Yeah, we've all been there. You, in a fit of bravery or possible foolishness (maybe because you tucked your shirt into your underwear?) have decided to do some system-level messing and have accidentally deleted or messed up an important file. If you mess up the sources.list file found in the /etc/apt directory, then you might … Continue reading How To Fix A Corrupted Sources.list File
Yes, you heard me right. Ubuntu is on the Windows Store, just as Microsoft promised at Build 2017. If anyone here remembers (well, I do) Microsoft announced that Ubuntu, Fedora and OpenSUSE would all be sold on the WIndows Store come the Fall Creators Update. Well, I'm pleased to say that Microsoft have kept their … Continue reading Ubuntu Is Now On The Windows Store
Are you a Mac fan? Do you want your GNOME desktop to look like mine? Then you need my tutorial on How to make GNOME look like macOS. It will rekindle your love of macOS, and it's completely, 100% FREE!!! Keep on reading for details. Extensions you'll need: First, you'll need to open the terminal and type the following: … Continue reading How to make GNOME look almost exactly like macOS
Linux is ugly. Yes, I know, I'm the guy who's always rooting for Linux. But it is ugly by default. Ubuntu's default "Humanity" icon pack is atrocious, and GNOME's "Adwaita" is even worse. The problem is, developers of Linux distros and desktop environments focus more on functionality than they do eyecandy. For example, by default, … Continue reading Linux .desktop Files: The Essential Guide
Great news, Linux fans: Linux Kernel v4.12 is now available!!!! There are loads of great new features, but it would take forever to list them all, so here are my favourites: Noveaou (Linux's NVIDIA drivers) now support the GeForce GTX 1000 There are sound driver fixes for Intel Skylake processers There is now built-in support … Continue reading Linux Kernel 4.12 Released!