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Build your own Arch Linux Server [Tutorial]

Saturday 28th of March 2015 03:07:58 AM

The best tutorial to help a new user in installing and configuring an Arch Linux server.

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Multibooting Linux systems with UEFI

Wednesday 25th of March 2015 12:18:23 PM

J.A. Watson has written an interesting post on mutli-booting Linux with UEFI.

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How to test Gnome 3.16 on Arch Linux?

Tuesday 24th of March 2015 01:24:22 PM

Gnome 3.16 is undoubtedly going to be an amazing release. There are so many improvements under the hood and on the surface that even a casual user will notice them.

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How to use GPG on Linux to encrypt your data

Saturday 21st of March 2015 02:26:28 PM

Here's a guide to getting you up and running with GnuPG in the Linux command line, we'll show you how to set up your keys, encrypt data and more!

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The top five Twitter client for Ubuntu Linux

Saturday 21st of March 2015 02:07:06 PM

We look at the best Twitter clients for Linux!

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No love lost: Microsoft tries to block Linux on Windows machines

Saturday 21st of March 2015 01:57:33 PM

Secure Boot is back with vengeance, this time users may truly be locked into using Windows!

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Seamonkey review: Firefox’s lightweight hyper-functional cousin

Monday 16th of March 2015 09:29:53 PM

I admit it, Seamonkey definitely isn't the lightest weight browser-- far from it. But for the crazy amount of functionality it provides, this is as lightweight as it gets!

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ownCloud gets new release cycle

Friday 13th of March 2015 12:24:02 PM

ownCloud introduce new subscription tiers and announce a new release cycle.

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How to install Virtualbox in Arch Linux

Monday 9th of March 2015 05:14:37 PM

This article will assist you in getting started with a virtual machine in Arch Linux.

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How to transfer and play unsupported videos on iPad and iPhone

Wednesday 4th of March 2015 02:04:20 PM

This article will help you in transferring videos between your Linux system and iOS device. It allows you to play unsupported videos on iOS.

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How to get started with Android Studio on Ubuntu

Wednesday 4th of March 2015 03:41:23 AM

A quick guide on installing the latest release of Android Studio on Ubuntu

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How to securely store Bitcoins with Electrum [Tutorial]

Wednesday 4th of March 2015 03:40:15 AM

In this review-tutorial I look at the bitcoin wallets out there, which is the best, and how to get started with it.

The post How to securely store Bitcoins with Electrum [Tutorial] appeared first on Linux Veda.

Use VLC like a pro: Half a dozen things you didn’t know it could do

Saturday 28th of February 2015 07:53:22 PM

VLC is more commonly known as a video player, however there are many advanced features of VLC which most users are not aware of. We have picked half a dozen such features for this article.

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