• Tutorial – Heimer

    Mind maps help you organize your thoughts and ideas in a clear-cut tree structure. Heimer can help you draw those trees.

  • Magic Shell

    Atuin adds some handy queries to the shell history function, while letting you synchronize your command history across the network.

  • AppImage, Flatpak, and Snap

    The traditional package management systems on Linux are now somewhat outdated, but AppImage, Flatpak, and Snap see some interesting new management systems enter the fray.

  • Molecule Editor

    Drawings of molecules can be made with a graphics program like Inkscape. But structural formulas turn out even better if you use the JChemPaint professional molecule editor.

News and Articles

  • Xfce 4.18 is Coming Soon and Offers Subtle Improvements

    The Xfce team has announced the release date of the next iteration of the desktop, which includes a good number of features to polish the fan-favorite Linux UI.

  • Orange Pi Board Has Arch-Based Linux Distribution in the Works

    The developers of the Orange Pi board are planning to release an Arch-based Linux distribution available for its hardware as an alternative to Orange Pi OS.

  • Mixology

    A little caution can save you hours of frustrating work (plus, options for mixing gone awry).

  • Zack's Kernel News

    Chronicler Zack Brown reports on the little links that bring us closer within the Linux kernel community.

  • Universal Connector

    For a long time, TeamViewer and AnyDesk dominated the remote maintenance software market. Recently, a new player entered the scene in the form of the free and GPL-licensed RustDesk.

  • Programming Snapshot – Terminal Dashboard

    Using extensions in Go and Ruby, Mike Schilli adapts the WTF terminal dashboard tool to meet his personal needs.

  • Welcome

    Does it seem like the times are changing? I know what you're going to say, "The times are always changing in high tech," which is certainly true. But sometimes they are changing in ways you don't think they should be changing.

  • On the DVD

    Ubuntu 22.10 and AlmaLinux 9.0

  • Translator

    To make programs useful to a worldwide audience, you need to build in support for multiple languages. Catgets is a tool that helps you reach beyond your mother tongue.

  • Snoop Guard

    LibreWolf, a modified Firefox-based web browser, simplifies configuration and puts a stop to malware and spying.

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