Are you wondering how to make good use of the hosts file in Linux to block or redirect websites? Here is the tutorial to help you with the hosts file in Linux.
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Deb is the commonly used package management system in Debian-based distro, including Ubuntu. In this tutorial, we show you the basics of a debian package and its file structure.
This is an update to install Ubuntu in Macbook AIr. If you are keen to use Ubuntu 12.10 on your 2012 MacBook Air, here is the tutorial.
The Amazon file transfer software for Kindle Fire works well in Mac and Windows, but not in Linux. In Ubuntu, here’s how you can manage files on your Kindle Fire.
Many, many “productivityists” are followers of David Allen’s “Getting Things Done” methodology. The methodology itself doesn’t rely on a specific tool or application, but that hasn’t stopped fans from trying to develop the perfect one. Let’s take a look at one – Zanshin, which is part of the KDE Software Collection.
Do you love the live wallpaper in Android? Now you can get the live wallpaper on Ubuntu desktop as well.
IRC is great, but it can be easily affected by your Internet connection. If you’re not afraid of the command line, you can keep your IRC connection going almost as long as you like.
BitNami packages are a great way to test out a specific application. With a few extra steps, you can quickly deploy and try out all sorts of web-based applications. Here’s the full tutorial on adding web apps to your BitNami LAMP stack
Ubuntu 12.10 comes with a few ways for you to quickly access your desktop, but they are not very visible to the users. Here is a run down of the several ways you can use to access the Show Desktop icon in Ubuntu.
Sometimes, when you install a new Linux distro in your PC and you didn’t set the boot flag correctly, you will often end up with a unbootable machine with a “File not found: Grub Rescue” boot error message. This happened to me while I were installing the Ubuntu 12.10. Here’s how you can fix it.