Virtualisation in Linux

Well like all good OSs you can run virtualisation in Linux. Here is a screenshot of a new VM I am setting up with VMWare Workstation Player 12. The reason why I am using a virtual machine is that Wine isn’t quite so perfect and there are going to be ongoing issues with its compatibility… Continue reading Virtualisation in Linux

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Lubuntu

Today I have started setting up three of my computers with Lubuntu. This might be increased to four in future, or else maybe the fourth one will run Mint, or be left on Windows 7 – it is mainly used for media playback. I have chosen to use Lubuntu because I have several old, slow… Continue reading Lubuntu

Multiple Monitors on Linux

One of the features of Linux as with other operating systems is its multiple monitor capability. As with Windows you can have your desktop spread across two or more screens, with different windows showing on different monitors. Cinnamon in Mint has added the ability to have multiple panels (taskbar equivalent) on each screen and to… Continue reading Multiple Monitors on Linux

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