Gotta love that LTS experience!
Going back in time and decided to use a stable and solid ubuntu release, until the next LTS release in april 2018.
it’ been running practically without hiccups, so it’s my distro at the moment. Just hope that Ubuntu Gnome stays an independent branch until there. Fingers crossed.
Now let’s head to what matters: Continue reading “Ubuntu 16.04 LTS Xenial Xerus | Post-install guide”
Going for ubuntu after the the unity death, still instead of going to the new Ubuntu Desktop experience, I downloaded a daily Gnome image. i generally liked this version of Ubuntu, but it really doesn’t compare to Fedora in terms of stability and coherence.
Anyways, let’s roll.
Continue reading “Ubuntu 17.10 beta | A post-install guide”
Still in Beta, but decided to make this how-to anyways. Shall we begin? Continue reading “Fedora 26 – A Simple post-install guide”
I was running Fedora 25. but I started getting that itch when beta version of Fedora is released. So I decided to go on and do some updating.
here’s how I’ve done it
Continue reading “How to Updgrade Your Fedora Version”
Been long since I’ve played with Xubuntu. And since i couldn’t install debian the way i wanted because it didn’t detected my wi-fi card, decided to go for Xubuntu. And it was ok.
So here is another post installing guide.
Continue reading “Xubuntu 16.04 LTS | A post installation guide”
Today let’s make that IP Static and change the dns address.
A for the static ip, i can be useful for example, if you have a lot of devices at home or office, and want to keep track of every single one of them. The dns aspect side of the thing, allows one for instance to access blocked websites if your ISP or goverment blocked them.
So let’s do this the easy way, meaning through the GUI side of things.
01. Open the terminal and type
and here’s the the output that matters. Continue reading “Static IP Address and Change DNS on Fedora”
Yes, back at the scene after a period of absence due to personal issues. And, guess what: back at Fedora linux too. To my core, I do think this is the distro to stick with. I really feel at home.
I was keen to try the fedora 25 beta, but decided to stick with the current stable release of Fedora.
In the previous post I acclaimed the powers and versatility of Fedy. But old habits die hard and I decided to keeo on doing stuff via the command line interface.
So let us begin . shall we? Continue reading “Fedora 24 – Simple post-install guide”