How to Install VLC Extensions on Linux

The VLC player allows you to install extensions, plugins and skins without the need of the Debian, Ubuntu, Arch or Fedora package managers. You simply install .lua files by copying them into a directory. These .lua files work as extensions on most versions of the VLC media player and some …

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How to Watch Amazon Prime Videos with Firefox in Ubuntu

When you try to watch Amazon Prime videos while using Mozilla Firefox on Linux, you might end up getting a Digital Rights error message. You may be told that your web browser is missing a digital rights component, and it will then provide you with some information about a Widevine …

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Fix: Windows 10 Login Issues After Changing TrustedInstaller Ownership

If you recently changed your ownership from Trusted Installer to your account in C drive then you might be facing multiple issues. Even if you aren’t facing any issues right now, there’s a high chance that you will in a while especially when you restart your computer. The need for …

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How to Install Kali Linux On Android

Kali Linux is one of the best operating systems hackers, security researchers and pentesters use. It provides hundreds of pentest tools and it’s ease of use suggests why it’s part of every security professional’s toolbox. Fortunately, Android is based on Linux, which makes it quite possible for Kali to be …

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Fix: Surface Pro 3 Cursor Disappears

All things considered, the Surface Pro 3 was a pretty decent success. However, unfortunately, many Surface Pro 3 users have been complaining and continue to complain about an issue where the tablet’s cursor (mouse pointer) occasionally disappears. Some affected users believe this to be a software-related issue, while others believe …

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How to Fix hd0 Out of Disk Error on Linux

One of the errors Linux users dread more than any other reads something like error: hd0 out of disk. Press any key to continue… at boot time. This error makes it seem as though your boot volume is physically not present in your system. While this does indicate that there …

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How to Fix Unexpected Inconsistencies on Linux Partitions

In a manner of speaking, all file system inconsistencies are unexpected. No one actually wants to go out and find that their file structure is damaged in some way. However, the term “unexpected inconsistency” will sometimes actually show up as a specific type of error message. Since this error message …

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