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smxi is an interactive console script that helps you maintain your Debian installation. You can use it to install upgrades, install graphics drivers, upgrade kernels and much more.
An interesting GUI front-end to manage and find AppImage applications, let us find out more about it!
Bill shares his re-experience with Common Desktop Environment (CDE), the de-facto standard windowing environment on UNIX systems in the 90s.
Seeing repository configured multiple times error while updating your system with apt update command? Here’s what you can do about it.
Learn how to control GNOME file search option. You’ll learn to hide or add specific folders from the search results or disable file search altogether.
inxi is a handy script that provides you with the system hardware and software information about the Linux system it is executed on. Learn more about using it.
Fly-Pie is a unique menu launcher for GNOME that makes several actions accessible for a mouse-centric user.
Here’s a list of the best open-source word processors for Linux to make your life easier without Microsoft Office Word.
You must have heard about the term “TTY” when it comes to Linux and UNIX. But, what is it actually? This article explains the essentials.