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Basic Guide to Testing Memory in Ubuntu

Written on January 16, 2020 by Ben Bohnen

A bad stick of RAM can cause a system to become unstable and crash frequently. One of the first steps that you can take in troubleshooting frequent crashing is to run a memory diagnostics test. This article will demonstrate how to access Memtest86+ in your Ubuntu install.


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Is Linux Right for Me?

Written on January 10, 2020 by Ben Bohnen

This article will cover if transiting over to a Linux operating system would be a good option for you. We want to help arm you with some foundational information regarding Linux and provide an understand about what to expect before making a transition.


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Nvidia Drivers Are Now Included In The SRU, Here's How To Keep Up To Date!

Written on October 2, 2019 by Ben Bohnen

It is no secret that installing the lasted Nvidia drivers can be a bit of a pain. In this article, we will be covering how to install Nvidia drivers via the command line and the GUI.


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Linux in Windows, how exciting

Written on April 30, 2018 by Chad Warmenhoven

Microsoft generously wrote in the ability to install a FEW Linux distros but unfortunately, it doesn't work right out of the box. In the guide I will discuss how to install the WSL and get the distros installed.


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Linux hardware identification tools - now with more GUI

Written on February 1, 2018 by Chad Warmenhoven

We all utilize hash commands (terminal) for a number of functions in Linux but you know, sometimes it's nice to have a GUI. This is the first in a series of posts that will provide some useful GUI based tools for your Linux environment. I felt the best place to start was with hardware information collection.