Linux 6.2-rc6 arrives with a "suspiciously small" size
Linux 6.2-rc6 has arrived suspiciously small in size, and this could take us away from the eighth release candidate... or not.
Linux 6.2-rc6 has arrived suspiciously small in size, and this could take us away from the eighth release candidate... or not.
Each month brings various announcements of new versions of GNU/Linux Distros. And today, we will explore the latest releases of January 2023.
The fifth and final part of our useful new list of basic Linux commands for 2023, ideal for novice users.
Linux 6.2-rc5 has arrived on Saturday, an unusual day, and its creator believes that an eighth Release Candidate will be necessary
Linus Torvalds released Linux 6.2-rc4 after the Christmas holidays and everything is already within the norm, which is noticeable in the size.
Each month brings various announcements of new versions of GNU/Linux Distros. And today, we will explore the first releases of January 2023.
The fourth and penultimate part of our new and useful list of basic Linux commands for 2023, ideal for those novice users.
Since the year 2021, EndeavourOS has been crowned as DistroWatch's #2 GNU/Linux Distro. Therefore, today we will dedicate this post to know it.
PipeWire aims to improve the handling of audio and video on Linux, therefore it is considered a good professional media server.
If you consider yourself a citizen concerned about your privacy, anonymity and more online, we invite you to learn why it is worth using Linux.
Linux 6.2-rc3 has arrived at a time when everything seems to be back to normal after the Christmas holidays.
The third part of our new and useful list of basic Linux commands for 2023, ideal for those novice users.
Artificial Intelligence Technologies are impacting many areas of human life, and OS like GNU/Linux will not be the exception.
The second part of our new and useful list of basic Linux commands for 2023, ideal for those novice users.
If you are one of those who uses an Android mobile and the Voice Assistant, using Google Assistant Unofficial Desktop on Linux will be useful and fun for you.
Today, Artificial Intelligence technology is all the rage. Therefore, we will explore 3 alternatives to use over ChatGPT on Linux.
The first part of our useful new list of basic Linux commands for 2023, ideal for those novice users.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 6.2-rc2, a first year Release Candidate that came after a quiet week over the holidays.
Each month brings various announcements of new versions of GNU/Linux Distros. And today, we will explore the latest releases for December 2022.
A useful list of basic terminal commands, ideal for those new to Debian and Ubuntu based GNU/Linux Distros users.
Linus Torvalds released the first Linux 6.2 RC on Christmas day, and the last one for the year 2022, which is about to end.
Each month brings various announcements of new versions of GNU/Linux Distros. And today, we will explore the first releases of December 2022.
As expected, Linus Torvalds has released Linux 6.1 today. This is a new stable version, and…
If you use a Debian, Ubuntu, Mint Distro or a derivative of these, then this article on repository compatibility will be very useful.
Linux 6.1-rc8 has been released because things haven't arrived in good shape this week of development. Stable in a week.
Shell Scripting – Tutorial 09: One more post, where we will continue going from theory to practice, executing useful commands.
Linus Torvalds released Linux 6.1-rc7 after Thanksgiving, and it is larger than expected.
Linux Torvalds released Linux 6.1-rc6 and the size is still larger than expected, suggesting the eighth Release Candidate.
Each month brings various announcements of new versions of GNU/Linux Distros. And today, we will explore the first releases of November 2022.
Linux 6.1-rc5 has arrived larger than usual at this stage, and an XNUMXth RC might be required.
A few days ago, S-TUI 1.1.4 has been released. Which is the new version of the terminal application for hardware monitoring.
Shell Scripting – Tutorial 08: One more post, where we will continue going from theory to practice, executing useful commands.
LXDE is a fast and light Desktop Environment, much like XFCE and MATE. Less up-to-date than LXQt, but just as useful.
Linus Torvalds says that in Linux 6.1-rc4 things have started to calm down, something necessary after a bug that was committed 15 days ago.
Post about desktops and window managers in Ubuntu. How are they similar, how are they different and which are the most famous.
