Ubuntu Control Center (ucc) – Simple tool for ubuntu administration

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Ubuntu Control Center or UCC is an application inspired by Mandriva Control Center and aims to centralize and organize in a simple and intuitive form the main configuration tools for Ubuntu distribution. UCC uses all the native applications already bundled with Ubuntu, but it also utilize some third-party apps like "Hardinfo", "Boot-up Manager", "GuFW" and "Font-Manager".

First you need to install font manager

Download font manager using the following command from your terminal or from here
wget http://code.google.com/p/font-manager/downloads/detail?name=font-manager_0.5.3_i386.deb

Install fontmanager .deb file using the following command

sudo dpkg -i font-manager_0.5.3_i386.deb


Install Ubuntu control center in Ubuntu

First you need to download .deb package from here

Now install .deb package using the following command

sudo dpkg -i ucc_i386.deb

Screenshots

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37 thoughts on “Ubuntu Control Center (ucc) – Simple tool for ubuntu administration

  1. @Steve, the screenshots are taken from a lucid fresh install. There were related problems with it on Maverick builds and with RGBA transparency enabled.

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  2. I tried to install UCC on Ubuntu NR 10.04.
    After it’s done, the main UCC window keep on top.
    I can not access to another program.
    So I remove the UCC from Ubuntu Netbok Remix.

    Advice??

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  3. I installed the .deb for the Font manager manually, but it needs another dependancy called jstest-gtk. I can’t seem to find that anywhere, and the website that hosts it doesn’t have it.

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  4. HALLO!
    I am using ubuntu 9.10 but I am not capable of having internet acess for atleast 30 minutes,pleASE can
    you send to me a free package installation CD so as I can install the packages manually?

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  5. Why doesn’t someone just give more information on HOW TO install font-manager. This seems to be everyone’s problem. Like a complete list of commands need to install it from the terminal.

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