There’s a new project that combines the Free BSD kernel along with all the tools and utilities: UbuntuBSD. When you install this OS you’ll get access to all BSD features (ZFS, ports tree, etc.) and Ubuntu features.
Not all messaging apps can be trusted to safeguard your private information. It is because of this we’ve decided to make a top 3 list of the best encrypted messenger apps for Android.
Shashlik is an impressive take on running Android apps on Linux. The best part is that you’re not required to have Chrome. Here’s how it works.
ZeroNet is a P2P networking tool powered by BitTorrent & encrypted with Bitcoin tech. It lets you access and host websites in peer-to-peer fashion.
OpenShot is a fairly famous simple video editor for Linux. The new version is in public beta. Here’s how to get it installed and working.
Raspberry Pi has been around a few years but only ARM-based OSes could be installed – until now. Here’s how to install Windows 10 on Raspberry Pi.
If you’re a Gnome 3 user with dual monitors, you only get one screen with a taskbar and workspace switcher. Here’s how to make it appear on both monitors.
While Google Music is a great app for Android, many of us have music players installed which we are partial to. Here is how you can access your Google Music library in other music players.
The Fishery is a plugin repository for Fish Shell (a replacement shell for Bash that has a lot of features going for it). Check it out.
NayuOS is a Chrome OS fork that takes the good of Chrome OS, sifts through the bad, and creates a totally free, secure and open environment that people can use to develop software on.
If you’re interested in turning your Mac, Windows or Linux computer into an Android computer, check out Remix OS which is based on a forked version of Android Lollipop.
When you understand the way SSH pipes on Linux work, you can get seriously creative. This article covers what happens when you combine Unix pipes and SSH.
If you have a lot of local media on your Linux machine and you’re looking for a solution, you should consider an appliance-based solution rather than an always-on media server solution for your network.
This guide will go over the installation, setup and configuration of Emby on your Linux system. It’ll also go over the many ways in which you can access your movies, music, pictures and TV shows from your media server.
Netboot makes it possible to install most popular Linux distributions directly from the Internet to your machine.Just make a disk, plug it in, select your option and get going. Here’s how it works.
Want to make sure your data and files are protected on your hard drive? Here are four great ways you can back up your entire hard drive on the Linux platform.
Looking to set up a media server for your large collection of music, movies, pictures and TV shows on Linux? This article will show you how to do that using Plex Media Server.
Wondering what’s so great about Chromebooks and Chrome OS? Here are 6 reasons why you may want to consider getting a Google Chromebook.
Are you unhappy with Windows 10 or just want to try something new? If you’ve always wanted to try Linux, here are 8 great reasons to switch from Windows 10 to Linux.
Did you know that the Xbox One can support DLNA with its Media Player app? Here’s how to get a DLNA server for your Xbox One up and running on Linux.
Have you ever wanted to have a web-based operating system – one that you can access anywhere on any computer right from your web browser? If so, check out OS.js
Into mobile gaming? Want to record your Android gameplay, commentate & share it with the world on your YouTube channel with ease? This article shows how!
Bored with Chrome OS? GalliumOS is a specialized Linux distribution based on Ubuntu for Chromebooks only. Is it worth using? Let’s find out!
OpenSUSE has thrown their hat into the ring of free enterprise Linux distributions: OpenSUSE Leap. Does it have what it takes to replace CentOS and others like it? Let’s find out!
Have you ever wished you could mount your entire remote Google Music library in a folder on your Linux desktop? If so, GMusicFS may interest you. Here’s how it works.
Recently the developers at Pushbullet decided to introduce a Pro version which includes many features that used to be free. If you’re unhappy with these, here are some Pushbullet alternatives to consider.
Stogram is an easy-to-use, cross-platform, stand-alone application that can be used to download your entire Instagram library. Let’s see how the Linux version stacks up.
An Arch fan has taken it upon himself to create Architect Linux: a tool that makes it easy to install Arch Linux from scratch. Here’s how it stacks up to other Arch installers.
Looking to download your Google Music Library to Ubuntu? Check out Gmpydl, otherwise known as Google Music Python Downloader.
What do you get when you combine Chrome OS and Ubuntu? Chromixium OS! This review will show you all that this unique Linux distro has to offer.
Editing file systems and partitions on Linux is easier using a graphical tool; however, the terminal is arguably more efficient. Here’s how to create new file systems using the Terminal.
If you’re looking for alternatives to Lastpass after it has been acquired by LogMeIn, here are 4 of the top alternatives to LastPass you can check out.
Ever wanted to mount remote file systems locally over secure shell? If so, SSHfs may be just what you’re looking for. Here’s how to set it up on Linux.
Arch Linux has a reputation for being unstable and hard to use; that’s why we’ve come out with the top 5 ways to improve the stability of Arch. Let’s check it out.
Wish you could wipe ChromeOS and install something else? Good news! You can replace your Chromebook BIOS with the help of a modified BIOS called SeaBIOS.
SSH is an encrypted networking tool that lets you log in securely to various types of computers remotely over a network. Here’s how to set up and enable SSH on Ubuntu.
If you try to watch your favorite HBO content on your Ubuntu machine, it just plain won’t work. Here is how you can watch HBO Now on Ubuntu and other Linux distros.
Many Android fans have been enjoying Google’s fresh material look, but what about Linux? Enter the Paper GTK theme suite. Here’s how to install & enable it.
Ever since Gnome version 3.12, it has been possible to disable extension version checks. If you’re wondering how it’s done, keep reading.
Want to broadcast video streams on Linux? Luckily, Open Broadcaster, a pro-grade streaming software, is finally available on Linux. Here’s how it works.
If you play games via Steam on Ubuntu, you may be looking for an easier way to control your games. Luckily, you can use an Xbox 360 Controller. Here’s how.
Using Awesome Window Manager on Linux? Looking to add certain programs to your startup application list? Here’s how to do it.
Did you know there’s an easier way to mount your secondary hard drive on Linux? The process involves a few simple edits to the fstab file on your system.
Are you on a Chromebook, Chromebox or Chrometop & interested in checking out the latest features for Chrome OS? Here’s how to do that by switching channels.
Gnome Boxes helps to make virtualization easier. Does it have what it takes to beat out virtual machine programs like Virtualbox or VMware? Let’s find out.
Fed up with Google docs? The days of Google being the only good online office tool (or suite) have ended. Check out these Google Docs alternatives.
Want to listen to Pandora on your desktop but don’t want to use the browser? Check out Pithos, a lightweight Pandora radio client for Linux.
Are you on Fedora 22 and puzzled that after you install you can’t log in or do anything? This is a simple issue with Wayland GDM. Here’s how to fix it.
So, you’ve installed Crouton on your Chromebook. Now, how about making that Linux install just a little bit more useful by enabling auto-start. Here’s how.
If you’re interested in monitoring the temp on Linux, you’ll need a terminal-based program called lm-Sensors. It has a lot of other uses too. Check it out.