Shell Scripting – Tutorial 07: A new post in this series, where we will go from theory to practice, executing useful commands.
LXQt is a lightweight Qt desktop environment, offering a classic desktop with a modern look, that doesn't hang or slow down your computer.
Linux 6.3 has arrived a little larger than normal, but not by much for this week of development.
Shell Scripting Tutorial 06: A sixth of several tutorials on some online resources where we can perfect our use of Shell Scripting.
Linus Torvalds released Linux 6.1-rc2, and it arrived larger than expected because of human error.
Linus Torvalds released Linux 6.1-rc1, the first kernel version to use Rust in it. Also, it supports more hardware.
Windowsfx, also called Linuxfx, is a Brazilian GNU/Linux Distro based on Ubuntu, which stands out for its similarity to Windows 11.
Every month brings various announcements of new versions of GNU/Linux Distros. And today, we will explore the first releases of October 2022.
Windows dominates the visible, the tip of the technological ice floe. The rest is dominated by Linux, and therefore, it is valuable to learn Linux.
Shell Scripting Tutorial 05: A fifth tutorial of several with some good practices to make great Scripts created with Bash Shell.
All about the FSF's hardware product certification program, called "Respects Your Freedom" (RYF).
We continue with part 2 of this series of posts about the more than 200 existing KDE applications, which can be installed with Discover.
With this part 1 of this series, we will introduce you to the more than 200 existing KDE applications, which can be installed with Discover.
A continuation of our last Linux PowerShell post. To learn more about the use of equivalent commands between both OS.
Shell Scripting Tutorial 04: A fourth tutorial of several to fully master the Scripts created with Bash Shell in a Linux Terminal.
The release and general availability of the GNU Linux-libre 6.0 kernel has been announced for those looking for 100% free.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 6.0-rc7, and over the week things have improved to the point of thinking there will be no rc8.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 6.0-rc6, and its size could be a problem because it can mean there is work to be done.
A first look at PowerShell in its current stable version for GNU Operating Systems, testing commonly used Linux and Windows commands.
Shell Scripting Tutorial 03: A third tutorial of several to fully master the Scripts created with Bash Shell in a Linux Terminal.
Linus Torvalds released Linux 6.0-rc5, and once again, he did so in a very quiet week. Thus, a stable version is expected in three weeks.
Shell Scripting Tutorial 02: A second tutorial of several to learn how to create and use Bash Shell Scripts in a Linux Terminal.
Shell Scripting Tutorial 01: A first tutorial of several to learn how to create and use Bash Shell Scripts in a Linux Terminal.
Linus Torvalds released Linux 6.0-rc4, an unremarkable update beyond a few driver fixes.
Linus Torvalds released Linux 6.0-rc3, and warned that, despite celebrating the 31st anniversary of the kernel, everything had gone very normal.
On 23/08/2022, the new update of the Thunderbird email desktop client has been released, under the number 102.2.0.
Linus Torvalds released Linux 6.0-rc2 after a quiet week, partly due to a bug that prevented automatic testing.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 6.0-rc1, the first Release Candidate of a version that will arrive with many improvements.
KDE neon since August 2022, already offers new ISO images based on the latest version of Ubuntu LTS (20.04) and the latest KDE.
Linux 5.19 has been released in the form of a stable version, and, if we take into account the news, we are facing a major release.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.19-rc8 to fix the latest bugs, and to add more fixes for retbleed.
If you still don't know what Linux is and you're trying to learn more, here's everything you should know first
Retbleed has been to blame for Linux 5.19-rc7 arriving larger than usual. There will be eighth RC.
Linux 5.19-rc6 is the sixth Release Candidate of the version currently in development and has arrived after a quiet week.
After, without breaking records, having grown last week, Linux 5.19-rc5 has arrived with a smaller size than normal.
Canonical has updated Ubuntu kernel 20.04 Focal Fossa and 16.04 Xenial Xerus to fix various vulnerabilities.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.19-rc4, and it's larger than usual, probably because they've patched more than expected.
