Removing an user from login list.

Filed Under (Geral, Ubuntu.com) by Laudeci Oliveira on 02-09-2011

If you want to restrict users from appearing on lightdm login list, proceed as shown below :

1 – Edit the file /etc/lightdm/users.conf with root privileges.

$ sudo vi /etc/lightdm/users.conf

2 – Add the user name that you don’t need to be shown in the line hidden-users=nobody nobody4 noaccess oracle

3 – Save. Next time you log in you will not see that user in the login list.

PS. Users having shell = /bin/false e /usr/sbin/nologin will not be listed by default.

Changing lightdm background.

Filed Under (Ubuntu.com) by Laudeci Oliveira on 01-09-2011

Original image from www.muktware.com.

To change the Lightdm background you just need to do the following steps:

1 – Edit the /etc/lightdm/unity-greeter.conf  (use sudo to get root privileges)

2 – Change the background=/usr/share/backgrounds/warty-final-ubuntu.png line putting the location of the new background image.

3 – Save your changes.

4 – Logout and login again.

5 – Be happy.

Result:

Original image from www.linuxnov.com

Nautilus Tree Panel.

Filed Under (Ubuntu.com) by Laudeci Oliveira on 18-08-2011

I am testing Ubuntu 11.10 and one thing that I didn’t like is the left panel showing Places instead of tree.

Now, if you are like me and want to navigate using a tree panel, run the following command in the terminal.

gsettings set org.gnome.nautilus.window-state side-pane-view "tree"

If you want to change it using a graphical application, install  dconf-tools, start dconf-editor and

navigate to org.gnome.nautilus.window-state,  change the value of side-pane-view to “tree”.

Now your Nautilus will look like this:

PS.: Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot still in Alpha3, not recommended to be used in a production environment.

 

Quicklist Editor for Unity Launcher

Filed Under (Pessoal, Python, Ubuntu.com) by Laudeci Oliveira on 05-05-2011

Creating a custom launcher for unity is simple. Quicklists provide a easy and efficient way to quickly access commonly used tasks for a specific application.

The steps to create a custom launcher is easy.

  1. Right-click on your desktop and click create a launcher.
  2. Edit the .desktop file using a text editor and using this you can create static quicklist for the Unity.

After read that on askubuntu.com and play around with some custom launchers, I started a project to make it even easier.

The Quicklist Editor for Unity Launcher.

It still in the early development phase, only a 2 days work in my spare time and when my first son (born 30 days ago) allows me to!

Ursinha and I are working on this,  and we expect to release the first beta by next Monday.

You can find the project page on Launchpad:
The project page is hosted on Launchpad.

Once upon the time

Filed Under (Geral, Pessoal, Ubuntu, Ubuntu.com) by Laudeci Oliveira on 21-02-2011

They are the same, aren’t they?

Contributing Back to Gnome?

Filed Under (Pessoal, Ubuntu.com) by Laudeci Oliveira on 26-05-2010

I was reading about the Ubuntu Control Center-UCC fever from a lot of blogs and twitter from people linked to the Ubuntu Community.

The author did a very good job. He made  glowing lights come out from people’s eyes staring at the application layout looking very Ubuntuish.

Oh, its beautiful, We need something like that on Ubuntu!!!!

Gnome has an application that does the same work as the shine new Ubuntu Control Center –based on Mandriva’s Control Center– does, take a look at the gnome-control-center.

Ubuntu Control Center

Gnome Control Center

Personally, I think that the right path is something like “Oh, good, can we work together with Gnome and improve gnome-control-center?”

That would make more sense to me than that wooows I’ve read last days.

Contribute to join, not to be apart!!!

Ubuntu Release Party 10.04 Pictures

Filed Under (Ubuntu.com) by Laudeci Oliveira on 20-05-2010

The event was a success, the result of a great partnership with Oficina Livre that has supported and contributed to Free Software in our State.

Pictures from the Maceió Party.

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Ubuntu Release Party 10.04 – Alagoas

Filed Under (Ubuntu.com) by Laudeci Oliveira on 10-05-2010

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On May 14  in Maceió and the 15th of the same month in Arapiraca we will be promoting event to launch the Ubuntu LTS 10.04.
This version is a Long Term Support, which means that we have three years of upgrades for desktops and five years for servers.

In Maceió, the event will be held in the auditorium of SENAI starting at 18:00 hours.
In Arapiraca in the event will be in the auditorium of FACOM starting at 13:00 hours.

During the event we will present the new version and features.
We will also have lectures on Concepts of Free Software, User Support, the Ubuntu Community, businness opportunities, etc..

Shutdown or Switch off?

Filed Under (Geral, Pessoal, Ubuntu, Ubuntu.com) by Laudeci Oliveira on 24-03-2010

I found that after the new lucid update.

and got

same thing???

Conky on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Beta 1

Filed Under (Geral, Pessoal, Python, Ubuntu.com) by Laudeci Oliveira on 22-03-2010

Well, as asked  in my last post, here comes the steps used to get that conky layout.

  1. Download the Another conky config 0.02 (newer than mine).
  2. Extract the file 121331-conkypatch.tar.gz.
  3. Edit the conky.conf file,
    1. change own_window_type override to own_window_type root (For some reason override will not draw on desktop in lucid).
    2. change ${image ~/.conkypatch/icons/logo.png -p 18,0 -s 45×45} to ${image /usr/share/icons/gnome/32×32/places/start-here.png -p 11,7}
    3. Add the following line to the end:
    4. ${font Martin Vogel’s Symbols:size=14}B${font}${voffset -1}Mail: ${alignr}${font DejaVu Sans:pixelsize=10:style=Bold}${execi 10 python ~/.conkyScripts/gmail_1.py n} ${color2}mail(s)

  4. Save the file as .conkyrc in your home folder.
  5. Download the wallpaper used here.
  6. Download the gmail script here and save it to the ~/.conkyScripts folder (Don’t forget to set your username and password in the script).
  7. You can download and install these fonts too.

My conky file can be downloaded here.

Thank you Adrian patchpl for this beautifull conky config and Enrico for the Purple sensation wallpaper.

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