Bring Your Old Laptops Back In Service With Light-Weight Linux Distribution

Revive your old laptop back in service using Lubuntu a light-weight version of Ubuntu. I bought this Lenovo IdeaPad S10-3 in 2012 when I was working in Muscat, Oman. This netbook has a blazing Intel Atom processor 1.66GHz, a 2GB DDR3 RAM, and 10″ LCD screen. I was initially thinking of giving it away because […]

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How to create a bootable Ubuntu USB in macOS with Unetbootin

In this guide I will teach you how to create a bootable Ubuntu USB on macOS with Unetbootin. Since Unetbootin is also available for Windows and Linux, this tutorial can be use on those operating system as well with minor differences. Ubuntu Linux is one of the most user friendly Linux distribution in the market. […]

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Neofetch is visually pleasing command-line system information tool

I saw neofetch on reddit. I installed it on my Ubuntu box. It is a really nice looking command line system information tool. I can now show it off to Windows Admin here in the office. Neofetch – A command-line system information tool written in bash 3.2+[/caption] Neofetch Screenshot Please check out their github at […]

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Hiri is the Microsoft Outlook Client For Linux

Microsoft Outlook Requirement As part of my Ubuntu as Daily work OS goal; I have to be able to receive corporate emails, view and set calendar appointments and access the global corporate address book. To do that, I will need an email client that works with my company’s Microsoft Exchange server. I searched the web […]

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How to connect to a Cisco VPN in Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

Here’s the simple steps for you to connect to a Cisco VPN in Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. Cisco, an American company is the leading provider and manufacturer of enterprise network devices, telecommunication hardware, networking security and networking software. According to computer profile as of April 2018, Cisco holds a 73.9% market which makes it the undisputed […]

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