• Command Line – QPDF

    Use QPDF to easily make structural changes to your PDFs, including reorganizing pages, creating watermarks, setting encryption options, and changing permissions.

  • Open Hardware – Programmable USB Hub

    The Programmable USB Hub promises to resolve common issues with USB reliability in the short term, making way for future open hardware testing and debugging.

  • Fast Start

    Save time and mouse clicks by using wikit to search and read Wikipedia entries at the command line.

  • Time Jumping

    Timeshift lets users easily create, manage, and restore system snapshots.

News and Articles

  • Linux Mint 19.2 “Tina” Released

    The latest version of Linux Mint brings many performance improvements.

  • Gnome and KDE Coming Together

    The two major Linux projects will work together to create a compatible ecosystem.

  • Getting to Know Firewalld

    Managing a firewall can be a hassle, but it’s worse to manage a breach because you didn’t have one.

  • Try Out the JADE Desktop Environment

    This new desktop environment strives to offer something different, and while the design isn’t for everyone, it does introduce a couple of interesting features.

  • Charly's Column – Log2Ram and frontail

    If you run 25 Raspberry Pis at home, and an equal number of other IP devices, you might also think like Charly does when it comes to log management. The result is atomic technology and a logfile disk that is not permanently overloaded.

  • Tutorials – 3D Print Tools

    One last step remains in our 3D-printing voyage: actually printing something. This issue, we'll tackle how to print and monitor your print at the same time.

  • NEWS

    Debian Buster Arrives; IBM Acquires Red Hat; Raspberry Pi 4 Is Here; Ubuntu Takes a U-Turn with 32-Bit Support: OpenSSH Fixes Side Channel Attacks; Firefox Fixes Error that Crashed HTTPS Pages; and Altair Releases HyperWorks 2019

  • Puppy Love

    Like its predecessors, this ultralight OS is fast and versatile with an easy-to-use interface.

  • On the DVD

    MX Linux 18 and Manjaro Gnome 18.0

  • Gentle Touch

    Learn the basics of robotics with a Raspberry Pi and a PiXtend controller.