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Open Source Software and GNU/Linux

15 May 2024 1 minute read 0 comments Debesh Choudhury

Replay my podcast chat with Tux. I had a virtual chat on different aspects of GNU/Linux and Open Source Software with the cheerful penguin named Tux, the logo of Linux. I tried to make the conversation interesting, informative, and funny. Screensh...

How To Pimp Your Linux-Terminal with Event-Sounds

19 Apr 2024 8 minute read 0 comments FabulousBro

In this article I describe how you can customize and pimp your Linux-Terminal with customized sound for specified events.   Requirements: Difficulty: Easy Needs: mplayer, vlc or similar bash basics linux basics some short sound files that's it, you...

Linux Hack: The Intriguing Plot That Almost Collapsed the Internet.

13 Apr 2024 4 minute read 2 comments CryptoEntrepreneurs

Linux has long been recognized as one of the most secure operating systems available on the market. Its reputation as a virtual fortress, resistant to cyber attacks, has captured the attention of technology experts and enthusiasts alike. What Makes L...

How To Rice Your Linux-Terminal

11 Apr 2024 2 minute read 0 comments FabulousBro

In this article I describe how you can customize and rice your Linux-Terminal. Requirements: Difficulty: Easy Needs: screenfetch, archey, screenfo, neofetch or similar bash basics that's it, you are good to go :) Introduction On launch of my ter...

Blockchain: Coin Wallet Review

7 Mar 2024 2 minute read 0 comments WinterYeti

One of the most common OS platforms for a Linux computer is Ubuntu. Within that OS comes pre-screened software choices that are packaged as read-to-install apps known as snaps. Ubuntu maintains and updates a menu choices for dozens of packages, cover...

Termux: Linux On Your Android

27 Feb 2024 3 minute read 2 comments CryptoEntrepreneurs

Termux is a terminal application that allows you to create a Linux environment on your own Android smartphone and works without root access to your device. This open source application combines powerful terminal emulation with an extensive collection...

Would You Pet a Penguin?

7 Jan 2024 2 minute read 2 comments Debesh Choudhury

How many of you are pet lovers? How many of you live with a cat or dog in your home? I am sure many of you love having a pet. Some of us do not have a pet due to several reasons. Those are personal reasons, and we don't have to discuss it.     If I...

The State of Linux Gaming - 2023 in Review

25 Dec 2023 1 minute read 0 comments LateToTheParty

With the Year of 2023 coming to a close, it is time to look at how much progress Linux gaming has made over the course of the previous 12 months. When I did a mid-year review, Linux had a modest 1.44% marketshare on Steam and over 3% on StatCounter....

Exercising, Earning and Learning 3 NOV 2023

3 Nov 2023 1 minute read 0 comments JaiChai

  While doing my treadmill workout - and earning multiple crypto tokens, I was wondering how I could repurpose three recently acquired and VERY OLD laptops - only 1-2 GB RAM and miniscule HDD storage; meaning, forget running Windows or Mac OS, with t...

I NEVER Required Antivirus on GNU/Linux

28 Oct 2023 2 minute read 20 comments Debesh Choudhury

Do you need an antivirus software for your computers? Anti-virus programs are generally used to scan and remove viruses and malware programs from computers. There are plenty of antivirus software vendors around the globe. No antivirus programs c...