If you ever wondered what YUM stands for, it is an abbreviation for Yellow Dog Updater, Modified. It is a high-level package manager, that uses the RPM package management tool in the background. How it differs from RPM? I will show you in a minute.
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.
The latest version of LibreOffice (i.e., v6.2) — released on 7th of February of the current year — comes with an improved UI and several new features, of which NotebookBar is the most noteworthy.
So in this tutorial, we are going to install and configure DNS on Ubuntu. Through this tutorial, we will use one of the most common programs used for handling the name server on Ubuntu that is BIND (which is an abbreviation for Berkley Internet Naming Daemon).
Katoolin is a Python script that allows the installation of Kali Linux tools at once automatically or manually one by one. In this tutorial, we are going to show you how to install Kali Linux Tools using Katoolin on Ubuntu.
Performance is one of the most complicated parts of systems administration. Whenever you are trying to investigate the source of bad performance or the reason for the high workload, you need the right tools to do so.
Automating tasks on Ubuntu can be done through a package called cron. Crontab which is an abbreviation for cron table is a configuration file used to schedule shell commands to run periodically.
There are several times that you might need to record a video of a sequence of commands in terminal. Let it be for a tutorial or for teaching seasons or just for your own reference. Recording a video does not allow you to copy from it, so you need to provide some transcript of the video if you want your viewers to be able to copy your commands for further use.