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This comprehensive guide will teach you how to install Ubuntu Linux on any Chromebook via Crouton. Crouton allows you to switch between Ubuntu and Chrome OS easily and seamlessly.

#Chromebook #Crouton #Linux #Ubuntu #Chrx #ChrUbuntu
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For users who want more than Chrome OS, there is the option to install Linux natively. This allows for a more complete OS that gets rid of most of the limitations of Chrome OS. This method removes Chrome OS from your Chromebook and turns it into solely a Linux machine. I will be installing Elementary OS, but you can install any popular Linux distribution and it will likely work fine.
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For users who want more than Chrome OS, there is the option to install Linux natively. This allows for a more complete OS that gets rid of most of the limitations of Chrome OS. This method removes Chrome OS from your Chromebook and turns it into solely a Linux machine. I will be installing Elementary OS, but you can install any popular Linux distribution and it will likely work fine.
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If you are already using your Raspberry Pi as a server, you’ll want to add some torrent capabilities. You can do this with a popular torrent program called Transmission. Usually, Transmission is a standalone program you can use to manage your torrents but in this tutorial you’ll build a Raspberry Pi Torrent Box to be able to manage your torrents on any web browser on your home network.
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[TUTORIAL] Turn a Raspberry Pi into a Plex Media Server

The Raspberry Pi is a very capable little device that can do all sorts of things. One cool thing is being able to turn it into a Raspberry Pi Plex Media Server.
Plex is a media player that organizes all of your TV Shows, Movies, Music, and Pictures. The Plex server will allow you to transmit all of your media to a client, which can be pretty much any device! Check out my tutorial below on how to achieve this.
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Your Raspberry Pi microSD card can fill up quickly. Especially if you plan on turning it into a media server or torrent box. The best place to store your media files or downloads would be a Network Attached Storage (NAS). Check out my tutorial on mapping a network share on your Raspberry Pi (with automount)
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[TUTORIAL] How to set a Static IP Address on your Raspberry Pi

If you plan on frequently accessing your Raspberry Pi on your network, you’ll want to have a Raspberry Pi static IP address. This is so when you try to access your Raspberry Pi, it will have the same IP address every time. Check out my tutorial below for instructions on how to achieve this.
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[TUTORIAL] How to set up SSH and SFTP on a Raspberry Pi

If you want to access your Raspberry Pi from any computer on your network you’ll want to enable SSH. SSH stands for Secure Shell and it’s a secure, text-based way to remotely login to another machine on a network. SFTP stands for SSH File Transfer Protocol, which allows you to transfer files remotely. For Raspberry Pi, these are essential! Check out my tutorial below.

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Check out my picks for top 5 essential web design books! Which books do you recommend? #WebDesign #WebDev
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The Design of Everyday Things shows that good, usable design is possible. The rules are simple: make things visible, exploit natural relationships that couple function and control, and make intelligent use of constraints. The goal: guide the user effortlessly to the right action on the right control at the right time.
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