Free “as in beer” blogging and web hosting platforms may be convenient, but should you really rely on them?
Linux users should not fear the command line. One simple command could save you dozens of mouse-clicks to do the same task.
It’s been a couple weeks since I’ve returned to ALT Linux and Window Maker as my desktop. How’s it going? To be completely honest with you, it’s been very enjoyable.
In this How-To I review the process of installing the Vivaldi web browser in ALT Linux.
I decided to go back to my Linux roots and revisit one of the first Linux distributions I ever used: ALT Linux.
Here’s a real simple way of using KNotes, in TDE, to capture information from your web browser for use in your other applications.
Here is a comparison on how a few web-mail providers handle incorporating the PGP e-mail signing and encrypting feature in their services.
Here’s a process on creating keyboard shortcuts for your Trinity Desktop to quickly and easily turn the tapping gesture on your netbook’s touch-pad on or off “on the fly”.
It’s been over a year since I decided to install Exe GNU/Linux onto my aging T61 Lenovo laptop. So, how has been Exe performing for me in all that time? […]
Don’t get me wrong, I have enjoyed the convenience of posting content on the Internet with the help of dynamic web applications, like Dokuwiki and Flatpress. But recently I decided […]