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22 POSTS 0 COMMENTSPulkit Chandak is a Linux enthusiast and has been using and experimenting with open source software, and hardware too since a long time. He is a huge admirer of open source software and wants to ventilate it to all around him. He is interested in reviewing and writing tutorials on Linux and its innumerable distributions. He believes that freedom in software leads to freedom of the mind from the chains of limits.
Today is a big day for the Solus team as the team just hit a significant milestone! The new version Solus 4, code-named Fortitude ('four'titude - see the pun?) got released today. The new version provides a unique experience of the much-appreciated desktop environment Budgie that got an updated set of default applications.
This article is about a program named GNOME-Pie. It is an application launcher made for Linux, which represents the programs in the form of circular discs or pies. They surround a central pie that has the name of the category. These individual applications are called slices.
In today's Learn Linux guide, we will present you a comprehensive guide on what are system logs, where to find them, and how to use them to effectively manage a Linux system. Note that all the Linux distros including the popular ones namely Debian, Ubuntu, Arch Linux, Fedora, and CentOS have log files and it is common to Linux.
Offline update and upgrade of your Ubuntu or Linux Mint system are useful especially when you have a bunch of PCs on the same network. You don't need to waste your internet bandwidth deploying updates and upgrades repeatedly for each PC.
So in this article, we are going to show how to sync Microsoft OneDrive data to your Linux system. For those not aware of Microsoft OneDrive, it is a cloud data storage service similar to IDrive, Google Drive, Dropbox, pCloud, and so on.
This tutorial is about fixing Linux Mint not updating due to broken packages error. In this article, we are going to discuss the causes of broken packages, and show you how to fix them on Linux Mint.
In this article of Terminal Tuts, we're going to show you how to download Torrents using the command-line via the Terminal interface. We will use a program called rTorrent. There are many others, but most of them were created because of the existence of their GUI first. rTorrent is independent and only CLI based.
More often than not, files do get misplaced on your computer. For finding them, you will need to use some sort of tool and a bunch of rules. In today's Terminal Tuts series, we're going to explain how to find files on your Linux systems, by knowing any sort of information about the file and by using the terminal.
We are here to announce some significant changes that are announced in one of the most widely used Linux distributions currently, Linux Mint. Linux Mint is known for its ease of usage and as a soothing entrance to the stereotypically scary world of Linux. Its simple interface and a robust set of preinstalled programs do excel in making it so.
In this article, we're going to explain how can the GNOME GUI can be installed on CentOS minimal version. Since the interface is CLI mode, this is only going to be a bunch of simple terminal commands. GNOME is a part of the GNU project and is a very simple DE that focuses on ease of usage and elegance.