Ubuntu Post Install Scripts are a series of scripts specially designed to make things easier for you after installing Ubuntu
Linux 5.19-rc3 has arrived in a quiet week and with a smaller size than it would touch in a third week.
Canonical has released an update to the Ubuntu kernel to fix a few bugs, though there are also patches for 14.04.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.19-rc2, and as the second Release Candidate it is, it is smaller in size than usual.
Linux dominates on mobile and cloud, but not on desktop. Some point out that it is due to fragmentation, but there are reasons to disagree.
Canonical has released a new Ubuntu kernel update to fix many security flaws. Update now.
Linux 5.19-rc1 has arrived as the first release candidate of this series with more improvements for hardware from Intel and AMD, among others.
Canonical has fixed three security flaws in the latest Ubuntu kernel update. The bugs affected all versions.
Linux 5.18 has been released, and it comes with many changes, including several that will improve support for AMD and Intel hardware.
Although things may still happen in the next seven days, Linus Torvalds released Linux 5.18-rc7 yesterday and said that the stable version is close.
Linus Torvalds ensures after the release of Linux 5.18-rc6 that we are facing one of the largest versions in terms of commits.
Linux 5.18-rc5 has been released after a fairly quiet week, but in the end it's a bit bigger than usual.
With Linux 5.18-rc4 it's already four quiet weeks in Linux kernel development, but everything could soon turn bad.
Linux 5.18-rc3 arrived on Easter Sunday, and everything is still normal, probably because people work less.
Linux 5.18-rc2 has arrived in a week of the most normal if we compare it with other second Release Candidates of the Linux kernel.
Linus Torvalds released Linux 5.18-rc1, a kernel version that will introduce many new features related to Intel and AMD.
Stable version expected, but what we have is Linux 5.17-rc8. The delay is because they have to solve something related to Spectrel
PipeWire is an impressive project that has made Linux take a huge leap forward in multimedia.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.17-rc7, and if he doesn't run into a bug in the next seven days we'll have a stable release soon.
After a crazy week, Linus Torvalds released Linux 5.17-rc6, and despite everything, things still seem normal.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.17-rc5, and he says things look pretty normal. In three weeks there could be a stable version.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.17-rc4, the fourth Release Candidate for this series, which will arrive as a stable release on March 13.
Linux 5.17-rc3 has arrived in a very quiet week, and according to Linux Torvalds everything, including commits, is average.
Linux 5.17-rc2 has arrived hours earlier than expected with a large size for this phase of development, but within normal limits.
Linux 5.17-rc1, the first Release Candidate in this series, has arrived hours earlier than expected with some interesting changes.
Linux 5.16 has been officially released, and among its novelties we have improvements to play Windows titles on Linux.
As expected, by the time we are in, Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.16-rc8, being smaller than normal.
Linux 5.16-rc7 has arrived fixing a very old and very small keyboard driver. Stable version in two weeks.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.16-rc6 and everything seems very quiet, which is normal if we take into account the dates we are in.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.16-rc5 and, although everything has been very normal, he has already anticipated that development will be extended for the holidays.
Linux 5.16-rc4 has arrived as the fourth Release Candidate of 5.16 and has made it smaller than usual at this stage.
Linux 5.16-rc3 has arrived a little larger than usual, but within normality for Thanksgiving.
The news of the release of Linux 5.16-rc2 is calm again, and it is already several weeks in which Linus Torvalds works without pressure.
Linux 5.16-rc1 has arrived after a great merge window without major problems. As for the functions, many new ones are expected.
Linux 5.15 is now available as a stable release. Comes with improvements to the NTFS file system and much more
Linux 5.15-rc7 was released on Monday, an unusual day, but it was not because of problems, but because of Linus Torvalds' travels.
After five weeks in which everything was very normal, Linux 5.15-rc6 has arrived with a size that exceeds the average in this phase of development.
Linus Torvalds released Linux 5.15-rc5 and, as in most of its development, everything remains very normal. If it continues like this, there will be stable at the end of the month.
