Ubuntu Phone, is it going to be a super nice phone? I hope so. But a very interesting thing about this phone is that it can be a full PC when docked. Every edge of the screen is used on this phone and this makes navigating through your content extremely enjoyable. It makes your apps […]
As you may be aware, in the last 24 hours Ubuntu Forums was hacked. At the time of writing, the Forums are still down and the Administrators have noted they are currently working on the issue as quickly as possible. It’s important to note that if you are a registered user of Ubuntu Forums and […]
GNOME Schedule is a graphical user interface (GUI) tool that leverages the power of cron. It brings together the power of cron with the ease-of-use. Whilst we can use the command-line to schedule tasks, we can also use GNOME Schedule to complete the same task.
I am a cool geek (I think) and I want my Ubuntu box to be as cool as possible. Lately, Ubuntu is losing users and fans, but I do not care. Even if everybody starts to hate Ubuntu, I will use it. I love to explore things. At the moment Ubuntu is my home. Now, […]
Backing up files is very important because it protects you from hardware breaks, natural disasters or other errors. In this tutorial i will teach you how to use your ssh server to backup your files. This wonderful tool, called Deja Dup can backup
Hi geeks. Do you know about Ubuntu 13.10 wallpaper contest? This competition is open to everyone, so if you think you have the skills to make wallpapers for million of user’s desktops, this is the perfect time and chance. If your friends keep telling you that your wallpapers suck? It is time to prove them […]
There’s an important piece of software sitting on your computer that you are probably completely unaware that it’s even there. Or you simply take it for granted. One of the two. I am referring to your Linux system’s firewall. If you’re running Ubuntu, then the systems firewall configuration tool, ufw is what we use. In […]
Just one week out from the release of Upstart 1.9, Ubuntu has pushed out 1.9.1. Upstart is an event-based replacement for the /sbin/init daemon which handles starting of tasks and services during boot, stopping them during shutdown and supervising them while the system is running. It was originally developed for Ubuntu, but is intended to […]