Sometimes you might have to work with the Spamassin Bayes Token database. This is the database that is used by the SpamAssassin Self Learning (Bayesian) Classifier to store the ham and spam tokens. This tutorial will show you how to make a backup of that database. E.g. when you want to move it to a […]
In this short tutorial, I’ll show you how to create a bootable USB of Ubuntu 18.04 with LinuxLive USB creator in Windows 10 in 6 simple steps. Let’s get started!! Make a Bootable Ubuntu USB with LinuxLive USB Creator in Windows 10 Step 1. Insert your USB device into your laptop or computer. Step 2.
[SOLVED] E: Unable to lock the administration directory (/var/lib/dpkg/), is another process using it?
You get the following error message while installing a .deb package on Debian or Ubuntu or while installing Updates? E: Could not get lock /var/lib/dpkg/lock – open (11: Resource temporarily unavailable) E: Unable to lock the administration directory (/var/lib/dpkg/), is another process using it? This error means that there is already an apt process running or
This tutorial shows you how to solve the RoundCube webmail error message: config.inc.php was not found. on an ISPConfig Debian server that uses Nginx as the web server. Solution RoundCube webmail is accessed on an ISPConfig Nginx web server through the apps vhost. The PHP-FPM of the apps vhost is running under the user and group
There are times when the work you’re doing involves switching between two applications. For example, a common use-case is reading commands/instructions from a Web page opened in Web browser and trying them on the command line terminal. I am sure many of you are used to the Alt+Tab way of switching between application windows. However,
As many of you might already know, pressing the Super key (one that has Windows logo on it usually) on your keyboard launches the Dash search interface in Ubuntu. But what if you don’t want Dash search to launch when you hit the Super key? What if you want some other program to open up
Ubuntu’s Unity graphical shell is pretty good when it comes to customization. Just think of a change, and you’ll find that it can be done – for what it’s worth, you can also move the Unity Launcher from side to bottom starting Ubuntu 16.04. However, there are certain things that are difficult to achieve in
While researching on Unity-related problems, I’ve observed several users getting an issue where – after logging in – they don’t see anything on desktop (no sidebar, top bar … nothing), just the wallpaper. Worse, pressing Alt+Ctrl+T doesn’t bring up the terminal window as well. Gladly, I also found a couple of solutions to this problem,
There are times when while listening a song on computer and doing work in parallel, we need to take a short break (to talk to someone or for some other purpose). What do most of us do in this case: simple, pause the song and lock the screen. Then after the break is over, we
There are times when while tweaking something UI-related on your Ubuntu machine, you end up messing with your Unity graphical shell. For example, you may face problems like launcher disappearing, or something similar. For cases like these, you should know how to reset Unity to default configuration as well as reload it (just in case