Vim is well-known for its steep learning curve, and something as simple as exiting Vim can be difficult. Learn how you can exit Vim editor in Linux.
Arch Linux is one of the most beloved Linux distributions for a reason. It puts the control in your hands. Learn how to install it.
ZFS is one of the most feature-rich filesystems that guarantees you will never lose a single bit of data. Here is what ZFS snapshots and clones can do for you.
As a single-node Kubernetes cluster, Minikube is the best way to run Kubernetes on your laptop because it can be squarely placed inside a virtual machine.
There are numerous ways to spruce up the XFCE terminal. For those who want to tweak their terminal, here are five great XFCE terminal themes to check out.
Not every Linux distro is suitable to use on a touchscreen. Choose the right desktop environment, and you’ll have an easier time using it with a touchscreen monitor.
League of Legends is an extremely popular MoBA game, but it isn’t available for Linux. Learn how to install and run it on Linux with Lutris.
You may know that Canonical just launched a new version of Ubuntu, but is it worth the upgrade? Does Ubuntu 19.04 solve any problems you currently have?
There are plenty of web browsers for Linux these days, but not all of them support all distros. Here are four of best web browsers for Linux.
You have plenty of choices when it comes to screen recorders for Ubuntu. Here are some of the best screen recorders for Ubuntu that you can use.
If you have a digital audio device that can connect your guitar to a PC, here is some software you can use to record, edit and process the signal.
Most people think Apache is too resource-intensive. We will show you how to properly configure Apache and PHP to handle high traffic on a Linux server.
If you’re a musician on a budget, Linux might be attractive, as there is a wealth of music production apps available. Here are some of the best apps for music production on Linux.
You can easily check Linux shutdown and reboot times and dates from the command line. Learn the commands to find out when your computer’s booting.
The best way to choose a virtual private server for your app is to benchmark it. Learn how to benchmark a Linux server and choose which is best for you at this moment.
Been thinking of switching to Linux from Windows? Here are some of the best Linux distros for Windows users that you should try.
Many think Linux users don’t need an antivirus, but it’s a good idea to have some type of virus scanner just in case! Here are some of the best antivirus programs for Ubuntu.
When it comes to booting your Linux OS, there are the old and useful Grub and the newer and simpler systemd-boot. So which is better as a bootloader? Let’s find out.
If your music files are too loud, too soft, or have obnoxious peaks and irregular volume, you can use FFmpeg to normalize your music files. Here’s how.
Pip is a package manager for Python that lets you easily install packages from the Python Package Index. Learn how you can install Pip in Ubuntu.
Kubernetes is an open-source platform that helps manage container applications such as Docker. It can speed up server deployment and save you time and money.
LUKS is the native encryption option on Linux systems, and unlike many other encryption solutions, you can change your LUKS encryption passprase. Learn how.
cURL is a command-line tool for transferring data with URLs and it is an incredibly powerful tool. Learn how to make full use of the cURL command in Linux.
Ubuntu’s recovery mode provides great options to fix a broken system. Learn how to boot into recovery mode in Ubuntu, Linux Mint, and related systems.
Just because you are using XFCE doesn’t mean it has to be ugly. Looking to spice up the look of your XFCE desktop? There’re plenty of XFCE themes around.
It’s fairly easy to extract a zip archive in Linux. Even so, there are more advanced ways you can open zip files and deal with their contents.
Google doesn’t provide an official Google Drive client for Linux. Here we have compiled a complete list of all the unofficial Google Drive clients for Linux.
Streaming services are more popular than ever, but many don’t support Linux. Take these simple steps, and you’ll be watching streamed content on Linux in no time!
Dropbox on Linux has dropped support for all other filesystems except for Ext4. This shows how to get Dropbox working agin in non-ext4 filesystem.
Did your hard drive just crash and you can’t save to your home partition? These six Linux tools can help you retrieve your data and get your digital life back on track.
If you use Linux, there will be a time when you need to know more about your network. The ss command is useful for you to monitor your network connection.
SCP and SFTP are two secure alternatives for FTP. FTP sends data in plain-text, while the other two use the Secure Shell (SSH) protocol for communication.
Microsoft doesn’t offer a syncing tool for their OneDrive service for Linux. Here we show you how to sync OneDrive with Linux using the onedrive script.
System monitoring tools will help you spot any service failures before they impact users. These are some of the best system monitoring tools you can use with Ubuntu.
Linux offers plenty of options to make your PC your own. The ability to choose virtually any keyboard layout is one of them. Learn how!
For sharing files between different operating systems, it can easily be done with Network Share. Here’s how you can transfer files between Linux and Windows.
It is easy to schedule task on Linux, particularly with the “at” command. Pretty much any action you can think of can be scheduled with the “at” command.
Homebrew is a handy tool for Mac users, and now it is available for Linux and Windows under the name Linuxbrew. Here is how Homebrew for Linux works.
iTunes is the primary way that Apple users use to access their music, but it is not available for Linux. Learn how you can access your Apple Music in your Linux machine.
Running out of disk space on your computer can cause issues and update failure. Learn how you can check and manage disk space in Linux.
Zsync is a simple tool for Linux that lets you automatically update files that you’ve already downloaded, saving valuable time and drive space.
There are plenty of specialized Linux distributions for the Raspberry Pi. Here are some of the best Linux distro you can run on Raspberry Pi.
While the Playtstation 2 is a historical relic, you can still play your favorite PS 2 games on Linux. Learn to install and set up PCSX2 and start playing!
You can create your own version of Google’s G suite with Nextcloud and OnlyOffice. Learn how you can install both Nextcloud and OnlyOffice in Ubuntu in a few steps.
If your ISP doesn’t provide you with a dedicated IP address, you can make use of a VPS and reverse SSH tunnel to allow external connections. Here’s how.
You don’t need extra software to run Ubuntu in Windows 10. Here we show you how you can install Ubuntu in Windows using the built-in Hyper-V feature.
SFTP makes it easier to transfer files securely to a remote server. Filezilla and WinSCP also come with support for SFTP. Learn how you can use SFTP to transfer files.
DeSmuME turns your Linux PC into a fully functional Nintendo DS. Learn how to install it and start playing your games today!
DevedeNG is a simple, yet powerful, utility that allows you to make DVD images complete with menus using your video files. Learn how!
Linux will still not be a mainstream desktop in 2019, but there are some interesting things to look for. Here are the 5 biggest Linux predictions for 2019.