Category: It’s FOSS

Using PPA in Ubuntu Linux [Complete Guide]

Using PPA in Ubuntu Linux [Complete Guide]: An in-depth article that covers almost all the questions around using PPA in Ubuntu and other Linux distributions. via It’s FOSS

How to Install Putty on Ubuntu and Other Linux…

How to Install Putty on Ubuntu and Other Linux Distributions: Free and Open Source SSH client Putty is also available for Linux users. Learn how to install Putty on Ubuntu and other Linux distributions in this tutorial. via It’s FOSS

How to Update Ubuntu Linux [Beginner’s Tip]

How to Update Ubuntu Linux [Beginner’s Tip]: This tutorial shows you how to update Ubuntu for both server and desktop versions. It also explains the difference between update and upgrade along with a few other things you should know about updates in Ubuntu Linux. via It’s FOSS

Necuno is a New Open Source Smartphone Running…

Necuno is a New Open Source Smartphone Running KDE: Finland-based open source company Necuno has announced a Linux smartphone running KDE Plasma Mobile. via It’s FOSS

ANGRYsearch – Quick Search GUI Tool for Linux

ANGRYsearch – Quick Search GUI Tool for Linux: Do an extensive file search in Linux with a GUI tool called ANGRYsearch. Learn how to install and use it. via It’s FOSS

SMPlayer: Media Player++

SMPlayer: Media Player++: Check out the versatile SMPlayer and its awesome features. Also learn how to install SMPlayer in Ubuntu and other Linux distributions. via It’s FOSS

systemd to Allow Automatic Fallback to an Olde…

systemd to Allow Automatic Fallback to an Older Kernel in Case of Boot Failure: systemd is introducing a new boot assessment feature where the system will automatically fallback to an older Linux kernel in case of boot failures. via It’s FOSS

Enable Media Player Controls in System Tray in…

Enable Media Player Controls in System Tray in Ubuntu 18.04 GNOME [Quick Tip]: GNOME desktop doesn’t include the media player controls in the system tray menu. Here’s how to get it back in Ubuntu 18.04 and other distributions using the GNOME desktop environment.

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OpenSnitch – an Application Firewall for Linux…

OpenSnitch – an Application Firewall for Linux [Review]: We review OpenSnitch, an open source alternative to Little Snitch of macOS. It lets you control internet access per application basis.

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Best ASCII Games that are Insanely Good

Best ASCII Games that are Insanely Good: Relive the golden era! Here are some of the best ascii games that you can play in the Linux terminal.

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