LinuxUprising: MangoHud is a modification of the Mesa Vulkan overlay that includes GUI improvements, temperature (GPU and CPU) reporting, and optional logging
9to5Linux: New features in the Tails 4.3 release include a command-line utility that lets users manage their Trezor cryptocurrencies.
There are three tools that are the foundation of all network troubleshooting in Linux.
ostechnix: Uptimed is a command line utility used to record and keep track of a Linux system uptime.
Four months in development, the KDE Plasma 5.18 release is the second LTS (Long Term Support) for the popular Linux desktop environment
It is useful to know which ports are open and running services on a target machine before using them.
This quick tutorial shows the steps for disabling swap in Linux.
Learn how to Extend EBS Boot Disk of EC2 Instance without Reboot in AWS.
Linuxize: The if control statement is one of the most basic and well-known statements that is used to execute code based on a certain condition.
omgUBUNTU: yeah Unicode matters - alot.
FOSSforce: Reglue, which refurbishes used computers and installs Linux on them for use by school students who can't afford computers, has to move to new digs.
ZDnet: In what may prove to be the biggest migration from Windows to the Linux desktop, the South Korean government is looking into shifting from Windows 7 to a trio of Linux desktops.
OpenShot 2.5 is here two and a half years after the OpenShot 2.4 release
9to5Linux: Almost a year in development, the MATE 1.24 desktop environment introduces the ability for users to hide certain applications during startup
OpenSMTPD recently had a critical remote code execution vulnerability.
dutree is a command line tool to analyze disk usage.
Learn about the uniq command to print or remove adjacent duplicated lines.
itsFOSS: Ubuntu Restricted Extras is a single package that allows you to install all the essential media codecs
9to5Linux: Kicked off in October 2019, the development cycle of the GNOME 3.36 desktop environment is nearing its end
itWIRE: The head of security firm Open Source Security, Brad Spengler, says he had little option but to file a lawsuit against open source advocate Bruce Perens