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Best Screen Recorders For Linux

Best Screen Recorders For Linux

Kazam Kazam is a minimal and nifty tool for screencasting. It includes screenshot support too. Kazam is most suitable for beginners and for getting the task done quickly without going too much into various options. Kazam Interface Main Features Simple and compact user interface Supports multiple video output format Audio recording from a suitable source (microphone or speaker) Support for recording a single window or selected screen area Delay timer support Pros Simple and minimal, easy to use. Cons Very few options for tweaking…

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Linux Manjaro Switching from BIOS to UEFI

Linux Manjaro Switching from BIOS to UEFI

For UEFI install the Disk partition table should be of type GPT (Guid Partition Table). If you dont want to format your hard disk to GPT, but instead want to migrate from MBR to GPT while trying to save your data, can have a look at http://www.rodsbooks.com/gdisk/mbr2gpt.html 1) You would need to create an ESP (EFI System Partition). It is a FAT32 partition which has the .efi files for booting, which you can create using Gparted or gdisk. (Size 200-512 MiB). You would…

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Downgrade a package from Aur

Downgrade a package from Aur

Hello, I had to downgrade a virtualbox-oracle-ext from the newer version 6.0.0 to 5.2.2 and here are the steps First Go to Aur package https://aur.archlinux.org/cgit/aur.git/?h=virtualbox-ext-oracle   Select version download the package and unzip it and CD to its directory cd aur install the package using command makepkg -si

Awesome Looking Terminal With Oh-My-Zsh

Awesome Looking Terminal With Oh-My-Zsh

how do I get my terminal window to look so awesome. It’s not that hard as it may look like, I keep it simple. Here is what I use: Guake terminal ZSH (Z shell) Oh-My-Zsh and of course Ubuntu GNU/Linux. As a developer, you can increase your productivity by using terminal. But, sometimes people are just too lazy to type long commands over and over again. And it gets even more boring if you repeat same stuff every single day,…

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copy files from one machine to another using ssh

copy files from one machine to another using ssh

Syntax: scp <source> <destination> To copy a file from B to A while logged into B: scp /path/to/file [email protected]:/path/to/destination To copy a file from B to A while logged into A: scp [email protected]:/path/to/file /path/to/destination ٍSource: https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/106480/how-to-copy-files-from-one-machine-to-another-using-ssh

SSH Passwordless Login Using SSH Keygen in 5 Easy Steps

SSH Passwordless Login Using SSH Keygen in 5 Easy Steps

SSH (Secure SHELL) is an open source and most trusted network protocol that is used to login into remote servers for execution of commands and programs. It is also used to transfer files from one computer to another computer over the network using secure copy (SCP) Protocol. In this article we will show you how to setup password-less login on RHEL/CentOS 7.x/6.x/5.x and Fedora using ssh keys to connect to remote Linux servers without entering password. Using Password-less login with SSH keys will increase the trust between two Linux servers for easy file…

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30 Things to do After Installing Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

30 Things to do After Installing Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

This is a list of 30 things to do after installing Ubuntu Bionic Beaver to make your Ubuntu Linux experience great. 1:15 Configure the update manager. 5:03 Install Drivers 5:45 Install Synaptic package manager 6:32 Install additional codecs, MS fonts, flash and a few more useful packages. 6:54 Install Microcode 9:40 Activate Minimize to dock. 11:00 Decrease Swap Use 12:40 Enable Drive Cache 14:01 Reduce SSD Writes 15:45 Set up firewall 16:57 Configure Ubuntu settings 18:47 Move apps button to…

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