Thursday, April 26, 2018
New Welcome Screen

Check out Ubuntu 18.04’s Brand New Welcome Screen!

Ubuntu 18.04 LTS will be released tomorrow to public. It is code named as "Bionic Beaver". It will sports many new features, most importantly GNOME 3.28, Linux Kernel 4.15, Xorg as default video server, and will ship with a brand new welcome screen!

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New Welcome Screen

Check out Ubuntu 18.04’s Brand New Welcome Screen!

Ubuntu 18.04 LTS will be released tomorrow to public. It is code named as "Bionic Beaver". It will sports many new features, most importantly GNOME 3.28, Linux Kernel 4.15, Xorg as default video server, and will ship with a brand new welcome screen!
Distinst Installer

Here is the brand new Pop!_OS installer that may feature in...

A Brand new installation wizard is being developed together by elementary and System76 team. This means the new installer will be included in elementary OS and Pop!_OS. System76 releases Pop!_OS, which is a Linux distribution based of Ubuntu.

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LIVE USB

How to create a Fedora Games Live USB drive in Linux

One of the best Fedora spins that has been for a while and also being well maintained is the Fedora Games. The Fedora Games spin is a great showcase of the best games available in the Fedora operating system.

How to create Manjaro Linux Live USB drive in Windows PC

Create Manjaro Live USB flash drive
Manjaro Linux is based on the independently developed Arch operating system.  Arch Linux is already known to be an exceptionally fast, powerful, and lightweight distribution. But Arch Linux is typically targeted to geeks who have some Linux background and command-line usage.

TERMINAL TUTS

remove apps from terminal

How to completely uninstall applications by command line in Ubuntu

Uninstalling software from the command line via Terminal is one of the most important tasks while dealing with troubleshooting a remotely connected Ubuntu PC. In today's Terminal Tuts session, let's take a deep dive into it.
resize images command line

How to Resize Images by Command line in Ubuntu

Today, let's talk about how to resize images by command line via Terminal. Command line way of doing things have their own advantages. In most of the cases, it is highly efficient to use command line when doing things from a remote computer. Also, Terminal consumes least amount of system resources and is lightning fast.
IP and MAC Address

How to find IP and MAC Address by command line in Linux

Another day, another command line tutorial. Today, let's talk about an important networking command in Linux, ip. This command is very useful to fish out network parameters of the Linux computer. It works on all Linux distributions including Ubuntu, Arch Linux, Debian, Fedora, and etc..

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