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CHAPTER 7 BOOTING UBUN TU FOR THE FIRST TIME
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Caution Some users have reported that their computer is sometimes unable to wake from hibernation,
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so you should save any open files before hibernating as insurance against the unlikely prospect that this happens. We ve seen this happen a few times, although hundreds of other times it s worked fine.
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Restart: This option will shut down Ubuntu and then restart the computer. Shut Down: This will shut down Ubuntu and then power off your computer, provided its BIOS is compatible with the standard shutdown commands (all computers bought within the past five years or so are; if you find that the computer hangs at the end of the Ubuntu shutdown procedure, simply turn it off manually via the power switch).
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Figure 7-4. A variety of shutdown operations are available, some allowing for a quick
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You might find when you boot up that Ubuntu has defaulted to the wrong resolution. In other words, everything might be a little too large or too small. You might have trouble reading text, for example, or you might find that program windows fill the screen to the extent that their contents partially disappear off the edges. Changing the resolution is simple. Select System Preferences Screen Resolution from the menu (at the top of the screen). In the Resolution drop-down list, select the appropriate setting for your monitor. For a 17-inch CRT monitor, the standard resolution is 1024 768 (although some people prefer 800 600). Most 17-inch TFT screens run at 1280 1024 resolution. A 15-inch TFT screen will usually run at 1024 768 resolution. For laptops, 13-inch to 15-inch LCD panels typically run at 1280 800 resolution. If you have a 15-inch CRT monitor (common on PCs made before 2000), you ll probably find 800 600 a maximum setting; others prefer 640 480. If you re in doubt as to your monitor s resolution, consult your monitor s manual for more information. If the resolution you want isn t available, Ubuntu might have incorrectly set up your graphics card and monitor. See the Graphical Problems section in 6 to learn how to reconfigure the graphical subsystem.
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The Ubuntu desktop is similar to that of Windows. It has the following elements: Menus: The three menus at the top left of the screen provide access to all of Ubuntu s functionality. As noted earlier, the Applications menu provides access to programs; the Places menu provides access to the file system, and the System menu provides access to configuration settings (as well as the Log Out option). You can click and drag practically every menu entry onto the desktop in order to create a shortcut. Icons: Although the Ubuntu desktop is largely clean, some icons are tucked away at the top and bottom of the screen. Those at the top are located to the right of the menus and allow you to start the browser, e-mail client, and help system (and they are arranged in that order). At the top right is a speaker icon that lets you alter the sound volume, along with the Quit icon (additionally, if your system is online, you might see the System Update icon this is explained in 9). At the bottom left is the Hide Windows button that instantly minimizes all open windows to give access to the desktop underneath. At the bottom right are the two virtual desktop buttons, which I ll discuss in the Working with Virtual Desktops section later in this chapter, and also the Trash icon.
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Note If you re dual-booting with Windows, you might see an icon at the top left of the desktop that will let
you access your Windows files. On one system, this was identified as shda1. Double-click the icon to view the Windows file system. Similarly, if you have a memory card reader or digital camera plugged into your PC, you might see desktop icons for them too, and any inserted CD/DVD discs will also be represented by desktop icons.
Window List: The bar at the bottom of the screen, called the Window List, shows which programs are currently running (if any). As with Windows, you can simply click the button for any program to bring that window to the top. Alternatively, you can right-click each entry to instantly minimize or maximize that particular window. Clock: The clock is located at the top right of the screen. Clicking it brings up a handy monthly calendar and a drop-down panel that contains a mini world map, regional time, and weather for several locations. Click it again to hide this display. Right-clicking the clock brings up a context menu. On this menu, the Preferences option lets you alter the way the date and time are displayed. The Adjust Date & Time option lets you change the time and/or date if they re incorrect. Notification area: The speaker icon and clock are located in the notification area, which is similar to the Windows system tray. Programs that like to hang around in memory, such as the Rhythmbox media player, will add an icon in this top-right area, to allow quick access to their functions. The Software Update Notifier appears in this area to let you know that software updates are available (similar to Windows Update). Network Manager displays an icon here when you are connected to the network. The notification area also has icons for other Ubuntu tools, such as the Tracker (for searching for your data) and the Restricted Device Manager (for managing proprietary drivers). Usually, you simply need to click (or right-click) their icons to access the program features.
Tip The small bar marks the leftmost boundary of the notification area. To resize the notification area,
right-click this bar and remove the check from the Lock to Panel menu entry. Then you can click and drag the bar to a different size. This might be handy if the notification area starts to fill up with icons!
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