Ubuntu has been a good choice to switch to Linux from other operating systems. The only thing that has stopped people is the hardware updates. Though there were NVIDIA drivers updates available but through third-party PPAs. But no more installation of third-party PPAs in Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. Ubuntu is now Continue Reading
Septor Linux is based on Debian, and uses Tor technologies to make users anonymous online. Septor 2019.4 has Linux kernel 4.19 and customized version of KDE Plasma 5.14.3.
Last month, June Raspberry Pi foundation released RPi 4 with more memory options and useful features. Recently Kali Linux announced the release of its Kali Linux images for Raspberry Pi. Recently, Kali Linux tweeted the news of releasing the pentesting distro for RPi and got a good response from its Continue Reading
One of our favorite Arch based Linux distros Antergos discontinued recently. All those using Antergos – here is another distro ready to take place as a user-friendly arch Linux distro, EndeavourOS. EndeavourOS promises to provide an easier way to install and use Arch Linux just as Antergos did. Their commitment Continue Reading
After 6 months of development, Ubuntu 19.04 is released. As always it was exciting to wait for the new Ubuntu release with new features. In this article, I am going to walk you through what’s new in Ubuntu 19.04 codenamed, “Disco Dingo”. So keep reading!
Continuing from the previous guide, we will finish by fine-tuning the system to enable functionality comparable to other distros. After this tutorial, you will have a lot of the basic features you will find in a distro such as Fedora or Ubuntu.
Fedora 30 is scheduled to be released on 30, July this year. The new Fedora 30 wallpapers have been made available to download.
This is the first of three tutorials covering the installation and configuration of Arch Linux. Throughout the series, we will install, and configure Arch Linux.
I have been using Debian for more than 3 years and the truth is that I am more than satisfied. At the moment I do not consider changing distribution basically for the following reasons: YOUR REPOSITORIES ARE EXCELLENT Debian has some exceptional software repositories for the following reasons: The amount of Continue Reading
The world of GNU/Linux distributions is a world full of open source and mostly free operating systems, all of them based on the same core. If you are thinking about giving some of them a chance, here are 47 GNU / Linux distributions series so you can find the one that best suits what you are looking for.