Linux

How to set the program defaults in XFCE

Are you looking to change the default programs on your XFCE desktop on Linux? Not sure how to do it? We can help! Follow along as we go over how to set the program defaults in XFCE! Set “Preferred Applications” in XFCE Like many other desktop environments, XFCE has a …

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How to play Bully: Scholarship Edition on Linux

Bully: Scholarship Edition is a remaster of Rockstar Game’s “Bully,” a game about a young kid working his way through the social hierarchy of high school, meeting girls, making friends, and causing mischief. The game is an open world, which is typical of Rockstar. Here’s how to get it working …

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How to set up the ProtonMail Bridge on Linux

The ProtonMail Bridge allows Linux users to use their ProtonMail account with traditional email accounts. Even ones that do not support ProtonMail, or it’s sophisticated encryption features by default. Setting up the ProtonMail Bridge on Linux is tricky for new Linux users, but not impossible. If you’re a fan of …

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How to install the Cloudy GTK theme on Linux

The Cloudy GTK theme is a modification of the famous Arc theme. The design is that of material design, and it is stylish. It offers up a unique, bluish theme that reminds users of a cloudy sky. The Cloudy theme comes in a variety of different colors, including light grey, …

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How to customize the Linux terminal with bash aliases

An alias is effectively a “shortcut” command in Bash. For example, if you use the terminal in Ubuntu a lot, and get sick of typing sudo apt update;sudo apt upgrade -y all the time, you can create an alias called “update” that will execute those same commands without needing to …

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How to securely erase a USB flash drive on Linux

Have a USB flash drive with sensitive files on it? Do you plan on giving it away to a family member or friend, but want to securely erase it first? We can help! Follow along and we’ll show you how to securely erase a USB flash drive on Linux! Option …

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How to manage Flatpak permissions on Linux

Flatseal is an exciting application that allows any Linux user to manage Flatpak application permissions. It is an excellent tool that puts Linux users in control of their apps, in a world where programs ask for more and more access to our systems. In this guide, we’ll go over how …

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