19 posts with tag "ubuntu"
January 28th, 2017 14,524
Xubuntu desktop is the XFCE Ubuntu flavor. Lightweight, elegant, easy to use and configure for any workstation. Moreover, ideal solution to revive old systems.
January 26th, 2017 15,780
Ubuntu desktop in version 16.04 LTS is a Free and Open Source workstation environment, which can meet the requirements of the vast majority of users.
January 12th, 2017 17,695
PhpStorm is a excellent php IDE written in Java. This is a guide on how to install it on Ubuntu. Basic configuration.
Google Chrome is free but not Open Source, so it is not pre-installed on Ubuntu 16.04 This is a simple guide to setup and configure Google Chrome.
Mozilla Firefox is installed by default on Ubuntu 16.04 This is a simple guide to configure Firefox (Preferences, Java plugin, Adobe Flash plugin).
A simple guide to setup Java (Oracle Java or OpenJDK) on Ubuntu 16.04 desktop. Basic configuration.
A simple guide to setup samba on Ubuntu Workstation. How to mount samba shares with CIFS.
December 25th, 2016 15,862
How to manage your passwords on Linux (Ubuntu) workstations, Android devices using KeePass. How to sync to make them available anywhere.
December 19th, 2016 12,049
Ubuntu 16.04 seems to be ready for SSD. Here are some steps you should take to extend the life of your SSD drive. The keypoint is to reduce write actions.
December 17th, 2016 4,464
A simple guide to setup and monitor APC UPS on two or more Ubuntu/Debian computers (Master - Slave(s) setup) using apcupsd
December 11th, 2016 6,304
A simple guide to setup APC UPS on Ubuntu workstation computer (standalone mode) using apcupsd
Power Management module on Ubuntu 16.04 is a flexible tool to manage your computer UPS.
November 25th, 2016 5,041
A simple guide to setup Oracle Virtualbox on Ubuntu 16.04
November 13th, 2016 10,830
After installation of Ubuntu Desktop 16.04, mouse is very sensitive (practically unusable) in most systems with wireless mouse.
Find out how to add and remove software and apply system updates in Ubuntu Desktop (GUI utilities and command line version).
October 25th, 2016 13,084
After installing a new Linux kernel, old kernels are not automatically deleted. They remain in your disk. You have to delete them manually. Why?
Installation and Configuration of Memcached, free & open source, high-performance, distributed memory object caching system with PHP on production Debian Server
Enabling GZIP compression saves bandwidth and may increase website response. Use web server logs or various online tools to check gzip compression setup.
Updating Debian Server: how to get notifications, how urgent is to upgrade, which are security updates, when reboot required, which services need restart.