Sometimes you want to share a folder from your VirtualBox host machine to your guest OS. Perhaps for an installer, or to have access to specific files. There are pros and cons and safety concerns for this, however this is how you do it.
When setting up a VM in VirtualBox one the first things you should do is install the guest additions. This post will show you exactly how to do that using an Xubuntu VM.
Microsoft is ever vigilant at trying to strong arm customers of 7 and 8.1 to upgrade to 10. So, I have vowed to use Linux on my laptop at least until the madness is over (as my laptop won’t upgrade). This past month I installed Xubuntu 16.04. How well does it work? Well, it may stay here until my machine is retired.
Having trouble connecting your Mac to a Samba share? This may be the answer(or rather work around) to get you back up and running.
For tech enthusiasts and those budding to be, it is a bit difficult to scale and organize your workspace/home lab. It recently dawned on me that I hadn’t taken into account how to organize things or put forth the proper effort to making the most of my time and maximizing my productivity. Mostly because set up will be a huge time sink. So in this post I will try to address how I plan to rework everything and keep all…
It’s 2016 and your PC still needs to Adobe Reader and Flash right? Well, not really. You can get by without having to manage ether. Actually it’s best that you do ditch them for your computers security.
When building or upgrading your PC/laptop how much RAM do you really need? A topic that changes with time and varies by opinion. I hope this article can clear up some confusion to help you understand how much you will need based on how things are now. (Yes I do plan on keeping this article up to date in the future).
I needed to share files with my PC, laptop and Allyson’s laptop. How did I do that? With a custom built home server of course!
So you been using Linux and changed hardware or have decided to make the jump and try out Linux on hardware directly. Everything is working great, but sound is only coming from one speaker. What gives? Don’t worry, there is an easy fix for that.
One of the best things about Linux is that you can customize it any way you like. So why not how the date/time displays?