Configuring Automatic Login and Lock Screen on Ubuntu 19.10

Whether it's Linux or Windows, Ubuntu, or Fedora, I am not an 'automatic' type of guy.  That is to say, and I don't want my login automated, nor do I want my updates automatically installed.  This preference directly results from over thirty years in Information Technology, prudence, habit, and experience.  Plus, it's just plain smart security sense.

How to download files using command-line in Ubuntu Terminal

One of the usual daily tasks is downloading files. Using the command line, you can easily carry out this task quickly.

How to customize your Ubuntu terminal prompt

Here, we're going to explain how users can customize the look of their Ubuntu Terminal. The final part of this article can be used in any other distribution as well.

Ubuntu 19.10 (Eoan Ermine) Beta Installation and Overview

It may be early, but I've been looking forward to the release of Ubuntu 19.10 for some time now. As an impatient person, and promised readers in the FOSSLinux article announcing the release of Eoan Ermine that we would provide you a review of Ubuntu 19.10 Eoan Ermine - Beta.  So, here it goes.

How to install and configure Docker-CE on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

Docker is a containerization technology designed to create, deploy, and run applications by using containers —from hybrid cloud to the edge. This tutorial provides you fully tested step-by-step guide on installation the Docker on your Ubuntu system.

How to run Ubuntu using the Windows Subsystem for Linux

Earlier this week, we reported on the first-ever Windows Linux conference, WSLconf 1, this coming March.  WSLConf 1 promises to center on Microsoft's Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL).

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10 Best Screen Capturing Software for Linux

Do you want to make a video tutorial for YouTube or show-off your epic victory royale to your friends? Look no further — as we have compiled the 10 Best Screen Capturing Software for Linux. Whether you need to record your desktop screen or take a simple screenshot, FOSSLinux has got your back.
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Manjaro ‘Gellivara’ XFCE Edition (17.0.5) in 10 Screenshots

Want to take a quick virtual tour Manjaro XFCE edition instead of downloading GBs worth of ISO image and then making a Live USB of it? We will make it easy for you. Here are a series of screenshots of the important aspects of Manjaro Linux in XFCE edition. This is a light-weight edition, and aims to be fast and low on system resources. You will be amazed on how it is still visually appealing and user friendly.
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5 Best Video Players for Linux

Most Linux-based systems come with a built-in video player, but let's be honest, it most definitely won't be able to satisfy all of your requirements, due to the fact that default software is mostly made for basic purposes. In this article, we will review the 5 Best Video Players for Linux and thoroughly discuss their features as well as their pros and cons.

How to create and edit text files using command-line from Linux Terminal

In today's Terminal Tuts session, we shall show you several ways of creating and editing text files that can be done easily and quickly using the command line.

Purism shows off more pictures of Librem 5 Phone and PureOS UI

As the first batch of the Librem 5 phones starts reaching its respectful owners, we can now have a better look at the product from its pictures taken by the customers.

Happy 15th Birthday, Ubuntu!

Ubuntu plans to celebrate its 15th birthday three days early this year with the official release of Ubuntu 19.10 'Eoan Ermine' this Thursday, October 17th, 2019, almost 15 years to the day that Ubuntu 4.10 'Warty Warthog' debuted on October 20, 2004.

Shadow of the Tomb Raider coming to Linux on Nov 5

Gamers are in for a treat as Shadow of the Tomb Raider Definitive Edition is set to make its debut on both Linux and macOS systems this November 5th. Shadow of the Tomb Raider is the third and final installment to the famous Tomb Raider origins trilogy.

Configuring Automatic Login and Lock Screen on Ubuntu 19.10

Whether it's Linux or Windows, Ubuntu, or Fedora, I am not an 'automatic' type of guy.  That is to say, and I don't want my login automated, nor do I want my updates automatically installed.  This preference directly results from over thirty years in Information Technology, prudence, habit, and experience.  Plus, it's just plain smart security sense.

How to download files using command-line in Ubuntu Terminal

One of the usual daily tasks is downloading files. Using the command line, you can easily carry out this task quickly.

Tails 4.0 RC out now with Linux 5.3, Tor Browser 9.0

You can now download the latest Tails release candidate that not only comes with increased privacy but also Linux 5.3 and Tor Browser 9.

How to verify a Linux ISO image before installing it

Making use of the corrupted ISO images for installation can cause an unstable PC or in worst cases, an inoperable PC too. Hence, I suggest to first authenticate the ISO image before installing it.

Test drive a Linux distro online before you hate it

I have been using MX-Linux as the distro on my primary laptop for over a year now.  That's the longest I've ever primarily used...

How to install Google Fonts on Fedora

Did you want to add some style to your documents or maybe create a beautiful banner on Gimp? You will need some stylish fonts to jazz it up a bit. In this tutorial, we are going to walk you through installing Google Fonts on Fedora by using the following two methods.