Desktop Linux

Ubuntu startup applications

How to Show Hidden Ubuntu Startup Applications

Today, I’m going to explain how to show the hidden Ubuntu startup applications. First, enter startup in the Dash and…

UEFI

Explaining UEFI Firmware for Linux Users

Today let’s take a loot at the firmware of our computer. Specifically, we will focus on BIOS and UEFI. UEFI…

zypper

Introduction to Zypper Package manager For OpenSUSE and SLE

Zypper is the command line package manager on openSUSE and SLE. It’s also a repository manager, having the capability of…

variety wallpaper

Install Variety Wallpaper Changer on Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora, Archlinux

In a previous post, I showed you how to install and configure Variety Wallpaper on OpenSUSE Leap. You may want…

zypper

Make OpenSUSE Beautiful: Install Variety Wallpaper Changer

The Gnome edition of OpenSUSE Leap is not very eye-catching. Let’s start making it beautiful. Today we are going to…

fcitx input method

Install Chinese Fcitx Input method on OpenSUSE Leap 42.1 Gnome

Fcitx is one of the two main Chinese input method framework on Linux. Compared to Ibus, it takes less steps…

Boot ISO Files From GRUB2 Boot Loader

How to Boot ISO Files From GRUB2 Boot Loader

This tutorial will be showing you how to boot ISO files stored on your hard drive with the GRUB2 boot…

duplicate sources.list entry

Duplicate sources.list entry Warning after apt-get update

Today I got a duplicate sources.list entry warning when update local package index using apt-get update. As you can see…

Chromium and Google Chrome

Configure Proxy for Chromium and Google Chrome From Command Line on Linux

In this tutorial, I will show you how to configure proxy settings of Chromium and Google Chrome browser from the…

Install Google Chrome on openSUSE

How To Install Google Chrome On OpenSUSE Leap

In this tutorial, I will show you how to install Google Chrome on OpenSUSE Leap 42.1 and 42.2. We will…

Bracket Text Editor

Install Bracket Text Editor On Ubuntu Using PPA

Brackets, led by a team from Adobe,  is an open source text editor for web developers to edit HTML, CSS…

Cordbird

How to Install CoreBird Twitter Client on Ubuntu the Easy Way

Corebird is an open source Twitter client for Linux. It provides a way more faster experience of using Twitter than…

BitTorrent Sync

How to Install and Use BitTorrent Sync on Linux to Sync Your Files

Hey, what’s up buddy? This tutorial is on using BitTorrent Sync in Linux. BitTorrent Sync is one of the most…

timedatectl

How to Configure Time Zone and System Clock in Linux

In this tutorial, we will look at how to change your time zone settings in Linux and how to use…

Install Google Chrome on Debian

How to Install Google Chrome on Debian the Easy Way

In this tutorial, I will show you how to install Google Chrome browser on Debian. It’s very easy to do.…

Install Chinese Fcitx Wbpy Input Method on Debian 8 Gnome Desktop

In this tutorial, I will show you how to install Chinese Fcitx wbpy input method on Debian 8 Gnome Desktop.…

sudo on debian

How to Use Sudo On Debian

When installing Debian on your system, the installer creates two user accounts: root and a standard account. By default, the…

KVM

How to Install KVM and Create Virtual Machines on Ubuntu Desktop

In this tutorial, I will show you how to install KVM and create a virtual machine on Ubuntu desktop. There…

Install Telegram Messenger on Debian

2 Ways to Install Telegram Messenger on Debian 8

Telegram is an instant messaging application that focus on user’s privacy and data encryption. You can send picutures, videos and…

tails linux

How To Run Tails Linux Inside Virtualbox

Tails Linux, or just Tails, is a live operating system based on Debian designed to protect your privacy and anonymity. …