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I've posted a tutorial about Thunderbird+Enigmail earlier this month. But for Icedove users, although this mail client is based on Thunderbird, things may be not easy, so I write this tutorial. This explains how to install Enigmail into Icedove especially for you using Trisquel, Debian, PureOS, or Parabola where you have Icedove instead of Thunderbird there. This including how to import your personal GPG key pair. Enjoy!

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This tutorial is a continuation to the previous Thunderbird+Enigmail tutorial. This is intended for you GNOME users (on Ubuntu, Fedora, PureOS, etc.) particularly if you use Evolution Mail Client. You will learn how to import your own pair of public+private keys, setup Evolution, and finally read and send email in encryption. Also, you can attach your public key so every recipient can reply to you with encrypted mail only you can read. Overall, it's easy if you know the way. Enjoy! 

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I've written about MultiSystem in 2015 and now in 2018 I meet MultiBootUSB, another free software alternative to make multiple OS bootable USB. Same as MultiSystem, with MultiBootUSB you can burn multiple operating systems in one USB drive. It is smaller, licensed under GNU GPLv2+, the source code is hosted at GitHub and SourceForge. Enjoy!

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This tutorial explains how to install Lightning on Icedove. This makes your Icedove acts as a complete calendar application like KOrganizer or GNOME Calendar. You can import ICS (iCalendar) files or subscribe to any online calendar or create a new calendar from scratch. As many of you may know, Icedove mail client is a derivative of Mozilla Thunderbird, but installing addon on it may be not easy. If you use Trisquel or Debian operating system, and use Icedove, this article is for you. Happy scheduling!

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GNOME 3.30 "Almeria" has been released at 5 September 2018 as announced in mailing list by Matthias Clasen. This version is a Stable version after 6 month development with GUADEC 2018 conference at Almeria, Spain. It brings improvements in its core apps Files, Games, Boxes, Settings, Builder, and it adds new app called Podcasts. In short, the 3.30 is a very attractive and comfortable desktop to use in mid-high computers with RAM 4GB or more. Also, Builder makes GNOME 3.30 amazingly easy for everyone to contribute back to GNOME Project. I tested GNOME 3.30 on Fedora Rawhide (as per 15 September 2018) as Ubuntu users still need to wait until 18.10 released. Thanks to all GNOME Developers and Contributors for bringing this awesome version. Here's my review. Enjoy!

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Both deepin 15.6 and 15.7 were released at June and August 2018. Here's a short summary of them showing the new features and improvements. You will find new Welcome Intro, new Dark Theme, new Power Saving Mode, reduced RAM usage and smaller ISO size, improvements in System Settings, and new ability of File Manager (renaming partition by right-click, for example). You will see them in this article with GIF animations and screenshots. This article also shows in brief why 15.7 is far better than 15.6 so you can choose it to start deepin for your first time. Enjoy!

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This tutorial explains how to upgrade Linux Mint operating system from 18 to 19 (LTS to LTS) with screenshots and more information. This involves two steps of upgrade, the first is upgrading to 18.3 and the second is to 19. You will use mix of GUI and CLI (Software Updater and Terminal) to perform whole steps. This may takes up to 1GB data download, needs 4GB free space or more, and more than 1 hour (mine takes +/-4 hours) to finish all download and upgrade. Please consider again that upgrading is always risky and only do this if you are ready with it. This tutorial uses Linux Mint Cinnamon Edition (LMCE) as example and you can apply this tutorial to LMME and LMXE as well. Anyway, happy upgrading and good luck!

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Ubuntu 16.04.5 has been released at Thursday, 2 August 2018. This tutorial explains how to upgrade 16.04 to 16.04.5 by GUI Software Updater. You will use only Software & Updates dialog to setup the repository and then upgrade your system with Software Updater dialog without using command lines in Terminal. Prepare your internet access and enjoy!

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