How to Share Wireless Connection via Ethernet Cable in Ubuntu to Any Device


Have you ever wanted to have internet in a PC that doesn’t have a wireless card, or maybe even play with your Xbox online, but the modem’s too far? Well, with this tutorial, you will learn how to share a computers wireless connection via Ethernet.

Difficulty level: Easy

1. In Ubuntu, look for the connections icon at the top right of your desktop. Click on it. Learn More

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mojoPortal Tips: How to Use Web Fonts in mojoPortal

So – with the latest release of mojoPortal, we’ve gotten some new skins to work with – or maybe you’ve created a custom skin using Artisteer. Whether you’re going for a fully customized look, or just wanting to update an existing skin, one very easy method to give your website a bit more individuality, or conform with a corporate branding message, is to use web fonts.

What are web fonts? Here’s a very concise description from Wikipedia: “Web fonts allow Web designers to use fonts that are not installed on the viewer’s computer.” This refers to the fact that the fonts installed on your local computer won’t always be the same ones your viewers have installed on theirs. With the proliferation of devices such as iPads, iPhones, and Android devices, as well as PCs and Macs, it can be a real challenge to keep your font choices consistent across all platforms. The best solution has been the font-face format introduced in CSS2, and widely accepted in CSS3. Learn More

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How to List Processes and Manually Remove Them in Linux


If you have had applications and programs that randomly just stop responding, you might wonder how to close them like you used to in Windows’ Task Manager. Guess what? Today is your lucky day. I’ll show you how to list processes to manually kill (remove) them.

Difficulty level: Easy

1. Open your terminal or konsole Learn More

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