Tuesday, September 25, 2018

How to Fix LibreOffice Looks Awful in KDE Plasma, LXQt, Deepin

Linuxslaves.com - For those who use KDE Plasma, LXQt, Deepin Desktop Environment, or other QT-based desktop you'll find that LibreOffice (calc, draw, impress, writer, math, base) looks plain ugly like 90's desktop.

Fix Deepin Custom Wallpaper Results in Black Background

Linuxslaves.com - There is nothing wrong with the stock wallpapers in Deepin Linux and/or DDE (Deepin Desktop Environment). I can easily set my preferred one as wallpaper and lock screen with zero issue.

Saturday, September 22, 2018

How to Add Google Chrome Repository in Deepin Linux

Linuxslaves.com - In my opinion, Deepin is one of the most polished and very easy to use Linux distro. After digging it out, I noticed that Deepin doesn't provide latest version of Google Chrome / Google Earth.

Friday, September 21, 2018

Elementary OS Juno Beta 2 is Out and Available to Download

Linuxslaves.com - The second beta of Ubuntu-based (18.04 Bionic Beaver) distribution, Elementary OS 5 Juno is finally out with bunch of changes and improvements, including new look, better workflow in elementary Code app, and over 200 issues fixes.

Monday, September 17, 2018

How to Install Wine 3.0.3 Stable in Ubuntu and Linux Mint

Linuxslaves.com - Wine 3.0.3 stable has been released with over 52 bugs fixes including Adobe Premiere Elements 14 crashes, Microsoft Windows PowerShell reports, iTunes 12 installer freezes at the final step, Visual Basic setup toolkit fails, Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy (Steam) crashes, and many more.

Friday, September 14, 2018

KeePass Password Safe 2.40 Released, How to Install in Ubuntu

Linuxslaves.com - It's difficult to remember all the passwords. Many people write down and store online accounts like email, social network, FTP password, private notes, etc in a documents. But it's plain insecure. That's why we need a password manager app to protect your private data.

Tuesday, September 4, 2018

How to Fix Shutter Edit Button Disabled in Ubuntu 18.04

Linuxslaves.com - There is this little issue with Shutter in Ubuntu 18.04. Yep, the Edit button is greyed out. This means the image the editing feature such as adding lines, cropping the image, blurring text don't work by the default.