Linux

Beginners guide to the Linux operating system. Eight simple tutorials which cover the basics of LInux.

10 wget command examples

We will show you 10 practical examples of the wget command. wget is a free utility that can be used to extract files using HTTP, HTTPS and FTP, which are considered the most widely used protocols on the Internet. Its name comes from World Wide Web + get. wget has many features, making it a… read more »

VLC Media Player 3.0.12 released with Apple Silicon Support

The VideoLAN team has announced the release of VLC 3.0.12 as the 13th version of the “Vetinari” branch. The new release features native support for Apple Silicon hardware, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and newer versions of the M1 processor for Mac mini. Other changes VLC 3.0.12 include: Fixed audio distortion when starting playback on macOS… read more »

How to Install Microsoft Edge Browser in Linux

In this article, we are going to learn how to Install Microsoft Edge Browser in Linux. A distant memory days where Microsoft products are not open-source and architected just for Windows. In their endeavors to make a solid impression in the Linux market, Microsoft has declared on the “Microsoft Ignite 2020” Edge program is available… read more »

Troubleshooting SELinux

SELinux is one of the most powerful security features on your Fedora system. It’s like the valet key for your computer services, just allowing them to access approved data. SELinux builds on its early reputation for being difficult. It now has configurable policies for the most popular applications, and provides additional security and confidence. However,… read more »

Check disk usage at the command line with du command

End users and system administrators sometimes need to get accurate figures for disk usage, in a folder (directory) or file. The du command can help with this. It is used to check disk space, and is one of the most useful commands for reporting disk usage. This utility is shipped with the Coreutils package and… read more »

Sidebar