The APT system in Ubuntu may be useful for installing applications, but it is not deploy a service/program. The Juju system aims to make access to server-based programs as simple as those for the desktop. Here’s how to use it.
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For those who are running a server on their Linux machine, it is important to beef up its security. Lynis is an auditing tool which tests and gathers security information from Unix based systems.
For additional security, you can add a two-factor authentication to your SSH connection so it can prevent hackers from doing brute force attack on your server.
When you boot up your Ubuntu laptop, the bluetooth adaptor is always enabled by default. This is show you can disable the bluetooth module during boot up.
Have you ever lost your computer? If so, you probably know how frightening of an experience it can be. Prey is here to help you find your lost computer or mobile device when it is lost.
When you think of editing images on Linux, your first thought may be of GIMP, but do you know that Gwenview can be a useful photo editor as well?
Sopcast is a popular way to watch P2P TV on the Internet, but sometime it can be slow or doesn’t work at all. If you are looking for an alternative in Linux, then TV-maxe is the one for you.
There are several media center applications for Linux users. For fans of KDE, there’s a new Plasma Media Center that will fit in nicely with your desktop.
If you’re using a lighter-weight desktop for your Linux machine, or you just want a dedicated application for viewing and interacting with your remote filesystems, Gigolo is the one for you.
Unity Tweak Tool is a configuration tool for the Ubuntu Unity Desktop. It brings all the settings together in a single place so you can access them easily.