This chapter of Linux Jargon Buster explains common terms like GUI (Graphical User Interface), CLI (Command Line Interface) and TUI (Terminal User Interface).
With apt-cache command, you can search for package details in the local APT cache. Learn to use apt-cache command in this tutorial.
A beginner tutorial showing various ways to clear the Linux terminal screen and wiping out the command output history.
Recording Industry Association of America, Inc. (RIAA) sent a notice to GitHub for hosting youtube-dl source code. Microsoft’s GitHub took immediate action to disable the repositories. But was it the right thing to do?
Ubuntu 20.10 is available now. Are you excited about the new feature it brings? Here we take a look at 11 new features you’ll find in Ubuntu 20.10.
Timekpr-nExt lets you limit the computer usage for certain accounts on a Linux system. A handy utility for parents who do not want children to spend excessive time on the computer.
After being open sourced, the famed Windows Calculator is now unofficially available on Linux in the form of Uno Calculator. Here’s how to install Windows Calculator on Linux.
Love Firefox? You’ll love it even more if you start using these awesome features in Firefox and make your browsing experience even more awesome.
If you are stuck to the Linux terminal, say on a server, how do you download a file from the terminal? Here are some commands to download files and webpages in Linux terminal.
In this chapter of the Linux Jargon Buster, you’ll learn about display manager in Linux. Is it part of the desktop environment? What does it do?