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Introduction To XBT 2.0 | External Backup Tool for USB Drives

XBT is a program that makes keeping all of your user data safely backed up on a dedicated External USB drive easy. XBT works with Ubuntu 16.04 onward and the Linux Mint 18.x series. Download XBT from Guthub: https://codeload.github.com/EzeeLinux/xbt-external_backup_tool/zip/master Please be sure to give EzeeLinux a ‘Like’ on Facebook! Thanks! https://www.facebook.com/EzeeLinux Check out http://www.ezeelinux.com for more about Linux. More… Read more »

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Control Your Cursor With Your Webcam – For The Record

Control Your cursor With Your Webcam using eViacam. It’s easy and in this episode I’ll show how I can control my mouse cursor with the power of my mind; er, I meant head. Using an application called eViacam, you can make the Linux desktop accessible even if you’re unable to use your arms or hands…. Read more »

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Mr. Desktop & Mr. Server Episode 8 | CYA!

After a year of development, we are proud to announce the new Linux system backup and recovery utility, Cover Your Ass(ets)! We discuss how you can download, install and use CYA on your Linux system in this video. Please be sure to give EzeeLinux a ‘Like’ on Facebook! Thanks! Also check out http://www.ezeelinux.com for more… Read more »

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Linux Digital Audio Workstation Roundup

In the world of home studio recording, the digital audio workstation is one of the most important tools of the trade. Digital audio workstations are used to record audio and MIDI data into patterns or tracks. This information is then typically mixed down into songs or albums. In the Linux ecosystem, there is no shortage… Read more »

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Out with Synapse in with Albert!

Okay, so perhaps Synapse is still around and kicking. And when it’s not segfault(ing) for no reason whatsoever, it’s a great keyboard launcher! Unfortunately, my patience has run thin enough with it that I’ve decided it was time to part ways – for good. Over the past week or so, I spent a fair amount… Read more »

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Plex Media Server on the Raspberry Pi 2 – Joy and Anguish

Over the years, I have been collecting DVDs, backing up the movies to a desktop computer for playback on its big screen. Recently, projects like Kodi and Plex media server came along and promised to not only offer those same movies in a pleasing GUI, but to gather metadata about the movies and to save… Read more »