More and more I never even visit websites, I rely on RSS feeds to bring me my meat.
And with Linux Magazine ( http://www.linux-mag.com/ ) sending me about 40 articles a day to read, I am getting a lot more than I have time for. But I was forced to take time out from my schedule today, when I see this article "Divide and Conquer" ( http://www.linux-magazine.com/issues/2008/95/divide_and_conquer ) which tells me about Gnome Commander in all its two panel fully-integrated-with-gnome-desktop glory:
Ever since I got tired of waiting for Nautilus to grow a second pane, I have been working with Konqueror and more lately Dolphin, KDE efforts, well worth the little quirks emerging from their not being a native Gnome desktop integrated applications.
But now I am a happy man.
VirtualBox guest additions are cool to install, now Windows XP instance running seamlessly with UbuntuSun, 2009-02-15 07:03 — victorkane
VirtualBox on Ubuntu
For some time now I have been running Windows XP inside Sun's VirtualBox on top of my Ubuntu 8.04 OS on my Dell Inspiron 1420N.
Since writing this a new version of VirtualBox, 2.1.2, has come out, you probably want to use that instead (see http://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Downloads ). It's just that mine works.
Installation was relatively painless. I downloaded the package straight from the VirtualBox site instead of from the apt-get version, which seems to be the best bet immediately, and basically followed all the instructions here:
Edit: Solved! Thanks to the comments of several people, I was able to find the magic sequence of steps necessary to fix my specific situation: