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5 Best Linux Phones to Watch Out for in 2023

Monday 12th of December 2022 07:19:49 AM

Here’s a list of the best Linux Phones which may become more mainstream in 2023 with their features and price. Android and iOS smartphones are the most popular ones around the world. However, many of you look for something more “open” and better at privacy. If you use Android, you forfeit your privacy. Apple’s iOS...

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Linux Kernel 6.1 is out with Initial Rust Support. This is What’s New

Monday 12th of December 2022 04:34:01 AM

A new Linux Kernel 6.1 arrived with the modern Rust language initial structure. Linus Torvalds released Linux Kernel 6.1 on Dec 11, 2022, as the final mainline Kernel release of 2022. For many reasons, this release is important. Perhaps the most important one is the initial Rust language support in mainline Kernel for better security...

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How to Enable Sync and Vertical Tabs in Edge for Linux

Sunday 11th of December 2022 03:30:00 PM

Edge for Linux Brings Sync and Vertical Tabs. Here’s how to Enable it. The Edge dev team enabled the Sync, Sign-in, and Vertical tabs in the Linux build of the Edge browser. Microsoft’s Chromium-based web browser Edge-stable has been available for Linux for quite some time now. The Linux build is slightly different from the...

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How to Install Google Chrome Extensions in Microsoft Edge Browser on Linux

Sunday 11th of December 2022 03:13:00 PM

In this quick guide, I will walk you through the steps to Install Google Chrome Extensions in Microsoft Edge Browser. Microsoft announced its latest browser a couple of years back – Microsoft Edge for Ubuntu and other Linux as a preview. Edge is based on the open-source Chromium project. And Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge...

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How to Install Microsoft Edge Browser in Ubuntu and Other Linux

Sunday 11th of December 2022 03:10:00 PM

This guide explains the steps required to install Microsoft Edge Browser in Ubuntu and Other Linux. We explain both graphical and CLI – command line methods. Microsoft’s new Edge browser is available for Linux distributions as a stable release. Microsoft Edge Linux version was released on October 23, 2020. And it is stable at the...

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VirtualBox User ID and Password for Unattended Installation

Thursday 8th of December 2022 06:09:11 PM

Here’s the VirtualBox default user id and password, and how to enable and disable unattended installation. The Oracle team completely changed the VirtualBox VM creation user interface from the VirtualBox 7.0 release. The multi-screen wizard is replaced by one single screen (here’s a tutorial showing the new screens). Most of the options remain the same....

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Mouse cursor is not visible in Fedora and Wayland [Fixed]

Thursday 8th of December 2022 04:11:42 PM

Is your mouse cursor not visible in Wayland sessions in Fedora or Ubuntu? This is how you can fix it. Many users have reported a recent issue over the web, which caused your mouse cursor to become invisible in the Wayland session. I personally also got this error in the latest Fedora 37 workstation with...

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Kumandar Linux: Lightweight Debian & Xfce Spin with Windows 7 Look

Thursday 8th of December 2022 01:09:57 PM

A new Linux distribution Kumandar Linux is under development (Alpha stage), and it makes switching to Linux easier with a default Windows 7 look. Kumandar Linux is a new Linux distribution in the making coming from the Philippines. It is developed by Roy Hoejgaard and is currently in the Alpha stage. The name is a...

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How to Install Ubuntu in VirtualBox [Tutorial]

Thursday 8th of December 2022 04:31:00 AM

A simple beginner’s tutorial on how to install Ubuntu in Oracle VirtualBox. VirtualBox is software which allows you to try out several operating systems (Linux, Windows, BSD and so on) in your current Laptop/Desktop without actually installing them in hardware. There are many software available such as virt-manager or GNOME Boxes. And VirtualBox is among...

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Enable Firefox Translation Locally to Translate Web Pages

Wednesday 7th of December 2022 12:00:00 PM

You can natively get the Firefox Translation feature – right at the browser window. You can easily translate it into English and other available languages. Here’s how. Firefox Translation is part of Project Bergamot, which was launched in 2019. It comes as a Firefox official extension. The entire translation happens locally in your system, unlike...

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How to Find a Process ID and Kill it in Linux [CLI & GUI]

Tuesday 6th of December 2022 06:15:43 PM

A simple tutorial demonstrates how to find a running process ID and kill it using the terminal and GUI method for various Linux distros. The running applications in your Linux system can slow down your system, especially if you have a low-end system. In Linux (plus all OS), programs or apps contain a specific PID...

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Connect to Ubuntu from Windows [Beginner’s Guide]

Tuesday 6th of December 2022 12:45:00 PM

This beginner’s guide helps you remotely connect to Ubuntu from Windows. We show you the easy steps with an example. If you work in a networked environment at your work or set up a small network at home (wired or wireless), you are often required to remotely connect to your Ubuntu machine (or any Linux...

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How to Install Microsoft Teams in Ubuntu, Fedora, and Other Linux

Tuesday 6th of December 2022 12:31:00 PM

Here are the steps to install Microsoft Teams in Ubuntu, Fedora, and other Linux distros. Most large organizations are currently using Microsoft Teams to connect their employees, teams mostly due to work-from-home situations. Microsoft Teams is a complete collaboration software that allows your employees to chat, voice call over the internet, make video calls, screen...

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Fixing Could not get lock /var/lib/dpkg/lock Error in Ubuntu

Tuesday 6th of December 2022 12:00:00 PM

We explain some steps and methods by which you can quickly fix the Could not get lock /var/lib/dpkg/lock error, which is common in Ubuntu Linux. The Backstory It happens more than you can imagine. One fine morning you boot up your shiny Ubuntu Linux and try to install something or upgrade your system. And you...

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How to Delete Background in Image Using GIMP

Tuesday 6th of December 2022 11:57:00 AM

Removing the background of an image is super easy if you know how to do it. Here in this tutorial, we will explain five different ways you can use to remove background in Image Using GIMP. There are many ways you can delete any part of an image. That can be the background of the...

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How to Install Fedora Linux in Oracle VirtualBox

Tuesday 6th of December 2022 11:56:00 AM

I will show you in this guide how easy it is to install Fedora Linux (all the latest versions) in Oracle’s VirtualBox. VirtualBox is a popular virtual machine application that helps you try out different operating systems (such as Linux and Windows) without physically installing them into your hardware. This tutorial primarily focuses on how...

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How to Install Oracle VirtualBox in Fedora Linux

Tuesday 6th of December 2022 11:55:00 AM

A simple and easy-to-follow guide on how you can install Oracle VirtualBox in Fedora Linux. VirtualBox is an Oracle application that helps you create virtual machines for any operations system. It’s a little more advanced and brings several features, such as networking, USB, NVMe support, etc., between guest and host systems. Although, there are other...

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How to Check: Xorg or Wayland Display Server?

Tuesday 6th of December 2022 11:35:00 AM

Here’s how you can quickly check whether you are running Xorg or Wayland Display Server. With every passing day, the modern Wayland display server is making its way to all Linux distributions. Although the legacy Xorg is still relevant and will stay, Wayland is undoubtedly better in security and other performance aspects. However, Xorg will...

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How to Create Ubuntu, Linux OS Bootable USB in Windows

Monday 5th of December 2022 04:55:00 PM

A short tutorial for beginners on creating a bootable USB stick in Windows with Ubuntu/Linux ISO images. A bootable Ubuntu USB is handy for multiple reasons. Suppose you are a Windows user and thinking of migrating to Linux. In that case, you can experience Ubuntu desktop/Linux desktops without hampering your PC configuration or installation using...

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Top 5 Live Streaming Applications for Ubuntu and Other Linux [2022 Edition]

Monday 5th of December 2022 04:50:00 PM

This post lists the top five live streaming applications for Ubuntu Linux with features, highlights, download details, and comparison. It is the best time to incorporate online video content for your business. Why? Because research suggests that the global online video market is growing at a rate of ~20% per year. And thanks to some...

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Red Hat Hires a Blind Software Engineer to Improve Accessibility on Linux Desktop

Accessibility on a Linux desktop is not one of the strongest points to highlight. However, GNOME, one of the best desktop environments, has managed to do better comparatively (I think). In a blog post by Christian Fredrik Schaller (Director for Desktop/Graphics, Red Hat), he mentions that they are making serious efforts to improve accessibility. Starting with Red Hat hiring Lukas Tyrychtr, who is a blind software engineer to lead the effort in improving Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and Fedora Workstation in terms of accessibility. Read more

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