Since I’ve last posted I’ve moved back into my college dorm. A pain in the butt, but none the less something I have to do. By the way, I’m not a computer science major if you were wondering. Odds are you could tell I wasn’t by reading this bloc. Because Ubuntu is very easy on the user, it basically does just about everything it can for you while still allowing the user to go back in and adjust it manually if he wants, I’ve spent the past several days configuring her to be just the way I like her. In all honesty I downloaded and installed Kubuntu, but I’ve since grown tired of KDE and I’ve downloaded and installed Gnome. Since the switch my startup screen now says Ubuntu, though the loading screen as my computer boots still says Kubuntu… I think she’s confused. It took me an hour or two, but I think I have my Nvidia graphics card configured properly, or as close as I know how to get it. I get the Nvidia logo screen on boot up now. The most common thing I see about Nvidia on Linux forums is the how to remove that screen on boot up, but I enjoy seeing it there personally. I like being reminded of the power under the hood so to speak. Other than that I’ve figured out how to download and install themes for Gnome. I like Gnome, but its default theme is ugly. I think most people will agree with me to some extent on that. Which probably explains the vast amount of themes out there for Gnome. I might post a screen shot one day, especially if someone requests it. Other than that, I think that is all for today. After all I do have some homework to do! Enjoy the Penguins!