Grep is a powerful tool for finding patterns and words on Unix-like systems such as Linux. Find out what Grep is and how to use it to find text from files or folders.
Hearthstone is not only a popular online card game, it’s a major e-sport. Learn how to play this popular game on Ubuntu Linux.
It can be hard to find gaming peripherals that work well with Linux. These five gaming mice work well on Linux with and without open-source drivers.
Mycroft is an open-source alternative to Alexa and Google Home. Learn how to install your own Mycroft AI assistant on a Raspberry Pi 3.
HiDPI screens have been a sore spot for Linux users for a long time. GNOME 3.26 introduced fractional scaling to help improve the Linux desktop experience.
Most messaging programs aren’t that secure. Tor messenger uses the Tor network to encrypt your messages and deliver them securely. Install it today.
Wine doesn’t get the credit it deserves for bringing great games to Linux. Here are 10 popular games that you can play on Linux with Wine.
Gaming in Wine on Linux can be cumbersome. The Gallium Nine patches let you play Windows games with DirectX 9 at near native levels of performance!
Onionshare allows you to send files of any size securely over the Tor network. Learn how to install and use it on your Windows or Linux PC.
ZFS is an excellent filesystem for storing your data. Learn how to install and use ZFS and its powerful capabilities on Ubuntu Linux.
It would be helpful if your Linux scripts and terminal commands could send you desktop notifications. Well, they can, and it’s super easy to set up!
GNOME 3.26 completely removes the legacy system tray at the top of your desktop. Learn how to bring it back with the TopIcons Plus extension.
Wal is a script to change the color scheme of your Linux desktop when you change the wallpaper. Learn how to easily create a color scheme to match your wallpaper in Linux.
Cryptocurrencies are booming in popularity and people are making loads of money on them. Take a look at 5 currencies that might be the next big thing!
Two-factor authentication adds an extra layer of security to your accounts. Learn how you can easily set up two-factor authentication on Ubuntu.
Your web browser is an important line of defense in the struggle for your privacy and security online. Configure Firefox to block many common threats.
Most Linux distros come with a VPN client for you to connect to VPN manually. This tutorial shows you the way to connect to a VPN automatically on Linux.
“No Route To Host” is a tough problem to diagnose. There could be any number of things causing it. Try these tips to help solve the problem.
Open and unsecured ports can be a serious security risk on Linux systems. Use NMAP to discover open ports on your Linux system and secure them.
Malware is out there, even for Linux systems. Use these three open-source tools to thoroughly scan your Linux computer for viruses and rootkits.