Category Archives: Ubuntu

Snipping Tool | Snip & Sketch | Screen Shots & Alternatives

Snipping Tool | Snip & Sketch | Screen Shots & Alternatives

When you need to catch a screen shot or a section of your screen, then the “Snipping Tool” is a great tool. There are other tools at your disposal like “Snip & Sketch” and other alternatives that we will discuss in this tutorial. Snipping Tool The snipping tool has been around for several years. It is Read More

Setting up Multiple Display Monitors and Settings in Linux Mint and Ubuntu

Setting UP Multiple Display Monitors and Settings in Linux Mint and Ubuntu

This post is about setting up multiple display monitors on your Linux Mint or Ubuntu Operating system. In a previous post, I show how to hook up an external monitor. In this post, we will discuss the settings and how to arrange your display monitors. For the record, we refer to monitors as screens and Read More

Synchronize Google Drive with Linux Mint

Synchronize Google Drive with Linux Mint

To synchronize Google Drive with Linux Mint, follow the steps below. This is a straightforward task and even if you’re technically challenged, as some say, you will get through this with no problems. I did not leave out any steps, and I created this so that it is easily understandable. If you disagree, then leave Read More

How To Install Linux Mint | Create Bootable Flash Drive

how to install Linux mint create bootable flash drive

In this tutorial, I will show you how to install Linux Mint and create a bootable flash drive. You can do this install a couple different ways, but I recommend backing up your current computer either way. Recently I created a tutorial on how to back up your Windows 10 computer. Windows 10 Backup Computer Read More

How To Move A Large WordPress Website To A New Server

How To Move A Large WordPress Website To A New Server

In this how to tutorial I will show you how to move a large WordPress website from one server to another. In this tutorial I assume that you already know how to SSH into your server. You must already know these following things, if you do not, click the link and learn them and then Read More

Setting Wallpaper Desktop Background Image in Linux Mint

Setting Wallpaper Desktop Background Image in Linux Mint

To set the wallpaper desktop background in Linux Mint navigate to your picture folder. Right click on any image that you want as your wall paper then select “wallpaper”. It’s really that easy. Background Images & Settings Additionally you can go to your search and type in “Backgrounds” and see all the backgrounds that you Read More

Linux server under a DDoS attack from an IP address? | Easy Instructions

Linux server under a DDoS attack from an IP address

Find out what IP addresses are connected to your server. [code]sudo apt-get install net-tools -y[/code] Check Server Load Be sure to check when everything is running normally, so you have a base number to compare it to. [code]grep processor /proc/cpuinfo | wc -l[/code] Checking Your Network Load We need to install nload for this operation. Read More

Export GMAIL Contacts | Import CSV Evolution | Outlook | Other Email Clients

Export GMAIL Contacts | Import CSV Evolution | Outlook | Other Email Clients

Export GMAIL contacts and then import CSV into Evolution Email Client. You may use this process for Outlook and other email clients. This post assumes a couple things. One, that you have a Google Account with Contacts saved in it. Two, you have Evolution installed on your computer. If you need help installing the Evolution Read More

Gmail Ubuntu | Manage Email Quickly | Evolution Multiple Email Account Solution

Gmail Ubuntu Manage Email Quickly Evolution Multiple Email Account Solution

Would it not be nice to manage Gmail in Ubuntu? Let’s be honest, we all want to manage our email quickly. In Evolution there is a multiple email account solution because emails should be easy, right? The Evolution email program will sync with all of your Gmail calendars  too as well as multiple Gmail accounts. Read More

Install Fonts Ubuntu | Free Commercial Fonts | Tutorial Beginner Level

Install fonts Ubuntu including free commercial fonts. This tutorial is for the Ubuntu beginner level. Install Fonts Ubuntu To install fonts on Ubuntu navigate to your home directory. Create a hidden directory named .fonts. Notice the period in front of the folder name. Now open your fonts directory and drag your ttf, otf or other Read More

Install GIMP 2.10 Update| Simple Instructions | Ubuntu Better Graphic Manipulation

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Install GIMP 2.10 update with these simple instructions. This is for Ubuntu Operating System but you can use this Graphic Manipulation software on Mac and Windows as well. Install GIMP 2.10 + On Ubuntu 16.04 Here are some instructions on installing GIMP on Ubuntu 16.04. If you are like me then you are not ready Read More

Free Operating System | High Quality OS | Installing Ubuntu Linux System

Free Operating System High Quality OS Installing Ubuntu Linux System

There is a free operating system out there called Ubuntu. It is a very High Quality OS that can open up your world in many ways. If you are stuck in the windows nightmare or are fed up with Mac, try Ubuntu. This post will help you with installing Ubuntu but let me tell you Read More

Install WordPress Shell Access Using wget Command Ubuntu Terminal

Install WordPress Shell Access Using wget Command Ubuntu Terminal

This article will help you install WordPress with Shell access ( ssh ) using the wget command in a Linux/Ubuntu terminal. Logging Into Shell If you do not know your shell or ssh login contact your hosting provider and they can provide you with that information. If you already have that information you can proceed. Read More

EXIM CHEAT SHEET

The following EXIM Cheat Sheet will help you manage your EXIM 4 server. To complete these steps, it is helpful if you already are familiar with SMTP, MTA, and UNIX shell prompt. If you are having any issues with email delivery, please check out my post on DKIM, SPF and DMARC records. That post will Read More

Failed to start Load Kernel Modules

Failed to start Load Kernel Modules

If you got this with your new computer upgrade on Ubuntu Linux here is a solution. Hit Ctrl+Alt+F1 on keyboard Type in [code]sudo su[/code] Enter Password. 1. [code]apt-get update[/code] 2. [code]dpkg –configure -a[/code] 3. [code]apt-get dist-upgrade[/code] 4. [code]apt-get -f install[/code] This should get rid of that nasty error.