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LibreOffice ignores your system’s paper size preferences and uses what is set in its default templates. It is possible to change the templates, however.
By default, a new Linux installation is named “localhost” or “localhost.localdomain” on many distributions. You should usually replace this with at least a hostname. And for some purposes you’ll need a fully qualified domain name (FQDN).
Thunderbird is a popular full featured open source mail client.
What to add to your backup set if you use Grub legacy.
VirtualBox allows you to install one or more operating systems in virtual machines (VMs) on your computer without affecting your original bootloader or disk partitions. It has many uses; here I describe using it for trying new distributions without putting … Continue reading
Xfce is, of this writing, my favorite desktop environment in Linux. There are so many configuration options that I find it helpful to write down here my preferred settings.
Your hard disk is where your data lives, so it is prudent to monitor it with periodic self testing.
Backing up the instant messaging client Pidgin.
Windows files that can be excluded from your backup routine. …
Microsoft Office files that can be excluded from your backup routine.