Posts Tagged ‘install’

This is just one of the posts, in my all new, complete coverage of using XBMC. Most of the sites i went to when i first learned about XBMC had absolutly no description on how to use it. Even the XBMC Wiki was very tech savvy, description.

So for all you NON geeks out there… Here’s the low down, step by step on how to install XBMC on Windows.

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Ok so your a Newbie/Noob/beginner/amature in the linux scene.

Ok so you got your OS installed with the step by step wizard and now you try to install your Programs.

See Installing Programs in Linux.

But then ! you get your first error message. Trust me, being a kind of new guy to linux my self i KNOW how frustrating it is to get your programs installed in linux with it’s rather un-understandable error messages.

A very common error most people get when trying to install a new program in the NEW linux installation is

bash: make: command not found

Ok you can stop your uncontrollable fit form anger form this point on wards. 🙂

Because, Well it’s actually a simple error that can be fixed easily!

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Ok here’s a Quick Guide on How to Install and get Compiz Up and Running On Your New Ubuntu 8.10 Intrepid Ibex Machine!

STEP 1 (Graphics Cards) – Installing Graphics Card Drivers, Activating Them…

Ok First off we need to get your Graphics cards up and Running! Install Graphics Card drivers in Linux and Activate them! It’s really not that hard now with the New ubuntu release

1. Goto Add/Remove Applications from yours Applications Menu

2. Searching :

2.1 If You have an ATI Card Search for “ATI graphics”

Tick The Packages

  • ATI Binary X.org Driver
  • ATI Catalyst Control Center

Click Apply Changes!

2.1 If You Have an Nvidia Card Search For “Nvidia”

Tick the Packages

  • Hardware drivers
  • Nvidia X Server Settings
  • Nvidia binary X.org driver (version 177 driver)
  • NTv Tv Out

Click Apply Changes!

This step should install your Graphics Drivers Without any problems….

3. Autharizing Drivers

After You install the drivers you have to enable them for them to be used by Ubuntu.. This can be done very Easily!

Goto System>Administration>Hardware Drivers

From There, If Your Using an Nvidia Card Select the “Nvidia Accelerated Graphics Driver (Version 177) and click Activate

If your Using an ATI card, Select the ATi Driver and Click Activate!

STEP 2 Installing Compiz!- Downloading and installing compiz,

1. Goto Applications> Add/Remove Applications

2. Search For “Compiz”

3. Tick

  • Advanced Desktop Effects Settings (ccsm)
  • Compiz Fusion Icon
  • Screenlets (Optional)

4. Click Apply Changes!

Side Note : You Can Make Compiz Start Automatically With Ubuntu on Start up Through the Compiz Fusion Icon Program…..