Grml Live Linux: a distro for system administrators
Grml Live Linux is a distribution designed especially for system administrators, with repair tools
Grml Live Linux is a distribution designed especially for system administrators, with repair tools
Surely you have ever thought of using a website as an app (Google Docs, Canva,...), well, with Nativefier and Electron you can
If you need to remove awkward spaces from file names in your GNU/Linux distro, here is a simple tutorial
We tell you how to create a directory in Linux and manage its permissions to determine who can read, write or execute it.
If you want to try something new, and not only the most popular terminals, you should know Darktile, a very particular... and graphic
Linux kernel 5.16 is coming to an end, so users with this kernel installed will need to upgrade to 5.17
unsnap is a new tool to convert snap packages to Flatpak. Something interesting for everyone who sees a problem in snap...
Here we show you a way to install Ubuntu on a flash drive that will make it work as if it had been installed on a hard drive.
Security software (antivirus, firewall, ...) is always discussed, but there is also interesting hardware to shield your system
Here we explain how to run Dolphin as Root on your KDE desktop distro, also valid for other apps like Kate.
Arch Linux performs a management with the installed packages that can take up a lot of space. Keep an eye on the package cache to avoid this.
Status Page System is quite an interesting software to show some important parameters of the system and to solve problems
If you are trying to kill zombie processes on your GNU/Linux distribution, then here is a short and easy tutorial
If you need to find duplicate text within text files, with the Linux uniq command you can do it like this...
Many of the commands used in the terminal today date back many years. But there are modern alternatives. These are:
Here you will find what you should know about an IDS and which are the best ones that you can install on your Linux distro
If you are looking for an alternative to the Windows NVIDIA ReFlex program on your GNU / Linux distro, that is LatencyFleX.
The GoboLinux distribution is an alternative to the classic distros that redefines the hierarchy of the filesystem
If you are looking for more reliable, secure and with better privacy, as well as open services, these are the best cloud storage
Log4j has come to light, and vulnerability has spread like wildfire on social networks, with a multitude of memes. But what is it?
If you want to access an afp server and Linux 5.15 has bothered you, here we show you how to use afpfs-ng on your Linux or BSD based system.
The famous printing system for UNIX systems, CUPS, now comes in version 2.4 with very interesting news ...
The new version of the architecture emulator, QEMU, now reaches its version 6.2 with many improvements and new support
If you want to get information about the system in your GNU / Linux distro, you will be interested in knowing screenFetch, a very practical tool
If you are "lost" in Linux and want to locate what you are looking for, you can help yourself with these examples of the find command
Dependency Combobulator is a very practical and open source set of tools to fight against attacks
Have you ever added a repository to Ubuntu and seen the GPG error saying it couldn't be updated for security? Try this.
With this trick you will be able to change the Telegram download folder in KDE, as well as other applications that do not allow it due to a bug in XDG.
If you are using NVIDIA CUDA on your Linux distro for parallel programming and GPGPU use, you will surely want to know how to view the version.
fwupd is a little known open source project, but quite important, since it is used to update the firmware of ...
The htmlq command line tool is a simple program to extract HTML content in GNU / Linux
We explain how you can replay protected content (DRM) on your Raspberry Pi, albeit with two unofficial methods.
Rolling Rhino is a software with which we will convert Ubuntu Daily Live into a Rolling Release version with lifetime updates.
We show you how to install GIMP 2.99.x (GIMP 3 beta) on Linux from the Flathub beta repository for you to take a look.
It is now possible to play protected content on the Raspberry Pi and Raspberry Pi 400. DRM support officially arrived months ago.
In this article we show you how to install Ubuntu alongside another Linux-based operating system without what is known as a "bootloader".
VPN services are becoming more and more popular, even more so since telecommuting expanded to maintain security
If you want to get information about your system and your hardware quickly and intuitively, here are some of the best tools
If you need to obtain official certifications in Kubernetes and OpenShift to improve your job position, OpenExpo Europe brings you a gift
The popular Linux Mint distribution has already reached version 20.2. And you can now update to this version from 20 and 20.1
If you have ever wanted to use the disk usage du command but in a more intuitive way you have to know ncdu
The vizex tool is an alternative to view disk usage from the Linux terminal and other Unix systems
If you want to know another alternative to use remote desktops from your GNU / Linux distribution, you should know the X2Go software
Sometimes it is necessary to rename several files in Linux. If you don't want to go one by one, you can follow this tutorial
GlassFish is an interesting implementation of the Java platform that not many users are aware of, but it has powerful features
If you want to examine the accessibility of your GNOME desktop environment, then you should know about the Accerciser tool
Are you using an operating system in VirtualBox but can't access the USB ports? Here we show you how to do it on Linux.
The dmesg command can provide very important information about your computer and also help you troubleshoot your system.
If you have an ASUS brand laptop and a GNU / Linux distribution, you will be interested in knowing the bat command
If you are concerned about the security of your Linux systems and want to audit its status, you will be interested in knowing OpenSCAP
The 1Password password manager has been officially released for GNU / Linux after a long time in beta state
Come in and find out how to install Guitar Pro 7 on Linux, including the Soundbanks that will make it sound in the best possible way.
The ls command is one of the most used to list content in the terminal, instead, there are modern alternatives such as exa
If you want to know the procedure to install Tensorflow step by step on a cloud server, here is what you need
If you want to secure your data and encrypt a USB memory, such as a pendrive, on your Linux distro, here are the steps
Finit 4.0 is the new version of a system that could serve as a simple alternative to systemd and SysV init
If you want to build your own free and secure NAS storage system, here are some good management systems
Rust is in fashion and many see it as the new C. That is why more and more projects are written on it such as Zellij, a terminal multiplexer.
