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My first impression after installing Arch Linux


It seems frightening at first, but it’s not

Eventhough I’ve worked on UNIX/Linux for some time, I have to say I’m not so experienced. Every day you encounter strange issues that not even the UNIX Pro’s could solve them in one shot, and that’s the beauty of UNIX, although looking from up there it looks like a huge maze with no ending, it’s not really like that. There’s always a solution for any problem! Think of it like a challenging game of chess. Read more…

Step-by-step guide for flashing TWRP 2.8.7.1 on Samsung Galaxy GT-I9195I


The current guide is divided in 2 sections:

  1. Tools that need to be downloaded before starting
  2. Step-by-step guide

WARNING!

  1. Flashing custom recovery will trip your knox!
  2. You are installing this software at your own risk. You may be violating your warranty.

DISCLAIMER:

Modifying or replacing your device’s software may void your device’s warranty, lead to data loss, hair loss, financial loss, privacy loss, security breaches, or other damage, and therefore must be done entirely at your own risk. No one affiliated with the UbuntuLinuxx project is responsible for your actions. Good luck.

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Leaving Mate for KDE


Today’s the day I remove Linux Mint 15 Mate from my PC to re-install the L. M. 15 KDE version.

I’ve got a few good reasons for that, firstly, L.M. 15 Mate isn’t that flexible on the theme side, you can only play with the colors a little, and after you do’it you realise it looks like crap.

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Setting your workpath (alias) on LAMPP


Source

Hosting files outside the htdocs directory

The document root (web root) directory is located at /opt/lampp/htdocs/. All files placed in this directory will be processed by the web server.

To host other files on your system with XAMPP, you can configure an alias with apache.

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Linux Terminal Commands & Shortcuts


Linux Terminal Command Reference

Credits to Alexio from mint comunity.

System Info

date – Show the current date and time
cal – Show this month’s calendar
uptime – Show current uptime
w – Display who is online

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Installed wine


More info on how to do this you can find hereInstalled wine

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