Deepin 2014 was a major release of Deepin (formerly Linux Deepin), a desktop distribution developed by some good folks in China. Though based on Ubuntu Desktop, the distribution features a custom desktop environment instead of the Unity Desktop of its parent distribution. That desktop environment, which is called Deepin Desktop Environment, is what gives the distribution a very unique look […]
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Deepin is a desktop distribution that’s based on Ubuntu Desktop. It used to be called Linux Deepin, but the new name is just Deepin. Deepin 2014, the latest version, which was released about two weeks ago, uses a custom desktop environment called Deepin Desktop Environment (DDE). And it is the first version that shipped with the second edition of that […]
Deepin 2014 ships with a guest user account, but you’ll need to enable it before you can use it. It took me a while before I figured out how to use it. This short tutorial shows how to enable and use it, if you are still trying to figure it out yourself. It’s a simple, 4-step process: 1. Log in […]
Since Deepin 2014 was released, I’ve been trying to figure how how to add and remove applications from the startup applications manager. Turns out that the reason I could find it is that Deepin 2014 has another take on how to manage startup applications. It’s a neat approach, but it has a drawback. Let’s take a look at the neat […]
Deepin 2014 is the latest edition of Deepin, a Linux desktop distribution based on Ubuntu. Deepin 2014 is the first version of the distribution that comes with its own graphical installer. Like all Ubuntu-based distributions, previous editions (of Deepin) used their parent distribution’s graphical installer. This tutorial provides a step-by-step guide on how to partition a hard drive manually for […]
Deepin 2014 is the latest edition of Deepin, a Chinese, Linux desktop distribution that’s based on Ubuntu. Aside from the fact that it comes with its own desktop environment called Deepin Desktop Environment, it also uses its own graphical installation program. The installer doesn’t have support for disk encryption and LVM, the Linux Logical Volume Manager, but for plain-vanilla installations […]