TimeLine is a free timeline creator, written in Python, that runs natively on Linux, Mac, Windows & Apertures. Check out its features & see how to install it.
In this article we will discuss how we can create, as well as easily edit, existing PDF documents using Master PDF Editor on Linux.
So, you’ve installed Crouton on your Chromebook. Now, how about making that Linux install just a little bit more useful by enabling auto-start. Here’s how.
If you’re interested in monitoring the temp on Linux, you’ll need a terminal-based program called lm-Sensors. It has a lot of other uses too. Check it out.
Microsoft will soon release a cross-platform code editor called Visual Studio Code for ASP.NET & Node apps. Here’s a closer look at the Linux version.
Using Linux and want to create a video watermark? No problem. Kdenlive is the most powerful open source video editor available for Linux. Here’s how it works.
Looking for distraction-free writing software for Linux? You’re in luck. Here are three applications for you. Check them out.
Canonical has released a new cloud operating system called Ubuntu Snappy Core. Wondering what it’s all about? Want to try it out? This guide is for you.
When it comes to Linux, you have open source drivers & proprietary video drivers that come directly from a manufacturer. Wondering which to use? Read on.
Fan of Mario Kart? If so, you’ll love SuperTuxKart, a similar racing game for Linux. It has seen a major overhaul in its newest release. See what’s new.
In this article, we will learn how to create an encrypted USB drive in Ubuntu Linux which is great for safeguarding your data.
The following five user-friendly terminal based applications in this article are proof that the terminal can be intuitive, easy to use & even fun at times.
Some people are unhappy about systemd in the new Ubuntu release. If you’re one of those people, here’s a trick that will remove Systemd & put Upstart back.
The MediaBox 5440 is a small form-factor Linux desktop that is fast and extremely customizable. This in-depth review looks at its features, pros and cons.
Zimbra Collaboration Suite is a collaborative software suite that includes an email server and web client. Use this guide to install it in Ubuntu server.
Redshift, free software for Linux, automatically adjusts your screen’s colour temperature based on your location and the time of day. Here’s how it works.
Atop is an interactive monitor to view the load on a Linux system. In this article we will discuss how to perform load monitoring using this tool.
Still using Ubuntu 14.04 or 14.10? Not sure whether it’s worth upgrading to Ubuntu 15.04? In this article we’ll help you decide which is best for you.
Nautilus in Ubuntu has gotten rid of features to sort files by extension. Here is how you can restore the feature and the ability to sort files by extension.
Using smem, you can view a color-coded bar and pie chart of the memory used by processes in a Linux system.
If you’re on Linux and looking for a good photo manager, Picty is highly recommended as simple to use and can support large photo collections. Let’s check it out.
You might find yourself disappointed that you can’t tweak your Linux sound setup to have an equalizer. Luckily, Pulse Audio Equalizer can help with the rescue.
So, you need an email client for Linux. There are a many – maybe too many, honestly. It’s because of this that we’ve made it easier for you to decide.
Having only one hard drive to hold your personal files can be dangerous. This is why backing up your hard drive via Gnome disk utility is essential.
Smartmontools is a free software package that takes advantage of modern hard drives with SMART capabilities. It can monitor your drives and report errors. Let’s check it out.
Outside of Gnome Shell, client-side decorations on windows can be quite annoying. Luckily, someone has created some software to bypass these decorations.
Have you ever recorded a vocal track in Audacity only to find that your recording has a ton of white noise in it? Try using this quick trick to remove white noise.
Microsoft announced that Windows 10 will not require manufacturers to include an option to turn off secure boot. Is Linux being phased out by design?
The Linux real-time process monitor -top is a very versatile and handy program. Read on for an explanation of top along with some of its options.
Ever recorded a video clip and then wondered “How do I turn this entire thing into individual images?” This guide will show how to decompile videos on Linux.
The ‘ps’ command is an invaluable tool used to check running processes on a Unix system. Discover some amazing options available to ‘ps.’
It is kind of a pain to have to open Steam just to chat with your friends. Here is how you can bypass this by adding Steam chat to Pidgin on Linux.
GlusterFS provides network storage which has the ability to be made fault-tolerant, redundant and scalable. Here’s how you can set up your own NAS.
In case you are wondering, here are a few useful and important reasons why you might want to have a Linux live CD with you all the time.
Accidentally deleted your files in your Linux machine? Here is how you can recover files from Ext3/Ext4 filesystem with a Linux live CD.
CherryTree, an Evernote client written in Python for Linux and Windows, lets you organize notes in a smart and logical way. Let’s check it out.
In part 2 of this series, we explain how you can configure the Net-SNMP agent as well as set up authentication and encryption.
The problem with a Chromebook is its low storage space. The good news is, you can easily setup Crouton installations (for Linux) on an external device. Here’s how.
SNMP is a protocol for monitoring network-attached devices. This article shows you how to download, install, and start using the Net-SNMP suite.
Most people love a pretty desktop, but for those who prefer something light, here is a list of all the different lightweight desktop environments for Linux.
You might be aware that it’s possible to run a Linux distribution on your Chromebook. but what if you could run Linux in a window? Well, now you can!
Every computer user has at one time or another accidentally deleted a file or group of files. Learn how to recover deleted Windows files with Linux.
grep is a reliable tool for in-depth file searching. The following tools extend grep’s functionality and wrap it in a full-fledged graphical interface.
While Ubuntu is generally secure, there are some default settings that can be exploited easily. This article will show you some ways to secure your Ubuntu.
There are times when you want to find out which process is using too much bandwidth, and the tool, NetHogs, lets you do just that. Let’s check it out.
Many photo managers for Linux are only good for viewing. KPhotoAlbum is a powerful KDE application that allows you to organize many photos at once.
If you are looking for ways to record your screen as an animated gif in Ubuntu and other Linux distro, Byzanz is a small command line tool that you can use. Check it out here.
Not all presentations require animation effects. For a simple presentation, you can use mdp in Linux to run a presentation from the command line.
KKEdit text editor was inspired by BBEdit and it brings the best of its features to Linux in a lightweight, fast, GTK2-styled package. Let’s check it out.
Openbox is one of the best window managers for Linux, and you can easily make it your own with the themes. Here are 5 of the best themes for Openbox.