Linux Support: Troubleshooting Tips, Tutorials & User Guides For Your Linux PC

The Linux platform is a comprehensive and resilient operating system for the Home and Business PC user. Built on open source developments, Linux is a supremely efficient OS which has spawned many different tailored solutions (Linux Distributions) which fit almost any user requirement. With open source distributions and desktop environments comes so much choice and configurability that a dedicated support topic is required. Here we look at Linux support from an installation, operational, and maintenance perspective. The changing faces of desktop environments and distributions, user guides and troubleshooting, to provide you with an enriched OS platform and enhanced Linux driven PC performance. 530beda0-d9e0-491c-9c6d-e5ee7169a75e 1.03.01

Fixing Ubuntu Display Problems on a Dell Laptop

Modern Dell laptops are optimized for running open source operating systems such as Ubuntu, but this isn’t the case for older devices. Follow these steps, however, and you should be able to resolve any display issues that you are experiencing.

How to Reload X Libraries in Ubuntu

A key component of many Linux Ubuntu processes and third party apps are the X libraries. If they cannot be accessed, errors may occur forcing you to reload them. While this process requires use of the Terminal, it is remarkably simple.

Add and Remove Nvidia Ubuntu Graphic Drivers

You don’t have to be restricted to the default Nouveau graphics driver on your Nvidia card equipped Linux Ubuntu computer – a simple menu command will install the dedicated, closes-source Nvidia driver, with 3D accelerated graphics enabled!

How to Connect to a Network Printer with Ubuntu

Ubuntu’s built-in Printing administration tool can connect to more than just local printers. It supports a variety of different network printer protocols and can often automatically detect and connect to them for you. The connected printer appears as an option when printing from any application.

Make a Linux Boot Disk for Windows Registry Repair

Linux boot disks are most often used to “preview” or “test drive” a distribution before installing Linux as a primary operating system. However, a Linux boot disk can also be used to repair corruption to registry entries caused by viruses and malware.