Deleting Files and Directories in Linux: Step-by-Step Instructions
Deleting files on a Linux system is a fundamental task that every user should know how to perform efficiently and safely. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced Linux user, this comprehensive guide will walk you through various methods and commands to delete files, directories, and even recoverable data. So, grab your terminal and get ready to master the art of file deletion on Linux.
Oh Snap... Desktop Ubuntu Core to arrive in 2024
Changes are happening in Fedora and openSUSE immutable distros, too Initially leaked in a forum comment, it has been confirmed in a blog post: Canonical will soon snappily jump aboard the immutable distro bandwagon.…
How to Install and Set Up Elasticsearch on Debian 11
Elasticsearch is a distributed, free and open search and analytics engine for all types of data, including textual, numerical, geospatial, structured, and unstructured. Since its initial release in 2010, Elasticsearch, built on Apache Lucene, has become the most popular search engine commonly used for log analytics, full-text search, etc. In this article, we will show you how to install and set up Elasticsearch on Debian 11.
How to Comment Multiple Lines in Vim Editor
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.
Armbian and DietPi May-June news
Armbian launched in May their latest Linux distribution “Armbian 23.05 Suni” with various updates for the Debian community. Similarly, DietPi v8.18 has provided enhancements for the Quartz64 SBC and PiHole support for the RISC-V architecture. Armbian: Armbian is an open-source OS based on Linux designed specifically for ARM-based single-board computers (SBCs). It provides a lightweight […]
Spend to save?
When Open Source Linux might be better with a price tag. Webinar These days there's such a big choice of community-supported Linux operating system distributions around, it sometimes seems like a mystery why anyone would pay to use them.…
Install Google Web Designer on Ubuntu 22.04 or 20.04 LTS Linux
Discover the comprehensive guide on installing Google Web Designer effortlessly on your Ubuntu 22.04 or 20.04 LTS Linux system and unleash your creativity in web design.
Firefox 115 Beta Brings Cookie Banner Reduction, Quick Actions in Address Bar
Now that Mozilla officially released the Firefox 114 web browser earlier today, which will be coming soon to the stable software repositories of your favorite GNU/Linux distributions, it’s time to take a closer look at the next major release, Firefox 115, which entered public beta testing today.
How to Install Latest Kernel in Ubuntu, Linux Mint
A simple tutorial to demonstrate how to install the latest mainline Linux kernel to Ubuntu and Linux Mint current versions.
Install Google Earth on Ubuntu 22.04 or 20.04: Complete Guide
Learn the step-by-step process to easily install Google Earth on your Ubuntu 22.04 or 20.04 LTS Linux system and explore the world in stunning detail on your desktop.
Debian 12 'Bookworm' is the excitement-free Linux you've been waiting for
If Ubuntu is getting you down, check out its grandad. Debian 12 "Bookworm" should arrive in a little over a week from now, with a raft of updated components – and no nasty surprises.…
The June 2023 Issue of the PCLinuxOS Magazine
The PCLinuxOS Magazine staff is pleased to announce the release of the June 2023 issue.
IBM’s War on Open (Look at the Pattern of Layoffs at Red Hat)
By abandoning OpenSource.com and OpenOffice.org/LibreOffice IBM sends out a clear signal that it doesn’t understand or simply does not care about the community of Free software users; its siege against the FSF and other institutions never ended and today we look at who’s being laid off or shown the door (the work environment is intentionally being made worse)
Resonance – Rust-based music player
Resonance is an example of a project that’s in a very early stage of development. This is an intuitive music player application written in Rust (with a smattering of Python), built with a clean user interface using GTK4 / Libadwaita.
4 cool new projects to try in COPR for June 2023
Copr is a build-system for anyone in the Fedora community. It hosts thousands of projects for various purposes and audiences. Some of them should never be installed by anyone, some are already being transitioned to the official Fedora Linux repositories, and the rest is somewhere in between. Copr gives you the opportunity to install 3rd party […]
9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: June 4th, 2023
The 140th installment of the 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup is here for the week ending on June 4th, 2023, keeping you guys up to date with the most important things happening in the Linux world.
