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How to Upgrade to Gimp 2.8 in Ubuntu

How to Upgrade to Gimp 2.8 in Ubuntu

Gimp users, rejoice! After 3.5 years of development, Gimp 2.8 has finally arrived. This version of Gimp brings a plethora of changes and improvement, making Gimp a even better image editing software than its previous version.

Installing Your Own LTSP Server on Ubuntu

Installing Your Own LTSP Server on Ubuntu

Last week I came up with a review of 2X ThinClientOS, a Linux distribution specialized for thin clients. However, you may be on the other side of the problem: you want to have your own thin client server. The simplest way to do that is to use LTSP. It stands for “Linux Terminal Server Project”, […]

How to Enable Hibernate in Ubuntu 12.04

How to Enable Hibernate in Ubuntu 12.04

If you have upgraded to Ubuntu 12.04, one thing that you will find missing is the “Hibernate” button. For those of you who are not aware or don’t use this feature at all, the Hibernate button usually lies above the Shut Down option and it allows you to save your current state to the hard […]

2X ThinClientOS: A Linux-Based Thin Client System

2X ThinClientOS: A Linux-Based Thin Client System

Did you ever walk into a library and wonder how the computers could all be so similar all the time? Did you wish at least once to be able to access your programs remotely? Have you always felt like a simple ssh connection was not for you? If you answered yes to any of these […]

Choosing the Best Linux Distro For A Web Server

Choosing the Best Linux Distro For A Web Server

If you are using a managed web hosting service to host your website, you might not be bothered to know what is the distro used in the backend. All you need to know is that your website have to run 24/7 without fail. However, if you are administering your own server, choosing the correct distro […]

Sudo vs Su [Linux] (MTE Explains)

Sudo vs Su [Linux] (MTE Explains)

For Linux users, I am sure you have come across the command “sudo” and probably “su”. While veteran users know exactly what they mean, newbies are always confused when to use which and the implication and complication involving with both. In this article, we will explain in detail what “sudo” and “su” is, the difference between them and when to use them.

Qute: A Fancy Text Editor for Linux

Qute: A Fancy Text Editor for Linux

As Clint Eastwood would say, “There are two types of text editors in the world, the ones for coding and the others”. Well, Qute (pronounce “cute”) is certainly among the others. it’s a text editor with some advanced features in terms of eye candy. In other terms, not only does it support Tex and Markdown, […]

How to Create And Manage Symlinks [Linux 101]

How to Create And Manage Symlinks [Linux 101]

Symlink, short for Symbolic Link, is a special type of file/folder that points or references to another physical file/folder in the system. When clicked, it will follow the link that it references to, yet maintaining its link structure. For example, when click on a symlink on the Home desktop that is pointing to the Backup […]

How to Schedule Tasks with Cron and CornTab [Linux]

How to Schedule Tasks with Cron and CornTab [Linux]

If you are familiar with Linux, you will know that Cron is the application used to schedule and automate tasks in a Linux environment. CronTab is the command that is used to access the Cron file where the user can set and schedule tasks. No, I didn’t misspell CronTab in the title, CornTab is a web-based […]