This tutorial will help you to use Scrcpy (screen copy) program so you can remotely and visually control your Android phone from Ubuntu laptop. Fortunately, it is available on Ubuntu and does not require root to work. This is useful for surprisingly many purposes will be explained below, including being helpful when your screen is damaged. Now let's try this excellent program!

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This tutorial will help you to import, use, reuse, save and export/convert templates with Writer. You will learn about OTT file format, converting ODT and DOC to it, making new document from template with examples and pictures. Let's learn now.

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This collection will help you using LibreOffice Math so you can write mathematics and scientific equations easily on Writer, Calc, and Impress. Math is the equation editor of LibreOffice that is well integrated to every window and can be called with menubar Insert > Formula. We have several tutorials with examples and pictures included you can learn below. 


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You might want to learn Rust on Ubuntu. Rust is a new computer programming language in the same categories as older ones namely C, C++ and Java. Using it, one can make programs for desktop, laptop, web and server as well as embedded computers. Created by Mozilla in 2010, Rust is now growing to be used to develop many critical software including some you use everyday, such as Firefox's Quantum engine, a FOSS remote desktop called RustDesk, and a new operating system called Redox OS. This tutorial will help you install required tools and write code in Rust. Don't worry to exercise as we also include uninstall steps too. What are you waiting for? Now let's try Rust for sure. 


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Backports repository is useful for Ubuntu users who want newer versions of certain software packages (including development tools, hardware drivers) only available in the newer OS release. For example, in Focal, we only get LibreOffice 6.4 at best, while to get LibreOffice 7 we usually should upgrade the OS version instead the software version. How to upgrade the software only? Ubuntu gives us Backports repository in order to solve this issue. This tutorial will explain in simple manners with examples to do that. 

 


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This advisory tutorial containing apps, games and settings recommendation will help you having first steps to do after installing/upgrading your computer to Ubuntu 22.10 Kinetic Kudu. Let's find your convenience!
 
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This tutorial will help you install Ubuntu 22.10 operating system into your computer explained with pictures step by step. Codenamed Kinetic Kudu, it is the latest version of Ubuntu, the world most popular OS from the FOSS community. By reading this tutorial, you will be able to install Ubuntu into you PC and laptop in easy and safe ways without worry of accidentally deleting data. Now let's exercise and happy installing! 

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Congratulations to Ubuntu community worldwide as Ubuntu 22.10 codenamed Kinetic Kudu has been released by Canonical on 20 October 2022. This is a regular release with 9-month support that comes with many new technologies. Special in this release is the return of Unity Desktop, the former user interface from Natty to Zesty era, welcomed as one of the official flavors. In this article, you will be able to download Ubuntu Desktop, Ubuntu Server and all official versions from Kubuntu to Ubuntu Unity. Happy downloading!

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