Category Archives: Linux

Synergy – sharing your keyboard, mouse, and clipboard across computers

Having two computers at your desk does not mean two keyboards and two mouses. The software called Synergy hosted over on their webite¬†can help you share your keyboard, mouse, and even clipboard across multiple computers. That is right, multiple, not … Continue reading

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Eclipse Luna Dark Theme on Linux Mint

Update 2 (4/6/2015): The best theme that seems to work flawlessly is “delorean-dark”. Be sure to select it for Desktop and Control in the Themes section. There are many themes are close but this one seems the best all around. … Continue reading

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Hard Drive from Linux (Disable Hybrid Shutdown)

On dual-boot computers, Linux computers are usually able to see and have write access to the Windows hard drive. This is useful for transferring files between the operating systems. With Windows 8 and 8.1, Windows added a quick boot feature … Continue reading

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SSH to your machine from outside your home

If nothing is getting returned, you need a server. You can install a good one called openssh-server… Continue reading

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Flash Player for Browsers on Linux

there are different solutions to get a flash player installed into your browser Continue reading

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Mounting encrypted Linux hard drive with Live USB

Your MOUNT pass-phrase is the one we just got. Enter it! Continue reading

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Owncloud and an external hard drive

Rather, we are going to create a mount point and not a symbolic link. Continue reading

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