The ultimate Linux commands cheat sheet

Knock, knock! Who’s there? FOSSLinux FOSSLinux who? FOSSLinux with a Cool Linux Commands Cheat Sheet! The world of Linux is uniquely structured by its maze of commands that continue to make it more than just an ordinary operating system. A typical Linux desktop user might relate to several hundreds of these commands. On the other … Read more

How to install DHCP Server on Ubuntu

DHCP is an abbreviation for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. We can define it as a network protocol whose usefulness is evident when a host computer needs a server computer to grant it some network configuration privileges like the automatic assignment of an IP address. In a server environment, we have many server instances. You could … Read more

How to install Shutter screenshot tool on Pop!_OS

Shutter is a free, open-source, and feature-rich screenshot program available for Linux systems. It is developed using Perl and allows users to take screenshots of a specific area, window, your whole screen, or even of a website. Additionally, Shutter gives you an option of applying various effects on the images taken, like drawing/highlighting a feature … Read more

The 10 Best GIF Maker Apps for Linux

If you take the word GIF and add the letter T in front of it as an extension, it sounds like a GIFT that keeps on giving. It is only a gift if you know how to create and implement one in various user-based circumstances. If you master the simple technicalities behind its creation and … Read more

How to install Ubuntu on Windows 10

When it comes to operating systems, you will get majorly three or four choices. If you are here, you already know Ubuntu — a popular Linux distro. To learn and enjoy what Ubuntu offers, you need to install it. A fresh install on your hard drive will provide you the best way to use it … Read more

The 5 Best MS Office Alternatives for Linux

You did a fresh Linux installation. It’s fast, snappy, and secure. However, when you decided to use Linux, you decided to use open-source alternatives for most solutions. This means you are no longer interested in MS Office and are looking for MS Office alternatives for Linux. You are not alone! Also, you are bound by … Read more

How to install Opera Web Browser on Linux

Opera might not have a large market share like Chrome or Firefox, but it’s still a pretty popular web browser. The main reason behind Opera’s popularity is its extremely low RAM and battery consumption. This makes it the ideal web browser for Linux PCs to run on lower-end hardware. But that’s not all; you also get … Read more