Author: snott

Changed webhost, fixing some post issues

Some posts lost a few paragraphs of content, I am checking the problem and restoring/re-writing the missing parts. Hopefully all will be good in the next couple of days Share:FacebookTwitterWhatsAppTelegramPinterestGoogleMoreLinkedInRedditEmailPrintTumblrLike this:Like...

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Are Linux users cheap?

I have had TONS of conversation with Windows/Mac users saying that most of the people who use Linux as their primary OS are either cheap or total geeks. I always come back at them by stating Linux is a lot more flexible in terms of customization and freedom in general because you do what you want with the system, but they still wont change their minds. Well, today I found something that clearly states the opposite, Linux users can be geeks, but they are definitely not cheap 😀 and I will show it to you. The humblebundle is a...

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Xfce 4.8 first impressions

As you may or may not know, Xfce version 4.8 its finally out. This version has a lot of bug fixes as well as new features. Including the long-awaited network browsing support. This feature makes this DE a breeze to explore and connect to samba and Windows shares, add to that the thunar file manager and you get fast (very fast) network browsing. You can take a tour of this new version by going here Panels in Xfce are one of those things that when you start using them, you can’t imagine your life without them. I use docky...

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Change Icons in Docky

For me, docky its a must have application, it makes your desktop look so cool and it is also very functional and stable (if you are experiencing problems with docky, check out my article for compiling it from source here. Sometimes I am sure you have wondered where does docky get the icons? can I change any of those? well, you can! There is a very simple way to change any application icon to whatever you want, for this example I’m going to change the virtualbox logo for a high-resolution one: 1) Go into applications -> system tools and...

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