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Ubuntu To Ditch X For Wayland


Ubuntu To Ditch X For Wayland

Well the surprises just keeps mounting. After shocking everyone with the announcement that Ubuntu 11.04 will have Unity on the desktop instead of GNOME Shell, Mark Shuttleworth announced another possibly bigger change – Unity is going to use Wayland display server instead of X. This will not be implemented in Ubuntu 11.04 though

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By Ricky on November 5th
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MSI launches X-Slim X430, goes with AMD instead of Intel


MSI appends another notebook to its ‘X-Slim’ series by launching the X430. Its their latest offering in the increasingly popular ‘ultra-thin feather-light’ category. MSI has gone with AMD’s second generation Athlon Neo X2 dual core processor ditching Intel. Although this move was somewhat expected, but nevertheless it did raise some eye-brows as most of MSI’s…

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By digitalcoconut on November 26th
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Disabling the display (X Server) restart with ctrl-alt-bksp


Disabling the display (X Server) restart with ctrl-alt-bksp

Open the xorg.conf file in your favourite text editor. This file, xorg.conf lies in the /etc/X11 folder in most standard Linux installations. Then add the following lines at the end of the xorg.conf file:

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By Debjit on June 9th
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How to switch between different screen resolutions in linux without restarting Xorg or X display ?


How to switch between different screen resolutions in linux without restarting Xorg or X display ?

In this article we show you how to switch between different screen resolutions in linux without restarting Xorg or X display ?

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By Debjit on May 26th
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How to Forward an X11 Session to Windows over SSH?


How to Forward an X11 Session to Windows over SSH?

This article is also your answer to: How to access a Linux system GUI remotely via SSH from Windows? Accessing the GUI in Linux remotely from another Linux box via SSH is very simple. But if you are at your workplace (where you most probably run windows) and want to access the Linux GUI at…

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By Debjit on March 1st
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How To setup an external / Widescreen monitor to your Laptop in Fedora 10


How To setup an external / Widescreen monitor to your Laptop in Fedora 10

Setting up an external Monitor to your Laptop in Fedora 10 is very simple. Fedora 10 onwards, the default X11 window system configuration file has been dropped and the system auto-configures your X11 system. In case you need to change a few settings to your X11 configuration (which we will be doing here), you need…

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By Debjit on February 6th
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