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5 Cybersecurity Tips to Help Linux Users Protect Their Computers

Cybercrime is a  growing threat that has caused most internet users to rethink how they protect their data and information. Cybercriminals are getting more...

Can Linux Run Video Games?

Linux and Gaming Linux is a widely used and popular open source operating system that was first released back in 1991. It differs from operating...

Which is the Best Linux Distros for Students?

Schools have resumed with students returning with renewed determination and competitive spirit to the classrooms. Are you one of these students? You want every...

Setting up a Cluster With Proxmox

Setting up a Cluster With Proxmox In this article we try to make a cluster using Proxmox. These tests were performed with two nodes, although it...

How To Get Information About Your Hardware With hwinfo Utility

There are many tools that are built to get information about hardware components and one of them is the hwinfo command-line linux utility. It...

How To Check CPU Information In Three Different Ways In Linux

Dear Linux geeks, Sometimes you need to find information about your CPU on your Linux machine and there are many ways to do it. So...

How to Test System Stability Using MPrime

When you get a new CPU and want to overclock it, typically you need to verify and stabilize your tested settings. First off let us...

How to install AMD Catalyst 12.8 in Ubuntu

First off, this is the proprietary driver for AMD Radeon HD owners, version AMD Catalyst 12.8. So far, there is not solution for GNOME...

How to fix your discrete GPU temperatures

During summer sessions, computer hardware is getting seriously hot and needs our attention. The most common problem causing artefacts into your screen is due...

Gooseberry – An alternative to Raspberry Pi

Gooseberry is another alternative to Raspberry Pi, and according to the manufacturers it is three times faster than its rival. This new berry comes...

Secure Erase your SSD

The SSD drives have already hit the market and their arena is shaping up to be fierce with a lot of players. For those...

Nvidia 302.17 has been released! Install in Ubuntu12.04, LinuxMint13, Fedora17

Few days ago was released Nvidia 302.17, the new release comes with many new features, improvements and bug fixes, some of the new added...

AMD released ATI Catalyst 12.3, howto Install in Ubuntu and LinuxMint

AMD announced the release of AMD / ATI Catalyst 12.3, the biggest news of this new release is that Catalyst 12.3 now fully supports...

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