Minecraft continues to confound the world with its immeasurable popularity and the creativity exhibited by its users. This shows how you can install minecraft on Ubuntu and have all the fun.
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If you’re one of the those Windows users who just wants to dabble in the open-source platform, then it could be handy to have a bootable Ubuntu USB. This guide will show you how to create a bootable Ubuntu USB in Windows.
There are times when you may want to set a static IP address for your PC. In this article we’ll show you how to set a static IP address in Ubuntu.
Meltdown and Spectre are big security issues, and they affect almost every computer. For Linux (and Ubuntu) there are already a lot of updates available to fight Meltdown and Spectre. You only need to install them.
Even though Steam is available through the official Ubuntu repositories, a lot of new Linux users get tripped up by the installation process. Learn how you can configure the graphics card and install Steam in Ubuntu.
Ubuntu recently made the jump to GNOME, but the default still looks a lot like Unity. If you’d like the vanilla GNOME experience, follow this guide.
Hearthstone is not only a popular online card game, it’s a major e-sport. Learn how to play this popular game on Ubuntu Linux.
One of the hottest events in October is the release of Ubuntu 17.10 with Gnome desktop. Here’s what you can expect to find in this Ubuntu 17.10 release.
Kliqqi is a content management system that allows you to create your own social networks. This article will show you how to install Kliqqi on Ubuntu.
AbanteCart is a free open source shopping cart software that you can use to start your own online shop . Learn how you can install, setup and use AbanteCart on Ubuntu.
It would be helpful if your Linux scripts and terminal commands could send you desktop notifications. Well, they can, and it’s super easy to set up!
Two-factor authentication adds an extra layer of security to your accounts. Learn how you can easily set up two-factor authentication on Ubuntu.
Bumblebee allows you to use the dedicated nVidia GPU for rendering when needed and to power it down when not in use. Learn how to use Bumblebee in Ubuntu.
There are plenty of reasons to run your own email server. In the past it’s been a real pain, but now using Ubuntu, Docker, and Mailcow, it’s much easier.
Ubuntu may be dropping Unity in favor of GNOME, but that doesn’t mean you need to go without your favorite desktop. Make GNOME look and feel like Unity!
Looking for a portable operating system that is small, lightweight, customizable, and extremely functional? Libre OS USB is the perfect option.
Building a custom Linux kernel sounds terrifyingly difficult, but it’s really not that hard. Learn how to build and package your own kernels on Ubuntu.
i3wm is a powerful tiling window manager that can take your desktop’s organization and efficiency to the next level. Learn how to use it on Ubuntu.