Few days ago we showed students and new users ways to share Windows 10 resources with Ubuntu 17.04 systems. That post can be viewed from this link. In that post, we said for filesharing to work between Windows and Ubuntu Linux machines, you must add both machines to the same workgroup, the same network (or enable routing), and [...]
This post shows you how to access Windows 10 files and folders from Ubuntu machines via Samba. With Samba installed on Ubuntu systems and joined to the same workgroup as Windows, you’ll be able to access and share files and folders between the two systems, even though they’re different operating systems. In order [...]
We previously talked about using VMware Workstation Pro and VirtualBox virtualization software to run multiple operating systems from a single computer, and the benefits they provide especially for IT students and professionals. With these virtualization software, you can run multiple lab environments running on virtual guest [...]
Few days ago we showed you how to install VirtualBox on Ubuntu 17.04. Today’s post is going to show students and new users how to install VirtualBox on Windows 10 systems. If you read our previous post, we said in that post that VirtualBox was a necessary tool for IT professionals and students studying to become IT pros. [...]
So, you want to host multiple WordPress blogs on a single server? With Apache2 VirtualHost feature, one can run multiple websites on a single server easily, and this brief tutorial is going to show you how to accomplish that. Each virtualhost runs independently of the others. So if you’re going to be running a WordPress [...]
Samba is an opensource implementation of the SMB/CIFS services used to seamlessly share files between client computers. Windows systems and many other modern operating systems use it to share files and printers among themselves and others. This brief tutorial shows you how to quickly do it. No messing around. Just get users of [...]
Here’s a simple tutorial that shows students and new users how to share file between Windows 10 and Ubuntu 16.10 via Samba. Samba is an open source software that provides seamless file and print services to SMB/CIFS clients. Since Windows uses CIFS services, Samba can be a great tool to enable file and print sharing [...]
In previous version of Windows, one would easily create startup programs by going to msconfig page and adding the programs there. How do you do it in Windows 10 now that msconfig isn’t available?