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How to install GitKraken on Linux

GitKraken is a robust Git client that can help you take control of your programming code. In this guide, we’ll go over how to install it on Linux systems. Note: aside from Linux, the GitKraken Git client also supports Mac OS and Windows. For more information, head here. Ubuntu installation …

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How to connect to Ubuntu from macOS

If you use Ubuntu Linux but also use an Apple computer running macOS, you may be interested in finding out how to connect your Mac to Ubuntu. In this guide, we will go over how easy it is to connect to Ubuntu from Mac OS using the command-line, and the …

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How to play Sinclair ZX Spectrum games on Linux

The ZX Spectrum is an 8-bit computer released in the UK by Sinclair Research. It sold 5 million units and was in production from 1982 to 1992. The Spectrum was very similar to the Commodore 64 and was used for both video games and personal computing. In this guide, we’ll …

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How to disable Bluetooth in Ubuntu

Bluetooth is becoming a fact of daily computer life on Linux, and more and more Bluetooth dongles and PCI cards are finding support in the Linux kernel. However, not everyone likes to have this technology enabled all of the time, as it can contribute to battery drain. Many Linux distributions …

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How to get Linux kernel 5.3 on Debian 10 Stable

Debian Linux is known for being stable and unchanging. For most, this philosophy is pretty great. Everything works well, and nothing breaks down. However, this stability comes at a cost. Often, users are stuck on an old, outdated Linux kernel. If you love the idea of keeping your packages stable …

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How to use Ubuntu PPAs on Debian Linux

Ubuntu Linux is built off of the Debian Unstable branch and uses the same underlying technologies, such as Apt, DEB packages, and other core components. It is what is known as a “derivative” of Debian Linux. Although Ubuntu is a derivative of Debian, Debian users cannot use PPAs very easily. …

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How to install the Celluloid video player on Linux

Celluloid is a media player for Linux. It is a front-end to the command-line app MPV and can handle many video and audio formats. Additionally, the app Celluloid has support for MPRIS (media key controls) and allows users to manage playback right from the keyboard. Celluloid is a small app, …

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How to connect to Ubuntu from Windows

Do you need to access a remote Ubuntu PC or Server from your Microsoft Windows PC? Unsure about how to do it? Follow along with this guide as we show you how to connect to Ubuntu from Windows! Note: this guide covers Windows 10. If you are not using Windows …

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How to install the Arc icon theme on Linux

Arc icons is an icon theme for the Linux desktop, intended to be installed alongside the Arc GTK theme. It’s a beautiful, modern icon theme that takes inspiration from Moka, Papirus, and others. In this guide, we’ll show you how to get it working on your system. Downloading Arc icons …

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How to install the Manjarin GTK theme on Linux

The Manjarin GTK theme is a modification of another theme by the name of Telinkrin. The purpose of this theme to help the Manjaro Gnome edition look better, but it’s not exclusive to Manjaro. The design of the GTK theme looks great and has vibrant colors of green, grey, and …

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