Ubuntu Post Install Scripts

Ubuntu Post Install Scripts are a series of scripts specially designed to make things easier for you after installing Ubuntu

Linux Kernel

Install Linux kernel 4.15 and fix various security bugs

The Linux Kernel is the core of the operating system, as this is the one that is responsible for the computer's software and hardware to work together, in the processes and operations that run on the computer, so to speak, it is the heart of the system. That is why having the Kernel updated.

How to use functions in bash

Learn how to use functions in bash as well as control parameters and use different exit codes based on positive or negative results.

Learning Linux

Create your own scripts using bash

Learn how to create your own bash scripts to automate tasks, simplify command syntax, and eliminate repetitive actions by passing parameters.

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Why do you use Ubuntu?

A small opinion poll on why you use Ubuntu on your computer, something that surely more than one has asked you, or not?

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Crashing Systemd is just a tweet away

A bug detected on Debian, Ubuntu and CentOS systems causes the main systemd process to crash and makes it impossible to manage others on the computer.

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The Linux kernel turns 25

The Linux kernel has turned 25 years old today, an age that few expected it to meet or to help create projects as important as Ubuntu ...


Saving ink on Linux

We teach you to save ink with each document that you print in Linux using the free and free EcoFont font.

SteamOS, Valve's distribution

Valve finally announced SteamOS, a Linux-based operating system that aims to revolutionize the PC gaming industry in the living room.

MenuLibre, a complete menu editor

MenuLibre allows us to edit the menu items of applications from environments such as GNOME, LXDE and XFCE. It even supports Unity quicklists.

File Managers in Ubuntu

File Managers in Ubuntu

Post about file managers in Ubuntu mentioning some possibilities within this operating system.

Speech recognition in Linux

James McClain has developed a tool that allows, in a simple way, speech recognition in Linux. Siri for Linux, some claim.

How to add MTP support in Kubuntu

Guide that explains how to add MTP support in Dolphin by installing the corresponding KIO-slave. MTP is used by Android devices, among others.

KDE 4.10: Kate enhancements

The new version of Kate included in KDE SC 4.10 has an extensive list of new features, improvements, and bug fixes.

Installing MDM 1.0.6 on Ubuntu 12.10

Installation guide for the latest version of MDM, the Linux Mint Display Manager, in Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal Quetzal by adding the corresponding repository.

Organize your windows with X-tile

X-tile is a small program that helps us organize our windows. It works in any desktop environment and can be operated from the console.

Download Ubuntu via torrent

It is recommended to download Ubuntu through the BitTorrent network to prevent the official servers from being saturated. In this post we will do it using Deluge.


Kazam, burn your desktop on Linux

Kazam is a free program for Linux that allows us to record our desktop sessions, being able to select the entire desktop or a specific area

Wammu syncs mobile phones with Ubuntu

Wammu is a program for Linux capable of synchronizing mobile phones based on Symbian or proprietary systems from brands such as Samsung, Nokia or Motorola.

Change fonts in KDE

KDE allows you to customize the desktop by easily changing the different fonts used on the system.