Divya Kiran Kumar
FOSS LINUX AUTHOR
I'm the Editor of FOSS Linux. I worked as a Software Engineer before taking up blogging as my full-time job. I enjoy using Linux, and can't imagine anything else for my PC. Apart from writing for FOSS Linux, I enjoy reading non-fictional books. Sapiens was my favorite last read. I hope you enjoy reading and using this blog to enhance your Linux experience! Have a great day ahead!
Solus 4.1 Fortitude got released this week. This release delivers a brand new desktop experience, updated software Apps, and hardware integration. In this video, FOSSLinux.com takes you through the desktop and major features tour to help you decide if this rolling Linux distribution is suitable for you.
You can find files by filename using the "locate" command. The command is fast because the background on your system constantly finds and stores new files in a database is a background process. This article shows you top uses of this handy command.
In this tutorial, we help you master the use of 'Find' command in Linux through the top five secret uses of 'Find' command. Starting with a bit advance use of 'find' we should move to the advance execution.
In this article, I explain, how can you optimize your day-to-day task, increase the chances of getting hired, and most importantly, how to save precious hours of your life. 'grep' command is the prime weapon in the war zone of Linux. Once you master the GREP command, you should get the tons of benefits out of it.
Linux has come a long way when it comes to file sharing. A user no longer has to configure an SSH or set up an FTP server. They can now use a nifty app called Teleport. This tutorial will explain how to install Teleport and how to start sharing those files with it.
Spotify music service supports the Linux operating system with the help of Snap, Flatpak, and Ubuntu applications. The app doesn't work well on PCs with minimal resources.
Windows users that are looking to use Linux or at least try it out for the first time may seem at a loss on how to go about doing it. The first thought is that a user would need a separate machine just for the Linux software or that they would need to replace Windows with Linux on their Windows machine.