WhatPulse on Linux

WhatPulse on Ubuntu

Installing WhatPulse on Ubuntu (or on any other Linux distribution) is not as easy as installing it on Windows or Mac. Here is the procedure I use every time I have to install it. First you need to download the binaries from the official WhatPulse site (http://whatpulse.org/downloads/) and extract the files into a folder. Second, install the […]

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Evernote on Linux Mint or Ubuntu

  Even if there is no official client available for Linux, you can still install Evernote via Wine. If you don’t have Wine installed already just paste the commands below in a terminal. Install Wine

Once Wine is installed you can install Evernote. First you have to download it from Evernote website: https://evernote.com/download/get.php?file=Win Install Evernote […]

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Install OneDrive on Ubuntu based distros

If you are migrating from Windows and you used OneDrive to sync your files, like I did, a wise step is to install OneDrive-D which is a Microsoft OneDrive desktop client / daemon on Linux, written in Python 3. Install OneDrive on Ubuntu First you need to download the zip file from github. Extract the zip file and […]

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Radio Tray Is Not Working in Elementary Freya

Radio Tray is an online radio streaming player with a minimal interface that allows you to listen to online radio stations. This is not a replacement for your media player, it’s an applet that sits on the top panel and allows you to quickly switch between your favorite stations – read more about it on the […]

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How to create bootable Windows USB in Linux Mint

If you need to create a bootable Linux USB stick from Linux Mint it is very easy, just right click on the image file and select Make Bootable USB Stick option. However, if you need a bootable Windows USB you cannot use the same method because it will not work. So, you need another tool […]

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