It is easy to schedule task on Linux, particularly with the “at” command. Pretty much any action you can think of can be scheduled with the “at” command.
Homebrew is a handy tool for Mac users, and now it is available for Linux and Windows under the name Linuxbrew. Here is how Homebrew for Linux works.
iTunes is the primary way that Apple users use to access their music, but it is not available for Linux. Learn how you can access your Apple Music in your Linux machine.
Running out of disk space on your computer can cause issues and update failure. Learn how you can check and manage disk space in Linux.
Zsync is a simple tool for Linux that lets you automatically update files that you’ve already downloaded, saving valuable time and drive space.
There are plenty of specialized Linux distributions for the Raspberry Pi. Here are some of the best Linux distro you can run on Raspberry Pi.
While the Playtstation 2 is a historical relic, you can still play your favorite PS 2 games on Linux. Learn to install and set up PCSX2 and start playing!
You can create your own version of Google’s G suite with Nextcloud and OnlyOffice. Learn how you can install both Nextcloud and OnlyOffice in Ubuntu in a few steps.
If your ISP doesn’t provide you with a dedicated IP address, you can make use of a VPS and reverse SSH tunnel to allow external connections. Here’s how.
You don’t need extra software to run Ubuntu in Windows 10. Here we show you how you can install Ubuntu in Windows using the built-in Hyper-V feature.
SFTP makes it easier to transfer files securely to a remote server. Filezilla and WinSCP also come with support for SFTP. Learn how you can use SFTP to transfer files.
DevedeNG is a simple, yet powerful, utility that allows you to make DVD images complete with menus using your video files. Learn how!
Linux will still not be a mainstream desktop in 2019, but there are some interesting things to look for. Here are the 5 biggest Linux predictions for 2019.
If you don’t like the default theme of Ubuntu, you can easily change it. Here’s how you can easily turn your Ubuntu into macOS Mojave with a few simple steps.
Most stable Linux distributions don’t come with newer software in their repository. Here is how you can run bleeding edge software on Debian and Ubuntu.
Knowing when a file was used, accessed or changed can help to detect unauthorized access. Here is how you can find out when a file was accessed or modified in Linux.
Rsync is a useful file synchronization tool that comes with incremental synchronization. Learn how to and install and use the Rsync command in Linux.
Most users who try to install Google Chrome in Ubuntu will not find it in the Software center. Here is how you can install Google Chrome in Ubuntu.
Handbrake is a powerful open-source tool for encoding videos. You can use it to rip backups of your DVDs on Linux. Find out how!
Docker allows you to run your application on the same environment everywhere. Here we will show you how to use Docker containers to run applications .
Snap has come along as an easy way to run almost anything, including games, without hassle. Here are some of the best games in Ubuntu Snap Store.
Teamviewer is a popular way for remote teams to collaborate, share screens and provide tech support. Learn how to install and use Teamviewer on Linux!
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.
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.
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.
Most Linux distros have migrated to systemd, which comes with a different log daemon, journald. You will need to use the journalctl utility to read system logs.
If you are a Mac user that is dissatisfied with the latest Macbook and are looking to switch, here are four of the best Linux distributions for Mac users.
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.
Minecraft is a wildly popular sandbox game. Learn how to host your own multiplayer Minecraft server and control the game like never before!
Mattermost is an excellent open-source and self-hosted replacement for chat software like Slack. Learn how to install it on Ubuntu with Docker.
Cron is a robust scheduler that allows you to schedule scripts or commands and run them on a regular basis. Learn how to use Cron in Linux to automate your tasks.
Many Linux distross are made specifically for utilizing the ancient hardware in older machines. Try out these lightweight Linux distros and give your old computer a new life.
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.
The terminal prompt in Linux shows your username and hostname by default. This will show you how to remove your username and make changes to the prompt.
Nvidia video cards perform exceptionally well on Linux. Learn how to install the latest Nvidia driver on Ubuntu and get the most out of it.
If you have data you want to protect, you can create an encrypted container. Here’s how to set up an encrypted partition in Linux to safely store your data.
Pantheon is a popular Linux desktop environment, but it’s not available for Ubuntu. Learn how to install Pantheon on you Ubuntu PC.