a wide variety of multimedia files
sudo apt-get install vlc

Amarok is a powerful music player with an intuitive interface
sudo apt-get install amarok


Popular Multimedia Codecs and Tools

sudo apt-get install gstreamer0.10-fluendo-mp3 gstreamer0.10-gnonlin gstreamer0.10-plugins-bad-multiverse gstreamer0.10-plugins-bad gstreamer0.10-plugins-ugly totem-plugins-extra gstreamer-tools libxine1-ffmpeg gxine mencoder mpeg2dec vorbis-tools id3v2 mpg321 mpg123 libflac++6 totem-mozilla icedax tagtool easytag id3tool lame nautilus-script-audio-convert libmad0 libjpeg-progs flac faac faad sox ffmpeg2theora libmpeg2-4 uudeview flac libmpeg3-1 mpeg3-utils mpegdemux liba52-0.7.4-dev libquicktime2

Installing libdvdcss for playing DVD's https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Re...ts/PlayingDVDs
sudo apt-get install libdvdread4
sudo /usr/share/doc/libdvdread4/install-css.sh

Note: You may need to reboot.


Reference

GnomeFiles http://gnomefiles.org
KDE-Look.org http://kde-look.org
KDE-Apps.org http://kde-apps.org
NoobsLab http://www.noobslab.com
Gnome-Look.org http://gnome-look.org
Deb-Multimedia www.deb-multimedia.org
OMG! Ubuntu http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk
Linux Compatible http://www.linuxcompatible.org
Samba https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Samba
Trusty Wiki http://ubuntuguide.org/wiki/Ubuntu_Trusty
Wordnet http://wordnetweb.princeton.edu/perl/webwn
Ubuntu Manpage Repository http://manpages.ubuntu.com
GetDeb.net V2 http://www.getdeb.net/updates/Ubuntu/14.04
Ubuntu PPA Search https://edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+ppas
Linux Command Directory http://www.oreillynet.com/linux/cmd
Chmod Calculator http://www.javascriptkit.com/script/...chmodcal.shtml
UbuntuGNOME https://wiki.ubuntu.com/TrustyTahr/R...es/UbuntuGNOME
Linux Commands - Practical Reference http://www.pixelbeat.org/cmdline.html
Bash Reference Manual http://www.gnu.org/software/bash/manual/bashref.html
Ultimate guide to Linux http://www.dedoimedo.com/computers/u...ows-users.html
Gnome / KDE Keyboard Shortcuts http://www.novell.com/coolsolutions/tip/2289.html



HP Linux Imaging and Printing http://hplipopensource.com/hplip-web...ard/index.html

TeamViewer is one of the best remote support tools available (I recommend the 32/64bit Multiarch version) http://www.teamviewer.com


Adding a Personal Package Archive (PPA) to your Ubuntu repositories

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:<ppa name>
sudo apt-get update

You're now ready to install software from the PPA using sudo apt-get install <ppa name> or sudo apt-get upgrade.

Note: This is not an endorsement of any PPAs. Make sure you trust the PPA owner before installing their software.

Ubuntu Tweak is a powerful tool (use with caution)
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:tualatrix/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install ubuntu-tweak

Note: I only use Ubuntu Tweak to remove old install files with the janitor cleanup function.

Audacity is an Awesome Multi-track Audio Editor
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:audacity-team/daily
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install audacity lame libmp3lame0

FFMpeg is a cross-platform solution to record, convert and stream audio and video.
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:jon-severinsson/ffmpeg
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install ffmpeg

Blender for 3D Modeling and Rendering
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:irie/blender
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install blender

OpenShot video editing
sudo add-apt-repository ppa: openshot.developers/ppa (remove the space after the colon)
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install openshot frei0r-plugins

GNU Emacs text editor
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:cassou/emacs
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install emacs24 emacs24-el emacs24-common-non-dfsg

Oracle Java 7
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/java
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install oracle-java7-installer

Note: OpenJDK and the IceTea plugin may conflict with this installation, consider using one or the other.

