5 Ways to Open a Terminal in Ubuntu

Even though Ubuntu supports many applications with amazing Graphical User Interfaces (GUI), there are always reasons why users prefer using the Terminal to perform different tasks.

The 6 Best Ways to View Files in Linux

Text files are an essential and integral part of any given computer system. Configuration files, programming scripts, and even documents created by users are all simple text files. Also though now there are several document formats, in the initial days of Linux, there were mostly plain text files in use. Consequently, there had to be several ways of reading text files in Linux.

How to play Stadia Games on Linux

The Google Stadia gaming platform is here with us and works great on Linux systems. If you have a Stadia membership and you wish to enjoy these excellent services on your Linux system, then follow along.

How to install VMware Workstation Player on Fedora

VMware is a cross-platform proprietary virtualization software used to run multiple instances of OS as virtual machines. VMware Player is similar to VirtualBox, except that it is proprietary. Any problems arising with the virtual machine does not affect the host operating system.

How to disable Bluetooth (and enable it) on your Linux PC

You can turn off Bluetooth by clicking on the Bluetooth icon that can be generally found on a panel, but the problem is it turns itself back ON after reboot. Here is how to disable it permanently. Don't worry, we also show you how to enable it back when needed.

How to install Google Chrome on MX Linux

MX Linux is a Debian-based Linux distro and uses the Xfce desktop environment. The distro is popular mainly due to its MX Tools utility, which is a compilation of several GUI-based tools that come in handy to get things done or even for fixing issues quickly. It ships with Firefox as the default web browser. This beginner's guide shows how to install the Google Chrome Browser by GUI and command-line ways.

How to install CMake on Ubuntu

CMake is a cross-platform free and open-source software tool designed to build, test, and package the software. CMake uses a simple platform and compiler-independent configuration files to control the software compilation process.

How to install Lightworks on Ubuntu

Even though Linux may not get a native installer of video editing software like Adobe Premiere or Final Cut Pro, that doesn't mean there are no industry standards tools available. Lightworks is non-linear editing (NLE) video mastering app for Windows, Linux, and macOS. Installing it on Ubuntu is simple due to deb package availability.

5 Ways to Open a Terminal in Ubuntu

Even though Ubuntu supports many applications with amazing Graphical User Interfaces (GUI), there are always reasons why users prefer using the Terminal to perform different tasks.

How to install VMware Workstation Player on Fedora

VMware is a cross-platform proprietary virtualization software used to run multiple instances of OS as virtual machines. VMware Player is similar to VirtualBox, except that it is proprietary. Any problems arising with the virtual machine does not affect the host operating system.

How to upgrade to Ubuntu 20.04 LTS “Focal Fossa”

With the release of Ubuntu 20.04 with codename 'Focal Fossa' on 23rd April 2020, you are probably thinking of doing an upgrade to your current system. If you want to perform a completely new installation of Ubuntu 20.04 on your computer, then this article is not for you. In this post, we will give you a step by step procedure of upgrading from Ubuntu 19.10 or Ubuntu 18.04 to Ubuntu 20.04 LTS.

What’s New in Ubuntu 20.04 LTS “Focal Fossa”

Ubuntu 20.04 LTS is out now! This is the successor to Ubuntu 18.04, which was released in April 2018 and still has three years of official support left. Code-named Focal Fossa, the new edition has all the bells and whistles included in it, making it one of the best Ubuntu releases yet. Let's find out more.

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The 10 Best Programming Languages for Hacking

One of the significant entities we have in Cyber Security is Ethical Hacking (ETH). It is the process of detecting and finding flaws or vulnerabilities in a system that a hacker would exploit.

5 Things to do when your Linux system GUI freezes

All operating systems freeze at some point and, Linux distributions are no exceptions. In this post, we are going to look at five methods you can apply to your frozen system before thinking of plugging out the power cable or holding down the power button to power off the PC.

Pop!_OS 20.04 Review: Professional Linux Distribution Ever Made

Linux is growing faster than ever. As per the latest report, there is a drop in the Windows 10 market share for the first time, and Linux's market share has improved to 2.87% this month. Most of the features in the list were rolled out in the Pop OS 20.04. Let's a detailed look into the new features, how to upgrade, and a ride through video.

How to download and install iTunes on Linux

iTunes has always been a convenient platform for downloading, organizing, playing, and syncing media between your Apple devices. It also gives users a large pool of media to buy or stream millions of songs using Apple Music.