Linus Torvalds released Linux 5.15-rc4 and the news is once again that everything is normal. Stable version is expected at the end of the month.
Linux 5.15-rc3 has been released and after a second Release Candidate with more fixes than expected, everything is back to normal.
The previous one was quiet, but Linux 5.15-rc2 has arrived fixing more bugs than would be expected in a second Release Candidate
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.15-rc1, the first release candidate of a kernel that will introduce some new features such as the NTFS driver.
Linux 5.14 has been released this Sunday and comes with many improvements in hardware support, such as one for USB audio latency.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.14-rc7 and everything has gone smoothly, so he expects to release the final version within seven days.
Linus Torvalds released Linux 5.14-rc5 and, from what it seems and is telling us, it will be one of the developments with the least bumps in history.
With the release of Linux 5.14-rc4, Linus Torvalds has fixed things so that some Android apps will work again.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.14-rc3 and after a rc2 that broke the size record of this series, this Candidate is in good form.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.14-rc2 and says it is the second largest RC in the entire 5.x series. There might not be much calm.
Linux 5.14-rc1 has arrived as the first candidate for a Linux kernel that includes many improvements in terms of drivers for GPUs.
Everything has been very normal in the Linux 5.13-rc7 development week, so the stable version is expected to arrive on Sunday.
Linus Torvalds released Linux 5.13-rc6 and the size is back to normal, so its release should not be postponed.
Linus Torvalds released Linux 5.13-rc5 and its size worries, so the release of the stable version could be delayed for a week.
Linux 5.13-rc4 has been released and, as expected, it is larger than average as work from the previous week has been included.
Linux 5.13-rc3 should be bigger than it finally has been, so the size should increase within seven days.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.13-rc2 and although the kernel looks like it will be big, this Release Candidate is quite small.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.13-rc1 after a fairly large merge window, but everything has proceeded normally.
Linux 5.12 has been officially released, with support for much more hardware, such as the latest Play Station controller.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.12-rc8, an eighth RC that is reserved for kernel versions that require a little more loving.
Linux 5.12-rc7 is following the trend of the roller coaster, has increased in size and the stable version could arrive a week later.
After a more hectic week, Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.12-rc6, with a small footprint that gets everything back on track.
After RC 4, Linux 5.12-rc5 is larger than average in this phase, so Linus Torvalds is already considering launching an eighth RC.
Linux 5.12-rc4 has already been released, and it continues to trend downward and improving ahead of the final release in mid-April.
New Linux kernel RC on Friday? Yes, Linux 5.12-rc2 arrived yesterday Friday because a serious problem had to be solved.
After some doubts about electrical problems, Linus Torvalds released Linux 5.12-rc1 and it seems that it does not include major problems to fix.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.11, the kernel that Ubuntu 21.04 will use and that comes with new features such as performance improvements from AMD.
Linux 5.11-rc7 has been released with nothing to worry about, so the stable version that Ubuntu 21.04 will use will arrive in 7 days.
Linux 5.11-rc6 continues in the calm vein of previous release candidates, so the release of the stable version is coming soon.
Linux 5.11-rc5 has been released and everything is still normal, although it comes with a size that will have to be reduced in the future.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.11-rc4 restoring Haswell Graphics to a fourth RC that continues with normal development.
Linux 5.11-rc3 has been officially released and has regained quite a bit of size, logical since the Christmas holidays have already passed.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.11-rc2, a new Release Candidate that is very small in size, partly because it is still around Christmas time.
Linux 5.11-rc1 has been released as the first Release Candidate of the Linux kernel to be used by Ubuntu 21.04 Hirsute Hippo.
Linux 5.10, the new LTS version of the kernel, has already been officially released. In this article we publish a list with their news.
If there are no surprises and after a quiet rc7, Linux 5.10 will be officially released next Sunday, December 13.
Linux 5.10-rc6 is already in "good shape" in the words of its lead developer. Stable version within two weeks.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.10-rc5, and says he still has work to do to polish the next kernel version.
