To download all photos taken from your camera on Ubuntu Touch to your desktop you will need to pull the pictures using the Android Debug Bridge CLI tool (adb).
Last saturday we have performed the Ubuntu Global Jam on Brazil. All the event was virtual, following the same format of the Ubuntu on air, where we had a hangout that was being transmited via YouTube and people talked to us via IRC.
We had an audience of about five hundred people on YouTube and about one hundred on #ubuntu-br IRC channel during this Global Jam. The event was great and I like to thank each person that was present to help and make the Brazilian jam perfect. And in special I like to thank the guys that without them our event would not have been so good: Ivan Brasil Fuzzer, Tiago Salem Herrmann, and Zandre Bran :-) Continue lendo
The Ubuntu-BR-SC LoCo Team is very proud to announce your new visual identity called Ubuntu Way.
Ubuntu Way was based on many Ubuntu Brand Guidelines. The new visual identity was launched on June 24, 2012 and since January the blog contains more than 360.000 visits and 840.000 pageviews! Continue lendo
Jorge Castro speaks about his job at Canonical, the coming Ubuntu 12.04 release, the Unity shell and juju.
Nick Tait, the Unity project manager, gives an interview about your job in Canonical, your expectations about 12.04, and gives tips to help who wants to support Unity development.
Ubuntu Brazilian Community is proud to announce your new Community Council:
- Ayrton Araújo: http://launchpad.net/~ayrton
- Fábio Nogueira: http://launchpad.net/~fnogueira
- Tiago Hillebrandt: http://launchpad.net/~tiagohillebrandt
It’s really a big honor for me become a part of Brazilian Council. Now I look forward to continue learning and applying great ideas to support the growth of Ubuntu Community! Thank you to all.
Ubuntu-BR-SC Local Community Team is proud to announce the release of your most recent project, the Ubuntu-BR-SC LoCo Team Blog. The project, that was created by Tiago Hillebrandt (the LoCo Team Leader) and Julian Fernandes (an Ubuntu-BR-SC member), intends to promote Ubuntu and opensource to Brazilian Users and Developers. Continue lendo
This is the first post about Ubuntu written in English by me, so I would like suggestions about it. You may help me to make it better.
This procedure can damage your system, so make sure you understand the risks.
First step is authenticate at Terminal like root:
$ sudo -i
After this we need to add Oneiric repository with Natty repositories using the following command:
# echo "deb http://br.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ oneiric main" >> /etc/apt/sources.list
Now is needed to create an APT rule that say to application: Continue lendo