How to Install Zoom on Linux

How to Install Zoom on Linux

If you’ve been wondering whether you can install Zoom on Linux, we answer that here, showing how to install Zoom on Linux distributions.

By Michael Travis Rose -
How to Delete a Directory in Linux

How to Delete a Directory in Linux

It’s important to understand how to manage directories in your OS. If you’re new to Linux, this article shows how to delete a directory.

By Miguel Leiva-Gomez -
15 of the Best Linux Games in 2021

15 of the Best Linux Games in 2021

Gaming is not the forte of Linux, but there are still plenty of great games around. Here are the best Linux games for you to enjoy.

By Robert Zak -
4 Ways to Hide Desktop Icons in Ubuntu

4 Ways to Hide Desktop Icons in Ubuntu

If you want everything removed from your Ubuntu desktop, including the desktop icons, learn how you can hide desktop icons in Ubuntu.

By Crystal Crowder -
8 Useful and Interesting Bash Prompts

8 Useful and Interesting Bash Prompts

This article shows you a number of useful and interesting Bash prompts with examples as well as some further instruction on working with them.

By Tom Rankin -
How to Reset the Root Password in Linux

How to Reset the Root Password in Linux

This guide shows how to easily reset your root password in Linux so that you don’t lose all administrative privileges to your machine.

By Miguel Leiva-Gomez -
Using du to Free Up Disk Space in Linux

Using du to Free Up Disk Space in Linux

If you’re new to the world of Linux, you may find yourself wondering how to free up disk space. Read on to learn about one of the quickest ways to free up disk space in Linux: using du and some basic terminal commands.

By Sasha Mortimer -
How to Convert Ubuntu Into Regolith Linux

How to Convert Ubuntu Into Regolith Linux

Regolith can run as a standalone operating system or on top of a Ubuntu installation. Here we show how to install Regolith on Ubuntu for a pre-configured i3 experience.

By Sasha Mortimer -
8 Reasons to Switch from Windows to Linux

8 Reasons to Switch from Windows to Linux

There’s been an upsurge in the number of users switching from Windows to Linux. Here are the reasons to make that switch from Windows to Linux.

By Miguel Leiva-Gomez -
How to Install Microsoft Edge on Linux

How to Install Microsoft Edge on Linux

With the implementation of the Chromium engine on Microsoft Edge, learn in this guide how to install Microsoft Edge on various Linux distros.

By John Wachira -
7 Great-Looking Gnome Shell Themes

7 Great-Looking Gnome Shell Themes

If you are using Gnome desktop, there are plenty of custom themes you can install. Here are some of the best Gnome Shell themes to check out.

By John Wachira -
How to Set Up and Use SSH in Linux

How to Set Up and Use SSH in Linux

Learn how to set up SSH key pairs on Linux and use the ssh-copy-id command to copy the keys to your remote hosts.

By John Wachira -
How to Send Email From the Linux Terminal

How to Send Email From the Linux Terminal

Learn how to send email from the Linux terminal using various tools , like mail, sendmail, telnet and mutt, and add attachment to your mail too.

By John Wachira -
How to Reset a WSL User Password

How to Reset a WSL User Password

WSL runs inside Windows like an application, so forgotten passwords are handled differently. Learn here how to reset a WSL user password.

By John Wachira -
The History of Various Linux Distros

The History of Various Linux Distros

Linux has been around for almost 30 years. Check out a brief history of various Linux distros, highlighting the most popular options.

By Crystal Crowder -
How to Clear Git Cache

How to Clear Git Cache

When your ignored files still appear in your Git commit staging area, you will need to clear your Git cache. Here is how you can do so.

By John Wachira -
The 6 Best Linux Distros for Gaming

The 6 Best Linux Distros for Gaming

There are several gaming-centered Linux distros that offer great gaming support in Linux. Check out the best Linux distros for gaming here.

By John Wachira -
How to Run Nmap without Root or Sudo

How to Run Nmap without Root or Sudo

Nmap is a powerful networking scanner. However, it requires root privileges to perform basic functions. Learn how to run Nmap without root.

By John Wachira -