Choosing Linux distribution, which one and why, tips

Choosing Linux Distribution

Hello friends, today I am going to write little bit about choosing Linux distribution, for your needs. There are hundreds of distributions and most of them are useless for certain usages. I am willing to give you everyone a few tips about what distribution or distributions you should use, when, and why. So stay with me and read till the end! I’ve added links to every distribution, links go directly to the distributions website, on a new tab. Choosing Linux distribution(s) For Linux beginners Linux Mint If you are a…

Things to do after installing Debian 9 “Stretch” on your desktop or laptop

things to do after installing debian

Hello my fellow readers, here some things to do after installing Debian on your desktop or laptop computer. All steps are optional and you’re not required to do anything of them. These are the ones that I personally do after a fresh installation. I did the installation with Debian NETINST iso image and usb stick, laptop plugged in to my router, you will soon get to know why I had to plug it in and not use WLAN. I selected Gnome desktop in the installation process, you can choose your…

Customize your GNOME 3 desktop looks

customize your gnome 3 desktop

Customize your GNOME 3 desktop to look fabulous Hello everybody! In this article, I am going to show to many ways ways to customize your GNOME 3 desktop. You are able to modify any Linux operating system desktop looks with Gnome 3 desktop environment. How ever in this tutorial I will be using Debian 9 Strecth. This doesn’t mean that you have to be using the exact same distribution, but some modifications in commands may have to be made for our customizations to work, or certain files may be in…

Upgrading Debian 8 “Jessie ” to Debian 9 “Stretch”

Upgrading Debian 8 "Jessie " to Debian 9 "Stretch"

Upgrading Debian 8 “Jessie ” to Debian 9 “Stretch” In this article, we will be upgrading Debian 8 “Jessie ” to Debian 9 “Stretch” by Linux command line. Method will work both, desktop and server systems. You might also want to read Debians “Whats new on Debian 9” article to make sure you really wanna do it. For example, in the update, Debian 9 will replace MySQL with MariaDB, there is more details about that and other stuff in this article. Now we should get to work and go for…

Configure sudo and add user to sudoers group on Debian

Configure sudo and add user to sudoers group on Debian

Configure sudo and add user to sudoers group on Debian In this article you will learn how to configure sudo and add user to sudoers group on Debian. This method will work both desktop and server versions of Debian. About sudo sudo is a program for Unix-like computer operating systems that allows users to run programs with the security privileges of another user, by default the superuser. It originally stood for “superuser do” as the older versions of sudo were designed to run commands only as the superuser. Source: Wikipedia…