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Updated 12/31/17

How to move Ubuntu 16.04 launcher to the bottom

In Ubuntu 16.04 you can move the launcher to the bottom of the screen by typing this command in terminal: gsettings set com.canonical.Unity.Launcher launcher-position Bottom To move the launcher back to the left type: gsettings set com.canonical.Unity.Launcher launcher-position Left

Top 5 Linux Desktop Distros You Should Try In 2018

A new year comes by, and another year went by where Linux didn’t become the dominant desktop operating system. In fact, I believe 2017 marked the year where Linux lost the battle in the desktop war. I’ll write my thoughts on that topic in another post, but as we look forward to the new 2018 year, I want to list…

How to install Debian as a Web Server

Debian is probably one of the most stable Linux distribution as a desktop or server. All Debian Stable releases are supported for 5 years. Debian tries to strike a balance between stability and features. Most software packages in Debian are a bit dated compared to upstream packages. For example, in the current Debian Stable version which is Debian 9, the…

Installing Ubuntu 16.04 Desktop

The soon to be released Ubuntu desktop version is 16.04. In this tutorial I will go step-by-step on how to Install it in a fresh new computer or virtual machine. 1. Downloading the ISO image Download the ISO image from the Ubuntu website  2. Burn the ISO image to a DVD or Flash Drive If you are installing Ubuntu…

Watch live CNN in Ubuntu

I use Ubuntu on my computer, at work and at home. Sometimes I like to watch live TV channels like History or CNN on my browser, but in Ubuntu it was a no no when I tried it. But after a couple of minutes of googling I was able to get it running. here is what you need to do…

Creating An Image Of A Hard Drive With Clonezilla

Now that we have Ubuntu and Clonezilla  server up and running, is time to get our hands dirty with the real purpose for this thing. if this is the first post that you are reading about this series, I recommend you read the rest of the posts to get acquainted with what I been doing. Windows 7 Network Installation Installing…

Exchange email support in Linux

Microsoft Exchange is very popular in businesses for email, contacts, and calendar management. Now with the cloud hype, many businesses are moving to Google Apps ( good for them ) and others to Office 365 which is basically an Exchange server hosted in a Microsoft data center. when you switch operating system from Windows to Linux and need to use…

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