sudo apt-get install autoconf automake libtool-bin libssl-dev git
git clone http://github.com/cherokee/webserver.git
cd webserver
./autogen.sh --prefix=/usr --sysconfdir=/etc --localstatedir=/var
make
sudo make install
cd contrib
chmod 755 cherokee_init-script
sudo cp cherokee_init-script /etc/init.d/cherokee
sudo update-rc.d cherokee defaults
sudo service cherokee start

Historically, I have used Remmina with great success for remoting into Windows (RDP), given two caveats:

  1. I only wanted to use a single monitor
  2. I wasn't using fullscreen in GNOME 3

At first, I was alright with switching to Windows when I really needed to use multiple monitors. Now that I am using Ubuntu GNOME and have come across this full screen bug, I decided it was time to find a different solution. Really, more like relearn a solution I had figured out a while ago - FreeRDP.

I am posting this from my Skylake MSI Z170A GAMING M5 build using my Killer E2400 on Ubuntu Gnome! Below are the (more or less) simple steps I used to get it working.

Currently, I'm a big fan of Ubuntu GNOME and use it as my primary distro.

While the Tweak Tool does many nifty things, it doesn't make switching my mouse cursor theme quite as fluid as I'd like yet.

So, I've written this simple guide to help you get the perfect cursor experience in GNOME 3.

OpenConnect is a great alternative to Cisco's AnyConnect if you are a Linux user. This guide assumes that you have certificate (say, borrowed from your Windows machine on the network) and was written specifically for Ubuntu.