There are so many amusing and fun stuff you can do in the terminal. Making and presenting slides is just one of them.
Drawing is a basic image editor like Microsoft Paint. With this open source application, you can draw arrows, lines, geometrical shapes, add colors and other stuff you expect to do in a regular drawing application.
In this part of Linux jargon buster, learn about the FOSS principles. Learn what is FOSS, what is open source and why you should care about it.
Material Shell GNOME extension turns your regular GNOME desktop into a preconfigured tiling window manager and thus giving you an intuitive interface.
What is rolling release? What is a rolling release distribution? How is it different from the point release distributions? All your questions answered in this jargon buster article.
Ubuntu complaining that release file for the repository was invalid for a certain time period? Here’s how to tackle this error.
Wondering about updating Firefox on Ubuntu? Here’s everything you need to know.
Google announced a new organization named Open Usage Commons to manage trademark for Open Source projects. The project has created some controversy.
Running two or more commands in one line can save you a good deal of time and help you become more efficient and productive in Linux. Learn how to run multiple commands in one line in Linux.
Your Linux system is taking too long to shut down? Here are the steps you can take to find out what is causing the delayed shutdown and fix the issue.