If you’ve been wondering whether you can install Zoom on Linux, we answer that here, showing how to install Zoom on Linux distributions.
cURL is a command-line tool for transferring data with URLs. Here is a complete guide showing how to use cURL on Linux, Windows and macOS.
Backing up your hard drive is easy. Here are a few ways to clone your entire hard drive in Linux, allowing you to back up your data with ease.
There has been confusion in Debian-based Linux distros regarding apt and apt-get commands. This ultimate guide explains it all.
Hackers are always trying to hack into your Linux server. Here’s a useful and fun way to create an SSH honeypot to trap these hackers.
It’s important to understand how to manage directories in your OS. If you’re new to Linux, this article shows how to delete a directory.
WSL is a great place to start to get the Linux experience. This article shows you how to get Linux distros set up on Windows with WSL.
Gaming is not the forte of Linux, but there are still plenty of great games around. Here are the best Linux games for you to enjoy.
If you want everything removed from your Ubuntu desktop, including the desktop icons, learn how you can hide desktop icons in Ubuntu.
This article shows you a number of useful and interesting Bash prompts with examples as well as some further instruction on working with them.
Here we explore why many games that don’t have a high demand for resources suffer in Linux. This includes a look at OpenGL, Vulkan, and DirectX.
There are several ways to switch to the root user in Linux, and it can be confusing. Learn the differences between each command and their use cases.
This guide shows how to easily reset your root password in Linux so that you don’t lose all administrative privileges to your machine.
If you’re new to the world of Linux, you may find yourself wondering how to free up disk space. Read on to learn about one of the quickest ways to free up disk space in Linux: using du and some basic terminal commands.
Regolith can run as a standalone operating system or on top of a Ubuntu installation. Here we show how to install Regolith on Ubuntu for a pre-configured i3 experience.
Using an iPhone as an external Ubuntu drive used to be tricky, but that situation has changed. Here’s how to mount your iPhone on Ubuntu.
Manage multiple PDF files by learning how to merge PDF files on both Windows and Linux. PDFtk is the perfect tool and does more the merging.
Sharing files between Windows and Linux can be difficult but not impossible. Here is how you can mount a Windows Share folder in Linux.
There’s been an upsurge in the number of users switching from Windows to Linux. Here are the reasons to make that switch from Windows to Linux.
We no longer have to write down all our passwords in a log. This article takes a look at some of the best password managers for Linux.
With the implementation of the Chromium engine on Microsoft Edge, learn in this guide how to install Microsoft Edge on various Linux distros.
If you are using Gnome desktop, there are plenty of custom themes you can install. Here are some of the best Gnome Shell themes to check out.
It’s possible to have multiple users connected to a Linux computer at the same time. Learn how to list logged in users on Linux.
Here we list five of the best Linus distros for developers and programmers, including Ubuntu, Fedora, Debian, Arch Linux, and Manjaro.
Learn how to set up SSH key pairs on Linux and use the ssh-copy-id command to copy the keys to your remote hosts.
Using Ubuntu and having issues with the Software Center? Try these fixes to help with the Ubuntu Software Center not working issue.
Learn how to stress test your graphics card on Linux with any of these useful tools, such as GL Mark 2, GpuTest, Unigine Benchmark and more.
Solus OS is a fresh take on Linux with a message: less is more. No hassling with settings. Everything is taken care of for you ahead of time.
Learn how to enable the Caps lock key indicator in Ubuntu with the help of the Lock-Keys and Keyboard Modifiers Status Gnome extensions.
Is Ubuntu freezing in VirtualBox? Learn how to troubleshoot it to figure out what’s causing the problem and how to fix it.
Learn how to send email from the Linux terminal using various tools , like mail, sendmail, telnet and mutt, and add attachment to your mail too.
Have you ever had the file in use error? Learn how to use the lsof command in Linux to view open files and the processes using them.
If you want to save space on your disk, you can compress your files and directories to save some. Learn how to use the zstd tool.
Ubuntu’s recovery mode provides great options to fix a broken system. Learn how to boot into recovery mode in Ubuntu and other distros.
WSL runs inside Windows like an application, so forgotten passwords are handled differently. Learn here how to reset a WSL user password.
Linux has been around for almost 30 years. Check out a brief history of various Linux distros, highlighting the most popular options.
Do you use SSH to connect to your server? Learn how to identify active SSH connections and prevent unauthorized access to your server.
Sometimes you can’t edit files because of the “Permission denied” error. Learn how to recursively change file permissions in Linux.
If you want to test Ubuntu or install it on your system, you can use a USB drive. Learn how to create a bootable Ubuntu USB in Windows.
Discover how to build Linux packages from source and add custom modifications using your Linux distro’s package manager.
Your server type is important, and things have moved on from Apache-only setups. This post will compare NGINX vs. OpenLiteSpeed!
Linux printing can be a bit of a challenge. Learn how to use the lp command in Linux to print documents from the terminal.
If you add new PPA, you will often encounter the “repository does not have a release file” error. Here is how you can fix it in Ubuntu.
When your ignored files still appear in your Git commit staging area, you will need to clear your Git cache. Here is how you can do so.
There are several gaming-centered Linux distros that offer great gaming support in Linux. Check out the best Linux distros for gaming here.
Vim is well-known for being hard to use. This guide will show you how to comment multiple lines on Vim so that you can be more productive.
Git is a powerful tool for tracking and collaboration. Learn how to use git config to set up your git environment, username and email.
Nmap is a powerful networking scanner. However, it requires root privileges to perform basic functions. Learn how to run Nmap without root.
The ps command can be used to find the misbehaving processes and help you to kill them. Here is how to make use of the ps command in Linux.
On Linux, each file is associated with an owner and group owner. Learn how you can change file ownership with the chown command in Linux.