Peppermint OS 7 was released back in June with many graphical changes. I personally did not like the font change. Before, it was better. Well, at this time I'm using Peppermint OS 7 because it's faster and it has few apps that I need. I have also tried Plasma in Peppermint OS 7 and so far it is working smooth. If you like Plasma but you're using Peppermint, then check out this article to install KDE Plasma 5 in Peppermint OS.
[Solved] Dependency Is Not satisfiable: libvpx1 Error While Installing VirtualBox In Linux Mint 18 Beta
Linux Mint 18 Beta was recently released. Though it's beta but since its release I have been using it without any issue. There is no crash, no stuck. Pretty stable. But, today when I tried to install VirtualBox in Linux mint, it gave me an error that the dependency not satisfied libvpx1. If you're using Linux Mint 18 Beta then you'll not be able to install Virtualbox or any other app if that depends on libvpx1.
Linux Mint is an open source, free and Ubuntu based Linux distribution. This is the distribution with which I started exploring Linux. It was the simplest one I could try out. Today it is simple plus more stable. Recently the Linux Mint team announced the next version Linux Mint 18 beta release with some great changes and improvements. I have tried it out. In this article, Let's see in brief what's new in this beta release.
Evernote is very popular note taking application allows to create, edit and delete notes from their web based application as well as Evernote client app available for Windows, Mac and all major mobile platforms. Sadly Evernote does not provide any client app for Linux. There are some unofficial clients for Evernote such as Everpad. But there are always some issues with such unofficial clients. In this article, I have come up with the list of 3 Evernote alternatives that provide all note taking features with Linux client to sync notes right from your Linux desktop.
We all love Nintendo games that we played in our childhood. Remember Mario Bros? I still love to play that one and many other. If you wish to play your favorite Nintendo games, then no problem you can play your favorite games in Linux using ZSNES, an SNES emulator programmed in assembly language.
Today I am going to review the app that media lovers are going to like a lot. It's not just an app but a media server that holds your media and sync it across all of your devices so that you can get your media anytime, anywhere. We're going to sync media using Plex Media Server for Linux. Plex media server is available for all operating systems including Linux operating systems, Ubuntu, Fedora and CentOS and all other derivatives.
Pay Attention! Linux Mint 17.3 ISOs Were Hacked On 20th February - Check If You Are Infected Or Not
Here is a bad news coming from Linux Mint. Today Clem, member of Linux Mint community posted that ISOs of Linux Mint 17.3 were hacked on 20th of February, 2016. Yes! You heard that right. It's something that teaches lesson to all those who don't check MD5 hash to confirm that the image they downloaded are original and not hacked one. Well if you downloaded Linux Mint 17.3 then you should immediately do the following things to be safe.
How To Disable Touchpad While Writing Article Or Documentation In Ubuntu/Linux Mint Or Derivatives Linux
I am a blogger so most of my time goes in writing articles and tutorials. One problem that I have been facing while typing is that my palm comes in contact with the touchpad and the cursor moves somewhere else on the screen or editor and my article is all messed up. I even have to rethink and rewrite sometime when many lines have got deleted due to this problem. But finally I have found the solution to this problem. Here is how you can fix this.
uGet is an open source and free download manager. It's available for all major operating systems including Linux. Today uGet team (2 members only, amazing!) announced a new version uGet 2.0.5 with some changes and bug fixes. Let's see what's changed and fixed in this new version and how you can install or upgrade in Ubuntu/Linux Mint or Derivatives.
Ubuntu comes with two default themes namely Ambiance and Rediance. Both of the themes are nice and simple. But isn't it better if you can make Ubuntu more attractive by installing custom themes? Yes you can! Ubuntu and all other Linux distributions allow you to install custom themes. In this tutorial I'll show you how you can transform your Ubuntu to like Windows 10 by installing custom Windows 10 looking theme.