My professor has assigned all of us to run and learn Ubuntu Linux as part of my operating systems class and I really don’t want to get another computer. Is there a way I can easily run Ubuntu on my MacBook?
I’m a Web site developer and the latest project is for a company involves Sun Solaris users. I don’t even know what Solaris is, but now we have to test against a Unix system. Short of buying one, what’s my easiest solution?
I need to test out some Web site programming on a Linux system and have determined that the Ubuntu distribution is ideal. My question: what’s the best, easiest way to install Ubuntu Linux on my Mac system so I can run all my tests?
I am constantly running commands in Terminal.app on my MacBook and then copying and pasting the results into email messages or documents. Yes, I’m a tech writer. What I’m wondering is if there’s any way to actually copy and past into the Mac system wide copy/paste buffer directly from the command line?
As part of a project I’m working on, I find myself deep in a Linux shell script, needing to have a subroutine that converts a sentence of all lowercase to title case. You know, from “this is a test case” to “This is a Test Case”. Not every word, just the right ones. Doable?