How to install and run Android Apps on Ubuntu using Anbox

Have you ever thought that you need to try an android application on your Linux system? This is possible with a new application "Anbox".Anbox is a Linux system emulation tool. It can act as a layer between Android apps and your Linux system that are purely coded. It allows you to run and execute android applications on your Linux system.

How to install Xenlism Minimalism GTK Theme on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

Today, we are going to introduce you to yet another GTK theme for your Ubuntu. Xenlism minimalism is a gorgeous looking desktop theme that's inspired by the elementary OS Linux distribution from which it derives the Mac OS X appearance. 

How to install a complete Ubuntu on a USB Flash Drive

In this tutorial, we are going to perform a complete installation of Ubuntu on a USB Flash drive. Note that this is not about just creating a bootable Ubuntu Live USB drive. Instead, we are going to help you install a full-fledged Ubuntu on a USB drive. It's like having a portable Ubuntu system!

How to downgrade Application or Package on Ubuntu

Downgrading to the previous version of an application is pretty easy. Here is how it goes. Your Linux system generally has many versions of any installed package available in its repositories. In this tutorial, we are going to help you downgrade a package to its previous version in Ubuntu using the command line as well as GUI method. For the sake of illustration, we are going to use the Firefox package to perform our downgrade.

How to install and configure ownCloud on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

OwnCloud is free to download and install on your private servers without paying to service providers. In this article, we will help you install and configure ownCloud on your Ubuntu machine. This tutorial is thoroughly tested on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS.

How to flush DNS on Ubuntu and CentOS

DNS (Domain Name Service) is responsible for mapping a website name into the respective IP. In this tutorial, we will show you how to flush your DNS on Ubuntu and CentOS operating systems in easy and clear steps.

Ubuntu 19.04 released, here is everything you need to know

Ubuntu's most advanced version, Ubuntu 19.04, is released officially today. April 11th is when Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu finally froze the version, which is the last stage in the development process. At this stage, only the critical bugs will be fixed before the official release to the public.

New Flatpak 1.3.2 uses custom FUSE filesystem installation technique

Until today's release, flatpak pulled in a temporary directory owned by the user and then asked the flatpak system helper to import from this directory. Perversely, since flatpak cannot trust the user directory, it had to copy those files during the import process, causing redundant Input-Output cycles as well as using additional temporary disk space.

How to install and configure Prometheus on CentOS 7

Prometheus is an open-source toolkit initially built at SoundCloud for monitoring and alerting. It collects metrics from monitored targets by scrapping HTTP endpoints on those targets.

How to downgrade Programs in Linux Mint

Updating the programs is a great way to keep your system top notch with all the new toys and tricks. Updates are significant. They provide new features, features you think are amazing, and often comes with revamped interfaces too.

How to install and run Android Apps on Ubuntu using Anbox

Have you ever thought that you need to try an android application on your Linux system? This is possible with a new application "Anbox".Anbox is a Linux system emulation tool. It can act as a layer between Android apps and your Linux system that are purely coded. It allows you to run and execute android applications on your Linux system.

MX Linux 18.2 released; includes updated Debian 9.8 (stretch), antiX and MX repos

For those new to MX Linux, it is a Debian-based Linux distro that uses core antiX components, along with additional software for the MX community. It is a collaborative undertaking between the anti-X and former MEPIS communities. The name "MX" was chosen to combine Mepis first with antiX's last letter, symbolizing the cooperation between these two letters.

SMPlayer 19.1 released; adds support for 60fps YouTube Videos and Subtitles Search

SMPlayer got bumped straight to version 19.1 from 18.10 with the addition of a couple of important features and several bug fixes. SMPlayer is an award-winning MPlayer graphical user interface (GUI), capable of playing almost all known video and audio formats. 

KeePassXC – Store and Auto-type Passwords Safely

Today, we shall review one such free and open-source application "KeePassXC Password Manager". KeePassXC is a community fork of KeePass tool which is a 15-year old tool for Windows operating system. Built using Qt5 libraries, it is a cross-platform application that can run on Linux, Windows, and MacOS.

How to install Xenlism Minimalism GTK Theme on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

Today, we are going to introduce you to yet another GTK theme for your Ubuntu. Xenlism minimalism is a gorgeous looking desktop theme that's inspired by the elementary OS Linux distribution from which it derives the Mac OS X appearance. 

HPLIP software now supports Linux Mint 19.1, Debian 9.7, and RHEL 7.6

The HP Linux Imaging and Printing (HPLIP) software for HP printer and Linux - based scanners has been updated to version 3.19.3. For those new to HPLIP, HPLIP is an HP solution designed to print, scan and fax HP inkjet and laser-based printers on Linux.