Variscite teases i.MX 91 based System-on-Module with GbE support
This week, Variscite revealed at Computer that they will soon release a low-cost System-on-Module based on the latest NXP i.MX 91 processor optimized for Linux-based applications. According to the press release, the new VAR-SOM-MX91 will be featured in a similar form-factor as other Variscite products from the VAR-SOM Pin2Pin family (i.e. VAR-SOM-MX93). This will allow […]
How to change Directory in Linux using cd command
The cd command is a crucial tool for accessing the file system by altering the current working directory when using the Linux command line interface. You can navigate between directories and access files and directories on your Linux system by learning how to use the cd command. We’ll go through how to use the cd command correctly in this post and examine all of its features.
Firefox 114 Released with Revamped DNS over HTTPS Feature, Cookie Banner Reduction
The Firefox 114 is now available for download ahead of its official unveiling on June 6th, 2023, as another worthy update for this popular open-source web browser used by numerous GNU/Linux distributions by default.
EndeavourOS Released a Refreshed Cassini Nova R2 ISO
EndeavourOS Cassini Nova R2 brings Calamares bugfixes, Linux kernel 6.3, and an updated package base. The Galileo release is on the horizon.
Axiomtek unveils dev kit for NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX SoM
Last month, Axiomtek launched a palm-sized AI developer kit compatible with the NVIDIA platform to deliver up to 21 TOPs of AI computing performance and reduce product development time. As mentioned above, the AIE110-XNX is built around the powerful NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX SoM with the following features: NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX: CPU – 6-core […]
PiBeam is an IR transceiver based on the Raspberry Pi RP2040 MCU
Kickstarter recently featured a compact USB infrared transceiver based on the Raspberry Pi RP2040 microcontroller. The PiBeam can be used to remotely control electronics such as laptops, TVs, etc. or it can be used as a Python-based learning platform. The PiBeam from SB Components seems to be very similar to their HackyPi launched earlier this […]
Install Windows 11 as KVM Guest in Fedora 38 WKS using virt-manager
Brief instruction for setting up Virt-manager to perform straightforward installation of Windows 11 KVM Guest on Fedora 38 Workstation under 6.3.4 kernel.
How to Enable Wayland for Hybrid NVIDIA Graphics on Fedora Linux 38 Workstation
A recent upgrade to Fedora Linux 38 apparently disabled Wayland for my hybrid NVIDIA graphics machine, so here’s a quick tutorial on how to enable Wayland and also bring back the GNOME on Xorg option on the login screen.
How to Install Nextcloud with Docker: A Step-by-Step Guide
Learn how to set up Nextcloud effortlessly using Docker Compose. Get step-by-step instructions to host your private cloud server today!
Milk-V Duo is a $9.00 RISC-V tiny embedded computer
The Milk-V Duo is a small RISC-V embedded platform capable of running Linux and RTOS. The low-cost device features up to 26x GPIOs, optional 10/100Mbps Ethernet support and integrated with a H.264/H.265 video compression encoder and ISP. The product page indicates that his Milk-V Duo is based on the SOPHGO CVITEK CV1800B (C906 @1Ghz + […]
GNOME Shell 44.2 Improves Built-In Screen Recorder, Bluetooth Menu, and More
After releasing the GNOME 44.2 desktop environment earlier this week, the GNOME Project now also released updates for the most important components in GNOME, the Mutter 44.2 window and composite manager, as well as GNOME Shell 44.2.
Installing Wireshark on Ubuntu 22.04 or 20.04: A Step-by-Step Guide
Learn how to install Wireshark on Ubuntu 22.04 or 20.04 using either Ubuntu's official repository or the Wireshark developers team PPA. Follow our step-by-step guide to set up Wireshark effortlessly on your Ubuntu system and start capturing and analyzing network traffic.
TUXEDO Gemini Linux Laptops Get Raptor Lake CPUs, NVIDIA RTX 4070 GPUs
German-based Linux hardware vendor TUXEDO Computers announced today the availability for pre-order of the second generation of the TUXEDO Gemini allrounder and high-performance Linux laptops.
How to Install a Load Balancing MySQL Server with ProxySQL on Debian 11
ProxySQL is a high-performance MySQL proxy with a small footprint that can be installed in multiple environments such as VM, K8s, bare-metal, and Docker containers. In this guide, you will install and set up load balancing of MySQL Cluster via ProxySQL on a Debian 11 server.
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