Make Telegram More User-Friendly with Cutegram

Make Telegram More User-Friendly with Cutegram

Cutegram is a free and open source Telegram client for GNU/Linux focusing on user-friendly compatibility with Linux desktop environments. Here’s how it works.

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4 Great Subsonic Alternatives

4 Great Subsonic Alternatives

In the next release of Subsonic, the software is going closed source. If you prefer open source software, here are some great Subsonic alternatives.

By Derrik Diener -
Solus OS Review

Solus OS Review

Solus OS is a new Linux operating system that isn’t based on anything. It’s a fresh take on Linux with the message less is more. Here’s a closer look.

By Derrik Diener -
The Difference Between Apt and Apt-get on Ubuntu

The Difference Between Apt and Apt-get on Ubuntu

As an Ubuntu user, surely you’re familiar with Apt-get. However, it’s slowly being phased out in favor of the new Apt. Here’s how Apt differs from the Apt-get.package

By Derrik Diener -
Xombrero: A Minimalist Browser with Focus on Security

Xombrero: A Minimalist Browser with Focus on Security

Looking for a more secure browser for Linux? Check out Xombrero web browser, a minimalist browser with sophisticated built-in security features. It has a familiar interface similar to Firefox.

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Fruho: A User Friendly VPN Tool for Linux

Fruho: A User Friendly VPN Tool for Linux

Looking for a lightweight VPN tool for Linux? Meet Fruho. It’s built with OpenVPN and makes use of various encryption standards by default. Check it out.

By Derrik Diener -
How to Set Up MediaTomb on Linux

How to Set Up MediaTomb on Linux

MediaTomb is DLNA server software with a friendly and easy-to-configure set of options. Here is how to set up MediaTomb on Linux.

By Derrik Diener -
UbuntuBSD: Combining the Best of Ubuntu and BSD

UbuntuBSD: Combining the Best of Ubuntu and BSD

There’s a new project that combines the Free BSD kernel along with all the tools and utilities: UbuntuBSD. When you install this OS you’ll get access to all BSD features (ZFS, ports tree, etc.) and Ubuntu features.

By Derrik Diener -
5 More of the Best Icon Packs for Linux

5 More of the Best Icon Packs for Linux

In an earlier article we showed you five of the best icon themes for Linux, and now we will list five more custom icon packs for Linux that will add a fair bit of eye candy to your desktop.

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Run Android Apps on Linux with Shashlik

Run Android Apps on Linux with Shashlik

Shashlik is an impressive take on running Android apps on Linux. The best part is that you’re not required to have Chrome. Here’s how it works.

By Derrik Diener -
How to Try OpenShot 2.0 Beta in Linux

How to Try OpenShot 2.0 Beta in Linux

OpenShot is a fairly famous simple video editor for Linux. The new version is in public beta. Here’s how to get it installed and working.

By Derrik Diener -
NayuOS: A Chrome OS Fork for Developers

NayuOS: A Chrome OS Fork for Developers

NayuOS is a Chrome OS fork that takes the good of Chrome OS, sifts through the bad, and creates a totally free, secure and open environment that people can use to develop software on.

By Derrik Diener -
How to Use SSH Pipes on Linux

How to Use SSH Pipes on Linux

When you understand the way SSH pipes on Linux work, you can get seriously creative. This article covers what happens when you combine Unix pipes and SSH.

By Derrik Diener -
3 Great Media Center Solutions for Linux

3 Great Media Center Solutions for Linux

If you have a lot of local media on your Linux machine and you’re looking for a solution, you should consider an appliance-based solution rather than an always-on media server solution for your network.

By Derrik Diener -
How to Set Up Emby Media Server on Linux

How to Set Up Emby Media Server on Linux

This guide will go over the installation, setup and configuration of Emby on your Linux system. It’ll also go over the many ways in which you can access your movies, music, pictures and TV shows from your media server.

By Derrik Diener -
Linux Netstat Command Line Tips and Tricks

Linux Netstat Command Line Tips and Tricks

Netstat is a command line utility that can be used to monitor network connections. In this tutorial we will discuss how to use Netstat to find information about network connections and open ports on a Linux system.

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How to Set Up Plex Media Server on Linux

How to Set Up Plex Media Server on Linux

Looking to set up a media server for your large collection of music, movies, pictures and TV shows on Linux? This article will show you how to do that using Plex Media Server.

By Derrik Diener -
8 Reasons to Switch from Windows 10 to Linux

8 Reasons to Switch from Windows 10 to Linux

Are you unhappy with Windows 10 or just want to try something new? If you’ve always wanted to try Linux, here are 8 great reasons to switch from Windows 10 to Linux.

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