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6 Handy Sites To Learn New Ubuntu Tweaks & Tricks Ubuntu has grown in popularity immensely over the last few years ““ and for good reason. The operating system is accessible (both in a software and hardware sense), compatible with a lot of software and won’t cost you a penny. If you’re looking to expand your Ubuntu knowledge, have a burning question about some missing feature or are a newcomer to the world of Linux then these 5 sites are a great source of information. OMG! Ubuntu! 6 Handy Sites To Learn New Ubuntu Tweaks & Tricks
s Android Certificate Installer To install a certificate to an Android phone, upload the certificate using one of the options below (to upload a file, use a computer). You will then be given a URL to browse to on your phone. Click on "Install Certificate" and you can install it to your phone. Why would I use this? When trying to connect to a WPA-Enterprise (or 802.1x) wireless network, you must supply a root certificate on the Android platform. When connecting to my school's network in early 2010, there was no other way of easily installing a certificate so I decided I would write this script to help those that were in the same predicament as I was. s Android Certificate Installer
There are plenty of reasons the average Windows user may want to create a Linux live CD or USB stick before it’s too late. A USB-based distribution will be speedier (you’ll need Unetbootin) or you can simply burn a CD/DVD with something like ImgBurn. If you’ve not got one yet and are interested in the potential benefits then read on. Which One? Windows Users: Here Is Why You Need A Linux Live CD Windows Users: Here Is Why You Need A Linux Live CD
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Getting Started with Linux: Installing Linux on Your Computer Getting Started with Linux: Installing Linux on Your Computer To make a USB stick on a mac, you're going to need to use the command-line. There's a way to do it with Disk Utility, but familiarizing yourself with the command line when dealing with Linux (any distro) is a good idea. Once you have your .iso file, you're going to need to change it to an .img file so we can use dd.
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md5sum.exe md5sum.exe Open an MS-DOS window and go to the directory of the show you want to check. When you are in that directory, type: md5sum -c [filename].md5 You must insert the name of the .md5 file [without the brackets].
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Puppy Linux Puppy Linux Last Update: Friday 21 June 2013 06:02 GMT OS Type: LinuxBased on: IndependentOrigin: AustraliaArchitecture: i386Desktop: JWM, OpenboxCategory: Desktop, Old Computers, Live Medium, NetbooksStatus: ActivePopularity: 11 (877 hits per day) Puppy Linux is yet another Linux distribution. What's different here is that Puppy is extraordinarily small, yet quite full-featured. Puppy boots into a ramdisk and, unlike live CD distributions that have to keep pulling stuff off the CD, it loads into RAM. This means that all applications start in the blink of an eye and respond to user input instantly.
Sabayon Linux Last Update: Saturday 21 December 2013 20:09 GMT OS Type: LinuxBased on: GentooOrigin: ItalyArchitecture: i586, x86_64Desktop: Cinnamon, Enlightenment, Fluxbox, GNOME, KDE, LXDE, Openbox, XBMC, XfceCategory: Beginners, Desktop, Live MediumStatus: ActivePopularity: 28 (434 hits per day) Sabayon Linux is a Gentoo-based distribution which follows the works-out-of-the-box philosophy, aiming to give the user a wide number of applications that are ready for use and a self-configured operating system. Sabayon offers the user an easy-to-use workspace with a captivating look, good hardware detection and a large number of up-to-date software packages installed by default, with additional software available from a repository. Sabayon is available in several flavors featuring respectively the KDE, GNOME, LXDE, Xfce and Enlightenment desktop environments. Popularity (hits per day): 12 months: 23 (462), 6 months: 28 (434), 3 months: 40 (378), 4 weeks: 45 (348), 1 week: 48 (355) Sabayon Linux
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openSUSE.org openSUSE 13.1: Ready For Action! Dear contributors, friends and fans: The release is here! Eight months of planning, packaging, adding features, fixing issues, testing and fixing more issues has brought you the best that Free and Open Source has to offer, with our Green touch: Stable and Awesome. This release did benefit from the improvements to our testing infrastructure and much attention for bug fixing. While a combination of over 6000 packages supporting 5 architectures can never be perfect, we're proud to say this really does represent the best Free Software has to offer! The latest desktops (five of them!)
I've been an Ubuntu fan for some time now. No matter which distro I tried, I always found it lacked some feature or another and I eventually made my way back to Ubuntu. Then I found Mint. Linux Mint is a derivative of Ubuntu which is a derivative of Debian (Debian' = Ubuntu and Ubuntu' = Linux Mint). Why use a derivative of Ubuntu (or Debian for that matter) instead of just using the original product? Simple: The derivative is better. Why Mint over Ubuntu

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This article was posted on: Sun, 22 Dec 2013 14:52:36 +0000 The team is proud to announce the release of Linux Mint 16 “Petra” Xfce. Linux Mint 16 Petra Xfce Edition Xfce is a lightweight desktop environment which aims to be fast and low on system resources, while still being visually appealing and user friendly. This edition features all the improvements from the latest Linux Mint [...] Read more
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