Linux 5.10-rc 4 has been released and although the previous version was normal, this one has not yet served to calm things down at this point.
Linux 5.10-rc2 has come with the most notable change of having removed the Intel MIC drivers as they are not needed in any way.
Linus Torvalds started another development cycle for the Linux kernel, announcing the release of Linux 5.10-rc1 and this time with ...
Linux 5.9 has come with many improvements in terms of hardware support, but one that may be insufficient for some users.
Linus Torvalds had advanced that he would launch Linux 5.9-rc8 to correct everything that was happening, and we already have it here with everything fixed.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.9-rc6 and everything is very normal, but with the good news of having fixed the performance regression.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.9-rc5 and everything seems very normal, despite a regression in performance that they hope to improve soon.
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.9-rc3 e, as in the previous two weeks, we are talking about an RC without anything outstanding.
The Pine64 community recently released the announcement that it will soon be the start of receiving pre-orders for the PinePhone postmarketOS ...
The new version of Chrome OS 83 is here and just like in the Chrome browser, version 82 was skipped due to the transfer of ...
This new version of Kernel 5.5 was released a few hours ago and the Ubuntu developers have already made the necessary compilations to put them ...
This version comes with a series of quite positive changes that are worth already having in operation in our Linux distribution, since ...
Linus Torvalds has released Linux 5.4-rc1, which is the first version of a future kernel that, among other things, will be more secure.
Greg Kroah-Hartman received a proposal saying that it is possible that a framework dedicated to the development of drivers in Rust language is ...
Xbacklight is a small tool that allows us to control the brightness of the screen from the console. Its use is very simple.
A few days ago, Google developers who are in charge of the “Chrome OS” operating system presented the launch of the new version of the ...
The latest version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, RHEL 8, is now available. We tell you its most interesting news and much more.
Ted Ts'o, the author of the ext2 / ext3 / ext4 filesystems, will create a set of changes that they implement in the Ext4 filesystem ...
The stable version of the Linux Kernel 5.0 was released to the public yesterday, although, in general, ...
This new version of the Linux Kernel 5.0 was recently released which adds some significant new features and some ...
The Linux Kernel is the kernel of the operating system, as this is the one that ensures that the software and ...
The Linux kernel is the kernel of the operating system, as this is the one that ensures that the computer's software and hardware can work ...
A few days ago the Linux kernel 4.19 was released, along with many improvements that have been implemented, and this version follows a long process ...
The Linux Kernel is the core of the operating system, as this is the one that is responsible for the computer's software and hardware to work together, in the processes and operations that run on the computer, so to speak, it is the heart of the system. That is why having the Kernel updated.
Kernel 4.14.2 is focused on improving support for new hardware and many performance optimizations, making it the recommended version.
Among the biggest new features in the Linux 4.13 kernel is support for the new Intel Cannon Lake and Coffee Lake processors.
Linux Kernel 4.12 Release Candidate 5 is now available with numerous updated drivers and enhancements for all architectures.
The Linux Kernel of Ubuntu 17.04 and Ubuntu 16.04 LTS was updated by Canonical to correct several important security vulnerabilities.
Linus Torvalds has released the final version of Linux Kernel 4.11 that can now be downloaded from the official website and that brings support for Intel Gemini Lake.
Linux Kernel 4.11 will be officially released on April 30, but for now you can download and test Linux Kernel 4.11 Release Candidate 8.
A VPS server is a virtual server that can function independently of the rest of virtual machines, have a different operating OS, and apps
By using substrings in Bash and with a very simple calculation, we explain how to calculate the DNI using a bash script for Linux and Windows
Learn how to use functions in bash as well as control parameters and use different exit codes based on positive or negative results.
Learn how to create your own bash scripts to automate tasks, simplify command syntax, and eliminate repetitive actions by passing parameters.
The latest version of Kodi 17, the famous multimedia player, opensource and multiplatform, is now available, which includes important new features.
