Linux

How to play World of Tanks Blitz on Linux

World of Tanks Blitz is an action-packed PvP MMO game where players battle against each other in military tanks. In this guide, we’ll go over how you can get World of Tanks Blitz to work on the Linux platform. Getting World of Tanks Blitz working World of Tanks Blitz is a …

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How to upgrade to Pop_OS 20.10

Pop_OS, the operating system developed and maintained by Linux computer manufacturer System76 has a new release. It is Pop_OS 20.10, which is based on the new Ubuntu 20.10. Pop_OS 20.10 is the best update yet, packed with lots of improvements and new features! In this guide, we’ll show you how …

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How to add file folders to the XFCE4 menu

XFCE4 is an excellent Linux desktop environment, but one of its shortcomings is that users aren’t able to access folders directly from the menu like other modern desktops such as Gnome, KDE, Cinnamon, etc.  If you’d like to access your favorite file folders right from the XFCE 4 menu, this …

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How to play Among Us on Linux

Among Us is a multiplayer social deduction video game. The player is put in a game with other human players and works to complete tasks while also working to find the “imposter” among them.  Among Us is incredibly popular, but, sadly, the game does not have a native port for …

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How to install CentOS 8 workstation

CentOS is a rock-solid, reliable Linux distribution similar to Debian, but with RPMs and RedHat technology rather than DEB and Debian tech. It’s used a lot on servers, but did you know that you can also use it as a desktop Linux distribution? In this guide, we’ll show you how …

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4 best Raspberry Pi server distros

Are you looking for a Linux server distribution to run on your Raspberry Pi? Can’t figure out what distribution to use? We can help! Follow along with this list as we talk about the 4 best Raspberry Pi server distros! 1. Ubuntu Server Ubuntu Server is one of the best …

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How to run the sudo command without a password

The sudo command is an excellent part of the Linux command-line. It allows users to execute root commands without needing to log into root, protecting their security. The problem is, to use the sudo command, you’ll need to enter your password. Having to enter your password to execute the sudo …

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How to hide snap packages from lsblk on Linux

Snap packages are an excellent Linux technology that the community is embracing, as it offers a lot of features and benefits. However, sometimes Snap packages can cloud out your command-line output when the lsblk command runs in the terminal, and it can be incredibly annoying. In this guide, we’ll go …

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How to install the PurpIE Gnome Shell theme on Linux

PurpIE (AKA Rounded-Rectangle-Purple) is a Gnome Shell theme that turns your Gnome desktop from the basic black/grey/blue colors to a refreshing purple. In this guide, we’ll show you how to install PurpIE and set it up as the default theme. Downloading PurpIE  The PurpIE Gnome Shell theme is available for …

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How to host a chat server with OpenFire on Linux

OpenFire is a cross-platform, real-time chat server that is based on the XMPP protocol. It’s perfect if you’re looking to host your own chat server but don’t want to deal with complicated apps like RocketChat, Mattermost, and others. In this guide, we’ll show you how to set up the OpenFire …

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