LibreOffice
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:libreoffice/libreoffice-4-2
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get -y dist-upgrade
sudo apt-get install libreoffice libreoffice-java-common libreoffice-math libreoffice-gnome libreoffice-java-common libreoffice-pdfimport

ttf-mscorefonts-installer for popular fonts to be used with LibraOffice Writer (included with another well known editor)
sudo apt-get install ttf-mscorefonts-installer

Note: Be sure to accept the eula agreement (this often shows up behind the active window when installing from the Ubuntu Software Center).

Setting Default Page Margins in LibreOffice Writer

Launch LibreOffice Writer and select Page from the Format menu. Click on the Page tab and adjust the margins as desired (another well known editor uses 1" as the standard), click Apply then OK. From the File Menu select Save As Template, click on My Templates followed by the Save button. Name the template (I use Default) and click OK. If the template doesn't display in My Templates select Refresh from the menu that looks like a gear at the right. Now double-click on My Templates, highlight the template you created and click the "Set as default" button at the top (the gear menu at the right will let you reset this if needed).


Microsoft Office Official Web Apps (a necessary evil for some folks)
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0ByQn...it?usp=sharing


Ubuntu Wallpaper
sudo apt-get install ubuntu-wallpapers-trusty ubuntu-wallpapers-saucy ubuntu-wallpapers-raring ubuntu-wallpapers-quantal ubuntu-wallpapers-precise ubuntu-wallpapers-oneiric ubuntu-wallpapers-natty ubuntu-wallpapers-maverick ubuntu-wallpapers-lucid ubuntu-wallpapers-karmic gutsy-wallpapers feisty-wallpapers edgy-wallpapers


Screensavers (they used to include these)
sudo apt-get remove gnome-screensaver
sudo apt-get install xscreensaver xscreensaver-gl-extra xscreensaver-data-extra
Now go to Startup Applications and add the following:
Name: xscreensaver
Command: xscreensaver –nosplash


Chat Clients

XChat is an IRC chat program that allows for multiple IRC channels (chat rooms) at the same time
sudo apt-get install xchat

Kopete is an instant messenger client supporting AIM, ICQ, Live Messenger, Yahoo, Jabber, and more
sudo apt-get install kopete

Pidgin is an easy to use and free chat client to connect to AIM, MSN, Yahoo, and more chat networks all at once
sudo apt-get install pidgin


Productivity Applications

Dia is similar to Microsoft® Visio
sudo apt-get install dia

Scribus is a desktop publishing application
sudo apt-get install scribus

Gnome Planner for Gantt charts and project plans
sudo apt-get install planner

OpenProj is a desktop replacement of Microsoft Project http://sourceforge.net/projects/openproj/files/

GanttProject is a tool for creating a project schedule with Gantt and resource load charts http://ganttproject.biz/download


Development Applications

Meld is a visual diff and merge tool
sudo apt-get install meld

Alternative shells for Linux...
C, K, T, Z & Fish shells
sudo apt-get install csh ksh tcsh zsh fish

GEdit
sudo apt-get install gedit gedit-plugins gedit-developer-plugins

Note: GEdit Wiki https://wiki.gnome.org/Apps/Gedit

OpenJDK
sudo apt-get install openjdk-7-jdk openjdk-7-jre icedtea-7-plugin

jEdit is a java based full featured editor (make sure you have Sun JRE installed)
sudo apt-get install jedit

BlueGriffon WYSIWYG Editor from the GetDeb repository http://www.getdeb.net/updates/Ubuntu/14.04
sudo apt-get install bluegriffon

Essentials for Compiling from Source
sudo apt-get install build-essential checkinstall cdbs devscripts dh-make fakeroot libxml-parser-perl check

Geany is a fast and lightweight IDE (Integrated Development Environment) for programming in various languages
sudo apt-get install geany

Vim, Gvim, and Cream may come in handy for file editing
sudo apt-get install vim-gnome vim-doc vim-scripts vim-gui-common vim-runtime cscope tclreadline cream

Bluefish is an editor for experienced web designers and programmers supporting many programming and markup languages
sudo apt-get install bluefish


Known Issues

Disable Apport at Boot to turn off error reporting
sudo gedit /etc/default/apport
Change enabled=1 to enabled=0 save the file and close.


