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How To Take A Screenshot of Login Screen in Ubuntu

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How To Take A Screenshot of Login Screen in Ubuntu

Getting the screenshot of your screen is as simple as hitting the Print Screen [PrtSc] key on your keyboard and then allowing the Screenshot Tool to take control, or in case of Windows OS, allowing it to be copied to the clipboard and then using it in any program of of your choice, but how…

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Install Chromium Browser in Ubuntu

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Install Chromium Browser in Ubuntu

Now let’s get back to the one-line command to Install Chromium Browser in Ubuntu sudo apt-get install chromium-browser Let it download and install finish, run your browser via terminal using, chromium-browser  

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Two Ways to Install Google Chrome in Ubuntu

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Two Ways to Install Google Chrome in Ubuntu

Google Chrome is a free-ware web browser developed by Google. Now without boring you with what it is and what it isn’t, let’s find out the two ways to Install Google Chrome in Ubuntu.   Install Google Chrome in Ubuntu via GUI   Using your default web browser, which in the case of Ubuntu will…

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How to Install Cuda Toolkit in Ubuntu

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How to Install Cuda Toolkit in Ubuntu

If you are going to read this post, thinking that you need to install CUDA Toolkit in Ubuntu by first downloading the deb or run package and then invoking the terminal adding the deb package in your system’s local repository and so on, then you are at the wrong place.   In this post, I’ll…

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How to Install Latest Nvidia Drivers in Ubuntu

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How to Install Latest Nvidia Drivers in Ubuntu

If you’ve just installed an NVIDIA Graphics Card on your system, running Ubuntu 14.04 onwards, your system is most probably running on Nouveau Accelerated Open Source Driver for NVIDIA cards. While this driver isn’t bad at all, but it is still not doing complete justice to the NVIDIA Graphics Card you just installed on your…

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