If you need to process text based on certain conditions, awk will almost always get the job done quickly. Here’s how to get started.
Installing Windows games on Linux has always been a tricky endeavor. Winepak changes all that.
Some prior facts about Chromebook and Chrome OS are no longer true today.
Despite high transmission speed and powerful hardware, your Linux computer is still running slow these days. Here are some of the causes for your slow running Linux computer.
Looking to get away from Github? Gitlab is a great self-hosted alternative.
Learn how to make Firefox blend in with your Linux desktop.
The original Playstation was undoubtedly a great game console. It was the first console to bring disk-based games to the mainstream, and it was home to a whole host of now classic games, spawning more than a few legendary franchises. The day of the PS1 has long passed, but the games are still great, and the options to play them now are unfortunately limited. However, there is hope with emulators. For Linux systems like Ubuntu, one of the best emulators is PCSXR, and it’s available right from the default Ubuntu repositories.
Monitoring your laptop’s battery is important. Explore these ways to manage your battery in Linux.
Gaming is not the forte of Linux, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy great games. Here are some awesome open-source Linux games you should try.
Many people today are using assistant software in their homes and offices to help with everyday tasks. There are many different models to purchase, but did you know you can build your own? Amazon Developer allows you to use the Alexa software to create your own Amazon Echo with Raspberry Pi.
When rooting your Android device, tools like Magisk allow you to easily gain complete control over your Android device without the need for complicated hacks.
On Ubuntu, there are several ways to escape crashes and recover from them when they occur. Find out how to save your Ubuntu computer when the unexpected strikes.
An issue often faced by Ubuntu users after upgrading to a new version is the “no-sound” problem. Luckily, it’s a pretty easy problem to resolve.
PPAs are convenient software repositories that make the lives of Ubuntu users much easier. Learn how they work.
The Advanced Linux Sound Architecture (ALSA) provides Linux computers with audio support. Popular distros such as Ubuntu and Arch Linux run it by default, so there’s a good chance you’re using it right now to play music through your speakers or headphones. In this article we’ll show you two ways to adjust the volume of that playback by using the Alsamixer and Amixer utilities.
Nohup is a great tool that lets you run a process in the background of a Linux system without being interrupted. It keeps the process running, making it perfect for long scripts.
As Systemd timers begin to replace crons dominance, this article presents the basics of setting up your own systemd timer and making sure it’s running properly on your system.
Vim is more a code editor, but with a few tweaks, you can write documents like you’re in MS Word. Here’s how you can turn Vim into a Word processor.
This article will discuss how you can create your own Linux VPN and use OpenVPN to create a secure connection between a client and server on a Linux machine.
Adobe’s suite of Creative Cloud apps have not been ported to Linux officially despite incessant requests from Linux users. Find out how you can install Adobe CC on Linux without all the hassle.