The primary responsibility is taking care of new Ubuntu Membership applicants, approving them if they are worth it and denying them if not but in a way that they don’t get discouraged or heart-broken. Other duties include adding them to Launchpad Ubuntu Members team, writing summary emails about the newly approved members, and maintaining team reports.
Ubuntu Bangladesh was formed in 28th April 2006, more than 4 years ago with the vision to create a solid platform for Ubuntu users and contributors in Bangladesh. We’re the official local community team in Bangladesh, recognised by Ubuntu Community Council and Ubuntu’s sponsor Canonical Ltd. It’s been a long journey, and I’m really glad that with all of your help, support, and contributions we’ve been able to achieve most of our major goals.
I’ve been working as the team leader of Ubuntu Bangladesh throughout these years, and I’ve decided to step down and hand over the team leadership to two of our very active volunteers, Shahriar Tariq and Shabab Mustafa. They have made a tremendous contribution for our team, for Ubuntu, and for Linux as a whole, and I strongly believe that Ubuntu Bangladesh will prosper even more under their new leadership and vision.
If you’re new to Ubuntu Linux and want to learn more about it, then this guide should be helpful to you. The topics covered are installation, package management, network and Internet connection setup, customization, proprietary hardware driver and multimedia support, troubleshooting, and much more.
Please pass on this message to your friends and colleagues who might be interested in using Ubuntu.
I’ve been using the Unicode based Bengali fonts of Ekushey for a long time, specially SolaimanLipi which I use almost everywhere. To make these fine fonts easily available on Ubuntu, I’ve made a package of all of them called ttf-ekushey. Users of Ubuntu derivatives such as Linux Mint can use this package too.
(Twelve for now, but whenever they releases a new font I’ll update my package too.) Continue reading…
The delete key on my Acer Extensa 5620 wasn’t working on Ubuntu 8.04 out of the box, and I experienced the same problem on Ubuntu 8.10. It’s already filed as Bug 181057 and I hope it’ll be fixed on the next release.
Anyway, here’s how to fix this problem:
Open the following file as root: /etc/X11/xkb/keycodes/xfree86
Find the line <DELE> = 107
Replace it with <DELE> = 242
Find the line <I72> = 242
Replace it with <I72> = 107
Save and reboot, delete key will now work
This problem has been reported on other distributions too, and effects Acer Extensa 5210, 5220, 5620 and possibly other models that I’m not aware of.