Ubuntu 17.10 black screen solution

So today I will show you the Ubuntu 17.10 black screen solution. When would you use this: 1. If you have multiple monitors for example 2 or 3 and one of them keeps black screening 2. DVI monitor on Ubuntu not working as expected and giving you a black screen 3. Messed up ATI or Read more about Ubuntu 17.10 black screen solution[…]

Make Kali bootable usb in ubuntu

Make a Kali bootable usb in Ubuntu using terminal

Ok so let me show you how to make a Kali bootable usb or drive in Ubuntu in just a couple of simple steps using terminal. This tutorial will literally only require 2 commands and will take you a couple of minutes to complete depending on your USB drive, the slot it is plugged into Read more about Make a Kali bootable usb in Ubuntu using terminal[…]

Format USB Memory Stick or Drive in Ubuntu

Format USB Memory Stick or Drive in Ubuntu

Ok so let me show you how to format a usb memory stick or drive in Ubuntu in just a couple of seconds using the native ubuntu tools This tutorial will literally take you a couple of seconds and is very easy and simple to follow. Please let me know if you run into any Read more about Format USB Memory Stick or Drive in Ubuntu[…]

Delete a snapshot in Oracle VM VirtualBox Manager

Delete a snapshot in Oracle VM VirtualBox Manager

Let me show you how to delete a snapshot in Oracle VM VirtualBox Manager This will be a very quick tutorial to show you how to delete a snapshot in Oracle VM VirtualBox Manager I am running Ubuntu 14.04 but this should be the same for all versions of Oracle VM Virtual Box Manager. So Read more about Delete a snapshot in Oracle VM VirtualBox Manager[…]

Subterfuge – No module named defaults

Subterfuge – No module named defaults – resolved Why does this happen? After scratching my head for a couple of minutes over this I realized that this was a compilation or rather package error by the subterfuge. And happens because the configuration file that Ubuntu is referring to inside the urls.py file no longer exists. Read more about Subterfuge – No module named defaults[…]

Disable ICMP / Enable ICMP on Ubuntu

Ubuntu Disable ICMP / Enable ICMP (Ping) Temp and Permanent Solution

Ubuntu – Disable ICMP / Enable ICMP Today I will show you how to Permanently disable ICMP / enable ICMP ping requests to your Ubuntu machine. I will also be covering how to temporarily disable ICMP / enable ICMP So let me show you how: 1. Open the terminal by pressing ctrl+alt+t 2. Now type Read more about Ubuntu Disable ICMP / Enable ICMP (Ping) Temp and Permanent Solution[…]

Virtualbox increase disk size

Virtualbox increase disk size

  Virtualbox increase disk size So today I will show you how to increase an existing disk on a virtual machine inside virtualbox thus the title Virtualbox increase disk size. This is a very quick and easy to follow tutorial and should not take longer then 5 minutes to complete. For this example we will Read more about Virtualbox increase disk size[…]

Installing Skype on Ubuntu

Installing Skype on Ubuntu

  Let see how you would go about installing Skype on Ubuntu Installing Skype on Ubuntu is a very easy and quick process. So let me show you how it is done. Please note that there is a known GUI interface issue with Ubuntu 14.04 but not to worry. I will show you how to Read more about Installing Skype on Ubuntu[…]

Empty Ubuntu Trash using Terminal or Command Line

How to disable password prompts in Ubuntu

Today I will cover how to disable password prompts in Ubuntu NOTE: THIS MIGHT BE A POTENTIAL SECURITY RISK Obviously when you disable password prompts in Ubuntu you run the risk of miscellaneous software being installed on your machine without being authenticated. And although I know that this is sometimes a real issue specially if Read more about How to disable password prompts in Ubuntu[…]

Empty Ubuntu Trash using Terminal or Command Line

Empty Ubuntu Trash using Terminal or Command Line

  So you want to Empty Ubuntu Trash using Terminal or Command Line? Empty Ubuntu Trash using Terminal or Command Line. There are multiple reasons that you might want to do this and it is actually very quick and simple to accomplish it using a straight forward command within Terminal and thus should only take Read more about Empty Ubuntu Trash using Terminal or Command Line[…]