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How To Set Up Virtual Machines On Linux With Gnome Boxes

Virtualization is one of Linux’s biggest strengths. Out of all the ways to make virtual machines on Linux, Gnome Boxes is probably the easiest. With it, users can easily set up a totally native, kernel based virtual operating system with

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How To Install Ubuntu Touch On Your Android Device

Canonical, Ubuntu’s parent company at one time was developing an operating system for Android devices. They called this move a way to “disrupt the industry” and change the way we use mobile phones by bringing a full Linux desktop to

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This Japanese “All Alone” Tent Lets You Wile Away Hours at The Computer in Solitude

When you’ve got a lot of work to do on the computer (or you just want to look up awesome makeup, snacks, or shop for fun stuff) you probably want to be left […] The post This Japanese “All Alone”

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It’s Complicated in Twelfth Doctor Comic Finale

Ice Warriors, the Flood, an immensely powerful and evil sentient force at least as old as the universe, oh my! The Twelfth Doctor and Bill Potts successfully united a group of Vikings and […] The post It’s Complicated in Twelfth

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Return Amazon Orders at Select Kohl’s, Whole Foods

Amazon already provides a variety of return shipping methods for online customers, including the U.S. Postal Service, UPS, and Amazon Locker. Soon, folks can also send back “eligible items” via hundreds of Whole […] The post Return Amazon Orders at

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How To Automatically Mount Network Shares On Linux

Much like manually mounting a hard drive in Linux, accessing network shares is tedious. IP addresses must be specified, logins configured, etc. Being able to log into your PC and automatically mount network shares means work gets done easier. Much like

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Grocery Store Introduces Pay-by-vein

In 2017, your wallet is no longer an essential piece of equipment when you go on a shopping excursion. You can pay with your phone. You can pay with a smartwatch. Some places […] The post Grocery Store Introduces Pay-by-vein

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4 Great Apps For Taking Notes On Linux

It appears that note taking is the next big thing for everyone to jump in on. A few years ago, the most mainstream note taking app was Evernote. In 2017, there is Google Keep, Microsoft One Note, and a multitude

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American Horror Story Needs to Get to Its Twist Faster

Every season of American Horror Story has some kind of twist. A moment where the plot changes, and the season reveals its true nature. In the past, I’ve been curious about the twist, but […] The post American Horror Story Needs

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How To Add Items To The Fstab File In Linux

Unlike the Windows operating system, hard drives not associated with the system don’t mount automatically. This forces users to have to open the file manager, and manually mount each drive and partition each time their PC starts up. This is

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Bot Band Rocks Out With Their Sprockets Out

Truck drivers, doctors, accountants, and salespeople aren’t the only jobs intelligent robots may one day co-opt. Nigel Stanford last week debuted “Automatica,” the title track from his upcoming “Robots vs. Music” album. Don’t […] The post Bot Band Rocks Out

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How To Use Bind-mounts And Symlinks On Linux

There are a lot of mundane things on Linux that a lot of users don’t think much of that are incredibly useful. When new users learn how to use these mundane, boring little tricks, they become better Linux users. Bind-mounts

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How To Make A Windows USB From The Linux Terminal

Ever since Windows 8, making a Windows USB installation medium is easier than ever. So easy, users can make a Windows USB from the Linux terminal. Doing this is a very tedious process, but as far as making Windows install

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The Weirdest And Worst Spider-Man Fan Art

The general consensus is that Spider-Man: Homecoming has brought back the franchise in a big way, returning Peter Parker to the awkward teenager that he was always meant to be while still keeping […] The post The Weirdest And Worst

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Take Our Survey, Because Everyone Loves Surveys (Even Penguins)

The post Take Our Survey, Because Everyone Loves Surveys (Even Penguins) appeared first on Geek.com. Go to Source

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This Cat Cafe Train Took Off On Its First Journey and Saved Tons of Cats

All aboard! Climb on this purr-fect train if you want to someday snuggle up with Yoro Railway’s very first Cat Cafe Train, a special one-day event that allowed cat owners and cat fans […] The post This Cat Cafe Train

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How To Install PulseAudio Equalizer On Linux And Improve Sound

The sound system on Linux is decent, but not the best. That’s why we’ve decided to go over some ways you can easily improve your Pulse Audio sound by adding a system-wide equalizer. The easiest way to add an equalizer

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World’s Biggest EV Can Haul 65 Tons

Popular EVs are great at hauling around humans and their cargo, but what about real hauling tasks? You still need a stinky old diesel-powered heavy machine to tackle those. Maybe not for much […] The post World’s Biggest EV Can

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5 Excellent Download Managers For Linux

Files are downloaded via your internet browser. From Firefox, to Chrome, to Safari to Edge: everyone’s got a pretty decent download manager — and many users are more or less okay with what the default download managers have to offer

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Play Interior Designer With IKEA’s New AR App

For me, walking through the IKEA showroom is like walking a Hollywood red carpet: There’s glitz, glamour, and the promise of Swedish meatballs at the end. Every chair, sofa bed, end table, dish […] The post Play Interior Designer With

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