4 of the Best Alternatives to Skype on Linux

4 of the Best Alternatives to Skype on Linux

Recently, Microsoft updated their Skype platform (on everything but Linux), so it’s time that Linux users dumped Skype. Here’s a list of four decent alternatives worth checking out.

By Mike Tee -
How to Host Your Own Minecraft Server

How to Host Your Own Minecraft Server

Minecraft is a wildly popular sandbox game. Learn how to host your own multiplayer Minecraft server and control the game like never before!

By Nick Congleton -
Useful Resources to Learn Linux Your Way

Useful Resources to Learn Linux Your Way

If you are fairly new to Linux, there are various avenues to help you learn Linux. No matter your learning style, these are some of the best resources for learning Linux.

By Tia -
6 of the Best Linux Distros for Gaming

6 of the Best Linux Distros for Gaming

While any Linux distro may be used for gaming, there are some distros specifically optimized for gaming. Here are some of the best Linux distros for gaming.

By Ada Ivanova -
How to Install VirtualBox on Ubuntu

How to Install VirtualBox on Ubuntu

Virtualbox allows you to run a virtual machine on your PC. This shows how to install Virtualbox on Ubuntu and install and run virtual machine on your PC.

By Alexandru Andrei -
How to Install Newer Software in Debian

How to Install Newer Software in Debian

The side effect of Debian’s stability is that you are not running the latest version of any software. Learn how to install newer software in Debian.

By Alexandru Andrei -
5 of the Best File Managers for Linux

5 of the Best File Managers for Linux

A good file manager is essential to your work. These are some of the best Linux file managers you will find that you can use on your system.

By Ada Ivanova -
17 Fun Linux Commands to Run in the Terminal

17 Fun Linux Commands to Run in the Terminal

The terminal is a very powerful tool, and it can be a fun place to be, too. Here are some fun Linux commands you can run in terminal and make it interesting.

By Afam Onyimadu -
How to Mount Google Drive in Ubuntu

How to Mount Google Drive in Ubuntu

Google Drive is an excellent resource for accessing your files from anywhere. Learn how to mount Google Drive in Ubuntu and access your files from Nautilus.

By Nick Congleton -
How to Update and Upgrade Ubuntu Offline

How to Update and Upgrade Ubuntu Offline

You can upgrade Ubuntu without an Internet connection, and it’s not as hard as you’d think. Apt has an offline mode that lets you make your own local repo.

By Nick Congleton -
How to Mine Monero on Linux

How to Mine Monero on Linux

Monero is an up-and-coming cryptocurrency with a focus on privacy and security. Learn to mine and use Monero on your Linux PC.

By Nick Congleton -
How to Set Up a Printer in Linux

How to Set Up a Printer in Linux

Setting up a printer in Linux is not as difficult as you think. Most printer models are already supported by default. Learn how to set up a printer on your Linux desktop.

By Nick Congleton -
How to Fix the Sound in Kali Linux

How to Fix the Sound in Kali Linux

One of the issues Kali users face is the lack of sound on a fresh installation. If this is important to you, here’s the way to fix the sound in Kali Linux.

By Matthew Muller -
How to Mine ZCash on Linux

How to Mine ZCash on Linux

Zcash is a cryptocurrency on the rise, and you can start mining it right now on Linux. Learn to configure your Ubuntu PC to mine Zcash.

By Nick Congleton -
How to Downgrade Software/Package in Linux

How to Downgrade Software/Package in Linux

Sometimes you need to revert or change a software package install in Linux. Learn how you can downgrade software for several major distributions in Linux.

By Nick Congleton -
How to Fix Ubuntu Update Errors

How to Fix Ubuntu Update Errors

Occasionally Ubuntu can throw some errors when updating the system and that can confuse the user. Here are the common Ubuntu update errors and how to fix them with minimal fuss.

By Matthew Muller -
How to Create a Swap File in Linux

How to Create a Swap File in Linux

A better alternative to a typical swap partition is to use a swap file, which is similar but gives you more control. Here’s how to create a swap file in Linux.

By Matthew Muller -
The History of Various Linux Distros

The History of Various Linux Distros

Linux has been around for almost 30 years. Here is a brief history of various popular Linux distros, the reasons for their creation and their philosophy.

By Ada Ivanova -
How to Access Microsoft Exchange in Linux

How to Access Microsoft Exchange in Linux

Not everyone who uses Microsoft Exchange services wants to use Windows. For Linux users, here are some ways for you to access Microsoft Exchange in Linux.

By Matthew Muller -
How to Reset the Root Password in Linux

How to Reset the Root Password in Linux

When you forget your root password in Linux, you lose all administrative privileges to your machine. Here’s how to easily reset the root password in Linux.

By Damien -
How to Add Wallpaper to Linux Terminal

How to Add Wallpaper to Linux Terminal

The Terminal is an essential tool for Linux users. It is also a boring tool. It would be so much more personal to add a custom wallpaper to the Terminal.

By Matthew Muller -
How to Rename Files in Linux

How to Rename Files in Linux

Renaming files can be an easy or difficult task, depending on the tools you use. Here are some easy and useful ways to rename files in Linux.

By Mike Tee -
How to Fix Windows MBR from Ubuntu

How to Fix Windows MBR from Ubuntu

If you have tried to dual boot Windows with Linux, there are chances you might overwrite the Master Boot Record. Here is how you can fix MBR from Ubuntu.

By Matthew Muller -