How to Use AUR in Arch Linux

How to Use AUR in Arch Linux

If you’re using Arch Linux, you have the advantage of using AUR to install almost any software. Find out what AUR is and how to use AUR in Arch Linux.

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GhostBSD Review: Simple and Lightweight

GhostBSD Review: Simple and Lightweight

GhostBSD is a FreeBSD-based Unix OS designed with a simple desktop experience. Here we review GhostBSD to see if it’s the right fit for you.

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Useful Shortcut Keys in Ubuntu

Useful Shortcut Keys in Ubuntu

For those shortcut key lovers out there, here is a long list of keyboard shortcuts for Ubuntu. Most of them should work in most Gnome-based distros.

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How to Set Up and Use SSH in Linux

How to Set Up and Use SSH in Linux

SSH is an encrypted networking tool designed to allow users to log in securely to remote computers. Learn how to set up and use SSH in Linux.

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7 of the Best Linux System Cleaning Tools

7 of the Best Linux System Cleaning Tools

You can choose from a number of feature-rich Linux system cleaning tools for deleting unnecessary application data and reclaiming disk space.

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How to Use Bash For Loop Commands

How to Use Bash For Loop Commands

If you are doing Bash scripting, you will have to make use of a For loop at some point in time. Here we show you how to use the Bash For loop command.

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The Best Desktop Environments of 2021

The Best Desktop Environments of 2021

It can be hard to find the best desktop environment. Here are our recommendations for the best Desktop Environments for your particular use case.

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12 of the Best Image Editors for Linux

12 of the Best Image Editors for Linux

It is super easy to paint, draw, and edit computer graphics for Linux users. Check out this big list of the best image editors for Linux.

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15 Linux LS Commands You Need to Know

15 Linux LS Commands You Need to Know

Linux ls commands offer a flexible way of listing filesystem contents and help to navigate around the command line with ease.

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How to Set Up Multiple Timezones in Ubuntu

How to Set Up Multiple Timezones in Ubuntu

Do you always check the time difference when scheduling meetings with your colleagues? Learn how you can add multiple timezones in Ubuntu.

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The Beginner’s Guide to Git

The Beginner’s Guide to Git

Git is the revision control system created by Linus Torvalds. Its emphasizes speed and efficiency. Here is the beginner’s guide to Git.

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A Look at KDE Desktop Effects

A Look at KDE Desktop Effects

Let’s take a trip into the land of KDE’s desktop effects and see how you can use them to improve both your desktop’s aesthetics and usability.

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How to Install Microsoft Teams on Linux

How to Install Microsoft Teams on Linux

As another video conferencing option, MIcrosoft Teams is available for Linux, too. Here’s how you can install Microsoft Teams on Linux.

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How to Find Broken Symlinks in Linux

How to Find Broken Symlinks in Linux

Symlinks are essential for linking files and directories, but they can easily break without notice. Here’s how to find broken symlinks in Linux.

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The Beginner’s Guide to Btrfs

The Beginner’s Guide to Btrfs

Btrfs is one of the “Copy on Write” filesystems that allows you to easily create snapshots. Check out this beginner’s guide to Btrfs to get started.

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