How to install DaVinci Resolve on Ubuntu

DaVinci Resolve is a professional software used for video editing, color correction, motion graphics, and visual effects. It's extensively used in the moving-making industry, especially Hollywood. Previously, it used to be a daunting task to install the DaVinci Resolve on a Linux PC, but thanks to the script created by Daniel Tufvesson, now it's easier to install.

How to enable and use Ubuntu Media Share

The all-new release of Ubuntu 19.10, has brought many new features to the elite operating system. The interface is faster than ever, and even the theme has received a beautiful, funky revamp, with new icons and window themes. Upgrade to GNOME 3.34 has also added quite a touch of snappiness to the system.

How to create a Ubuntu Persistent Storage Live USB drive

In this guide, we are going to walk you through creating an Ubuntu Live USB with persistent storage. All you need is a PC with already running Ubuntu or Windows (We will show you how to make the Live USB on both operating systems.) alongside a USB drive with enough storage, in our tutorial we have used a USB with 32 GB size.

Quick Tip: How to hide mounted drives from the Ubuntu Dock

The Ubuntu dock is a beneficial feature for all users. That look of Ubuntu is completed only by its iconic dock and its application shortcuts. That being said, often users do not want to have specific shortcuts there. The applications can be easily edited out, just by unpinning them.

Working with Docker Images, Containers, and the DockerHub

Previously we showed how to install Docker on Ubuntu. Docker is a handy tool designed to make it easier to create, deploy, and run applications by using containers. Today, let's talk about working with Docker images, Containers, and the DockerHub. 

Enabling GameMode on Linux for best gaming performance

GameMode is a combination of various libraries and daemons that allows all the users to improve the gaming performance on the Linux system. Developed by games publisher Feral Interactive, it improves gaming performance by requesting a group of options that will be applied temporarily to the Linux system.

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Installing an updatable Manjaro Linux on a USB Flash Drive

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The real purpose of this article is to help Linux newbies get comfortable and confident with the Linux command-line.  While knowledge and comfort of the Linux GUI allow great power, it is the mastery of the command line, or CLI, affords the Linux user unlimited power and certifies them as a Linux power user well on their way to becoming an expert.

How to sync Microsoft OneDrive from command-line in Linux

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Gammy – Adaptive screen brightness utility for Linux

Gammy is a program that adjusts the level of screen brightness and the amount of blue light emitted automatically. The way it works is that Gammy takes a screenshot after a very fixed period, and gradually adjusts the brightness based on that.

Meet “Hera” elementary OS 5.1, here are the new features

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How to install and setup ADB tools on Linux

If you have an Android phone, you probably want to create backups relatively quickly and reliably. Chances are you have unnecessary built-in Google apps or apps from your manufacturer that you want to get rid of. This is not allowed by default, obviously, but there is a solution.

Linux Mint 19.3 “Tricia” beta approved for release, download now

The announcement was made via their November 2019 newsletter. They added that the team is still optimistic about the official release before Christmas. They did also mentioned that the Linux Mint 19.3 Beta release will be made available for download on Tuesday, December 3, 2019.

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How to install DaVinci Resolve on Ubuntu

DaVinci Resolve is a professional software used for video editing, color correction, motion graphics, and visual effects. It's extensively used in the moving-making industry, especially Hollywood. Previously, it used to be a daunting task to install the DaVinci Resolve on a Linux PC, but thanks to the script created by Daniel Tufvesson, now it's easier to install.

How to enable and use Ubuntu Media Share

The all-new release of Ubuntu 19.10, has brought many new features to the elite operating system. The interface is faster than ever, and even the theme has received a beautiful, funky revamp, with new icons and window themes. Upgrade to GNOME 3.34 has also added quite a touch of snappiness to the system.

Kali Linux 2019.4 released with new DE, undercover, and more

The Kali Linux developers have officially announced the final release this year, Kali Linux 2019.4. There are a lot of new and great features coming with this version, so as they put it on their website, 'grab yourself a drink!'

Let’s Go! – Installing the Go programming language on Debian

Go, also referred to as Golang, is an open-source, lower-level, statically typed programming language created by Google. A team of Google programmers (Robert Griesemer, Rob Pike, and Ken Thompson) developed Go in 2007.  Go's primary purpose is building fast, simple, efficient, and reliable server-side and web-based applications.