Homebrew is a popular command line based package manager for macOS. It can also be installed and used on Linux. Here’s why and how.
If you have tons of Flatpak applications, you can see what permissions an application has and control those permissions with Flatseal. Here are more details.
Seeing “Skipping acquisition of configured file ‘main/binary-i386/Packages’, as repository doesn’t support architecture ‘i386’” message? Here’s how to get rid of it.
The default Adwaita theme looks quite dull. You can make it look pretty by switching to the dark theme. Here’s how to enable the dark mode in Fedora Linux.
Struggling with mounting BitLocker encrypted Windows partition inside Linux desktop? Here’s a step by step procedure to help with that.
Wondering how often a new kernel is released and how long is it supported? Here are the answers to your questions about Linux kernel release schedule and support.
Brave is an increasingly popular web browser for Linux. Learn to install Brave on Fedora Linux. You’ll also learn about updating it and removing it.
Cannot format the bootable Linux USB properly anymore? Here’s how to get your USB disk back.
This is a common mistake a new Linux user makes while trying to run a command that requires root access. Here’s what a beginner should know about this situation.
Learn various ways of installing Rust programming language on Linux along with its package manager Cargo.