This is a good discussion as to why Windows users have a hard time moving to linux. However, if you are open to new things, then you should listen to this video as linux is as easy to use as Windows and it’s also free. What a concept!
Last week Roger and Patrick expressed frustration w/ 3D drivers on Ubuntu Linux in DIY Linux Steambox FAIL!… this week, we got Steam running happily with t…
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We cover the state of media production on Linux, and share our tips to get your own podcast, powered by Linux, off the ground! And we answer a very popular audience question: how to record Skype calls under Linux. Plus: A mini-review of KDE 4.10, Gabe claims Linux is a “get-out-of-jail free pass” for the gaming industry, Carmack says skip native the native port and focus on WINE, we share the great news for new Linux laptop users… AND SO MUCH MORE! All this week on, The Linux Action Show! Show Notes & Download: bit.ly
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This time on the show, can an SSH Proxy become a VPN? We’re bridging networks with a wicked python script.. It’s what happens when a transparent proxy gets together with a VPN and SSH. That’s like a networking threesome! Plus, secure chat in Linux! All that and more, this time on Hak5!
Video demonstration in real time of how to install Linux Mint 14. If you’re new to Linux Mint 14, this is a great tutorial video, and will guide you through the installation and setup process. Very easy to follow step by step instructions to install Linux Mint 14.
To Install New Themes On Linux Mint 13 Cinnamon read below: Steps: 1. Go to “Cinnamon Settings” and select theme. 2. To change theme, just select any one of the theme present there . 3. To Install new theme , click on ” Get New Theme”. 4. Download any theme from the website. 5. Create a folder with name “.themes” into ” Home” directory. 6. Extract the theme into “.themes” folder. 7. Go again to Cinnamon Settings and select theme. 8. Select the latest theme appearing on the list. 9. Enjoy 🙂
The best gadgets at CES this year were running Linux. We round-up the highlights of these Linux powered goodies, and speculate about the future of the expo. Plus Blizzard’s big Linux bombshell, the sunset of WebcamStudio, why you might see a Firefox OS powered smartphone soon, and is Samba less relevant these days? Plus: Your feedback, our picks of the week, and so much more! All this week on, The Linux Action Show! Show Notes & Download: bit.ly