Author Archives: Luke

PS4 and Clonezilla

There’s not much to say except that it is possible to clone your PS4′s hard drive. We here at Operationlinux have attempted and succeeded at doing so. The only pitfall we noticed was that you need space for the entire … Continue reading

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MythTV Frontend

This tutorial will guide you through installing mythtv’s frontend on a Kubuntu machine. So the easiest way to install mythfrontend is through a package. But guess what? If you already have a master backend server that wasn’t installed with the … Continue reading

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MythTV Backend

DVR (Digital Video Recorder) aka PVR The modern VHS, the ability to record TV to watch it later, fast forward, rewind, pause, and even skip commercials! These devices are affordable to buy off the shelf but here at operationlinux we’ll … Continue reading

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Virtualization

Today instead of an “Operation” we will do a more normal Blog post and the topic is Virtualization. So what does Virtualization mean? Well first something that is Virtual is like the real thing but not quite. Like a reproduction … Continue reading

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WordPress and FTP

We self host WordPress and during our installation we came to a difficult part…setting up FTP.  The way the WordPress “update automatically” features work is through an FTP account.  You setup an FTP user for WordPress to use so it … Continue reading

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Install jEdit

The easiest way to install JEdit on my Kubuntu is to use apt, like so: root@greeny:~# apt-get install jedit Reading package lists… Done Building dependency tree Reading state information… Done The following extra packages will be installed: ca-certificates-java icedtea-6-jre-cacao java-common … Continue reading

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Obtain standard Java…and then put it in a standard place.

OBTAIN .bin file -Go to http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index.html -The JRE is sufficient (if you’re asking you won’t need the JDK) part way down the page is “Download JRE”, click it. -On the next page you’ll see a Platform drop down, since this … Continue reading

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