Switch Debian 10 RC release to stable

When you installed your Debian 10 server by using one of the pre-releases, then you will get the following error message now that Debian 10 (Buster) has been released. N: Repository 'http://security.debian.org/debian-security buster/updates InRelease' changed its 'Version' value from '' to '10' E: Repository 'http://security.debian.org/debian-security buster/updates InRelease' changed its 'Suite' value from 'testing' to 'stable' ... Read more

How to Copy Files with SCP between Linux Servers

1.1 SCP Command Line-An Overview

 

The SCP command line is commonly used to copy files over SSH, and between popular Operating systems like Linux, Mac and Windows in a secure fashion. SCP is used to copy files to/from a remote server. It also allows you to copy files from one remote server to another remote server, without passing traffic through your PC.

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Incorrent Time on Windows/Linux Dual Boot System

If you work on a dual boot system you might experience that when you log off from Windows, onto Linux, and to Windows again, the time that is shown in the bottom right corner might be an hour or more off the actual time. This will correct once you refresh it by loading the time ... Read more

Install Steam on Ubuntu and Linux Mint

With Steam support for Linux, there will most likely be a whole lot more games coming out for Ubuntu and its consorts. While the database of games with Linux support still grows, many titles are already available. To install Steam on Ubuntu or Linux Mint, open a Terminal and enter the following commands: sudo apt-key ... Read more

Switch between multiple desktops on Windows with Sysinternals

Surely you have witnessed this feature on a Linux system before: with a simple key combination the user is able to switch between multiple instances of the same desktop to reduce the clutter that you get when you open everything on just one desktop. That way, you can have your mail client open on one ... Read more

Install Minecraft on Ubuntu 12.10 and Mint 14

Minecraft provides you with really good support on Linux. To be able to play, you need to download the .jar file from the official website first (you need that from the Minecraft for Linux / Other section: http://minecraft.net/download. After you have it, you need to check if the java runtime environment is installed: open Synaptic ... Read more

Activate the title bar in Mozilla Thunderbird 17 again

Starting with the Mozilla Thunderbird 17, the classic title bar has been hidden in Thunderbird. To get the classic title bar back, follow these steps: Start Mozilla Thunderbird. Open the config editor by clicking on Tools -> Options -> Advanced -> General -> Config Editor (button) Navigate to the setting "mail.tabs.drawInTitlebar" in the config editor and set ... Read more