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Install Blender 3D on Debian 10 (Buster)

Blender is an integrated 3D package for modeling, animation, rendering, post-production, interactive creation and playback (games). Blender has its own user interface that is fully OpenGL and designed with speed in mind. Python bindings are scriptable; The community has implemented import / export functionality for popular file formats such as 3D Studio and Wavefront Obj…. read more »

Top 5 apps to learn a second language

To You can download this article in PDF format via the link below to support us. Download the guide in PDF format turn off To To To There was a time when language learning resources were limited to one or two books in your public library, and any native speaker who could be found in… read more »

How to save terminal command line output to a file

Normally, when you run a command in the terminal, the command output is printed directly to the terminal and displayed. You can also run it in a bash-based terminal if you want to save the output to an external text file. Example: Ubuntu. Redirect the output and save it to a text file. Useful for… read more »

How to install Linux kernel 5.8 on Ubuntu

Linus Torvalds Announced The release of Linux kernel 5.8 two days ago on Sunday. Here’s how to install it on Ubuntu or Linux Mint. The new features of Linux Kernel 5.8 are: Qualcomm Adreno 405/640/650 open source support. AMD GPU TMZ support. Supports Intel Tiger Lake SAGV. Support for new Arm SoCs and platforms. AMD… read more »

Check total directory size from Ubuntu command line

On Ubuntu, you can easily view the total size of a directory or folder from the command line tools in the terminal. And the good thing is that you don’t need a special GUI app for this. This can be displayed with the du command. du is a short form of disk usage. This article… read more »

How To Install OpenSnitch Application-Level Firewall In Ubuntu

OpenSnitch is a Linux port of the Little Snitch firewall application for MacOS, currently considered beta software.[[Later edit]] the original OpenSnitch was abandoned. There’s a fork with improvements and bug fixes that’s currently in development, so I suggest using the fork instead of the unmaintained project. See this article for details. If you’re looking for… read more »

How to Install Mac OS Catalina Theme in Ubuntu 20.04

This simple tutorial shows how to install Mac OS Catalina style Gnome Shell theme and icons in Ubuntu 20.04 LTS. Following steps include how to install the GTK theme, icon theme, tweak panel appearance, and install useful extensions.When everything’s done, your Gnome desktop will look like: 1. First install Gnome Tweaks and required theme engines…. read more »

Pros and cons of switching a gaming PC to Linux

To You can download this article in PDF format via the link below to support us. Download the guide in PDF format turn off To To To Picture src: Pixar Today, desktop computers use three core operating systems − Windows, Apple system with Linux. Understandably, Apple desktops will automatically pre-install macOS, providing gamers with other… read more »

gksu Removed From Ubuntu, Here’s The Recommended Replacement

The gksu package, which provides GTK+ front-ends for su (gksu) and sudo (gksudo), was removed from the Ubuntu 18.04 repositories (and Linux Mint 19 Tara), so it won’t be available starting with this Ubuntu release.gksu is used to allow elevating your permissions when running graphical applications, for example in case you want to run a… read more »