Category: Linux

Creating Mobile WiFi Hotspot in Gnome/ Fedora

This is a hack to create a mobile hotspot on your Fedora machine. It’s quite complex to create a mobile hotspot on Gnome, atmost you can create an adhoc network. However, this hack will...

Creating WiFi Hotspot on your Linux machine

Getting tired of those 30 minutes trial using Connectify, I decided it was time to beat the heat using Linux power. Creating a wifi hotspot on Linux is super easy once you get the...

Must Have add-ons for Mozilla Firefox

Do you love Mozilla Firefox Internet browser? I’m going to tell you about some exceptional add-ons which will enhance your Firefox experience ranging from faster speed to ease of use. Firefox happens to be...

Hacking the Ubuntu boot screen

Today I’ll take you through a simple procedure to change your purple boot splash screen in Ubuntu to some others available. Some geeky stuff; the boot screen in Ubuntu is called Plymouth. Now Linux...

Installing Bumblebee GUI in Linux (Ubuntu, Fedora, Mint)

Bumblebee is a life saver for all the nvidia powered laptops and has been saving them from getting fried. The bumblebee UI provides an easy approach to this life saving technique. 1. If bumblebee isn’t...

Installing Bumblebee on Ubuntu/ Mint

Bumblebee is intended to be used in laptops supporting Optimus technology. If your machine uses switchable graphics then this guide will work for you: 1. If you’re already using nvidia drivers then you’ll have to...