April 30, 2010 · General · Email This Post

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B-ubuntu is a simple to use script used to install the programs and basic repository on a computer which has been newly installed ubuntu. Is a project that takes 1 year of development and is part of the project apticons, trying to help facilitate the transition from Windows to Ubuntu users.

This script seems to be very simple to install so you can try and post your comments if you have any problem.

Download B-ubuntu latest version from here

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3 Comments to “Simple script to install programs on ubuntu 10.04 (lucid)/9.10 (Karmic)”

  1. SilverWave says:

    Basic rule that helped my transition from windows to Linux.

    Beware of geeks bearing gifts…

    That is your whole security is premised on the repository system and your trust of the ppl who run it…

    Don’t compromise this by installing scripts and packages from all over the place.

    New users should be very careful with scripts… if you cant understand what it does don’t use it.

    Medibuntu you need but that’s about it.

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  2. Steve says:

    Thanks for the script. Will try to use and if there any problem will post here.

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  3. I have downloaded VLC media player software through internet. But curentaly i have not internet connection how can i install vlc media player in Ubuntu 10.04 LTS.
    Plese give solution step wise.
    Thank you
    MANISH KUMAR SRIVASTAVA

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