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

Installing and Configuring VMware Player for Linux

VMware Player is VMware’s free virtualization program. VMware Player installs, configures and runs guest operating systems. VMware Player is similar to VMware Workstation, but lacks advanced features such as virtual machine snapshots. Download and install VMware Player from VMware’s website.

Linux Versions Update

In this article we will discuss Linux and each distributions release schedule with a focus on how you can update to a newer version if needed. There are many Linux distributions out there, but it can be simple to figure the release schedule as a lot of them are based on three main ones.

Linux – Linpus Lite Overview

In this article I will take a look at Linpus Lite, its advantages and disadvantages. It may be easier for new users to the computing (and Linux) world, but for some things it just does not cut it and tries to restrict the software which we can use.

Installing Programs in Kubuntu

You have your new installation of Kubuntu on your computer. But you’ve found that it’s missing a few programs that you need to get up and running at full steam. How do you install what you need? This article aims to explain the different ways of installing programs in Kubuntu.

Linux Distribution Lowdown – Jolicloud Review

This review is about the new and exciting netbook internet operating system. It has full hardware support for 99% of netbooks out of the box and supports desktops and laptops too! The operating system is completely free so if your netbook is slow, try this today!

How To Set Up A USB Jump Drive

This article will go through how to set up a USB jump drive if you have a newer computer which supports booting from USB. This can save money on disks and can also be a life saver if your computer does not have a disk drive and you are wanting to try a Linux distribution.