Rather than searching for emojis on the Internet, you can also search for emojis on your system. Here’s how you can do that in the Linux command line.
Linux (especially Ubuntu) tips & tricks
Other than Firefox and Chrome, there are tons of browsers out there that you can use. Here are 5 other Linux browsers you might not have heard of.
Switching to Linux doesn’t mean you have to give up on your Windows applications. For Office users, here’s how to install Microsoft Office 2013 in Linux.
If you want to find out what’s happening in another workspace without switching over, you can now get a live preview of another workspace in Ubuntu. Here’s how.
Linux users should also beware of malware that can monitor your activities. Learn how you can disable the microphone and webcam in Ubuntu.
The newly released Fedora 25 is using Wayland as the default display server. What is Wayland, and what does this mean for you as a Linux user? Let’s find out!
Nvidia’s NVENC allows the use the GPU to encode video streams so as to reduce video conversion time. Here’s how to get Nvidia’s NVENC working in Ubuntu.
To reduce eye strain, you should use dedicated software that prompts you to take frequent work breaks, something which is really beneficial for your eyes. Safe Eyes for Linux is one you should check out.
The versatility of Linux means that it can be run on almost any device. Here are 4 of the best Linux distributions you can run on ARM devices.
Don’t you really hate it when you can’t find a program in the App menu? Check out this list of Linux application launchers to help you find and open programs quickly.
Flatpak is a technology that makes it very easy to install software no matter the Linux distribution. Here’s how to install Flatpak on Ubuntu.
While most torrents are downloaded using a GUI, you can download torrents from the command line too. Here’s how you can do so in Ubuntu.
If you have several Ubuntu PCs connected in a LAN network, you can set up a local repository in one of them and update every computer without Internet access. Here’s how to set up a local repository in Ubuntu.
While most laptop is capable of running any Linux distro, some are more compatible than the rest. Here are some tips to choose a laptop for Linux that you should consider.
Have you ever wanted to run bash script as a root user during startup? Here’s how you can harness the power of cron and set your scripts to run at startup.
In Linux, there are several ways to switch to the root user and it can be confusing. Learn the differences between each command and their use cases.
While Telegram comes with a desktop client for most operating systems, it can be accessed via the command line too. Here’s how to use Telegram from the Linux command line.
Deleting the root user is a security precaution and overall just something that is good to do. Here is how you can disable the root account in Linux.