Taking a screenshot in Linux isn’t difficult, but you can make it better with Flameshot. Find out why you should use Flameshot to take screenshots in Ubuntu.
Docker is a containerization utility that allows you to develop your application once and deploy it everywhere. Learn how you can install Docker in Linux.
Sometimes you need to pack multiple files and/or directories into a single file. These are some tar commands you can use to archive and compress your files.
There are times where you need to connect to your web server while on the move. Here is how you can access your Linux server from your Android device.
Spotify is easily the most popular music streaming service in the world, and they support Linux! Learn now to install the Spotify client on your Linux PC.
Slack is an extremely popular way for teams to collaborate and communicate online. Learn how to install the offical Slack client on Linux.
Containers are portable and easy to clone and/or move to other operating systems. LXD is a container that is designed to contain an entire operating system instead of an application.
Occasionally, a package will break when you install it on Ubuntu. These tricks can help you fix the broken package and get Ubuntu back up and running!
netcat can be used as an ad-hoc solution for transferring files through local networks. Learn how to use it to quickly transfer files between Linux computers.
The LXDE desktop environment design is kind of outdated and bland. Luckily, you can easily customize it to your own liking. Here are 11 great themes for LXDE.
There are plenty of options for marking down documents in Linux. Here are some of the best markdown editors for Linux that you can use. Check them out.
It’s not easy picking a Linux distribution. While there isn’t truly a one-size-fits-all solution, here are some of the best Linux distros to try in 2019.
Ubuntu is the most popular Linux distribution in the world. Learn more about this favorite open-source operating system and its history.
It’s not that simple to install the latest Ubuntu on a Raspberry Pi, not unless you install RaspEX, an Ubuntu 18.04+ image built specifically for the Pi.
The Ubuntu login loop is an unfortunately common bug. These simple fixes will help you get back into your Linux PC in no time!
You can easily put your computer to sleep, but what getting it to wake up? Here is how you can set an alarm in Linux to wake it up to do tasks at a certain time.
Your Linux system may be bloated with lots of services that run in the background. Here’s how to make Linux boot faster by disabling unnecessary services.
Sometimes you just need to find out the available memory in your system. Let’s see some Linux utilities that show memory usage in a human-readable format.