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How to Configure And Customize Openbox [Linux]

How to Configure And Customize Openbox [Linux]

If you have installed minimal Ubuntu or other lightweight distro on your PC, most probably you will also be using some lightweight Desktop manager as well. Openbox is a very good lightweight DE alternative, mainly because it runs very fast and is highly customizable. However, new users will find it intimidating because the only screen […]

How to Auto-Mount Box.net to Linux Desktop

How to Auto-Mount Box.net to Linux Desktop

If you are one of the lucky few, you might have already received the 50GB storage upgrade to your Box (previously known as Box.net) account by installing its Android app. The next question is, what should you do with the extra storage space? The most logical solution is to install its sync software on your […]

How to Disable Mouse Middle Click to Paste Feature in Linux

How to Disable Mouse Middle Click to Paste Feature in Linux

If you are not aware, in Linux, you can use the mouse middle click to paste content into your text documents. Together with a clipboard manager, this can be a very useful feature that allows you to do things more efficiently, except that it can also be very annoying at times. For those with a […]

10 Funny And Useless Linux Command

10 Funny And Useless Linux Command

One can never say it enough: the terminal is a very powerful tool, and is probably the most interesting part in Unix. Among the plethora of useful commands and scripts that you can use, some seem less practical, if not completely useless. I’ve selected for you a couple of commands that are useless because they […]

How to Use The Google’s Roboto Font Everywhere

How to Use The Google’s Roboto Font Everywhere

The Roboto font is a new set of sans-serif font created by Google for the Android 4.0 Ice-Cream Sandwich platform. It is a nice and elegant font that renders well on high resolution screens such as your Android phones and tablets. It contains the full set of font weight (includes regular, bold, italic, and bold […]

How to Handle And Configure Firewall In Linux

How to Handle And Configure Firewall In Linux

If you are using, or planning to use Linux, a good incentive is the relative security that is implemented by default. Linux systems are insensitive to a good majority of Windows and Mac OS viruses, and the GNU project in itself assures the authenticity of the software. However, every (paranoid) geek knows that there is […]

Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin Beta Review

Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin Beta Review

Every six months, we will do a review of the latest version of Ubuntu and see what features/improvement Canonical has added to the popular distro. The next version of Ubuntu – 12.04, Precise Pangolin is now available in beta and this is particularly important since it is the next Long Term Support (LTS) version. As […]

Tails : a Linux Distribution For Protecting Your Privacy

Tails : a Linux Distribution For Protecting Your Privacy

If you are an Apple fan, you probably know that there is an app for everything. If you are more of a Linux fan, you know that there is a distribution for (almost) everything. Anyways, if you are concerned about your privacy on the Internet or about encryption, Tails is the Linux distro for you. […]