The instructions are pretty much same as for 12.04 LTS, which I described in detail here.
Though to make it complete:
1/ Bootup, login as root, click "Install VMWare tools" from your host machine
2/ mount the ISO:
mount /dev/cdrom /mnt/cdrom
you might need to make directory for it first:
3/ copy the files from there to temp:
cp /mnt/cdrom/VMwareTools-*.tar.gz /tmp
4/ unpack it:
tar -xvzf VMwareTools*.tar.gz
5/ do the installation (you can omit -d Read more [...]
This how-to basically follows what's been said here already, updated links for new version.
0) Do the basic system installation of Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (Server or Desktop)
1) wget the installer
2) set the downloaded file as executable (optionally rename using mv or GUI):
sudo chmod +x VMware-Workstation-Full-12.0.0-2985596.x86_64.bundle
3) run the installation:
4) finish the installation Read more [...]
today I would like to share with you how to recursively change the ownership of a directory in Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. Obviously this also works in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, Debian 7 and others. Btw. "recursively" means the folder and everything what's inside (files, sub directories etc..)...
it's fairly easy - assuming you want to do recursive change of ownership of folder /tmp/mydirectory to user "root" within group "root":
chown -R root:root /tmp/mydirectory
That was easy. Wasn't it? ;). Enjoy Read more [...]
Update 2015-04-16: This how to was originally written for Debian 6 and Ubuntu 12.04 but I can assure you that it has been tested with success on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. Just make sure you really use file client.conf (NOT client.ovpn).
I had this huge problem - my Debian desktop did not reconnect to the VPN on reboot so here is a small how-to what needs to be done :).
Assumptions: You have working installation of OpenVPN client so when you are in /etc/openvpn and type: openvpn client.conf , where Read more [...]