Skype is one of the most popular communication applications in the world that allows you to make free online audio and video calls, and affordable international calling to mobiles and landlines worldwide.
Configuring a network connection from a Linux machine can be challenging. Fortunately, many new Linux distributions come with some type of network management tool that can help you automatically connect to a wireless network.
Minecraft is still a popular game these days. The simplicity of its graphics had an appeal on gamers of all ages and there are many hundreds of thousands of players worldwide, most of them playing on online servers. But did you know you can create your own Minecraft server using RedHat Enterprise Linux 8? Here is a how to teaching you exactly how to do it.
The Arduino IDE is used for writing, compiling and uploading code in Arduino hardware. In this article, we will walk through the steps for installing the Arduino IDE on Ubuntu.
Valve put out a brand new Steam Client Beta yesterday and it sounds like a pretty good one, with Linux issues getting some more attention.
By design, NVMe drives are intended to provide local access to the
machines they are plugged in to; however, the NVMe over Fabric
specification seeks to address this very limitation by enabling remote
network access to that same device. This article puts into practice what you learned in Part I and shows how to use NVMe drives in a Linux environment.
Nice sunny day, hello Linux readers! I’m glad to have you back here as I ramble about the goods and the bads of these two markdown editors: UberWriter and Mark Text. If you haven’t tried both of them, great! This article can help you a bit as you read on to discover what makes each editor unique and special. Both of them are great and I’ve used each of these two editors in turn for some time as my primary way of drafting articles for this website.
The debate over whether KDE or GNOME is the better Linux desktop has been going on since before the turn of the century. Actually, it boils down to choice and what works best for you.
PhpIPAM is a free, open source and best Internet Protocol (IP) address management software tool written in the PHP language. In this tutorial, we will explain how to install PhpIPAM on Ubuntu 18.04 server.
?If you have the time, you can read this article else you can do something else. Sounds logical, doesn’t it? Well, That’s programming for you in a nutshell. Programming is all about writing code that will give different outputs depending upon the state of various variables at the moment.
2DayGeek: Learn how to map ASM disks against physical disks and LUNs in Linux.
Taking the plunge from easy and familiar proprietary tools we use every day to unknown and open source tools can be a challenge. When do you find the time to do the research to choose the right option for you? How do you choose? What will be daily repercussions be? Will the positive outweigh the negative?
LinuxTechNews: Find out the CentOS 8 roadmap details.
News briefs for May 20, 2019.
In this article, we will describe three ways for you to reboot your Ubuntu system through the command line using the reboot command, the shutdown command, and the init command. We have run the commands and procedures mentioned in this article on a Ubuntu 18.04 LTS system.
In Part 1 of this series, I introduced GNOME Boxes, an open source virtualization tool maintained by the GNOME Project as part of its GNOME Desktop Environment. The GNOME Project describes Boxes as: "A simple GNOME application to view, access, and manage remote and virtual systems."
Lua is a lightweight, small, compact, and fast programming language designed as an embeddable scripting language.
In addition to providing an operating system, the Fedora Project provides numerous services for users and developers. Services such as Ask Fedora, the Fedora Project Wiki and the Fedora Project Mailing Lists provide users with valuable resources for learning how to best take advantage of Fedora. For developers of Fedora, there are many other services […]
New World Interactive held a Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) earlier this week for Insurgency: Sandstorm and naturally there was a question about the upcoming Linux version which they answered.
Pop!_OS 19.04 is the latest release of Pop!_OS, based on Ubuntu 19.04 and use GNOME 3.32 as default desktop environment that brings several other features like new icon theme, fractional scaling, permission control for each application, granular control on Night Light intensity among many other changes. Also, include most of the gnome applications 3.32.
Zettlr is an open source markdown editor with features that help writers and researchers. Read and see if Zettlr can be your next favorite application.
A fun little article about how to display a custom login banner or motd in the Linux terminal.
I've been a fan of virtualization technology for many years, using many different products along the way. Virtualization has advantages for both the data center and the desktop: data centers use it to increase server hardware utilization, while desktop users use it for modeling, testing, and development work. One operating system running on top of a different one on the same hardware, all thanks to the concept of a virtual machine (VM).
We’re closing in on the midway point of 2019 so let’s slow down for a moment, take a step back and look at some of the top games released with Linux support so far this year.
Memcached is a free and open-source high-performance in-memory key-value data store. It is mainly used as a caching system to speed up applications by caching various objects from the results of database calls. In this tutorial, we will explain how to install and configure Memcached on CentOS 7.
here is a look at the new features to find with the Linux 5.2 kernel and the many other changes.
Support for Windows 7 will end in January 2020. Microsoft probably hopes the moribund operating system's users will switch to Windows 10, but the South Korean government plans to switch its machines over to a Linux distribution instead, according to a May 17 report from The Korea Herald.
Microsoft's hatred of all things GNU/Linux is always put to the test when someone 'dares' use it outside Microsoft's control and cash cows (e.g. Azure and Vista 10/WSL); will Microsoft combat its longstanding urge to corrupt or oust officials with the courage to say "no" to Microsoft?
Do you have a non-development career in technology? Do you ever ask yourself if it would be worth the time to learn to code? If so, rest assured; the answer is absolutely YES! But what do you have to gain by learning a programming language or two?
Giving a kid their very own first computer is one of the greatest feelings I can imagine. However, insuring that said recipient will use that computer productively is another whole line of code. Every machine we place is Linux-powered so that kid has an advantage from the beginning. How do we compete with the likes of Facebook and Instagram? Snapchat and Twitter? We've learned how to make STEM topics fun. Here's how we did it.
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