How to use multiple screens on lightweight desktops: Arandr and Xrandr

This  time the post comes as a PDF file so that any unneeded marking errors could be avoided. The topic of today is about using multiple screens on lightweight desktops.

Techtimejourney.net: How to use multiple screens on lightweight desktops: Arandr and Xrandr.pdf

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Getting rid of history

One of the most common things happening when a computer is being used for a long time is that there tends to be various logs and extra files, which remain anything but useful. Given the previous, it is sometimes in place to purge some historical records and throw  those residuals out from the system altogether.  Here are some cleaning techniques for Linux boxes. Continue reading

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For sudo and root users: Dealing with Apt and dpkg errors

Having just experienced a total website crash due to a failed upgrade it is only in place to talk about some of the common errors of apt and dpkg and how to fix them – so that the system can possibly recover from some serious crashes. Continue reading

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Voyager (The blue Vlc skin)

Here is Voyager skin for Vlc released under GPL

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Solving ufw-init problems with custom kernel

When you are using a customized kernel, which you have built it is likely that enabling ufw firewall does not always work as intended.

More specifically, you are likely to encounter the following error when you type ufw enable as a root or a sudo:

ERROR: problem running ufw-init Continue reading

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