Linux Distributions Tutorials, User Guides & Troubleshooting Tips For An Optimized Linux Platform

A Linux distribution is a unique combination of operating system and applications which have been developed to meet the specific requirements of certain types of Linux user. Whereas Windows comes packaged as Vista and has legacy operating systems of XP, 2000, 98, etc. Linux has over three hundred ‘active’ distributions which deliver an unbelievable mix of configurability, features and personalization. Some of the more common and standardized distros being Gentoo, Ubuntu, Fedora, Mandriva, Debian and Slackware. Here we discuss all your different Linux distro options and explain what each one does? How a distro works? And how they can help deliver optimized Linux PC performance across any business sector on in any home. With Linux distribution installation guidance, reviews and troubleshooting tips. 530beda0-d9e0-491c-9c6d-e5ee7169a75e 1.03.01

Getting To Know Ubuntu: An Introductory Quiz

How much do you think you know about Ubuntu? You can find out right here by getting to know Ubuntu with an introductory quiz that is sure to test your knowledge and keep you current.

Test Your Ubuntu Mastery: An Advanced Quiz

Ubuntu is probably the most popular Linux desktop and while might take some time to become really familiar with the operating system, this quiz will help you to identify any gaps in your Ubuntu knowledge.

How to Do Everything with Puppy Linux!

While larger distros like Ubuntu might offer a greater depth of user interface configuration options and support for a wider selection of hardware, it is good to know that there is still a market for lightweight distros such as Puppy Linux.

The Bright Hub Red Hat Guide!

Red Hat is one of the most well-known names in Linux, but what is the big deal? Why is it chosen as a corporate operating system over other distros such as Ubuntu or Fedora, and why is Red Hat certification so important?

BrightHub’s Kubuntu Guide

Kubuntu is one of the most popular ways for people to start using Linux, thanks to its usability and stability. However, we understand that any foray into the Linux world is daunting. Thus, this guide is here to provide you with assistance and help you every step of the way.

The Bright Hub Linux Virtual Machine Guide

Virtual machine programs such as VMware and VirtualBox run Windows, Mac OS X and other operating systems on Linux for free. You can even run Linux on a virtual machine on Windows. If you just want to run Windows software on Linux, you can examine some alternatives that run Windows software on Linux.

The Ultimate Guide to Debian

Thanks to its user-friendly architecture and vast repository of free applications, the Debian family is by far the most widely used flavour of Linux. The sheer multitude of versions spawned by its popularity justifies a comprehensive guide to various Debian programs, applications, and distributions

The Ultimate Linux Distro Roundup

With Linux Source code available to all, the universe of distros available for download and installation is vast. Ranging from fully supported enterprise solutions, to lightweight distros developed by a lone coder in his basement, the time has come for a comprehensive list of available options!

Understanding Suse Linux Thin Clients

Are you a Linux user on a network in search of disk-less workstations? If so, why not use a thin client to to run applications on powerful remote servers. The article explains more about this desktop-to-server Linux solution from SUSE.

Why Does Ubuntu Server Install Fail in Virtualbox?

Usually a Linux server OS will install pretty reliably into VirtualBox, which is great for testing. Occasionally you might run into problems launching the graphical user interface, which might lead you to think that the installation has failed… but it hasn’t, as we shall see!