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Install KDE 4.10.5 Di Ubuntu 12.04 LTS

Slamat maleem semuanya.. kali ini saya akan berbagi sedikit tutorial tentang cara menginstall Desktop KDE 4.10.5 pada Ubuntu 12.04 LTS.

KDE (K Desktop Environment) adalah lingkungan desktop (desktop environment) dan platform pengembangan aplikasi yang dibangun dengan toolkit Qt dari Trolltech. KDE dapat ditemui pada berbagai sistem Unix, termasuk Linux, BSD, dan Solaris. KDE juga tersedia untuk Mac OS X dengan bantuan lapisan X11 dan untuk Microsoft Windows dengan bantuan Cygwin.

Keunggulan utama KDE adalah kemudahan pemakaian, fleksibilitas, portabitilis, dan kekayaan fitur. KDE dikembangkan sejalan dengan KDevelop, paket pengembangan perangkat lunak, dan KOffice, paket aplikasi office.

Untuk menginstall KDE pada ubuntu 12.04 LTS anda, buka terminal kemudian copy perintah berikut:

  • sudo add-apt-repository ppa:kubuntu-ppa/backports

  • sudo apt-get update

  • sudo apt-get install kde-standard kubuntu-desktop

Screenshot KDE 4.10.5 pada Ubuntu 12.04 LTS

KDE 4.10.5 on Ubuntu 12.04

KDE 4.10.5 on Ubuntu 12.04

KDE 4.10.5 on Ubuntu 12.04

KDE 4.10.5 on Ubuntu 12.04

KDE 4.10.5 on Ubuntu 12.04

KDE 4.10.5 on Ubuntu 12.04

 

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50 Distro Linux Terbaik 2013

50 best Linux distros: find the best one for you

Choice and flexibility are the hallmarks of the Linux ecosystem. In Windows and OS X, if you don’t like some aspects of the operating system, there’s not much you can do about it.

Not so in the Linux world, where thanks to the numerous distributions you are in fact spoilt for choice. Each distro has the Linux kernel at its core, but builds on top of that with their own selection of other components, depending on the target audience for the distro.

Different distros offer different customisation options, so you can fiddle around with the distro and customise it as per your taste and preferences until you get the kind of thing you’re looking for. So no matter what sort of user you are, there’s a distro for you.

In this feature we’re focusing primarily on the desktop. Some desktop distros aim to keep things as simple as possible, while others give you more control. They have different installation routines, different desktop environments, different package management schemes and different administration tools.

We’ll look at regular distros that you can use for every day computing tasks, as well as those designed to appeal to users coming from other operating systems, such as Windows and Mac OS X. We’ll also look at distros that can turn an old clunker into a streamlined computing machine and ones that give advanced users complete control over their working environment. Read the rest of this entry »

 

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5 Desktop Linux Terbaik 2013

Best alternative Linux desktops: 5 reviewed and rated

The desktop on your Linux box used to stand for something very simple. If you were a KDE user, you valued control, power and the ability to customise.

In rough terms, if you used Gnome you wanted the desktop to get out of the way so you could get on with using your computer. If you used anything else, such as Xfce, LXDE or TekWM, you were running an ancient machine that would struggle with either of the big two of KDE and Gnome.

The change brought about by the release of KDE 4 changed all that. To compete, Gnome threw away its years of solidity for a new way of working; Unity arrived, with similar features to Gnome 3 but with the aim of tempting users away from Mac and Windows.

Brave as they were, these designs had much wrong with them, especially in the months following their release. Various products arrived to fill the gap left by the move away from the traditional desktops, some with the idea of refinement (Mint’s Gnome Shell extensions and Cinnamon) and others aiming for a return to the old ways.

This desktop reformation and counter reformation has brought us to today’s situation, and there has never been a better time to survey what’s out there and what makes each project.

As they’re easily the two biggest desktop projects, we’ve left out Gnome 3 and KDE 4, as well as Unity, but we’ve included Xfce to represent the more established desktops. Read the rest of this entry »

 

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