Fedroa 15 was released a while back and as much as it has shown some tremendous improvements, I fail to understand why should it be rocket science to do something as simple as changing the keyboard layout. With Gnome 3 making Fedora 15 shine, it should be easier to just type “keyboard layout” in the search box to come to the screen for changing the layout of keyboard. However that is not the case. So in order to change the keyboard layout (different language keyboard layout) follow the steps below:
Note: The keyboard setting under Activities > Applications > System Settings > Keyboard doesnt have the option to change the keyboard layout.
Activities > Applications > System Settings > Region and language and click the Layout tab.
Click the + buttonto add a keyboard layout.
Play around with rest of the settings.
Kyle Baker of Kyleabaker.com has written a lovely script to unite Opera with the new Unity interface of Ubuntu 11.04. Unity Opera has the following features:
Total number of tabs open appears on the launcher Icon and is updated in real time as you open or close the tabs.
Note: The private tab counts is not shown
For complete list of features, download and instructions to install checkout the post by Kyle Baker at Unity Opera.
When you install Chromium on Ubuntu 11.04 using the software center you get the stable version on your machine. However, if you want to flirt around with the latest features you will need the Dev channels to be able to use the developer version of Chromium. Let's see how to update the channels to dev version to install the latest developer version of Ubuntu 11.04.
Adding the dev channels repository to your Ubuntu Repos:
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:chromium-daily/dev
sudo apt-get update
Once you have added you can start your update manager to update chromium (currently 12).