Ubuntu Wallpaper

Here is a cool theme pack for your Ubuntu desktop. The theme color for this customization is green. So, I have included a green login screen, a green theme, and a green icon pack with a green wallpaper.

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In Linux there is no GUI to change the MAC address. Here is an easy way to change your MAC address from the terminal in four easy steps.

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Faster Firefox

Wifi is one area which Ubuntu can not still address. The result of Atheros or Broadcom not submitting any generic code for their respective hardwares, takes a toll on Linux, as their wifi drivers are not supported out of the box.

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Faster Firefox

Ziproxy is a free and open source application for Linux which speeds up the internet connection over a network by offering many different compression technologies which considerably save your network bandwidth.

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Faster Firefox

Today, I will talk about the most widely used application, the terminal. These three applications let you have Quake and Unreal Tournament style terminals.

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RecordMyDisk

Ever wanted to create a video tutorial in Linux? You have tried every software on the internet and it does give results but far from good? Check this out, RecordMyDesktop.

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Linux Fear

Linux has finally captured 1% of the worldwide PCs. But what are the rest of the 99% doing. Do they dual boot or do they at all know a thing about Linux, let aside using it! Here are some of the n00b questions/statements I had to face about Linux, and simple answers to them.

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Linux also, manages it’s fonts in a similar manner to that f Windows. It uses folders to store fonts. Here is a quick tip on installing fonts on Linux. It includes copying the font to one of the font folders and then updating the font cache.

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Bootchart

How fast is you Linux bootup speed? What factors are slowing it down? Check out this software for a detailed analysis of your bootup process. The data is presented graphically with individual resource usage of processes.

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Optimizing the swap file speeds up the system a lot. Here are two methods, one to reduce swap usage, and another to create a swap file instead of swap partition.

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crontab_generator

Cron jobs are basically scheduled tasks for Linux based OS, that are supposed to run at certain intervals, users can manually add cron jobs to their system by using the command “crontab –e” and editing the file to add new cron job.

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f11release

Fedora the popular Linux distro has finally released Fedora 11 an update over Fedora 10 which was just released around 7 months ago, this new release includes several changes to Fedora Desktop

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Ubuntu Linux or any Linux operating system can use a swap partition for paging in case if it runs out of physical memory. The swap partition is not a mandatory requirement for using Linux but it is advisable that you have a swap partition setup to avoid memory bottleneck in case you run out of your physical memory.

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For me Linux has always been a Command Line Interface (CLI) as opposed to a Graphical User Interface (GUI), learning commands the hard way is the best way to remember them, but why type over commands that you have already typed in a current or previous session in the console? Here is a simple tip [...]

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Just got a tweet about BOSS (Bharat Operating System Solutions) which is a Indian flavor of Linux developed by C-DAC (Centre for Development of Advanced Computing) for enhancing the use of Free/ Open Source Software throughout India. This Indian GNU/Linux distribution is currently localized for Indian languages such as Hindi and Tamil. The main aim [...]

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