There is a false belief that symmetric cryptography is weaker than public key, here we analyze the functionality of this form of encryption
We teach you how to configure the behavior of the laptop when lowering the lid so that the system hibernates or goes into a suspended state.
We do a brief review in this article about the best educational applications in Linux that have appeared so far.
We teach you to perform a check of the ports in use within your Linux system with three basic utilities such as lsof, netstat and lsof.
A small opinion poll on why you use Ubuntu on your computer, something that surely more than one has asked you, or not?
Linus Torvalds has found a big bug in his new kernel, for which he has apologized and sorry for it, but blames its developers ...
A bug detected on Debian, Ubuntu and CentOS systems causes the main systemd process to crash and makes it impossible to manage others on the computer.
Linux kernel 4.8 is finally released with improvements especially towards new hardware, software and other system patches.
The Linux kernel has turned 25 years old today, an age that few expected it to meet or to help create projects as important as Ubuntu ...
In this guide we show you some useful commands to recognize hardware in Ubuntu or Linux-based systems in general.
We teach you to save ink with each document that you print in Linux using the free and free EcoFont font.
As we well know, one of the most common problems in Linux has to do with the graphical support of our ...
In Ubunlog we want to show you how we can fix an error that at first glance seems painful to fix, but that in ...
Google ended support for the 32-bit Chrome app on Linux. We show you how to update the parcel if you use a 64-bit version.
PuTTY is an SSH client that allows us to remotely manage a server. Surely those who have needed ...
On February 11, Martin Pitt, the Ubuntu Systemd maintenance manager, announced that he had updated it ...
The Fail0verflow hacker group manages to run a version of Linux Gentoo thanks to an exploit on the PS4 console.
Article about Koala, a good tool for the web developer that will allow us to use the preprocessors in our Ubuntu for free.
Super City is the name of the video game created with three very popular tools in the world of free software: Krita, Blender and GIMP.
Article about the best options we have to publish an ebook using our Ubuntu. Almost all of them are free and available for Ubuntu
Simple guide that indicates how to deactivate and delete repositories in openSUSE through the console using Zypper.
News about GNUPanel, a tool to manage the hosting of a server that has a GPL license and that asks for funding to rewrite its code.
Article about the Brackets editor, Adobe's open-source editor to develop websites and all related technology such as the web world.
Article about Seafile, a powerful tool that allows us to have the option of transforming our Ubuntu Server into a personal and private cloud.
Article on three note-taking programs on our Ubuntu system. All three are free and can be found in the Ubuntu Software Center.
NVIDIA announced that it will begin publishing documents to help improve Nouveau, the free driver for the company's graphics cards.
Valve finally announced SteamOS, a Linux-based operating system that aims to revolutionize the PC gaming industry in the living room.
Darling is a compatibility layer that allows running Mac OS X applications on Linux. Its installation in Ubuntu 13.04 is very simple.
All Video Downloader is an application that allows us to download videos from a multitude of sites —YouTube, Dailymotion, Veoh… - in a very simple way.
Darling is a compatibility layer that aims to be a benchmark in the application support of Mac OS X, Apple's operating system, on Linux.
4K Video Downloader is a small application that allows us to download YouTube videos quickly and without complications.
Scrot is a tool for Linux that allows us to take screenshots from the console. We explain its use and some of its options.
Opinion on the recent Debian 7 update and how the latest Debian changes put it in the direction of Ubuntu.
Interesting presentation article and / or opinion about Galpon Minino, a very interesting project for teams with few resources.
Adding, removing and configuring virtual desktops in KDE is a very simple task thanks to the corresponding configuration module.
Compton is a lightweight window composition manager designed to be used in desktop environments that are also lightweight, such as LXDE.
Simple guide that explains how to add a keyboard shortcut to enable and disable window compositing in Xubuntu 13.04.
OptiPNG is a small tool that allows us to optimize PNG images —without losing quality— from the Linux console. Its use is quite simple.
