Top 5 Reasons Why Linux Mint Is Better

Top 5 Reasons Why Linux Mint Is Better

Top 5 Reasons Why Linux Mint Is Better. In this video why I think Linux Mint is better. Not saying Linux Mint the best distro, I’m saying that it’s often times better than that “other” OS most people are using. I also think it’s better than some other distros out there. In future videos, I’ll… Read more »

Top 5 Linux Apps For Writing

Top 5 Linux Apps For Writing

Top 5 Linux Apps For Writing. Keeping in mind that not all Linux apps for writing are created equal nor do they each provide the same functionality. Today I’ll provide you with my top five Linux app picks for writing. ## Support the Patreon, now with new Just Ask Matt support options – ##… Read more »

Debian vs Ubuntu - Their Differences and Similarities

Debian vs Ubuntu – Their Differences and Similarities

Debian vs Ubuntu, their differences and similarities. While Ubuntu is based on Debian, there are some areas where the two distros differ. In this video I’ll discuss Debian and Ubuntu, how they differ from one another and how despite these differences the two Linux distros manage to do amazing things. ## Debian vs Ubuntu. ##… Read more »

Best Ubuntu Apps

The Best Ubuntu Apps

Best Ubuntu Apps. There are countless apps or applications for Ubuntu and other Linux distros available. However, I feel strongly that these five Linux apps are must have software, especially the first four software titles. The latter is simply an application I feel strongly that most of us who have large ebook libraries ought to… Read more »

5 Reasons To Use Ubuntu MATE

5 Reasons To Use Ubuntu MATE

5 reasons to use Ubuntu MATE. I have contributed both in ideas and in the past, financially to Ubuntu MATE. It’s a solid Linux distro that really shines in its stability and usability. Today I’m sharing my top five reasons why I think you should consider using Ubuntu MATE as your goto Linux distro. **********************************************************… Read more »

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Top Five Linux Desktop Mistakes We Make

Top five Linux desktop mistakes we make. Let’s face it, we as humans tend to miss stuff when it comes to technology sometimes. This is especially true in the Linux community. What do you think? Perhaps Linux users are getting better about avoiding these mistakes when running their favorite Linux distros? Hit the YouTube comments,… Read more »

Linux Bluetooth Headset Fix

Linux Bluetooth Headset Fix

Linux Bluetooth Headset Fix. Here’s how I got my Broadcom BCM20702 chipset generic Bluetooth dongle to provide both high-fidelity and headset capability to my Bluetooth headset with mic. Source: Plugable USB Bluetooth Adapter: Solving HFP/HSP and A2DP Profile Issues on Linux In a terminal: First let’s make sure we have a compatible USB Bluetooth dongle,… Read more »

Can't Burn CDs in Ubuntu 18.04 Fix

JC’s Favorite BASH Commands

We chill and look at some cool commands for the BASH terminal and scripts. Link to the list of commands: Please join the discussion at EzeeTalk. It’s free, secure and fun! Please be sure to give EzeeLinux a ‘Like’ on Facebook! Thanks! Check out for more about Linux.

Best Linux Distros for Beginners

Best Linux Distros for Beginners

Best Linux Distros for Beginners. Some of you may disagree, others may have other distros they feel are better suited for newcomers and Linux beginners. That said, these four distros are my top picks based on factors such as ease of use, it’s reliable and hardware detection is solid. Do you have other distros that… Read more »

Can't Burn CDs in Ubuntu 18.04 Fix

Linux vs. Windows The Fundamental Differences

We talk about the differences between Linux and Windows. Please be sure to give EzeeLinux a ‘Like’ on Facebook! Thanks! and Check out

  • The Ubuntu Tipping Point – Maybe

    I got a big shock today when I looked at the analytics for my humble little YouTube channel. I posted a rather dry video showing off some of the new features of Ubuntu 16.04 just before it went to beta and in less than three weeks it has gotten more than 25,000 views. Wow! That’s… Read more »

  • Food for Linux

    Poor man’s Guide to Remote Linux Desktop Support

    Before anyone poo-poos this, read the ENTIRE article first. 😉 Today’s article is the third in a series I call the “Getting work done” article series. One of the most common things we face as Linux enthusiasts is the “vacuum of despair” that comes about from switching family to Linux without fully thinking through backups… Read more »

  • Ubuntu MATE Review

    Weirdest Ubuntu MATE Review EVER!

    In a recent video, I gave my viewers a fun walk-through sharing what makes Ubuntu MATE awesome and why I think it’s the perfect distro for newcomers. To that end, here are some of the important highlights of the video included in this article. (Click the image to play the video) Updates – Historically, updating… Read more »

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    How To Optimize Ubuntu for Speed

    The release of Ubuntu 16.04 LTS is right around the corner and lots of users will be reloading their systems to take advantage of all the new features and updated software. Also, many other distributions are based on Ubuntu’s LTS versions, so all of you Linux Mint, elementary OS, Linux Lite and Zorin users can… Read more »

  • Skype’s Dead – All Hail WebRTC

    Today’s article is the second in a series I call the “Getting work done” article series. Updates Added – see the bottom of the article: It seems like only yesterday that Skype came onto the scene. Suddenly, the idea of making calls over the Internet felt completely doable. Before this, the alternatives were pretty limited…. Read more »

  • Synergy

    Control Linux Boxes With Synergy

    Today’s article is the first in a series I call the “Getting work done” article series. Let’s face it, there are instances where jumping from PC to PC is a bit of a downer – even when it’s something awesome like a Linux PC. Sure, it may not be difficult to walk across the room,… Read more »

  • How to Verify the Integrity of a File with SHA-1

    (Matt’s addendum to Eric’s video) There are other Secure Hash Algorithms available, however for the demonstration in this video, Eric will be using SHA-1. Raspbian for example, offers what you need to verify your download using SHA-1. While it’s depreciated when compared to other Secure Hash Algorithm options, it does provide you with an idea… Read more »

  • Lessons from the Linux Mint Hack

    POSTED 3:43PM PST, Sunday — Unless you’re completely unplugged from the Linux news media, by now you’ve heard about the exploit that affected both the Linux Mint WordPress site and the Linux Mint 17.3 Cinnamon edition. What you need to know: Softpedia provides a solid account and breakdown of events. However, they did miss something…more… Read more »

  • 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 »

  • A Look at Linux Lite

    A YouTuber I have followed for years just posted a series of videos about the new monster Linux computer he just built. This thing has an eight-core processor. Each core is multi-threaded, so his System Monitor reports 16 cores, mind you. It has 32 GB’s of memory, a video card with two cooling fans and… Read more »