In this tutorial, we'll install some of the most popular desktop environments on a server running Ubuntu 20.04 for the cases where you do need a GUI to get your work done.
W3Techs announced that after many years of steady growth in market share, Nginx is now the most popular web server in the world.
Ansible is open-source, provisioning and configuration management software that automates repetitive tasks. Learn how to use it here.
This tutorial explains Reflector and how to retrieve the latest mirror list in Arch Linux using Reflector.
In this video, I'll go over the basics of LXD. You'll learn how to set it up and launch containers. For this particular video, we'll focus on LXC commands.
KDE Gear 21.04.2 is here and it's packed full of bug fixes and improvements for your favorite KDE applications.
Linux ships with many GNU utilities to make the command-line easy. Let's look at 8 tips to help you speed up your command-line experience like a pro.
LibreOffice 7.1.4 comes about five weeks after the LibreOffice 7.1.3 update released last month and addresses a total of 79 issues across all core components.
This article shows you how you can install the Go language (compiler and build tools) on an Ubuntu 20.04 system.
Django is a free, open-source, Python-based web application framework. Learn how to install it on CentOS 7.
Signal is a cross-platform messaging and video calling application. This article will talk about the installation procedure of the Signal messenger desktop version on a Linux Mint 20 system.
This brief guide explains the definition of a runlevel, how many runlevels there are in Linux, and how to check the runlevel in Linux operating systems.
Redis gained very high popularity as a cache. It is fast and easy to use. Let us show you why you should use Redis as a cache.
Modoboa is an open-source mail server hosting and management platform for Linux. Learn to install on Debian 10 servers here.
This tutorial shows how to install the Glances system monitoring tool on Ubuntu and CentOS, and how to use it to monitor Linux system metrics locally and over a network connection.
Learn more about the major bug fixes that come with the Krita 4.4.5 release, the last release before Krita 5.0.
Learn to access ssh sessions securely with the help of public/private keys authentication aka passwordless ssh setup.