In large environments, manually installing multiple operating systems can be time-consuming and tedious. However, the process can be fully automated. In this article, we will describe a solution for automatic, unattended installation of EuroLinux Desktop on a computer that has access to the installation server via a LAN interface.
Samba is a free file and printer server that uses the SMB (Server Message Block) protocol. It allows you to create a mixed environment where Windows and Linux computers can use each other's resources. In this article we will show you how to install and use Samba.
NVIDIA Driver is a software driver for the NVIDIA GPU installed in your computer. It is used for the operating system to communicate with the graphics card. This software is necessary to take full advantage of the advanced features of the graphics card (GPU), such as settings for screen resolution or the number of colors to display. In this post, we will show you how to easily install the NVIDIA driver on EuroLinux.
After a period of tumultuous development, Linux gaming has finally managed to win the trust of gamers and convince them to the platform from under the penguin sign. Thanks to digital video game distribution services, gamers can enjoy their favorite Windows titles also on EuroLinux Desktop.
EuroLinux Desktop is a modern operating system that combines the look and functionality of Windows® and macOS® with the reliability and security of an Enterprise Linux distribution. In this article, we will show you how to install EuroLinux Desktop.
Arduino is an Open Source platform used to build electronic projects. It consists of a programmable board/microcontroller and the IDE software, which is used to write and upload code to the board. In this article, using the Arduino IDE running on EuroLinux Desktop, we will create a simple program to monitor our server room.
EuroLinux Desktop is a modern operating system that combines the aesthetic and functionality of Windows® and macOS® with the reliability and security of Enterprise Linux distributions. The software, built upon the source code of Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® 9, incorporates a series of changes to the user interface.