There is a new version of this tutorial available for Ubuntu 14.10 (Utopic Unicorn).

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7 Inventory (II)

Now let's check again what we have so far by browsing the menus again:

(If you don't find Opera anywhere in the menu although you know you've just installed it, log out and in again to the desktop. Afterwards Opera should be listed.)

Our inventory should now look like this:

[x] The GIMP
[x] F-Spot
[ ] Picasa

[x] Firefox
[x] Opera
[ ] Flash Player
[x] gFTP
[x] Thunderbird
[x] Evolution
[x] aMule
[x] Bittorrent
[x] Azureus
[x] Gaim
[ ] Skype
[ ] Google Earth
[x] Xchat IRC

[x] OpenOffice Writer
[x] OpenOffice Calc
[x] Adobe Reader
[x] GnuCash
[x] Scribus

Sound & Video:
[x] Amarok
[x] Audacity
[x] Banshee
[x] MPlayer
[x] Rhythmbox Music Player
[x] gtkPod
[x] XMMS
[ ] dvd::rip
[x] Kino
[x] Sound Juicer CD Extractor
[x] VLC Media Player
[x] Real Player
[x] Totem
[x] Xine
[x] GnomeBaker
[x] K3B
[ ] Multimedia-Codecs

[x] Nvu
[x] Bluefish
[x] Quanta Plus

[ ] VMware Server
[x] TrueType fonts
[x] Java


8 Install Automatix

Automatix2 comes with a graphical interface, but in order to install Automatix2 there are a few steps we have to do on the command line. Go to Applications > Accessories > Terminal to open a command line window:

In the command line window, type in the following commands to install Automatix:

echo "deb edgy main" | sudo tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list

You might have to provide your password. Afterwards, run

gpg --import key.gpg.asc
gpg --export --armor 521A9C7C | sudo apt-key add -

and update the packages database:

sudo apt-get update

Finally, install Automatix:

sudo apt-get install automatix2

Then close the command line window. After Automatix has been installed, you can find it under Applications -> System Tools -> Automatix:

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