Monthly Tutorials: Handy Tutorials for March

As much as possible, the Ultimate Linux Newbie Guide scours the net to find the best in guides, tips, tricks and tutorials. This month, we've found the following guides which you'll no doubt find helpful.

As much as possible, the Ultimate Linux Newbie Guide scours the net to find the best in guides, tips, tricks and tutorials. This month, we’ve found the following guides which you’ll no doubt find helpful. […]

Screencast recording with Green Recorder

Green Recorder Screencaster

Ever fancied recording your very own video tutorials like those here at The Ultimate Linux Newbie Guide? Well, there’s a new app for that in town that the folks over at OMGUbuntu wholeheartedly recommend. You […]

Microsoft get Skyped up about Linux

Skype For Linux (Alpha)

Back in July, Microsoft announced through their community channel┬áthat they had been working on a version of Skype for Linux. This isn’t the first time that Linux has had Skype, but it is the first […]

What is Docker (and Linux containers?)

A while ago, around the release of the Linux kernel version 3, the concept of namespaces and containerization was introduced through a module called lxc (Linux containers). The idea behind a container is sort of […]

SSHFS? What’s that and how do I use it?

sshfs

Check out Tecmint’s great article on SSHFS, a way that you can securely see the filesystem of a remote computer, using the SSH protocol. It works kind of like NFS, simply add a mountpoint on […]

How to setup a KVM server the fast way

The Linux Kernel Virtual Machine Logo

This is a very short quick setup on how to get KVM (The Linux Kernel Virtual Machine hypervisor) server up and running. Why KVM? KVM is a hypervisor, just like VmWare ESX, Microsoft’s Hyper-V and […]