Linux section of the site is another thing that I’ve been neglecting as of late and because of that today we’re gonna be talking about Linux. Topic of the article might be a bit simplistic, but I’m gonna share it with the world anyway. Recently when I was trying to setup Linux Mint on my… Read More »
Here’s a video tutorial where I show how you can enable GTK menu icons when running KDE.
You might not know this, but instead of trying to fix HDMI out when connecting Linux to TV, you might want to consider using VGA and having overscan issues.
Here’s a simple method of how you can generate Xorg.conf when running Nvidia driver on Linux/Ubuntu.
If you are having issues with TV overscan on Linux/Ubuntu and you’re using the proprietary Nvidia driver, here’s a simple fix for your problem.
I’ve noticed that when you add icons to Docky by dragging and dropping them from the desktop they don’t work. Here’s how you can get around that.
With Kazam, a free screencasting software for Linux, you can record both speaker and microphone audio on Linux/Ubuntu when recording desktop. Here’s how.
With inxi, a small and lightweight command line utility, you can find out system information under Linux in great detail. CPU, graphics, memory and more.
Here’s another hide folders how to, except this one is for Linux. Here you’ll find out how to hide folders both graphically and by using the terminal.
How to print multiple photos on Linux is one of many things that’s puzzling to new Linux users. Here you can find out how to do that with gThumb.