Nitro is a small tool for managing tasks on Linux, OS X and Windows. Its use is very simple thanks to its neat and pleasant interface.
Alarm Clock is a very useful application that has its own alarm clock as well as a timer, all of them configurable by means of commands.
Master PDF Editor is, as its name implies, a simple but complete PDF editor with a wide variety of features and options.
Rename is a paid script for nautilus which makes it easy for us to mass rename files just by clicking on the right button of the mouse.
Systemback is an application that allows us to create system restore points or create a Live CD of the system as we have it.
MenuLibre allows us to edit the menu items of applications from environments such as GNOME, LXDE and XFCE. It even supports Unity quicklists.
Basic tutorial on how to create automated backups in Ubuntu 13.04
Geary is a really easy to use desktop client to read our emails thanks to its simple and elegant interface.
Simple tutorial that will help us download videos from the web directly to the computer just by using the Linux terminal
Tutorial to install and configure the Movistar USB modem in Ubuntu operating system, in this case Ubuntu 13.04.
Tutorial to modify the BIOS with UEFI and how to install the Ubuntu system on computers with Windows 8 pre-installed
A simple practical video tutorial to create a custom launcher in our Ubuntu Linux distro under Unity desktop
elementary OS already has an application store: AppCenter. The tool will arrive alongside the next distribution release after Luna.
Installing Broadcom wireless card drivers in openSUSE 12.3 is extremely easy. The task is to execute a simple command.
Simple guide explaining how to verify GPG signatures of openSUSE installation images, using openSUSE 12.3 as an example.
Post about virtualization and virtual machines in Ubuntu. The images have been taken using the VirtualBox application with Open Source license.
Changing the size and theme of the cursor in KDE is quite simple thanks to the configuration module 'Cursor theme'.
Post about file managers in Ubuntu mentioning some possibilities within this operating system.
James McClain has developed a tool that allows, in a simple way, speech recognition in Linux. Siri for Linux, some claim.
Learn about the differences between LibreOffice 4.0 and Microsoft Office 2013 through a comparison table posted on The Document Foundation wiki.
In KDE SC 4.10 it is possible to hide the window menu bar, replacing it with a button on the title bar. And it is extremely simple.
Guide that explains how to add MTP support in Dolphin by installing the corresponding KIO-slave. MTP is used by Android devices, among others.
The new version of Kate included in KDE SC 4.10 has an extensive list of new features, improvements, and bug fixes.
Dan Vrátil and Alex Fiestas have significantly improved display and monitor management in KDE, making it a simple and user-friendly task.
Guide that explains how to add and remove execution of scripts and programs at KDE startup through the Autorun configuration module.
The different versions of Internet Explorer can be easily installed on Linux through VirtualBox, which is extremely useful for web developers.
Disabling the Nautilus Recent Documents list is a simple procedure, just edit a configuration file.
With KDE SC 4.10 comes Gwenview 2.10. An improved importer and support for color profiles are some of the new features of the image viewer.
In KDE we can easily disable those services that we are not interested in running at the beginning of the session, speeding up the system startup.
As the Ubuntu network manager does not show the type of security of Wi-Fi connections, it is best to resort to an excellent alternative called Wicd.
FF Multi Converter is a program that allows us to convert video, audio, images and documents. All in a simple way and from the same interface.
Requirements to install Linux Mint 14 Nadia as well as main features
GDebi is a small tool that allows us to install DEB packages quickly and easily without having to launch Ubuntu Software.
Simple video tutorial to completely uninstall Plank and change it to cairo-dock in Elementary OS Luna
Simple guide that explains how to compress and decompress RAR files in openSUSE 12.2. You need to add the Packman repository.
Installation guide for the latest version of MDM, the Linux Mint Display Manager, in Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal Quetzal by adding the corresponding repository.
A simple way to protect and encrypt files in Ubuntu and Debian from the terminal and with a single command.
Package Converter is a graphical interface for Alien that allows us to convert different types of packages with each other with great ease.
