Cockpit is an extensible web application to help you monitor and manage your Linux system. Learn how to manage your Linux system with Cockpit.
Gnome3 doesn’t make it easy for you to manage your workspaces. Let’s see how you can work with multiple workspaces in Gnome.
Need to share files between your mobile phone and PC? Here you’ll learn how to share files between Android and Ubuntu on your local network.
Most of us will probably need to use a translation tool at some point in our lives. Here are some of the best language translators for Linux.
If you are a new Linux user, you might not know how to configure the firewall in your system. Here is how you can set up a Firewall in Linux.
As Flatpak is gaining in popularity, here we will show you how to use Flatpak on Fedora. The instructions will also work for any Linux system.
Pigz is a multi-threaded implementation of gzip that allows you to compress files to the gzip format quickly. Here is how to compress files with pigz.
Linux Mint has more than one flavor, including a lighter Xfce version. Check out our Linux Mint Xfce review to see how it fares against its big brother.
Multipass is a lightweight VM manager that allows you to easily and quickly launch a Ubuntu virtual machine. Here is how you can do so.
Have you ever wanted to search the Web while typing away on the command line? There are a few ways for you to search the Web from Terminal. Check them out!
Keen on playing old DOS games in your Linux computer? This guide covers how to install DOSBox for Linux and how to automatically mount your C: drive.
These are the top 5 Linux podcasts that allow you to learn Linux, bring communities together and lift up Linux and its users.
Do you want to create your own Wi-Fi hotspot? Learn how to turn your Raspberry Pi into a wireless access point so you can share your network with others.
If there is only a specific icon you’d like to swap, Gnome 3 provides a simple way to do that. Learn how you can easily change icons in Gnome 3.
Virtual Machine Manager is one of the best hypervisors available for the Linux desktop. It takes virtualization on your Linux desktop to the next level.
If you are looking to upgrade to Fedora 32, there are several ways to do it. We’ll show you both the command line and the Gnome Software methods.
A screenshot is a good way to show others what is on your screen. Let’s see how you can easily take a screenshot and annotate it with Ksnip in Linux.
Instead of having to disassemble your Linux PC to look at each part individually, you can use HardInfo to display the hardware information of your PC.
If you need to send documents to Windows users, you may need to use Microsoft fonts on the documents. Here’s how to install Microsoft Fonts in Linux.
When formatting a hard disk to install your Linux system, you have to decide on the best Linux filesystem to use. EXT4 is the most popular, but is it the best?
Did you know there are keyboard shortcuts in Bash you can use to edit or tweak your commands quickly and avoid having to retype everything?
To install third-party software in Ubuntu, you have to add PPAs to the system. Here you’ll learn how to manage PPAs with Ubuntu’s Software & Updates.
An issue often faced by Ubuntu users after upgrading to a new version is the “no-sound” problem. Luckily, it’s a pretty easy problem to resolve.
AnsiWeather is a shell script designed to display the current weather conditions in the terminal. Here’s how to use it to check weather from the terminal.
The Witcher game is available for Windows, PlayStation, and Xbox, but Linux users were left out in the cold. Here’s how you can play the Witcher 3 on Linux.
Most Linux distributions don’t display their names and versions in public. Here are some ways to out a distribution’s name and version from Terminal.
KDE’s screenshot tool insists on including a shadow when capturing the screen. This shows how to take screenshots without the shadow in KDE.
With shar, you can easily create a self-extracting compressed file archive in Linux. Here’s how to use it to pack a group of files into a single “shar” file.
If you are looking to be an ethical tester or find out the vulnerabilities of your systems, these pentration tools in Kali Linux will be handy for you.
If you find yourself creating similar texts in the Terminal every day, why not simplify the process and create a text template script in bash?
You can check your Android phone camera’s potential vulnerabilities by running a penetration test. Here is how you can do it with Kali Linux.
While there are lots of applications that allow you to create self-extracting archive, here is how you can do it with the native tool that come in your OS.
Apple has never created a build of Safari on Linux, but that doesn’t mean you can’t use it. Here is how you can install Safari on Linux.
Sublime Text is one of the most popular code editors around. Here’s how to install Sublime Text on Ubuntu, enable Package Control, and install packages.
There are times when your Linux desktop will just freeze and stop responding to input. Here is how you can restart the frozen desktop without rebooting.
These great alternatives to Apple’s Magic Keyboard maintain the functionality and mimic the aesthetics of Apple’s keyboard, all without breaking the bank.
If you change your wallpaper often, you can make use of an automatic wallpaper changer. Listed here are some of the best wallpaper changers for Linux.
The setuid permission is important in a Unix system. Here is how setuid works and how it allows users to run executables/binaries with escalated privileges.
KDE allows you to set up rules that define how an application window appears on the desktop. Learn how you can better manage your application windows in KDE.
If you come across the IMG file format in Linux, don’t panic. Here is how you can easily convert an IMG file to ISO format in Linux.
There are tons of commands that you can run in the Linux terminal, and if you want to list the content of a directory, you can do so with these commands.
You may have come across CBR and CBZ files and are not sure what they are. Here is how you can read and make CBR and CBZ files in LInux.
Thumbnail sheets are image files containing frames from a video. You can easily create thumbnail sheets from video with readily available tools.
Do you know that Linux has its very own command-line spellcheck utility to check your writing in the Terminal? Here’s how to use aspell to spellcheck in Linux.
In Linux, you can use a soft or hard link to connect two files together. Check out the differences between soft and hard links and which one you should use.
There are a few ways to find and locate files from the terminal in Linux. find, locate, which and whereis are some of the commonly used commands to do so.
Your Android phone have data that hackers been trying to access. Here is a basic demo of how hackers can access your Android phone with Kali Linux.
Tilix works as a great terminal alternative for your Linux PC. Let’s see how you can use it to turn your terminal into a modern and efficient workspace.
In a shared directory, there are cases where other user accidentally deleted your files. Here is how to use sticky bits to manage your file permission.
You may have heard of Linux inodes, but are not sure what is it and how it affects your Linux system. Here we will explain what is inodes and how it works.