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Nitish is a Technical Writer with five years of experience. He enjoys covering new tech and has a special love for Linux. He also has a keen interest in Blockchain and WordPress.
Do you want to monitor the performance of your Linux system? Are you looking for some powerful performance monitoring tools to help you out? If you agree, it's your day as we have put together a detailed list of the ten best Linux performance monitoring tools.
If you are looking for a feature-rich and reliable Office Suite for your Fedora PC, then you have an excellent option at hand. LibreOffice, a free and opensource app, has stood the test of time and evolved into a beautiful alternative to Microsoft Office.
Do you want to install Flutter and start creating awesome Android and iOS applications? Then you have come to the right place. Here is a comprehensive tutorial on how to install Flutter on Linux. If you are new to Flutter, don't worry, we got that covered too as we shall go in-depth understanding of Flutter and what it brings to the table.
MX Linux is a popular Linux distribution based on Debian stable. Hence as Debian shifts from one Stable release to the next, so does MX Linux come out with a new version based on the latest Debian release. Also, just like Debian, each MX release is supported for 4 - 5 years. From a technical standpoint, you don't need to update to the latest MX version as soon as it's out.
Redmine is an open-source free to use web-based tool for project management and issue tracking. Built on top of the Ruby on Rails framework, it offers a cross-platform and cross-database solution that comes with support for multiple projects, wikis, forums, calendars, email notification, and much more.
In case you are not aware, phpMyAdmin is one of the most popular free and open-source tools for the administration of MySQL and MariaDB. It supports a wide range of database operations like managing your indexes, tables, columns, relations, and so on. You also get the option to execute any SQL statement as well directly.
One of the most beautiful things about Linux is that it can deliver fluid performance even on low-tier hardware. You don't need 16GB of RAM or a quad-core processor just to browse the web. Ubuntu - one of the most popular Linux Distro can run perfectly well with a simple 2GHz dual-core system racking no more than 4GB of RAM and just needs a minimum of 25GB storage space.
If you are coming from the Windows environment, the chances are that you may think the tmp directory is something safe to delete. That's not the case! Unless you know what you are doing, we don't want advice to remove anything in the tmp directory. Here is everything you need to know. Read on.