How to Install Freeoffice in Linux

How to Install Freeoffice in Linux

If you need to find out how to install FreeOffice in Linux, we have you covered. Here’s how to download it as well as FreeOffice’s features and drawbacks.

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How to Add a Simple App Launcher Panel on LXDE

How to Add a Simple App Launcher Panel on LXDE

LXDE is one of the lightest graphical environments you can use for your Linux desktop. This is how to add an app launcher panel in LXDE so it doesn’t consume many resources.

By Odysseas Kourafalos -
How to Use Guake Dropdown Terminal in Linux

How to Use Guake Dropdown Terminal in Linux

Guake is a dropdown terminal emulator for Linux. Let’s see why it’s worth it to invest some time to install, configure and use Guake on your Linux computer.

By Odysseas Kourafalos -
How to Stress Test a Graphics Card on Linux

How to Stress Test a Graphics Card on Linux

If your display is getting glitchy, you can conduct a stress test before you get a new one. Here’s how you can stress test your graphics card on Linux.

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How to Install Kali Linux

How to Install Kali Linux

Kali Linux is a Linux distro for security testing. It includes software from Aircrack to John the Ripper. Here’s how you can install Kali Linux on your PC.

By Ben Stockton -
How to Install OSMC on a Raspberry Pi

How to Install OSMC on a Raspberry Pi

If you want to use the Kodi media center on your Raspberry Pi, you can run it using OSMC. Here’s how you can install OSMC on your model of Raspberry Pi.

By Ben Stockton -
How to Write to Windows Partition In Linux

How to Write to Windows Partition In Linux

If you’ve mounted your Windows partition in Linux, you may find that you are not able to write to it. Learn how you can write to Windows partition in Linux.

By Alexandru Andrei -
How to Run Ubuntu Container in Chrome OS

How to Run Ubuntu Container in Chrome OS

The default Linux distro used in Chrome OS Crostini is Debian. You are not stuck with it, though. Here’s how to change it to run Ubuntu instead.

By Damien -
How to Downgrade the Kernel in Linux

How to Downgrade the Kernel in Linux

It isn’t all that often, but kernel upgrades can and do go wrong. When the updated kernel causes issues, learn how you can downgrade the kernel in Linux.

By Kris Wouk -
How to Fix High Memory Usage in Linux

How to Fix High Memory Usage in Linux

There are times when your computer is running slow because some apps are using a large amount of memory. Here’s how to fix high memory usage issue in Linux.

By Kris Wouk -
How to Sync Linux Time with NTP Server

How to Sync Linux Time with NTP Server

Computer clocks are not perfect and often slow down over time. Learn how you can sync your Linux time online with NTP servers and keep it on time.

By Alexandru Andrei -
How to Run Mac Apps on Linux

How to Run Mac Apps on Linux

To run Mac apps on Linux, you’ll need some sort of virtual machine or translation layer. You can either make use of Virtualbox or Darling translation layer.

By Alexander Fox -
How to Prevent a DDoS Attack with Nginx

How to Prevent a DDoS Attack with Nginx

Nginx comes with features for you to block a DDoS attack on your server. Learn how you can configure your Nginx to prevent a DDoS attack.

By Jeff Mitchell -
How to Monitor Nvidia GPU in Linux

How to Monitor Nvidia GPU in Linux

You may struggle with the performance of your GPU if it isn’t properly configured. Learn how you can monitor Nvidia GPU in Linux with these two tools.

By Ben Stockton -
How Mobile Linux Differs from Desktop Linux

How Mobile Linux Differs from Desktop Linux

The Linux kernel is the core in most desktop and mobile OS. While they are using the same kernel, mobile Linux is not quite the same as Desktop Linux.

By Alexander Fox -
How to Avoid Server Reboots with Ubuntu Livepatch

How to Avoid Server Reboots with Ubuntu Livepatch

If you are running a Ubuntu server, you will need to reboot it occasionally after a system upgrade. Ubuntu livepatch can avoid server reboot without compromising security.

By Alexandru Andrei -
How to Manage Symlinks in Linux

How to Manage Symlinks in Linux

Symlinks are files that link to other files. In Linux, symlinks serve as shortcuts. Here is how to manage symlinks and fix broken symlinks in Linux.

By Jeff Mitchell -
Is Arch Linux Better than Ubuntu?

Is Arch Linux Better than Ubuntu?

A commonly asked question is “Is Arch Linux better than Ubuntu?” We compared the two to see which is better. Here are our findings.

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How to Create CS:GO Server on Linux VPS

How to Create CS:GO Server on Linux VPS

If you want more control when playing Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, you can create your own CS:GO server on Linux rather than using Steam’s server.

By Alexandru Andrei -
How to Speed Up Your Linux PC

How to Speed Up Your Linux PC

Linux is lightweight and fast by default, but it’s always beneficial to further speed up a Linux PC. Here are some great ways to speed up your Linux machine.

By Jeff Mitchell -
What Is /dev/null in Linux?

What Is /dev/null in Linux?

“/dev/null” in Linux is a virtual device file, and whatever you write to “/dev/null” is discarded, forgotten, thrown into the void. Learn how /dev/null works in Linux.

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