Category Archives: Linux tutorials
VortexBox is a free, open source (GPL v3), quick-install ISO that turns your unused computer into an easy-to-use music server/jukebox. Once VortexBox has been loaded on an unused PC, it will automatically rip CDs to FLAC and MP3 files, ID3 … Continue reading
After 2 years of of development, Elive 2.0 landed under the codename “Topaz”. The new release comes with many improvments. Elive “Topaz” is based on debian and use Enlightenment 17 as a default desktop .The authors of Elive claim that … Continue reading
This is a nice theme for Burg (Need burg, an updated version of grub 2), If you have Burg installed (If not see how to install Burg in Ubuntu) then download and extract radiance theme to/boot/burg/themes
This is a collection of Chrome extensions for week9, maybe for some of these extensions you diden`t hear about before.
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/QuickTips Older versions of Ubuntu (before 5.10 Breezy Badger) came with the Gnome foot on the Applications menu. If you want you can change it follow these instructions as well: Following these instructions, you can put any image you … Continue reading
On 9th February 2010, KDE Software Compilation 4.4.0 was released.Now If you are under fedora 12 kde and you want to upgrade to the new 4.4 version then follow the instructions described in this quick howto.
This is a quick tip for people using fedora 12 behind a proxy. If happens that you want to install software or update your system but diden`t work, then this solution may help you. This happened to me before so … Continue reading