How to install qBittorrent with webui on Ubuntu?

Qbittorrent Ft - Smarthomebeginner

qBittorrent is not the most common bittorent client for Linux or other platforms and I think it should be. qBittorrent webui is like a thin client yet feature-rich and aesthetically pleasing. In this post, I will explain how to install qBittorrent on Ubuntu. On Windows, nothing beats µtorrent. On Linux … read more

How to enable Lubuntu auto login?

Lubuntu Auto Login

Lubuntu is a fast and lightweight operating system developed by a community of Free and Open Source enthusiasts. This post explains how to enable Lubuntu auto login feature. The core of the Lubuntu system is based on Linux and Ubuntu . Lubuntu uses the minimal desktop LXDE, and a selection … read more

Install Transmission with web interface on Ubuntu

Transmission 2.84

Transmission bittorrent is probably the most common bittorent client for Linux platforms. Transmission web interface is like a thin client yet feature-rich and aesthetically pleasing. Bittorrent client for Windows and Linux are both available. I have previously written articles on how to install Deluge with webui on Lucid Lynx server … read more

Install deluge web interface on Ubuntu

Deluge Torrent Client

Deluge torrent is one of my favorite torrent download client and a great alternative for transmission torrent. I especially like its ability to run as a thin client and the feature rich torrent web ui. It has a bittorrent client for windows and linux. I started using it since Lucid … read more

Minimal desktop environment for linux servers

Gnome Core Desktop Gdm Login

Your server speed, cpu usage, memory usage, and overall Linux performance depends also on the amount of system resources your desktop environment is using. A minimal desktop environment will consume less resources and therefore make more resources available for serving purposes. Many system administrators argue that headless server is the … read more

Lightweight desktop environment for ubuntu server

Gnome Ubuntu Logo - Smarthomebeginner

Your server speed, cpu usage, memory usage, and overall Linux performance depends also on the amount of system resources your desktop environment is using. A lightweight desktop environment or a minimal desktop, will consume less resources and therefore make more resources available for serving purposes. Many system administrators argue that … read more