Tux Paint: An award-winning drawing app for children

When it comes to children, drawing and sketching is something they love to do. Even on computers, drawing programs are highly used in schools by the kids in primary classes. Schools teach how to interact with the systems through it, and even some programming tutorials for children work based on drawing programs.

Beaker Browser: A P2P web browser you must try

I think we can all agree on the fact that the web browser is an integral part of our Linux systems, or any computer system, for that matter. We have had several fulfilling options for browsing the web, like Firefox, Brave, Vivaldi, Tor, etc. and they have worked pretty well, but also pretty much in the same way, except for Tor, which is much better for anonymity.

The 5 Best OneNote Alternatives for Linux

Microsoft OneNote is a popular note app that is often used as a collaborative tool for Windows operating system. If you have taken a plunge to the Linux ecosystem, you might be on the lookout for a possible replacement for the OneNote app. We did all the research for you, and here we present you with the best Note-taking app for your Linux system.

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5 ways to send emails using the command-line in Linux

Did you master using the command-line in Linux? There is no limit to what one can do via the Linux Terminal. One of such things we are going to discuss today are methods of sending an email using the command-line.

13 ways to use the ls command to list files on Linux

The LS command is one of the first commands that any Linux newbie will learn after installing their first Linux operating system. Not only does it come in handy with Linux Desktop systems, but it's also an excellent utility for server management.

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How to set up an SFTP Server on Linux

When it comes to "file transfers", there are myriad ways to do it. We already covered a decent amount of methods, including transferring files between the Windows and Linux systems, FTP, or File Transfer Protocol to move files between various machines over the network. If you are looking for a more secure way of transfer data over the web, then you have to look at SFTP.

5 ways to send emails using the command-line in Linux

Did you master using the command-line in Linux? There is no limit to what one can do via the Linux Terminal. One of such things we are going to discuss today are methods of sending an email using the command-line.

How to install and configure MySQL on Ubuntu

In this tutorial, we shall see how to install the MySQL server on Ubuntu. We will also detail steps to configure MySQL security options, adjusting authentication methods, and creating a new user. As of writing this post, the current MySQL Linux release is MySQL Server version 5.7. To get started with MySQL installation, follow the steps below:

How to install CMake on Ubuntu

CMake is a cross-platform free and open-source software tool designed to build, test, and package the software. CMake uses a simple platform and compiler-independent configuration files to control the software compilation process.

How to install Lightworks on Ubuntu

Even though Linux may not get a native installer of video editing software like Adobe Premiere or Final Cut Pro, that doesn't mean there are no industry standards tools available. Lightworks is non-linear editing (NLE) video mastering app for Windows, Linux, and macOS. Installing it on Ubuntu is simple due to deb package availability.

How to install DaVinci Resolve on Fedora

Davinci Resolve is a professional application used for color correction, video editing, visual effects, and motion graphics. It is one of the extensively used software by movie industries located in Hollywood.

The 10 Best Programming Languages for Hacking

One of the significant entities we have in Cyber Security is Ethical Hacking (ETH). It is the process of detecting and finding flaws or vulnerabilities in a system that a hacker would exploit.

5 Ways to Open a Terminal in Ubuntu

Even though Ubuntu supports many applications with amazing Graphical User Interfaces (GUI), there are always reasons why users prefer using the Terminal to perform different tasks.

How to install Wine on Fedora Workstation

Linux distributions are becoming more and more popular every day, and Fedora Workstation is not left behind. This popularity brings forth the need to run Windows applications on Linux distros like Fedora. Windows has quite some excellent Software that is not available for Linux.

How to download and install iTunes on Linux

iTunes has always been a convenient platform for downloading, organizing, playing, and syncing media between your Apple devices. It also gives users a large pool of media to buy or stream millions of songs using Apple Music.

The 6 Best Ways to View Files in Linux

Text files are an essential and integral part of any given computer system. Configuration files, programming scripts, and even documents created by users are all simple text files. Also though now there are several document formats, in the initial days of Linux, there were mostly plain text files in use. Consequently, there had to be several ways of reading text files in Linux.

Switching between Python 2 and 3 versions on Ubuntu 20.04

In the recent past, there has been a bit of debate on which Python version should one learn. Python 2 or Python 3. It's now 2020 and pretty evident that Python 3 is the way to go.

5 Things to do when your Linux system GUI freezes

All operating systems freeze at some point and, Linux distributions are no exceptions. In this post, we are going to look at five methods you can apply to your frozen system before thinking of plugging out the power cable or holding down the power button to power off the PC.