April 8, 2011 · General · 6 comments

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After trying many tiling window managers, I came to the conclusion that they are not really what I was looking for. I needed something less intrusive that would provide the same kind of power but would not break my current workflows.
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March 14, 2011 · General · 8 comments

I am happy to announce the release of Pinguy OS 11.04 Pre-Alpha. This version has the ability to do OEM installs. XBMC and Ultracopier added as default apps. TED has been removed because of peoples fears of legal use. mvPod has been replaced with Arista Transcoder as this can encode video for more devices then just the iPod.

Things that still need to be added is Elementary-Nautilus, rapid-photo-downloader and Native ZFS File system. Also replace openjdk-6-jre with Oracle Java as openjdk-6-jre is not allowed with a few bank sites.
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November 7, 2010 · General · 4 comments

This is a guest post by Antriksh Yadav of Right Now In Tech.

Now, go ahead to the next window. Here, most of the settings are your preferences. But here are the typical settings for anyone.If you're a Linux fan, you're probably using it. Ubuntu is the most widely supported Linux distribution. Almost every Linux user is familiar with it. Here's a little tip. You can use Ubuntu's Evolution Mail (also comes with many other Linux distributions) to manage your Gmail account. And it's pretty easy.

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November 5, 2010 · General · 8 comments

You find GRUB ugly right? Everyone does. It's supposed to be better and cleaner, but it is so restricted and hard to edit. I am here to the rescue! You can easily use the Windows bootloader to boot into Windows or Ubuntu, with no hassle.

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September 17, 2010 · General · 4 comments

Many times i've used this website to get useful tips that helped me in ubuntu so I thought of giving back to this great community.

There's a topic always asked about on forums and the answers are typically wrong, unuseful, doesnt work, etc.. I had the same problem, I figured it out so I thought about posting it here. How to save the infamous telnet output automatically to a file on your pc.

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