How to create custom screenshot shortcuts

Unity, Gnome and gnome-screenshot over scrot I’m really satisfied with the default Gnome screenshot system. Easy to use and very responsive. Simple press Prt button for a whole screen grab, just Shift+Prt to catch an area or Alt+Prt to get a window saved. Easy, fast and reliable. It’s Gnome Screenshots and screencasts. But what if you need to customize it?[…]

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Samba share shakes like a tango

Samba, the right way is ok On GNU/Linux systems, sometimes it happens that simple things become complicated things. Personally, I have founded that Samba Share (SMB) is a nice way to share files, but with some frustrating issues. Samba is easy to configure and doesn’t need much work from the clients to access, supposed to be based upon standard conditions.[…]

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Share a folder between two Linux machine

Many ways, one way On GNU/Linux systems, there are many ways to share disks and folder between machines. Personally, I have founded that Samba Share (SMB) is a nice and fast way to share disks and folders also to different operating systems. NFS is often used with Unix operating systems, but SMB and NetWare Core Protocol (NCP) occur more commonly[…]

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