Tag Archives: Ubuntu 17.10

Quick Tip: Enable SSH service in Ubuntu 17.10

OpenSSH Service

This quick tutorial is going to show beginners how to enable the Secure Shell (SSH) service in Ubuntu 17.10. Ubuntu offers OpenSSH, OpenBSD Secure Shell, in its universe repository. It is a suite of security-related network-level utilities based on the SSH protocol. To install it, open terminal via Ctrl+Alt+T or login to command console and run command: sudo apt-get install ...

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Quick Tip: Remove Trash Icon from Ubuntu 17.10 Desktop

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For a neat and tidy desktop interface, some users even want to remove the ‘Trash’ desktop shortcut icon in Ubuntu 17.10. And this quick tutorial is going to show you how to do it in the default Ubuntu 17.10 (Gnome) desktop. 1. Open Ubuntu Software app, search for and install Gnome Tweaks, a simple graphical tool for configuring Gnome 3 ...

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Ubuntu 17.10 Tip: Move Window Buttons ‘min, max, close’ to Left

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Ubuntu 17.10 replaces Unity with Gnome 3 as its default desktop environment. The application window buttons (minimize, maximize, and close) are now in the right side of the title bar. Fortunately, the button layout is configurable in Gnome Desktop. For those who are accustomed to have the window buttons in the left do following steps. Move “minimize, maximize, close” buttons ...

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How to Install The Latest ‘WeeChat’ Chat Client in Ubuntu

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WeeChat is a fast, light and extensible chat client works on Linux, Windows, Mac OS X, Unix, BSD, and GNU Hurd. While Ubuntu repositories only provide an old version, here’s how to install the latest WeeChat via its official repository in Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu 14.04, Ubuntu 17.04, Ubuntu 17.10, and derivatives. WeeChat Features: lightweight core with optional plugins. Full-featured IRC ...

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Ubuntu 17.10 Will Switch to GNOME Shell [Release Schedule]

Ubuntu 17.10 Artful Aardvark

Ubuntu 17.10 is code-named “Artful Aardvark”, scheduled for release in October 2017. As the one before next LTS (Long-Term Support), Ubuntu 17.10 will use GNOME Shell as its default desktop environment. The release schedule for this next Ubuntu development cycle has been published: Date Ubuntu 17.10 Events June 29th Alpha 1 (for opt-in flavors) July 27th Alpha 2 (for opt-in ...

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