Monthly Archives: November 2020

Terminal Vitality

Ever since Douglas Engelbart flipped over a trackball and discovered a mouse, our interactions with computers have shifted from linguistics to hieroglyphics. That is, instead of typing commands at a prompt in what we now call a Command Line Interface (CLI), we click little icons and drag them to other little icons to guide our… Read More »

LibreOffice Shortcut Keys Made Easy

Senior author, Open Source enthusiast. Saturday, November 21, 2020 at 21:46 Here’s a colorful poster to learn LibreOffice quicker and easier for everyone. This is a table of selected shortcut keys of four office suite programs namely Writer, Calc, Impress, and Draw. Actually I made this for my computer course in Indonesia but I believe… Read More »

Building A Dashcam With The Raspberry Pi Zero W

I’ve been playing around with the Raspberry Pi Zero W lately and having so much fun on the command line. For those uninitiated it’s a tiny Arm computer running Raspbian, a derivative of Debian. It has a 1 GHz processor that had the ability to be overclocked and 512 MB of RAM, in addition to… Read More »

How To Install Trisquel 9.0 Etiona

This tutorial explains step by step to have your computer with Trisquel 9.0. Don’t worry this is intended for beginners so everyone can try. You will prepare at least two disk partitions and going through about twenty minutes to finish it. For your information, different to Ubuntu, Trisquel supports 32 bit as well as 64… Read More »

Hot Swappable Filesystems, as Smooth as Btrfs

Filesystems, like file cabinets or drawers, control how your operating system stores data. They also hold metadata like filetypes, what is attached to data, and who has access to that data. For windows or macOS users Quite honestly, not enough people consider which file system to use for their computers. Windows and macOS users have… Read More »

Kubuntu 20.04 with KDE Legacy Oxygen Theme

Senior author, Open Source enthusiast. Sunday, November 1, 2020 at 16:35 As I posted last year, KDE 4 is my favorite. Surprisingly, Kubuntu 20.04 brings the legacy Oxygen theme built-in. Thanks to Gemlog on social media, I discovered it. Now I bring you how I do it. Subscribe to UbuntuBuzz Telegram Channel to get article updates Final… Read More »