Spotify is a probably the best music streaming service by a long shot. You can use it on your android phone, in your web browser or on your Windows, Mac. It is also available for the Linux desktop (sort of).
There are several tools for network scanning in Linux and for this time we’re going to talk about Angry IP Scanner. If you have used tools like Nmap, you will understand Angry IP Scanner easily.
There are so many distros popping out of everywhere. But for most distros out there, they use Debian or Fedora as Base. And In Recent times, we see Arch being the new alternative to those two ages old distros. Arch was intended for experienced Linux users from its start. And developers, being good from inside, want to make things easier for normal people.
Extra Packages For Enterprise Linux (or EPEL) is a Fedora Special Interest Group that creates, maintains and manages a high-quality set of additional packages for Enterprise Linux. These packages are made available but not limited to Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), CentOS, Scientific Linux and Oracle Linux.
The Raspberry Pi is a series of single-board, low-cost, high-performance computer first developed in the UK by the Raspberry Pi Foundation. The Raspberry Pi 3 is the sixth and latest iteration to be released in the series and it just keeps getting better.
Have you ever wonder how everything works? From Smartphones Operating Systems to even each and every Linux Distro and every Operating System created by Microsoft and Apple. How does it play my favorite music? How does it save my files to the cloud? How does actually everything works? All this questions are answered with one big bolded and all capital “PROGRAMMING”.
So Canonical sought to solve the problem with distributing applications on Linux due to the very many and different Linux distributions around and each with their own packaging formats. So Canonical introduced Snaps. Whew, that would be great. But the again, Canonical isn’t the only ones hoping to crack this problem on Linux. In fact, there are two other frameworks that are seeking to be the one stop app framework for distributing application on Linux. There is Flatpak and the AppImage. So today we take a look at Flatpak and what it means to Linux.