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In Xubuntu and Ubuntu changing the default background is relatively simple. All you need to do is locate the default background file (a binary file) and replace it with the wanted background. 163 more words


How to use Xubuntu in Ubuntu

XFCE is a great desktop environment that is fully supported and available with Ubuntu. Compared to Unity, it is lighter, its desktop and window UI layout is more traditional and is far most customizable. 180 more words

Ubuntu 16.04 LTS from Alpha to Final

When the code name for Ubuntu 16.04 was revealed, I changed the repositories from 15.10 (Wily) immediately to 16.04 (Xenial).
Yesterday I got the first updates. 32 more words


Laptop's Aren't Upgradable? Ha!

is a pretty dedicated hardware hacker. Instead of chucking a 10 year old laptop with specs weaker than his latest cellphone — he decided to… 313 more words

Laptops Hacks

HUD for xubuntu

I find that xubuntu leaves me wanting for very little feature-wise. The only thing I’ve ever felt disappointed by is its lack of a readily available Heads-Up Display (HUD) for searching through app menus with. 592 more words


Stop xscreensaver Interrupting Full Screen Videos on Multiple Monitors

Previously I posted a script for use on Linux systems which stops xscreensaver from kicking in when a full-screen window has focus. While useful for some setups this script isn’t well suited to multiple monitor configurations where the likelihood of a full-screen window not having focus is greater.   159 more words