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.

By Odysseas Kourafalos -
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.

By Odysseas Kourafalos -
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.

By Odysseas Kourafalos -
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.

By John Perkins -
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.

By John Perkins -
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.

By John Perkins -
12 of the Best Linux Games in 2021

12 of the Best Linux Games in 2021

Gaming is not the forte of Linux, but there are still plenty of great games around. Here are the best Linux games for you to enjoy.

By Robert Zak -
A Quick Guide to Linux Partition Schemes

A Quick Guide to Linux Partition Schemes

What partition setup should you use when installing Linux? Follow this quick quide to find out Linux partition schemes and how to go about doing it.

By John Perkins -
How to Build a New PC For Linux

How to Build a New PC For Linux

Linux works well on a new PC build, though there are some parts that you should take note of. Here is how to build a new PC for Linux.

By John Perkins -
Do You Need a Boot Partition in Linux?

Do You Need a Boot Partition in Linux?

You might have come across a boot partition in your Linux installation and wondered if you need the boot partition in your Linux setup. Here are the answers.

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How to Fix Broken Packages in Linux

How to Fix Broken Packages in Linux

Package managers are able to fix broken packages to get your system working again. Here we cover how to fix broken packages in Linux.

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6 of the Best Linux Text Editors

6 of the Best Linux Text Editors

You’d be amazed by just how many different text editors are out there. Here are some of the best Linux text editors you can use.

By John Perkins -
Best Conky Themes for Linux in 2021

Best Conky Themes for Linux in 2021

Conky is a useful piece of software to display information on your Linux desktop. Here are some of the coolest, best-looking Conky themes.

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Getting Started with Vagrant on Linux

Getting Started with Vagrant on Linux

Vagrant provide an easy way to create, configure and reproduce virtual machines with a known state. Here’s how to use Vagrant on Linux

By John Perkins -
How to Set Up Bluetooth in Linux

How to Set Up Bluetooth in Linux

Not all Linux distributions come with Bluetooth installed. If you need to use Bluetooth, here is how you can set up Bluetooth in Linux.

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