The top 5 – must know keyboard shortcuts in Ubuntu

Keyboard shortcuts can boost your productivity. They just don’t get the work done quickly, but also improves the efficiency. Give them a try and you just might find yourself getting addicted to keyboard shortcuts. Super key The super key is just next to the Alt key. Just click on this and start searching and opening … Read moreThe top 5 – must know keyboard shortcuts in Ubuntu

How to download a website using wget Linux command

The wget utility is a powerful and effective mode that enables you to download web pages, files and images from the web using the Linux command line. For this guide, we will learn how to download this free one page template – https://blackrockdigital.github.io/startbootstrap-coming-soon/. So you open up the terminal on Linux. It is worth creating … Read moreHow to download a website using wget Linux command

Chrome Remote Desktop on Linux Ubuntu

Google provides a free and powerful tool, Chrome Remote Desktop (CRD), that lets you connect to and control your Windows, Linux, Mac or even Android device over the internet. The computer has to be running the Chrome browser, of course, and you also need a Gmail account to sign in and use this feature. It’s … Read moreChrome Remote Desktop on Linux Ubuntu

Meet up with RedHat’s Arun Eapen

Here’s a good opportunity for Sri Lankan RedHat enthusiasts to meet up with the Linux expert, Arun Eapen CISSP, RHCA, RHCSS, RHCDS, RHCVA, the Technical Delivery Manager & Certification Poobah at RedHat, India. With more than 18 years of industry experience, Arun is the first in the SAARC region to be certified as a Red … Read moreMeet up with RedHat’s Arun Eapen

Why I stayed with Ubuntu

It’s more than 3 years now and the experience with Linux’s desktop operating system, Ubuntu has been really good. It hasn’t been rosy all the time but when you have an amazing community of followers, there’s valuable help all the time. It’s open-source and free, it’s safe, it’s simple and it’s fast. No more malware … Read moreWhy I stayed with Ubuntu

Webvision turns ten

Webvision Sri Lanka 10 years in web design and developmentThis month, Webvision turns ten years old. Ten years ago, I vividly remember working on a project using an assembled AMD PC. That too, from my bedroom!

Ten years later and almost everything has changed. We spend more time doing work on Linux rather than on Windows. We have more satisfied clients from all parts of Sri Lanka and overseas and we have moved into a spacious office that overlooks a tea plantation. We have also shifted our focus from static web design to dynamic, database driven content management systems.

So what has not changed? It’s Ella! The place in which we started our business in the hills of Sri Lanka. Many have asked us how we operate from here and reach out to the rest of the world? Let’s face it, we are doing business on the Internet and that makes the world a very very small place.

We thank God for his guidance throughout these ten years. Thank you to our faithful customers – thank you for doing business with Webvision. Thank you for your patience and understanding and thank you for your referrals. We are truly grateful!

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CeylonLinux gives out free CDs

I have been using Linux for some time now and am very satisfied! Although upgrades of Ubuntu is possible online, it really helps when one has his/her own CD. It was refreshing when I heard recently that CeylonLinux was offering the Ubuntu CD free. So now you don’t have to wait for weeks till the … Read moreCeylonLinux gives out free CDs