Want to share files in Linux Mint? The process is rather simple. If basic sharing is what you’re after in Linux Mint, share your files and setup folders shares in just a couple of minutes.
Docky, like Plank or Cairo Dock, is an advanced shortcut bar that sits at the edges of your screen. It provides easy access to some of the files, folders and applications on your computer, displays which applications are currently running, holds windows in their minimized state and more.
Linux Mint UserShares are undoubtedly simple to create, but how about ClassicShares (samba shares)? There is a small difference between these two above mentioned. UserShares are shares created from the file manager such as caja or nemo, while ClassicShares are shares created by adding definitions to the samba smb.conf file either directly or using an […]
Software Sources and Update Manager in Linux Mint 17.3 Rosa get some extra love! I mentioned before that users didn’t use other Linux Mint mirrors mainly because they were unaware of the benefits of it and the speed measures prior 17.3 Rosa were really ermm… inaccurate.
Is it RAM and swap usage getting out of control in your Linux Mint box? The buggy-man may actually be policykit NOT, draining your system resources up until no more is available, leaving it unstable or even crashing it all together. Yup, another suspected Ubuntu 14.04 LTS bug that happened not to be Ubuntu’s fault after […]