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  • Killing a non-responsive program in Linux. :)Most know ctrl+alt+delete for Windows will open the task manger.In Linux it's still pretty easy and this should work with every flavor ...  more
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  • To uninstall Libre Office and Install Apache Open Office. If you like Apache more then Libre.First you need to remove the official repository sudo apt-get remove --purge libreoffic...  more
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  • To install sound drivers. This is ONLY if needed - Don't fix it if it's not broken! sudo apt-get install dkms sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-audio-dev sudo apt-get update sudo ...  more
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  • How to adjust your mouse speed down with high DPI's will be just to fast to use in Linux)If you have a 3200 DPI or higher mouse most likely you will need to do this.First go to Set...  more
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  • Installing other Distros (After the install log out, choose from the drop down list log back in)Start with opening your favorite Terminal Windows I use "Terminator Terminal".Then j...  more
    Last post by beast-usa - December 9, 2017
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