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How To Know Your Current Screen Resolution Via The Terminal - Ubuntu How To Know Your Current Screen Resolution Via The Terminal - Ubuntu

In this tip, we will see a command line utility called " xrandr " that allows Linux users to know the current screen resolution a...

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How To Know The Number Of Connected Computers To Your Local Network On Ubuntu How To Know The Number Of Connected Computers To Your Local Network On Ubuntu

In this tip, we will see how to use the ' nmap ' command line utility on Ubuntu to scan your local network and display the number of...

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How To Simulate Keyboard Typing Via The Terminal - Ubuntu How To Simulate Keyboard Typing Via The Terminal - Ubuntu

Randtype is a utility that allows users to simulate keyboard typing by outputting via the terminal phrases, characters, files, etc. In this...

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Install Agave To Generate Color Schemes On Ubuntu Install Agave To Generate Color Schemes On Ubuntu

Agave is a lightweight application for GNOME that allows to generate various color schemes from a single color. It will be very useful for ...

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Edit Images On Ubuntu Via Command Line With ImageMagick Edit Images On Ubuntu Via Command Line With ImageMagick

ImageMagick is a software that allows to edit almost all available formats via the command line. You can also use it to automate certain ed...

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Install 'Fdupes' To Find Duplicate Files on Ubuntu Install 'Fdupes' To Find Duplicate Files on Ubuntu

Fdupes is a command line utility for Linux that can help you find duplicate files whatever the name used. In this article, we will see how...

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How To Force Close A Non-Responding Program Or Window On Ubuntu How To Force Close A Non-Responding Program Or Window On Ubuntu

Sometimes, an application refuses to quit on Ubuntu and it becomes non-responding, which will oblige you to restart your computer. Fortunat...

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How To Send Messages and Files On LAN - Ubuntu How To Send Messages and Files On LAN - Ubuntu

If your computer is connected to a local network (LAN) and want to chat with other connected users on Ubuntu, I recommend that you use Iptu...

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Customize the Appearance of the GNOME Desktop with GNOME Color Chooser Customize the Appearance of the GNOME Desktop with GNOME Color Chooser

You can easily customize many options for the GNOME desktop by opening System > Preferences > Appearance . However, these customiza...

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Learn How to Type Fast on a keyboard on Ubuntu Learn How to Type Fast on a keyboard on Ubuntu

Are you typing very slow on the keyboard and keep watching often your fingers while typing? You can really improve your keyboard skills wi...

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How to Speed Up Ubuntu Boot Time and Program Execution How to Speed Up Ubuntu Boot Time and Program Execution

In this guide, we will see some tips that may speed up your system boot time: 1. Preload If your programs take much time to open, you ca...

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Monitor CPU and Memory Usage in Real Time on Ubuntu Panel Monitor CPU and Memory Usage in Real Time on Ubuntu Panel

With a simple indicator applet, you can display CPU and memory usage in real time on your Ubuntu upper panel (memory and CPU usage are expr...

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How to Install Gnome 3 on Ubuntu 11.04 (Natty) How to Install Gnome 3 on Ubuntu 11.04 (Natty)

Gnome 3 is released, but it is currently made compatible with Ubuntu 11.04 (Natty). The Gnome 3 PPA is still experimental and is not compat...

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Fill Your Ubuntu Desktop With Widgets Fill Your Ubuntu Desktop With Widgets

Widgets are small utilities you can add on your desktop. They allow to display information about weather, currency exchange, email alerts,...

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