Revision as of 10:24, 15 March 2014 (view source)Claus chr (talk | contribs) (Marked this version for translation)← Older edit Revision as of 02:52, 16 March 2014 (view source) Ahoneycutt (talk | contribs) Newer edit → Line 215: Line 215: <!--T:85--> <!--T:85--> '''Ufw''' is the default commandline configuration tool for the firewall. '''Ufw''' stands for Uncomplicated Firewall, it is developed to ease iptables firewall configuration. For more information about ufw see: [https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UFW UFW] '''Ufw''' is the default commandline configuration tool for the firewall. '''Ufw''' stands for Uncomplicated Firewall, it is developed to ease iptables firewall configuration. For more information about ufw see: [https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UFW UFW] + +== Steam == +Though not included by default it can be installed with workarounds mentioned [http://userbase.kde.org/Kubuntu/Software/Games/Steam here.] <!--T:119--> <!--T:119--> Revision as of 02:52, 16 March 2014 Other languages:English • Türkçe • català • dansk • polski • Ελληνικά • русский • українська Contents 1 Software 1.1 Graphics 1.2 Internet 1.2.1 Browsers 126.96.36.199 Export your bookmarks 188.8.131.52 Import your bookmarks into Firefox 1.2.2 Email Clients 1.2.3 Chat Clients 1.3 Multimedia 1.4 Office 1.4.1 Personal Information Manager (PIM) 1.5 System Settings 1.6 Utilities 1.6.1 Bash 1.7 Firewall configuration 2 Steam Software Short guide to the software which is included in your Kubuntu installation. Graphics Some basic graphics applications are installed in Kubuntu by default, allowing you to create, view, scan, and manipulate images. The following applications are installed by default: Okular is a universal document viewer for many kinds of documents: PDF, Postscript, !DjVu, CHM, XPS, ePub and others. LibreOffice Draw is an all-purpose diagramming and charting tool which lets you produce anything from a quick sketch to a complex plan, and gives you the means to communicate with graphics and diagrams. With a maximum page size of 300cm by 300cm, Draw is a an excellent package for producing technical drawings, general posters, and much else. Skanlite is a simple image scanning application. Gwenview is an image viewer with many features. Kamoso is a webcam recorder from the KDE community. KSnapshot is the best at desktop screenshots, simple and sweet. Internet Kubuntu will get you online. Browsers Firefox is the default browser shipped with Kubuntu, the most popular open-source browser in the world. For more information on how to use Firefox see the Firefox Help Page. Export your bookmarks To export your bookmarks from Rekonq or Konqueror, launch keditbookmarks Click on the Application launcher Type keditbookmarks in the search bar Click on the executable action that appears A new window will appear. You can now export your bookmarks via theExport to HTML option under File > Export Note where you save your bookmarks (by default in ~/yourfoldername) Import your bookmarks into Firefox Click for guide to importing your bookmarks into Firefox. Email Clients There are many options when it comes to email clients. In Kubuntu, Kmail is default email client, either as a stand-alone client or as part of the Kontact personal information manager (PIM). Kmail is the email component of Kontact, the KDE personal information manager (PIM). Kmail by itself is similar in functionality to other popular email programs, while Kontact is as full-featured as the fanciest personal information managers (PIMs), as it can be configured with calendars, address books, notes, an RSS reader, time tracking, journals and simple project planning. The following are just some of the features of Kmail: IMAP, POP3, SMTP support SSL, TLS, and Digest-md5 secure logon support PGP and GNUPG signatures and encryption support HTML reading, spam filtering, internal character sets, search and filter functions, spell checking, and robust searching. More information on Kmail can be found in the KMail documentation. Chat Clients Chatting with friends and family is a popular use of the internet, and Kubuntu provides the necessary applications. There are two default chat clients installed in Kubuntu - KDE Telepathy for instant messaging, and Quassel for chatting on IRC (Internet Relay Chat). KDE Telepathy is already installed and ready to configure. Quassel is the IRC (Internet Relay Chat) client pre-installed in Kubuntu. Not only does it provide functions similar to those of other popular IRC clients such as Konversation, or X-chat, its design emphasizes ease of use. Quassel includes tabbed browsing and notification of messages and other events. Also, it can be connected to a Quassel-core for storage and search of IRC channel logs. KDE software connects you to the world. See Internet, Networking, & Communication for more. Multimedia The best in multimedia is installed when you open your new Kubuntu installation. If you get an error message about "missing codecs" please install kubuntu-restricted-extras. You can find your Multimedia applications through Kickoff->Applications->Multimedia. The following applications are installed by default: Pulseaudio keeps all your sound and video inputs and outputs working together. If you need to direct your audio or video output to other devices, install the pavucontrol package, launch it by pressing Alt + F2, then type pavucontrol. Exploring your music in Kubuntu is exciting with the pre-installed Amarok music player. For more about how to use and customize it see Amarok. K3b is a simple, powerful and highly-configurable graphical optical disk burning application for audio, video, data projects. Kmix controls all your audio channels. Dragon Player is a simple interface for playing your movies, TV shows, and music. Office The default office suite installed in Kubuntu is LibreOffice. It includes Calc, Draw, Impress, Math, Base and Writer. This suite is the open source equivalent of the Microsoft Office suite and each application corresponds to a similar product in that line. Calc = Excel Writer = Word Impress = Powerpoint Base = Access LibreOffice works well with the files created by their Microsoft counterparts, with the exception of Microsoft Access files. For more information see LibreOffice. Personal Information Manager (PIM) Installed with your system is the KDE Personal Information Manager Kontact. This includes many tools to manage your life. email contacts diary notes feeds to-do list Please see Kontact for more details and help with this powerful set of tools. System Settings Information on adjusting system settings can be found at System Settings. Utilities Your newly installed Kubuntu system has some utilities already installed. One of the most useful is not in your menus; just press ALT + F2. Look at the top of your screen; there is one of your most powerful utilities, called Krunner. See more here: Krunner. The following utility applications are installed by default: Kate is the default text editor for KDE. It has many great features for editing plain text or writing code in many different languages. Ark is the default tool for handling archives of files such as tar, gzip, bzip2, zip, rar and 7z. Klipper is a clipboard to hold copied text for later use. Unlike other clipboards it will hold your entire copied text, rather than just one line. Knotes is a sticky-note application to post notes on your desktop. KCalc offers basic calculator functions and much more. KMag is the screen magnifier from KDE. Konsole is the KDE terminal emulator, it can be used to run console shells. Bash Bash is the default shell in Konsole and the terminals. Click for more on using the Terminal. Firewall configuration Ufw is the default commandline configuration tool for the firewall. Ufw stands for Uncomplicated Firewall, it is developed to ease iptables firewall configuration. For more information about ufw see: UFW Steam Though not included by default it can be installed with workarounds mentioned here. 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