7 of the Best Data Recovery Tools for Linux

7 of the Best Data Recovery Tools for Linux

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.

By Mike Tee -
How to Sync Microsoft OneDrive with Linux

How to Sync Microsoft OneDrive with Linux

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.

By Damien -
3 of the Best System Monitor Tools for Ubuntu

3 of the Best System Monitor Tools for Ubuntu

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.

By Elsie Biage -
How to Play Apple Music in Linux

How to Play Apple Music in Linux

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.

By Elsie Biage -
How to Master the rsync Command in Linux

How to Master the rsync Command in Linux

Rsync is a useful file synchronization tool that comes with incremental synchronization. Learn how to and install and use the Rsync command in Linux.

By Alexandru Andrei -
How to Install Google Chrome in Ubuntu

How to Install Google Chrome in Ubuntu

Most users who try to install Google Chrome in Ubuntu will not find it in the Software center. Here is how you can install Google Chrome in Ubuntu.

By Elsie Biage -
How to Use Docker Containers

How to Use Docker Containers

Docker allows you to run your application on the same environment everywhere. Here we will show you how to use Docker containers to run applications .

By Alexandru Andrei -
5 of the Best Games on Ubuntu Snap Store

5 of the Best Games on Ubuntu Snap Store

Snap has come along as an easy way to run almost anything, including games, without hassle. Here are some of the best games in Ubuntu Snap Store.

By Kris Wouk -
How to Install and Use Teamviewer on Linux

How to Install and Use Teamviewer on Linux

Teamviewer is a popular way for remote teams to collaborate, share screens and provide tech support. Learn how to install and use Teamviewer on Linux!

By Nick Congleton -
How to Install Docker in Linux

How to Install Docker in Linux

Docker is a containerization utility that allows you to develop your application once and deploy it everywhere. Learn how you can install Docker in Linux.

By Alexandru Andrei -
15 Tar Commands You Should Try in Linux

15 Tar Commands You Should Try in Linux

Sometimes you need to pack multiple files and/or directories into a single file. These are some tar commands you can use to archive and compress your files.

By Alexandru Andrei -
Accessing Your Linux Server from Android

Accessing Your Linux Server from Android

There are times where you need to connect to your web server while on the move. Here is how you can access your Linux server from your Android device.

By Kris Wouk -
How to Install Spotify on Linux

How to Install Spotify on Linux

Spotify is easily the most popular music streaming service in the world, and they support Linux! Learn now to install the Spotify client on your Linux PC.

By Nick Congleton -
Introduction to Ubuntu’s LXD Containers

Introduction to Ubuntu’s LXD Containers

Containers are portable and easy to clone and/or move to other operating systems. LXD is a container that is designed to contain an entire operating system instead of an application.

By Alexandru Andrei -
11 Great LXDE Themes

11 Great LXDE Themes

The LXDE desktop environment design is kind of outdated and bland. Luckily, you can easily customize it to your own liking. Here are 11 great themes for LXDE.

By Mike Tee -
5 of the Best Markdown Editors for Linux

5 of the Best Markdown Editors for Linux

There are plenty of options for marking down documents in Linux. Here are some of the best markdown editors for Linux that you can use. Check them out.

By Mike Tee -
How to Check for Available Memory in Ubuntu

How to Check for Available Memory in Ubuntu

Sometimes you just need to find out the available memory in your system. Let’s see some Linux utilities that show memory usage in a human-readable format.

By Alexandru Andrei -
How to Use Journalctl to Read Linux System Logs

How to Use Journalctl to Read Linux System Logs

Most Linux distros have migrated to systemd, which comes with a different log daemon, journald. You will need to use the journalctl utility to read system logs.

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