Test Your Typing Speed in Linux Terminal With Ttyper

There are several ways to test and improve your typing speed. You can use online tools, install dedicated applications on the desktop or test in the Linux terminal. Linux terminal? That’s right. From browsing internet to playing games, you can do so many fun things in the mighty Linux terminal. Testing your typing speed is […]

SonoBus: An Open Source Peer-to-Peer Audio Streaming App with Cross-Platform Support

Brief: An interesting open-source peer-to-peer audio streaming app which offers a simple user interface with powerful functionalities. SonoBus: Cross-Platform Audio Streaming App Audio streaming services are extremely popular nowadays when listening to music. However, a local collection is still a useful way that does not require to be constantly connected to the Internet. Even though […]

Best Open Source LMS for Creating Online Course and e-Learning Websites

A Learning Management System (LMS) helps you automate and document the learning programs. It is suitable for both small-scale educational programs and university-level learning programs. Of course, even corporate training programs can be hosted using a learning management system. While it has a lot of use-cases, having a transparent platform for your Learning Management System […]

How to Add a Directory to PATH in Linux [Quick Tip]

The PATH variable in Linux stores the path to the directories where it should look for executables when you run a command. abhishek@its-foss:~$ echo $PATH /usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin:/usr/games:/usr/local/games:/snap/bin As you can see, the PATH consists of several directories (like /usr/local/sbin, /usr/bin and more) separated by colon (:). If you want to run some executables as command from […]

Meet Enve: An Open Source 2D Animation Software

Enve is a cross-platform application that allows you to create vector animations and raster animations. You can even use audio and video files for creating your animation. Enve is open-source software using GPL 3 license. It is available for Linux, macOS and Windows. Enve for creating 2D animation in Linux There are several graphics tools […]

Fedora Vs Red Hat: Which Linux Distro Should You Use and Why?

Fedora and Red Hat. Both Linux distributions belong to the same organization, both use RPM package manager and both provide desktop and server editions. Both Linux distributions have a greater impact on the operating system world. This is why it is easier to get confused between the two similar distributions. In this article, I will […]

Chrome Browser Keeps Detecting Network Change in Linux? Here’s How to Fix it

For the past several days, I faced a strange issue in my system running Ubuntu Linux. I use Firefox and Brave browsers. Everything was normal in Firefox but Brave keeps on detecting a network change on almost every refresh. This went on to the extent that it became impossible to use the browser. I could […]

Experiencing the /e/ OS: The Open Source De-Googled Android Version

/e/ Android operating system is a privacy oriented, Google-free mobile operating system, fork of Lineage OS and was founded in mid-2018 by Gaël Duval, creator of Mandrake Linux (now Mandriva Linux). Despite making Android an open source project in 2007, Google replaced some OS elements with proprietary software when Android gained popularity. /e/ Foundation has […]