Browsing articles tagged with " guide"
Jul
3
2012

Install Blender On Ubuntu – Free 3D Modeling Application + Tutorials


Blender is a free suite of 3d content creation applications openly available on most operating systems including Ubuntu. You can download Blender through the software manager or by clicking this link, if all else fails you can just type the following in your terminal. sudo apt-get install blender   Cosmic Read More

Jun
27
2012

Install MythTV on Ubuntu

MythTV is a Free Open Source software digital video recorder (DVR) project distributed under the terms of the GNU GPL. It has been under heavy development since 2002, and now contains most features one would expect from a good DVR (and many new ones that you soon won’t be able to live without). If Read More

Jun
21
2012

How To Change Your Hostname In Ubuntu

This post will be a quick to the point tutorial on how to change hostname in Ubuntu. Simply execute the following commands and instructions and everything will function nice and smoothly. sudo nano /etc/hostname Change the value to your desired hostname, save and exit. Now you just need to update your Read More

Jun
21
2012

How To Install KDE4 In Ubuntu

This tutorial will teach you how to install KDE4 in Ubuntu (See above screenshot). KDE stands for “K Desktop Environment” and is in my opinion at least the best desktop environment available. In this tutorial you have to decide whether you would like to install the kubuntu-desktop package with Ubuntu Read More

Jun
20
2012

Using The TOP Command In Linux

This quick tutorial will show you how to use the “top” command to look at what processes are slowing your system down and also how to kill those tasks if need be. So lets get started by opening a new terminal window. Now lets use the command “top” in your open terminal, you will see a list of processes Read More

Jun
18
2012

How To Setup FTP Server In Ubuntu

This quick to the point tutorial I will cover how to setup FTP server in Ubuntu using vsftpd. So lets get started and install FTP server by running the following commands. sudo apt-get install vsftpd Ok now that we have it installed its only using default settings which allow anyone with a system account Read More

Jun
4
2012

Basics Of Terminal/CMD

In this guide I will be showing you how to simply navigate your file system in both Linux/Unix Terminal and Windows Command Prompt (CMD). So lets begin… Linux/Unix Terminal Open up a fresh terminal window. So lets say you wanted to switch to your desktop folder all you have to do is type in “cd ~/Desktop”. Read More

May
8
2012

How To SSH Connect To A Server/VPS

In this quick and simple tutorial I will show you how to connect to a Server/VPS/Etc using SSH in terminal. All you need to do is open a new terminal CTRL+ALT+T and then enter either of the commands below. ssh root@x.x.x.x OR ssh -l root x.x.x.x You should replace root (purple) with whatever username Read More

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