What Is AppImage in Linux?

What Is AppImage in Linux?

On Windows, there are portable apps that you can run without installation. In Linux, Appimage is portable, too, but with a different architecture.

By Alexandru Andrei -
Debian vs. Ubuntu: Which One Should You Use?

Debian vs. Ubuntu: Which One Should You Use?

While Ubuntu is based on Debian, they are two different distros. Here we compare Debian and Ubuntu and the similarities and differences between them.

By Alexandru Andrei -
How to Use the Tee Command in Linux

How to Use the Tee Command in Linux

If you ever use pipes and redirections in Linux, chances are you will also need to make use of the tee utility. Here’s how to use the tee command in Linux.

By Alexandru Andrei -
How to Generate GPG Keys in Linux

How to Generate GPG Keys in Linux

To keep your files or messages, you should be using GPG encryption keys. Here’s how you can generate GPG keys in Linux and easily encrypt your files.

By Ben Stockton -
11 Reasons You Should Learn to Use Linux

11 Reasons You Should Learn to Use Linux

You have probably heard of Linux. What makes Linux so great? Here are the 11 things that make Linux an important tool for serious computer users.

By Alexander Fox -
5 of the Best Linux Distros for Beginners

5 of the Best Linux Distros for Beginners

If you’re considering giving Linux a try, you might be put off by the risk of a steep learning curve. Here are 5 of the best Linux distros for beginners.

By Ben Stockton -
How to Limit Resources an LXD Container Can Use

How to Limit Resources an LXD Container Can Use

If you are using multiple LXD containers on the same system, it makes sense to limit the amount of resources each component can use. Here’s how you can do so.

By Alexandru Andrei -
How to Fix Ubuntu Freezing in VirtualBox

How to Fix Ubuntu Freezing in VirtualBox

If you’re running Ubuntu in VirtualBox and it’s constantly freezing, trying to figure out what the problem is can be an exercise in frustration.

By Kris Wouk -
How to Mount Remote Directories in Linux with SSHFS

How to Mount Remote Directories in Linux with SSHFS

SSHFS is very easy to use, clean and simple. It’s also incredibly secure since it relies on the battle-hardened and proven OpenSSH server. Learn how you can mount remote directories in Linux with SSHFS.

By Alexandru Andrei -
How to Enable Dynamic Transparency Ubuntu

How to Enable Dynamic Transparency Ubuntu

Even though it was removed, you can re-enable dynamic transparency on your Ubuntu PC with the GNOME desktop environment with a simple extension.

By Nick Congleton -
How to Fix a Touchpad Not Working in Linux

How to Fix a Touchpad Not Working in Linux

Sometimes your touchpad will stp working in Linux, maybe after a major update/upgrade. Here are the steps to fix the touchpad not working issue in Linux.

By Kris Wouk -
How to Secure a Linux Home Server

How to Secure a Linux Home Server

Setting up a Linux home server is relatively easy, but securing it is another story altogether. Learn how you can secure your Linux home server.

By Kris Wouk -
5 of the Best Arch Linux-Based Distributions

5 of the Best Arch Linux-Based Distributions

If you’d like to use Arch Linux but don’t want to build everything from the ground up, here are 5 of the best Arch-based Linux distributions you can try.

By Ben Stockton -
4 of the Best Android Emulators for Linux

4 of the Best Android Emulators for Linux

With an Android emulator, you can enjoy the smartphone experience without the smartphone. Here are some of the best Android emulators for Linux.

By Ben Stockton -
How to Install Kodi on Linux

How to Install Kodi on Linux

When it comes to media streaming, there’s no better player than Kodi. Here’s how you can install Kodi on some of the most popular Linux distros.

By Ben Stockton -
Amp Up Your Linux Music Library With DeaDBeeF

Amp Up Your Linux Music Library With DeaDBeeF

There are plenty of fantasic music players on Linux. DeaDBeeF, however, stands out among the rest. Learn how to install and customize this Linux favorite.

By Nick Congleton -
11 Uses for the ‘ps’ Command in Linux

11 Uses for the ‘ps’ Command in Linux

The ps command is a frequently-used tool for system administrators. It’s used to list the currently-running processes on your system. Here are some great uses for it.

By Alexander Fox -
How to Upgrade Debian

How to Upgrade Debian

When a new version of Debian is released, it often brings significant improvements and new features. Learn how to easily upgrade Debian to the newer version.

By Alexandru Andrei -
5 of the Best LaTex Editors for Linux

5 of the Best LaTex Editors for Linux

LaTeX markup allows you to add elements like complicated mathematical equations to your document. Here are five of the best LaTeX editors for Linux users.

By Ben Stockton -
How to Upgrade Ubuntu from the Command Line

How to Upgrade Ubuntu from the Command Line

It is easy to upgrade your Ubuntu to a new release, either with a graphical interface or via the terminal. Here’s how to upgrade Ubuntu from the command line.

By Alexandru Andrei -
8 Methods to Exit Vim Editor in Linux

8 Methods to Exit Vim Editor in Linux

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.

By Kris Wouk -
How to Install Arch Linux

How to Install Arch 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.

By Nick Congleton -
How to Use ZFS Snapshots and Clones

How to Use ZFS Snapshots and Clones

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.

By Alexandru Andrei -
5 XFCE Terminal Themes You Should Try

5 XFCE Terminal Themes You Should Try

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.

By Kris Wouk -
How to Install League of Legends on Linux

How to Install League of Legends on Linux

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.

By Nick Congleton -
What’s New in Ubuntu 19.04?

What’s New in Ubuntu 19.04?

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?

By Alexandru Andrei -
4 of the Best Web Browsers for Linux

4 of the Best Web Browsers for Linux

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.

By Elsie Biage -
4 of the Best Screen Recorders for Ubuntu

4 of the Best Screen Recorders for Ubuntu

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.

By Kris Wouk -
7 Essential Linux Apps for Guitarists

7 Essential Linux Apps for Guitarists

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.

By Alexander Fox -