Category : Linux

Access Windows Servers From Ubuntu Using Remmina

Access Windows Servers From Ubuntu Using Remmina

IT professionals need access to their client’s machines at a moments notice. There are several ways to accomplish the task including several free options. Windows itself has a built-in Remote Desktop feature which ensures connections with a remote server are seamless and easy. If you’re looking for a comparable option in Linux, then Remmina Remote […]

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Firefox 9 Released With Speed Improvements

Firefox 9 Released With Speed Improvements

Firefox 9 is out and available for download and update. The rapid release cycle for Firefox continues as it has been roughly six weeks since Firefox 8 was released. With version 9, Firefox brings a lot of behind the scenes updates and bug fixes and more importantly for users, a faster browsing experience.     […]

How To Add A Screensaver To Ubuntu 11.10

How To Add A Screensaver To Ubuntu 11.10

The lack of a native screensaver, other than the blank screen, in Ubuntu 11.10 is baffling, but there is another option. Xscreensaver is an easy to setup option to get back the screensaver Ubuntu is missing. How To Install and Setup Xscreensaver Uninstall gnome-screensaver. sudo apt-get remove gnome-screensaver Install the xscreensaver packages. sudo apt-get install […]

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How To: Custom Icon Themes [Ubuntu]

How To: Custom Icon Themes [Ubuntu]

I’ve read many posts where folks want to use a custom icon for an application or apply an icon to an app that currently doesn’t have an icon tied to it and decided to share my solution and hopefully help someone else. This article is ported from Ubuntu Forums to preserve and update the data. […]

How To Add Shortcuts To Favorites In Gnome-Shell [Ubuntu]

How To Add Shortcuts To Favorites In Gnome-Shell [Ubuntu]

Ubuntu 11.10 was released in October and with it came numerous possibilities for look and style. By default Ubuntu 11.10 comes with Unity desktop environment, but that can easily be changed by installing gnome-shell. Gnome-shell is an alternative to Unity and replaces the old gnome panel. Today we’ll be looking at how to add shortcuts […]