In this guide, we boot into our Arch system that we installed in the previous guide. Here, we configure an Internet connection, a couple of troubleshooting tips, and install some software. This software will include a graphical user interface (GUI) provided by the X server. As with everything else, each step will be performed manually, via the terminal.
Netbeans is a cool Java integrated development environment packed with lots of features along with the capability of extending its functions by adding more plugins. However, there are some of the tools or features in the IDE we rarely use while coding our Java program. This article will provide some tips and tricks for getting more productive on Netbeans. By doing a task more efficiently and getting more from the IDE when in doubt before turning in to the search engines.
We've recently seen the spike in Linux games, many popular gaming platforms have focused on Linux gaming. Last year Steam released Steam Play to play Windows games on Linux. Awesome! The list is growing fast so Linux gamers need Gamehub, an app allows to install, run, uninstall games from different sources from one place.
GNOME Web (or just Web) is another cool Internet browser that is powered by the same engine (Webkit) that powers Opera and Google Chrome Internet browsers. It's aesthetically beautiful while at the same time modern web pages are rendered well like those major browsers. However, it's not the default web browser on GNOME desktop environment nor is it installed out of the box with the Operating System. Read on below to learn more about this cool browser and how you can install it on your computer.
For the past few years we've watched Microsoft's love toward open source by making many of its popular software open source. From Microsoft Edge to Powershell, it has been trying to prove its love for OSS community. And this time, the company has made its Calculator application open source.
Fedora 30 is scheduled to be released on 30, July this year. The new Fedora 30 wallpapers have been made available to download.
Today we'll continue our web server setup series. In this series, we've already installed and setup our web server, configured & secured cPanel and point domain name to the server. At any time if you've trouble setting something up something, let me know in the comment section below. In this article, we'll go about hosting a website on our server. Let's do it.
Every Linux distribution comes with a couple of nice and clean icons themes. Many users just stick to only those themes and never try other awesome themes they've in the bag. In this article, I'm going to list out 10 best Flat design Gnome icon themes that you're going to love. So let's get started!
This is the first of three tutorials covering the installation and configuration of Arch Linux. Throughout the series, we will install, and configure Arch Linux.
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