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8 things to do after installing openSUSE Leap 42.1

Tuesday 1st of December 2015 02:30:41 PM
openSUSE Leap is indeed a huge leap, allowing users to run a distro that has the same DNA of SUSE Linux Enterprise. Like any other operating system, some work is needed to get it set up for optimal use.

How to install openSUSE Leap on a server with LAMP stack

Thursday 19th of November 2015 03:10:54 AM
openSUSE Leap is a perfect distro to run on your server and in this tutorial I will show you how to do it.

KDE Plasma 5.4.3 arrrives, work starts on Plasma 5.5

Thursday 12th of November 2015 12:01:32 PM
The feature freeze for Plasma 5.5 is fast approaching, in this article I take a look at what's new in Plasma-nm, the network manager in Plasma.

How to install Debian

Tuesday 10th of November 2015 08:00:57 PM
This tutorial will help you in installing Debian on your machines.

How to transfer files between a remote server and local machine

Thursday 5th of November 2015 11:19:58 PM
In this tutorial, I am going to show few examples that hopefully will ease your daily routines and who knows, you might end up learning something new.

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