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The average consumer gives precious little thought to the technology they use, beyond concerns with their own convenience. The only time they start caring about what’s going on behind the interface they experience is when failures impinge on their convenience. … Continue reading
I’m not going to say they are all related, but a bunch of changes have presented themselves to me lately, things that demanded decisions. Somehow I sense the biggest is yet to come, so I’m trying to take care of … Continue reading
This tutorial assumes a limited familiarity with using Linux already. Most of this will be performed in a terminal emulator window. I recommend you maximize the window size and open two tabs or terminal windows for this. With one we … Continue reading
My Dell XPS 13 came with Ubuntu 16.04. That’s still valid and supported for a few more years yet. However, depending on the kind of work you do on that system, it’s often necessary to upgrade the OS to the … Continue reading
This is a gem: Easy Linux tips project. It’s a set of detailed yet simple instructions for migrating from Windows to Linux. You get to choose between several different Linux distributions all of which are the easiest to use and … Continue reading
Before I get to the Bible lesson, I wanted to make note for my regular readers that Linux Mint is probably the better path to Linux. In particular, I’m going to recommend the 17.2 Release because it offers the most … Continue reading
I’ve installed the latest LTS release of Xubuntu Trusty Tahr (14.04) on an aging laptop. There are a few bugs noted on the release page and I suppose they’ll eventually get those worked out. At any rate, I still refuse … Continue reading
I had enough. By no means did I expect perfection of any sort. The thing was in beta, so it was supposed to be a little buggy. That is not what bothered me. It was the constant defaults that were … Continue reading