Linux is a great operating system to learn how to use. With the help of Linux live USBs and CDs you can test out a Linux distribution without installing it on your Machine. You can always install Linux in VirtualBox, but this method will take up hard drive space unlike a live USB or CD. […]
Various how to, help, tutorials and tip articles about Ubuntu, Fedora, Linux Mint and other various other Linux distros.
Android 4.2 or Jelly Bean, has been out for a while. If you haven’t had a chance to try it out the latest version of Android you can install the OS in VirtualBox. This is a great way to try out Android without having to buy an Android device. Here is how to install Android 4.2 […]
In the past we have shown you how to install Ubuntu on VirtualBox. This method is good if you want to try out Ubuntu without too much setup. But if you want more power out of Ubuntu, you can always dual boot Ubuntu and Mac OSX. Dual booting Ubuntu and Mac OSX gives you the best of […]
Installing different Window Managers on your Linux distro can be a lot of fun. Here is how to install Blackbox on Ubuntu Linux.
We have shown you how to install Fluxbox on Ubuntu and it was super easy to use interface. With Xubuntu you get a lighter version of Ubuntu that uses Xfce as the window manager. Just like the Fluxbox, Xubuntu is easy to install.
Ubuntu uses the Gnome user interface, this is the window manager you use and the graphical user interface you see. Fluxbox, is similar to Gnome, as a window manager, but is extremely lightweight and customizable.
Most of the instructions for adding extra repositories to Ubuntu requires using the command prompt. If you are unfamiliar with the command prompt or just new to Ubuntu here is a easy and simple way to do this! So what are Ubuntu Repositories? Repositories on Ubuntu are the locations that you can download software from. […]
Few days back we showed you How to Create a Bootable Windows 7 Flash Drive. But what about Linux? Don’t worry we can do the same thing with a little program called UNetbootin.
Last week I showed you How to Setup Ubuntu 9.10 Remix in Virtual Box and I saw the new beta version of Ubuntu 10.04 so I decided to show you guys how to do it too.
With VirtualBox you can run an entire operating system inside your current operating system, Windows, Mac or even Linux, for free. Setting up this operating systems inside another operating system, or virtual machines, can be kind of tricky. But this give you the ability to try out other operating system. One of our favorite virtual […]