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Place a Thunderbird and Chrome Icon on Plank Dock

This is a “How-To” for placing a persistent Thunderbird icon on your Plank Dock. I use XFCE, but the process should be the same no matter your DE. I have broken the process down into small steps so everyone should … Continue reading

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Adding Choice to Linux Color Schemes

Choice is what Linux is supposed to be about. You may do things your way. You may add this, or take that away. You have your choice of desktops, You can make your Linux bloated, or you can make it … Continue reading

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MX Linux, Patito fio is a Great Linux Distribution

My new Dell Computer with Windows 10 installed is quite picky about its neighbors. I would say it downright doesn’t like any neighbors. When I first bought this computer, the only Linux Distribution that would run on it was Ubuntu … Continue reading

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Debian 10 Buster, Perhaps Your Grandfathers Distro

I have been using Debian for the most part of my twenty years of my using Linux. Debian was always difficult, stodgy, and unfriendly to new users. Nothing has changed, and it feels like I stepped into a time machine, … Continue reading

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Bionic Pup 8 Linux. Fast, Small, Complete

The latest Puppy Linux is out, named Bionic Pup 8 (BP8), and I think it is a winner! Bionic Pup 8 comes in both 64 and 32 bit flavors, so there is a BP8 for everyone. BP8 has a small … Continue reading

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