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Comparing Linux Mint and Fedora: Which One Should You Use?

Linux Mint is a popular Linux distribution tailored for beginners while providing a similar experience to former Windows users. In fact, it does a few things better than Ubuntu, which makes it a suitable choice for every type of user. It is completely community-powered, on top of Ubuntu as its base. On the other hand, […]

How to Install Code Blocks IDE on Ubuntu Linux

Code Blocks is an open source IDE written in C++ and ideal for C, C++ and Fortran development. It is cross-platform and runs on Linux, macOS and Windows. Code Blocks is lightweight and fast. It supports workspaces, multi-target projects, inter project dependencies inside workspace. You get syntax highlighting, code folding, tabbed interface, class browser, smart […]

Convert Images to ASCII Art in Linux Terminal With This Nifty Little Tool

Want to do some fun stuff in the Linux terminal? How about converting a regular image into an ASCII art? You know what’s ASCII? It’s a standard that assigns letters, numbers and other characters in the 256 slots available in the 8-bit code. The ASCII art is a graphics composed of the printable ASCII characters. […]

Nyxt Browser is a Keyboard-oriented Web Browser Inspired by Emacs and Vim

You get plenty of open-source web browsers available for Linux. Not just limited to chrome-based options, but chrome alternatives as well. Most of the options available focus on a pretty user experience while offering privacy features. However, Nyxt browser may not be built for the best user experience in mind but something that power users […]

Complete Guide to Configuring SSH in Ubuntu

SSH has become the default method of accessing a remote Linux server these days. SSH stands for Secure Shell and it’s a powerful, efficient, and popular network protocol used to establish communication between two computers in a remote fashion. And let’s not forget the secure part of its name; SSH encrypts all traffic to prevent […]

How to Install and Use XRDP on Ubuntu for Remote Desktop Connection

Brief: This is a beginner’s guide that shows the steps you need to follow for setting up XRDP on Ubuntu-based Linux distributions. With that, you can access your Ubuntu system from a different computer and use it graphically. Microsoft Remote Desktop Protocol(RDP) is a protocol that allows for graphical remote desktop connections from one computer […]