Running desktop on remote server Usually you would use the ssh terminal when working on a remote linux server. But there can be times when you need to run a gui app on the server and keep it running for quite some time. Recently I had to do something similar and therefore I setup an… Read More »
GPU temperature Nvidia graphics card has its own processor that gets heated just like the main cpu processor. They usually have a heat sink and the high power gpus also have a fan. Its a good idea to monitor the gpu temperature on your system from time to time to ensure that the unit is… Read More »
Install Nvidia drivers Installing Nvidia drivers, like always, can be a little bit tricky. I installed the ones from the default repository, but they did not work and the system went into a blank screen. 1. Check and find out your graphics card model The first thing to do is find out your gpu chipset,… Read More »
Show Desktop widget Kubuntu has been my favorite distro ever since I made the move from Windows to Linux. KDE feels very stable and a swift desktop environment. However KDE has its own set of problems. Ever since the introduction of Plasma 5, everytime I would upgrade Kubuntu, something very essential would break somewhere. And… Read More »
Install Oracle Java 8 Ubuntu has OpenJDK installed by default, but in certain cases you might need to install Oracle Java instead. It is possible to install Oracle Java manually, however the process is a bit lengthy and requires a lot of steps. Oracle Java can be downloaded from the official website over here -… Read More »
Ubuntu live usb boot error I just created a bootable Ubuntu usb drive using Unetbootin, and found that it does not boot properly. On bootup it shows the following error. SYSLINUX 6.03 EDD 20150813 Copyright (C) 1994-2012 H. Peter Anvin et al Boot Error The problem is with the way, the iso is written to… Read More »
Sub domains on localhost When working with apache locally, the common way to use it is though the “http://localhost” url. When doing web development or some kind of testing, you might need to create sub domains on localhost, just like on online servers. This post shows you how to create sub domains inside Apache on… Read More »
Monit is a powerful tool to monitor background services and processes on your linux server. This post shows how to setup and configure Monit on Ubuntu and Debian based servers.