If you are one of those who work with servers, or are die-hard command line fans, you can use Calcurse to manage your appointment and get organized. Here’s how you can do so.
Linux (especially Ubuntu) tips & tricks
The Unity Dash in Ubuntu doesn’t come with options for you to shutdown your PC. Here’s how you can add session management options to Unity Dash.
In this article, we will discuss a couple of ways to remove password protection from a password protected pdf file in Ubuntu.
Arch Linux is great, but for those who don’t like building from scratch, here are some of the best Arch Linux derivatives for you.
Florence is an extensible scalable virtual keyboard which is primarily intended to be used with the GNOME desktop
Sometimes, finding RPMs for RedHat-based Linux distro can be difficult and frustrating. Here are the top 5 best places where you can find RPM package files.
If you are a network administrator and need to monitor your network traffic, slurm is a useful command line tool that you can try out.
If you suffer from writer’s block, maybe it’s time to change your word processor to something different. Here are some useful writing tools for Linux.
Looking to try out Budgie without installing the whole Evolve OS distro? Here is how you can install Budgie on Ubuntu, Arch Linux, Fedora and OpenSUSE.
LAMP server may be the most common setup, but it may not be the best. This guide shows you how to setup LAMP alternative – Nginx, MariaDB and HHVM on your Linux server.
Did you know you can check weather information from the Linux command line? In this article, we will discuss the weather command and its features.
AUR clients for Arch Linux make installing PKGBUILDs super easy. There are quite a few helpers out there, and here is a list of 5 great AUR clients.
Cantata is a new music player for Linux with plenty of options and services and has a few features that make it stand out from the rest. Let’s check it out.
vnStat is a command line-based network traffic monitoring tool that uses the network interface statistics provided by the kernel as information source
Log files are important in uncovering system problems. Logcheck is a command line tool that are capable of analysing logs and producing meaningful information.
There are many terminal emulators available. Perhaps too many. Here are 5 great terminal emulators available on Linux.
Saidar is a Curses-based tool that can be used for viewing the system statistics including CPU, processes, load, memory, swap, network I/O, and more
While copying large files with the cp command, you have no idea how long it will take. cv command allows you to find out the progress of the operation.