If Firefox windows open off screen or are too large to use, you may need to reset Firefox's controls and toolbars.

1. Close down Firefox completely: On the Firefox window, click the File menu then select Exit.
2. From a terminal window type: firefox -safe-mode
3. Firefox should start up with a Firefox Safe Mode dialog with options.
4. Check mark Reset toolbars and controls.
5. Click Make Changes and Restart to restart Firefox


Add Missing Privacy Settings in Ubuntu Gnome Desktop
sudo apt-get install activity-log-manager-control-center

Note: Activity Log Manager will show up under Accessories or by doing a search for the application.


All Startup Applications are not visible
cd /etc/xdg/autostart
sudo sed --in-place 's/NoDisplay=true/NoDisplay=false/g' *.desktop

Reverse changes...
sudo sed --in-place 's/NoDisplay=false/NoDisplay=true/g' *.desktop


Useful Commands

Searching for Packages: sudo apt-cache search some_string
Show Package Info: sudo apt-cache showpkg xxx
Show Package Dependencies: sudo apt-cache depends xxx
Install: sudo apt-get install xxx
Re-Install: sudo apt-get --reinstall install xxx
Remove: sudo apt-get remove xxx
Remove All (configs too): sudo apt-get remove --purge xxx
Upgrade: sudo apt-get -u upgrade
Show Upgrades: sudo apt-show-versions -u
Show All Installed Packages: dpkg --list
Find Package by File Name: sudo apt-file search /bin/ping
Find filenames in a Package: sudo apt-file list xxx
Updating the apt-file Cache: sudo apt-file update
Info on Installed Package: aptitude show xxx
System Hardware Info: sudo lshw > hardware.txt
Clear bash history cat /dev/null > ~/.bash_history && history -c && exit

Clean up your system and free up space with sudo apt-get clean and sudo apt-get autoremove

If you're curious (like me) or have the need to know uname -a && cat /etc/*release in a terminal window will tell you the kernel version and release date, the distro id/release/codename/description.

More to come...

Friends,

I'm more than willing to include your favorite applications (this is your post as much as mine). I do ask that you keep the description brief and on a general level with the degree of difficulty at a minimum (for new users) when making recommendations. I started posting "Ubuntu Desktop Computing Made Easy" a while back (mainly out of frustration) while trying to get my computer to perform as expected without hours of setup, search and configuration. The primary goal of this post is to make it "easy" for anyone to setup an Ubuntu Desktop Computer with everything they need or want within a short period of time ensuring the overall experience is an enjoyable one.

Note: This post can be found on Google by searching for Ubuntu Desktop Computing Made Easy. If you would like to link to this post or publish it elsewhere please give credit where credit is due.

Kind regards,

TrakerJon

Full credit and thanks for this tutorial go to Traker Jon @ http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2238497


Edited by NickAu1, 11 August 2014 - 11:23 PM.

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Posted 02 September 2014 - 10:33 PM

After Installing your Buntu Based OS, Just copy and paste the text bellow into terminal and hit enter, You will be asked for your root password, During the set up you will be asked if you wish to continue a few times hit yes, When done the last command will reboot your pc. This should give the new user a nice usable OS with most of the software they need.

 

Everything in this post has been tested on my PC.

sudo ufw enable && sudo apt-get install synaptic && sudo apt-get install gnome-system-tools && sudo apt-get install gufw && sudo apt-get install transmageddon && sudo apt-get install acetoneiso && sudo apt-get install k3b && sudo apt-get install htop sysinfo hardinfo && sudo apt-get install shutter && sudo apt-get install inkscape && sudo apt-get install photofilmstrip && sudo apt-get install smplayer && sudo apt-get install vlc && sudo apt-get install libdvdread4 && sudo /usr/share/doc/libdvdread4/install-css.sh && sudo add-apt-repository ppa:tualatrix/ppa && sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install ubuntu-tweak && sudo apt-get install ttf-mscorefonts-installer && sudo apt-get install pinta && sudo apt-get install shotwell && sudo apt-get install darktable && sudo apt-get install photofilmstrip && sudo apt-get install gimp gimp-data gimp-data-extras gimp-gap gimp-plugin-registry libtiff-tools gimp-help-en icc-profiles glew-utils gimp-help-common gmic gimp-gmic gmic-zart libtiff-opengl && sudo apt-get install rawtherapee libraw-bin ufraw ufraw-batch && sudo apt-get install audacious && sudo apt-get install ubuntu-restricted-extras && sudo apt-get install macchanger && sudo apt-get install aircrack-ng && sudo reboot