Small guide showing how to install Thunar 1.5.1, the first version of the tabbed file manager, on Xubuntu 12.10.
Small guide on how to add repositories in openSUSE, easily and quickly, through the console using Zypper.
KPassGen is a highly configurable password generator for KDE that allows you to create passwords of up to 1024 characters quickly and easily.
Tutorial to use Aliases and create our own custom commands or command shortcuts to use in the terminal
Setting up the default applications in KDE is an extremely simple task, it only takes a couple of clicks from the configuration module.
Simple tutorial with video to know how to install Chrome and Chromium in our operating system based on Ubuntu or Debian
How to boot from USB in bios not supported with Plop Boot Manager 5.0, a free program to achieve it in a very simple way.
Practical guide to upgrade directly from Ubuntu 12.04 to Ubuntu 12.10 PC
X-tile is a small program that helps us organize our windows. It works in any desktop environment and can be operated from the console.
In this video I explain how to create a Bootable USB using Unetbootin. The video includes the download of Unetbootin as well as its use.
With this video-tutorial or trick, we will be able to optimize our Ubuntu and adapt it to the measurements of our Netbook
Simple video to get formatting and partitioning an external hard drive or pen drive from Ubuntu
Simple video tutorial to get to know how to rename files in bulk in Linux using gprename
Transmission is a powerful and lightweight BitTorrent network client with different interfaces. It can even be run only as a daemon.
It is recommended to download Ubuntu through the BitTorrent network to prevent the official servers from being saturated. In this post we will do it using Deluge.
Kazam is a free program for Linux that allows us to record our desktop sessions, being able to select the entire desktop or a specific area
Step-by-step tutorial with video to know how to manage RAR files from our Linux terminal, including practical exercise.
Tutorial to add our user to the group 'vboxusers' in openSUSE 12.2 with KDE as desktop environment.
Wammu is a program for Linux capable of synchronizing mobile phones based on Symbian or proprietary systems from brands such as Samsung, Nokia or Motorola.
Video exercise to know how to move around the terminal and copy, move, rename or delete files and directories.
Sensors is a small tool for Linux that helps us check the temperature of our CPU, among other things.
Simple tutorial to manage the recycle bin from the Ubuntu terminal, where we will tell you the main commands to use.
Conky is a system monitor for linux, in this tutorial I show you how to install it and install the visual skin for the conky-rings desktop.
KDE 4.10 will have a new and improved display and monitor configuration module written entirely in QML.
KDE allows you to customize the desktop by easily changing the different fonts used on the system.
Step by step tutorial to change the name of our team from YaST in openSUSE.
Gimp Resynthesizer is a plugin available for Gimp with which we will eliminate in a quasi-professional way any part of an image
Adapting the KDE toolbars to the user's needs takes just a few clicks.
Simple basic tutorial with images to configure your instant messaging accounts in Pidgin
Peppermint Os is an extremely light distro but with a neat appearance and spectacular performance, based on Ubunto 12.04 with LXDE
Install the latest version of VirtualBox, 4.2, on Ubuntu (Kubuntu, Xubuntu, etc.) 12.04.
We have made a test of how the latest Ubuntu 12.10 Daily Build rolls and behaves, on an Asus eepc 1000HE Netbook with Intel Atom N280
Deluge is an easy-to-use BitTorrent client that is highly extensible thanks to the use of plugins.
Adding plasmoids to the KDE desktop and dashboard is a super quick and easy task.
Simple basic tutorial to get the Fedora 17 Linux distro in Castilian / Spanish
A compilation of fun fonts and how to install them correctly in Ubuntu 12.04
Creating VPN connections using OpenVPN in KDE is extremely easy thanks to KNetworkManager.
Verify an md5sum from the console or terminal of our Linux
Have Dolphin, KDE's file manager, create thumbnail previews of your video files.
Flowblade is a video editor for Linux that provides robustness and ease of use alike. Its installation is extremely simple.
Simple tutorial to install Ubuntu-tweak in Ubuntu 12.04