• To install Cisco VPN in Ubuntu, you have to open terminal and install following packages: and: Now (if you are using Gnome) simply left click on Network Manager icon and define new Cisco VPN connection.

  • In this article I will show you how to upgrade your Firefox to the newest possible version on Ubuntu and Linux Mint. Close Firefox and open terminal and add new repository: Update everything: Finally install Firefox. Changes will take effect without restarting OS.

  • If you hate Unity as much as I, you can turn it off and use Classic Gnome 2 (known as Gnome Session Fallback) which is preferred my many Ubuntu users, who hate Unity and do not accept Gnome 3. I have been trying a lot to get use to Unity but after several minutes I… read more

  • By default, menu of each application in Unity is presented in the same global menu bar (depending on which application is currently active). This article shows how to disable global menu and enable independent menu for each application’s window that is currently opened. Open terminal and remove indicator-appmenu: Changes will take effect only after restarting… read more

  • Grub Customizer is a graphical software that allows you to easily change the order and appearance of menu entries. Adding repository To install Grub Customizer in Ubuntu 13.10 open terminal and type: Updating packages Update packages: Installation Install GC:

  • Imagine that you have to check status of your server due to some unexpected behaviour – attack, slowdown or just a diagnosis. One of the basic thing is to check the processes that run on a server. Open terminal and type: You should see a huge list: To get more precisely results we could look… read more

  • Sometimes (especially when you are an administrator) there may be a need, to see the content of a specific file in a real time – for example log file. You could open file, go down to see last entries, close file and then repeat the whole process to see if there have been done some… read more

  • You can easily synchronize time of your server or local machine using ntpdate command. Open terminal and type: You can change the address of time server ( to a different one that suits you. If you don’t have ntpdate installed, do I with below command:

  • If your Debian doesn’t have Software Center installed, you can easily do it by entering following command into terminal: For Gnome: For KDE:

  • First step is to be sure that your Squeeze is up to date: Next step is to have proper entries in sources.list file. Edit file by typing: and replace the whole content with: You can change country code to a different one if needed. I’ve used servers from Poland. Now update sources: Than upgrade packages:… read more

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