This quick tutorial shows you how to use the “Touch” command on Linux to create new files or modify the access and modification times of existing files.
The top command is a useful command line tool to monitor processes on Linux. This post shows simple examples of how to use the top command on Linux.
If you have just installed Fedora 23, then here are a bunch of useful tweaks, improvements and essential apps to install on your system to get the most out of your Fedora desktop
Installing multimedia codecs allows you to play more video and audio formats. This post shows how to install multimedia codecs and apps on Fedora 23
Chromium browser is an open source alternative to Google Chrome and is available for Linux. This post shows you how to install Chromium on Fedora 23.
Have you just installed Ubuntu 15.10 (Wily Werewolf). Then here is a list of tweaks and must have apps, that will help you get the most out of your Ubuntu desktop.
Monit is a powerful tool to monitor background services and processes on your linux server. This post shows how to setup and configure Monit on Ubuntu and Debian based servers.
wxWidgets is a cross platform gui library for developing native desktop apps. This quick tutorial shows you how to compile and install it on Ubuntu, Debian and Linux Mint
The tar command can be used to create compressed archives from the command line on linux, as well as extract files from compressed archives. Here are some quick examples of how to use it.
Gnome Flashback is an alternative desktop environment that gets you the old style desktop interface on Ubuntu. This tutorial shows how to install it on Ubuntu or Linux Mint and customize it.