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Removing Linux from a computer with Windows 10

Let’s say you have a computer that have Windows 10 as its default operating system (OS). Then you manage to install a Linux distribution (e.g., Ubuntu) alongside Windows 10. But then you change your mind and you want to restore the system as it was, only with Windows 10, removing Linux and the multi-OS selector […]

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How to create a GPS Route from a Map

The purpose of this post is to describe the steps to design, define and create a GPS route as a file and import it to mobile applications and/or webs. Steps 1. Find the route The first step is to analyze the route you are going to take. You may need a scout phase before actually […]

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How to fix an unreadable USB Flash Drive on Ubuntu

Sometimes USB memory sticks just become unreadable, probably because we have remove it from the port before unmount it or because we had to force to stop a process that was operating with it. In any case. Some OS, like Windows or MacOS X, seem to not react when USB is plugged. This is why […]

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How to rip a DVD into a file

  HandBrake Open “HandBrake” Select folder of DVD (whether it is in DVD unit or in a downloaded folder) Wait until preview is finished Click on “Browse” next to “Save as” Optionally, you can select optino in “When done…” Click on “Start Encode” Wait until it is finished. VLC Media Player Download and instal “VLC […]

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How to install OpenFortiGUI on Ubuntu Linux

OpenFortiGUI is an open-source VPN-Client to connect to Fortigate VPN-Hardware. It is based on openfortivpn and adds an easy to use and nice GUI on top of it, written in Qt5. This is a tutorial of how to install OpenFortiGUI in Ubuntu Linux. In my case I used version Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. Installation Instructions 1. Add […]

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How to install Windows 10 in a Virtual Machine on Ubuntu Linux

There are different virtual machines available for Linux/Ubuntu, but in this tutorial we are using Oracle VM VirtualBox. VirtualBox is a free and open source virtualization software from Oracle. I installed VirtualBox on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus).   1. Add VirtualBox to Ubuntu repository Go to Start > Software & Updates > Other Software […]

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