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Installing OpenELEC as your XBMC

Many people know what XBMC (Xbox Media Center) is but what about OpenELEC? (Open Embedded Linux Entertainment Center). Basically it is an operating system built around XBMC. OpenELEC was designed to be as lightweight as possible by only taking up around 80-125MB (by default) of space and configured for one simple purpose, to run XBMC. If you get stuck during any …

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How to tether your Samsung Galaxy S4

Want to use your laptop, tablet or even desktop in a location that doesn’t have internet access? You can easily resolve that by tethering your Samsung Galaxy S4 with the selected device or devices! So there are two different ways you can use your Samsung Galaxy S4 to tether! You have the choice between using your S4 as a Portable …

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How to install Ubuntu Desktop 13.04 (Raring Ringtail)

Ubuntu Desktop 13.04 is the newest version released by Canonical which is code named Raring Ringtail. This guide will just go through the basic steps of installing Ubuntu Desktop 13.04 from beginning to end. You can download Ubuntu Desktop 13.04 from Canonical here. Lets begin!   Installing Ubuntu Desktop 13.04 Select what language you would like to install. I am going to …

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How to install Ubuntu Server 13.04 (Raring Ringtail)

Ubuntu Server 13.04 is the newest version released by Canonical which is code named Raring Ringtail. This guide will just go through the basic steps of installing Ubuntu Server 13.04 from beginning to end. You can download Ubuntu Server 13.04 from Canonical here. Lets begin!   Installing Ubuntu Server 13.04 Select what language you would like to install. I am going …

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Installing phpMyAdmin in Ubuntu

Installing phpMyAdmin in Ubuntu is fairly easy. It involves using apt-get,  determining the web server you want to configure it for, which in this case is apache2 and having the password of the MySQL database user you are configuring it for. You will also have to add a line of code in your apache2 configuration so it knows to include phpMyAdmin it in it’s web …

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