Sunday , June 24 2018

How to Install Papirus Icons on any Ubuntu based Distros

This is a step by step tutorial on How to install papirus icons on any ubuntu based distros. This guide should work on Ubuntu and any Ubuntu based distributions like Linux Mint, Elementary OS, Zorin OS and others. This should also work on Ubuntu flavours like Kubuntu, Lubuntu, Xubuntu, Ubuntu ...

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How to create LiveUSB of Peppermint Linux in Windows

Peppermint OS is a Linux OS based on Ubuntu which is lightweight, stable and super fast. Peppermint Eight is built on a long term support (LTS) code base, so as well as being customizable to your heart’s content, will be “good to go” for quite some time. Peppermint Eight is built ...

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Best Android Oreo ROMs for the Nexus 5x

Nexus 5x code named bullhead manufactured by LG with operating software by Google has a lot of development support going on for it. Officially This device started getting updates from Android Marshmallow, Nougat and Oreo which is probably the last software update that the Nexus 5x will get. Obviously, there ...

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Unmount and Mount USB on Arch Linux

Mount USB arch linux

I looked for a simple solution for (preferably) mount USB Arch Linux (pen drives, external hard drives, etc.). Gnome and other desktop environments do it for you but if you keep things simple with a small window manager (like Awesome or wmfs) you need to set it up by yourself. ...

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How to get your Android Device’s Build Fingerprint

termux nexux 5x build fingerprint

The build fingerprint of an Android Device or OS is a string that uniquely identifies this build which should be in human-readable form. These fingerprints are found in the /system/build.prop file on any Android phones. There are various ways to look at your Android phone’s build fingerprint. One way would ...

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How to Install Yaourt and Use it to Install packages in Arch Linux

install yaourt in arch linux

Yaourt is a user repository tool. An acronym for Yet An Other User Repository Tool. Today we are going to install yaourt arch Linux. Yaourt is a frontend Pacman with more features and AUR support.It includes easy access to the Arch User Repository. Yaourt allows the user to automate package compilation and installation from the thousands ...

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