If you must have microsoft Office you will need wine.3 Ways to Install Wine on Ubuntu - wikiHow
Then read this post on how to install Microsoft office 2010. Please note you will need a Microsoft office disk and a Genuine Microsoft Office Key.How To Install Microsoft Office 2010 In Ubuntu With Wine


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Posted 03 September 2014 - 12:04 AM

Can't get the Team Viewer to authenticate (two-step process). Have the email, but the link inst's working. 

 

Do I need to disable ufw Firewall to do this (just to activate or while in use?). 

 

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Edited by cat1092, 03 September 2014 - 12:04 AM.

Performing full disc images weekly and keeping important data off of the 'C' drive as generated can be the best defence against Malware/Ransomware attacks, as well as a wide range of other issues. 


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Posted 03 September 2014 - 04:32 AM

Try this.

 

http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1947907

 

Why not  ssh?


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Posted 03 September 2014 - 08:42 PM

Will the ssh options connect to Windows computers? I'm asking because I have two people (locals) who needs lots of help. Not in the shape to get out & assist all the time (really, I''m not supposed to be driving, there's times I can't see straight, medications). Remote assistance would be a great option for me & them, as both are elderly & are no more able to get out than I. 

 

Only thing, things has to be easy on their end. Neither has the first clue about the Linux world. Other than me talking about it, I don't think one has heard of it, while the other has, but only in the sense it was once Unix, her husband that died 21 years back was a fanatic about the OS & worked for the corporation that created it (AT&T). Back then, there was no GUI, but I recall him declaring it would one day rule the world. Well, in servers it does, but has a long way to go to fulfill those words. 

 

Anyway, they both are elderly & it has to be an easy walkthrough. If I went over & showed either, they'd forget by tomorrow. I need to walk them through most every time over the phone & a lot of Terminal code won't cut it. 

 

That's why I thought Team Viewer may be good. 

 

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Posted 23 November 2015 - 11:26 PM

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Posted 24 November 2015 - 03:39 AM

Well, at least that long Terminal code above gave me some extra packages, many of them. :thumbup2:

 

 

 

sudo ufw enable && sudo apt-get install synaptic && sudo apt-get install gnome-system-tools && sudo apt-get install gufw && sudo apt-get install transmageddon && sudo apt-get install acetoneiso && sudo apt-get install k3b && sudo apt-get install htop sysinfo hardinfo && sudo apt-get install shutter && sudo apt-get install inkscape && sudo apt-get install photofilmstrip && sudo apt-get install smplayer && sudo apt-get install vlc && sudo apt-get install libdvdread4 && sudo /usr/share/doc/libdvdread4/install-css.sh && sudo add-apt-repository ppa:tualatrix/ppa && sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install ubuntu-tweak && sudo apt-get install ttf-mscorefonts-installer && sudo apt-get install pinta && sudo apt-get install shotwell && sudo apt-get install darktable && sudo apt-get install photofilmstrip && sudo apt-get install gimp gimp-data gimp-data-extras gimp-gap gimp-plugin-registry libtiff-tools gimp-help-en icc-profiles glew-utils gimp-help-common gmic gimp-gmic gmic-zart libtiff-opengl && sudo apt-get install rawtherapee libraw-bin ufraw ufraw-batch && sudo apt-get install audacious && sudo apt-get install ubuntu-restricted-extras && sudo apt-get install macchanger && sudo apt-get install aircrack-ng && sudo reboot 

 

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Posted 24 November 2015 - 01:52 PM

Awesome Nick, that guy has got a good head on his shoulders helping many noobs to linux!  That is the kind of information I can get on board with.

 

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