Showing posts from September, 2016

How to fix and prevent the /dev/sda1: recovering journal On Ubuntu 16.04 Gnome

As I was booting my computer up one morning I saw this awful error message rather than the Ubuntu Gnome boot logo, it turned out to be a common error and can be fixed easily, let's get to the details!

An unusual weekend: Comi-con and FM radio!

This weekend comes as a change from my normal weekend routine that I have settled into in the past few years since graduating from college, which consists usually of me hanging around endlessly checking social media, or hanging out with a friend at a coffee shop (checking social media from there), the same friend at the same coffee shop, it gets boring after a while, doesn’t it?
I decided to step out of my comfort zone and try to do some activities even when there isn’t much to do around here.
Please note that the weekend in Libya is Friday and Saturday.

LibreOffice is more than just a MS office alternative

The timing couldn't have been more prefect, with Libreoffice convention just ending and as we enjoy the freshly released LibreOffice 5.2, this post has been siting as a draft for quite some time! It's about Libreoffice taking the lead as a unique word processing suit.

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Tech news digest (September 2016)

In this post I'm collecting tech news from all over the web, too small for separate posts, but I guess that everyone is up for a treat with a digest like this!

My 3 year journey with GNU Linux

Linux has been around for 25 years! Last week the world celebrated the 25th anniversary since Linus Torvalds wrote the Minix kernel.
I've been using Gun/Linux based operating system as my main OS for three years now, and it's been very rewarding! In this post I’ll talk about a journey with GNU/Linux and how it turned into what I use on daily basis and feels right to me rather than the new interesting idea I saw in a tech magazine!