Sometimes it is necessary to put restrictions on users, if you have a computer to the public or used by many people. For example a library, we can not allow anyone to put their taste or change certain settings. In your Gnome desktop environmentRead more »
This post is devoted to the art of spacing out and letting your eyes play tricks on you :)Read more »
This tutorial is a continuation of my previous post How to setup a LAN DNS server using Bind9 under Debian and Ubuntu Linux which covers the installation of bind9 on a Debian/Ubuntu system. This new tutorial will cover the Dynamic DNS features of bind9.Read more »
One of the things that many people buying new computer or other hardware consider is the hardware compatibility with GNU/Linux. Actually many people do not even think about that. They just go to the shop, buy something that they liked and after that go home and install some distribution.Read more »
I screwed up my Ubuntu desktop. I accidentally deleted the panels and the icons on my Ubuntu desktop. The whole desktop is messed up, I can't figure out how to restore it?
After googling around, I found a solution how to fix this mess. To restore the Desktop settings, just run these command in the console:Read more »
Ubuntu is a popular and widely used Linux distribution today. Ubuntu is simple, easy to use, and user-friendly. Its my personal favorite GNU/Linux distribution. Ubuntu is the best alternative to Windows operating system. If you consider switching from Windows to GNU/Linux, I would personally recommend Ubuntu.Read more »