Hend Adel

FOSS LINUX AUTHOR

Hi! I'm Hend Adel, a freelancer technical geek with successful experience in Database, Linux and many other IT fields. I help to build solutions to suit business needs and creating streamlined processes. I love Linux and I'm here to share my skills via FOSS Linux! Thanks for reading my article.

Latest Articles

Install Maya Autodesk on Ubuntu

In this tutorial, we are going to cover installing Autodesk Maya on Ubuntu. Though it is a little bit tricky process, we will try to keep it simple as we can.

How to use FTP by command-line in Ubuntu

During this tutorial, we are going to cover installing the FTP server and will show you some examples of how to upload and download single and multiple files.

How to clean uninstall and reinstall Firefox in Ubuntu

Mozilla Firefox is an open source, free internet-browsing application. Mozilla Firefox considered Ubuntu's official web browser, so almost every Ubuntu distribution comes with Firefox installed.

How to install Steam on Ubuntu

Steam is a video gaming platform developed by Valve Corporation. Steam has several games on its servers and you need to install the Steam client on your PC to access them. You can install games on your computer using the steam application and play them whenever you need.

How to install and run Android Apps on Ubuntu using Anbox

Have you ever thought that you need to try an android application on your Linux system? This is possible with a new application "Anbox".Anbox is a Linux system emulation tool. It can act as a layer between Android apps and your Linux system that are purely coded. It allows you to run and execute android applications on your Linux system.

How to install a complete Ubuntu on a USB Flash Drive

In this tutorial, we are going to perform a complete installation of Ubuntu on a USB Flash drive. Note that this is not about just creating a bootable Ubuntu Live USB drive. Instead, we are going to help you install a full-fledged Ubuntu on a USB drive. It's like having a portable Ubuntu system!

How to downgrade Application or Package on Ubuntu

Downgrading to the previous version of an application is pretty easy. Here is how it goes. Your Linux system generally has many versions of any installed package available in its repositories. In this tutorial, we are going to help you downgrade a package to its previous version in Ubuntu using the command line as well as GUI method. For the sake of illustration, we are going to use the Firefox package to perform our downgrade.

How to flush DNS on Ubuntu and CentOS

DNS (Domain Name Service) is responsible for mapping a website name into the respective IP. In this tutorial, we will show you how to flush your DNS on Ubuntu and CentOS operating systems in easy and clear steps.