Note that this guide is only for software related issues due to which your Ubuntu won't boot. If you have a major system failure because of hardware related issues, like for instance hard disk failure, this guide is useless.
Budgie desktop environment is one of the wonderful contributions of Solus team and several other contributors to the Linux community. It is developed from scratch, and uses technologies similar to GNOME such as GTK+. The desktop looks modern, polished, and very light-weight.
How often do you look for your computer's IP address? May be several times in a day by chance you are troubleshooting network connection or may be once in a blue moon. This or whatever the reason, but if you wished to know your IP address at a glance on your desktop, you have landed at right tutorial.
Did you know that one of the best ways to take a backup of a file or a folder is to create a ISO file and store it in cloud or may be burn it to DVD disc? The advantage in creating an ISO file is having single file that is similar to a zip file, but ISO can be quickly burned to a disc.
When it comes to security programs market, Sophos is highly respected and immensely popular brand. They have made a free version for Linux available which comes with virus scanner and removal tool. It also scans for virus in real-time.
Let's take a look at how to perform virus scan in a Ubuntu PC using ClamAV opensource antivirus program. This guide is tested on Ubuntu 17.10, but should work in older versions of Ubuntu, Linux Mint, and elementary OS too.
Canonical has just announced that the Bionic Beaver 18.04 will use Xorg as default video server instead of Wayland. This comes as no surprise, as I think Canonical pulled the trigger on Wayland too early.
Ubuntu 18.04 LTS development is taking place in full speed and this exciting stable build is expected to be released to public on 26th April 2018. The first beta version is planned be rolled out on 8th March. Ubuntu has started rising up after a slight slump period with the Unity desktop environment.
Status bar (also called as top bar) in Ubuntu 17.10 displays several important info including open programs, day/time, network icons, speaker, and battery icon. By default settings, the Battery icon doesn't indicate how much percentage of battery is remaining.
By default settings, Ubuntu 17.10 displays one clock with one time zone setting in the status bar. I have my family and friends living in other countries, and so I thought it will be handy if I can have multiple clocks on my Ubuntu desktop for which I can specify different time zones in each of the clocks.