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Graphical applications often store settings and other user-specific data in configuration files written inside the user's home folder. The main mechanism applications use to determine what they should use as the user's home folder is the HOME environ
Polkit (formerly PolicyKit) is a component for controlling system-wide privileges in Unix-like operating systems. It provides an organized way for non-privileged processes to communicate with privileged ones. Polkit allows a level of control of centr
Whether you’re resource-conscious, investigating a system slowdown, or, like me, just plain nosey, Ubuntu makes it easy to keep an eye on CPU, RAM and other hardware information. Below are five different ways to monitor system resource usage in Ubunt
Answer #: 1 There’s no specific distribution called “Ubuntu server”, it’s all Ubuntu. There are different installation media for Ubuntu desktop and server, but the difference is only in the initial installation program and the set of packages include
Wayland isn't for the end user. End users aren't going to drive the switch; it's not like upgrading to Windows 8 -- you don't have to sell the product to end users who are buying it. The buyers are the developers who maintain distributions and write
Having tested all the above mentioned tools, I have settled with the following tools for managing my Git repositories: SmartGit SmartGit is an easy-to-use graphical user interface for Git with optimized work-flows. SmartGit supports all Git and Mercu