Virtual Cable's UDS Enterprise project is now in luck, achieving a Glyptodon Enterprise integration
If you are thinking of installing a backup application for your GNU / Linux distro, here are some of the best
The famous text editor vim is one of the most widely used, with a legion of fans. Gvim is the graphical version of this editor
In this article we explain how to enable the Containers option in Firefox without installing the Multi-Account Containers extension.
So that problems do not mine your data, you should have a good backup policy on your Linux by following these tips
In this article we will show you what Symlink is and how to use it, very useful, for example, if you have a hybrid hard drive with little SSD part.
In this article we show you how to access your AirPort Time Capsule information from your Linux-based operating system.
In this article we explain why Windows and Linux clocks do not get along and what to do so that the time does not change.
In this article we show you the easiest way to install Android-x86 on a pendrive thanks to the work of LineageOS.
FWTS stands for Firmware Test Suite, a complete toolkit for performing firmware tests on Linux
In this article we show you how to install Manjaro on a pendrive, and how to take advantage of that pendrive to install other distributions.
Flent is a complete kit to perform various tests to check the status of your network connections in Linux
Tilda is an unknown terminal for many, but it is available for Linux and can help you improve your experience
cheat is the command line tool that will help you to visualize and also create the famous cheatsheets
Although it is something for some developers and professionals, the UEFITool tool will allow you to work with firmware images
In this article we will tell you how to install Yay on Arch Linux-based distributions, which will facilitate AUR installations.
If you have a multitude of backup copies and you want a centralized software from which to manage them, Iberbox is what you are looking for
If you want to use your mobile screen as a touchpad for your Linux PC, you can use the Remote Touchpad app
Network administrators have quite a few tools that they can use to make their management easier, such as netcalc
If you use Touchegg for your Linux distro and want a much simpler setup, then you should know the Touche GUI
If you want to have multiple time zones configured in your Ubuntu without losing any of them, you can follow these simple steps
If you want to learn about Linux commands or have doubts, with the website explainshell.com you have a good resource for it
If you are in a text mode session on a local or remote system and you want to know if there is a desktop environment installed, you can like this ...
Most malware has infection files, but can malware exist without them? What is fileless malware?
When you search on your GNU / Linux system, you sure want to exclude some directories. So can...
The open source IPS Snort 3 has a new update with several new features that improve this fantastic tool.
Terminology 1.9 terminal emulator is a new version of this software that seems to work better on Debian and Debian-based distros ...
Many know the nmap port scanner, one of the most used and one of the best, but there are more programs that can help you ...
If you suspect that a storage unit is nearing its end, you can check the status with GSmartControl
Firefox includes a Task Manager that will help us to know what consumes more resources and battery to solve it.
The basename and dirname commands are two very common commands, but perhaps not well known to everyone. You should know its usefulness
If you need to transfer data from or to another device, whatever it is, Piping Server can help you a lot
With the find command you can locate files and directories with specific permissions, something interesting for audits and administration
If you want to delete all the files in a directory on your GNU / Linux distro, but you want to avoid deleting one of them, this is how you can do it ...
These are the most frequent reasons why a kernel panic could occur in your GNU / Linux distribution
Chrome 87 allows us to perform certain actions from the URL bar, and in this article we will show you how to activate the function.
If you are looking for an alternative to the ls command to list files and directories, then you should know the colorful colorls
pyelftools is a tool written in the Python programming language to analyze Linux ELF formats
In this article we explain how to install add-ons such as Resynthesizer and BIMP to the Flatpak version of the GIMP image editor.
Zeit is a program based on cron / at and that uses a graphical interface to program commands and scripts more easily
In this article we show you an alternative method to play DRM protected content on your Raspberry Pi board.
Manjaro offers us an image to install the operating system directly on a USB pendrive, and here we show you how to do it.
There is a very interesting program that perhaps you did not know. This is Linux nnn, which allows you to manage files from CLI
With the dupeGuru program you can easily locate and eliminate duplicate files that take up space on your hard drive
If you want to create an incremental backup then you can easily do it with the Linux rsync command
Warpinator is a simple program to be able to share files quickly and safely between remote GNU / Linux desktops
An engineer from the Oracle company has been working on an interesting project that can be resolved in three words: NVMe over TCP
Surely on some occasion you have had problems with broken packages. If so and you have a Debian / Ubuntu distro or ...
Here we show you how to install Chromium on Ubuntu 20.04 and derivatives and without using the Snap version that is officially offered.
If you've ever had to repeat a task repeatedly, Bash can help you with loops
The Junta de Andalucía returns to bet on digital education with a massive purchase of laptops with the Guadalinex Edu distro
ReaR is a very practical tool to make backup copies and restore for Linux servers that you will like
If you have problems with the network connection or want to monitor certain aspects, you can use the MTR tool for Linux
Super Container OS is a Debian-based distribution with a powerful container engine already implemented and ready to use.
If you want to hide files and directories in Linux, you already know that putting a period in front of the name does it. But there is also another way
There are quite interesting alternatives to the Apache web server, and they are open source like it. Here are some of the best
If you want to know some alternatives to the popular Docker for containers, then you should know the Podman project
To learn how to correctly verify an ISO image of your distro, you can follow these simple steps and you will save yourself trouble
Oracle's Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel continues its evolution and reaches version 6 for the Oracle distro. But ... do you know what it is?
The so-called Swiss Army Knife, or Swiss Army Knife of recovery to keep your data safe and sound, has arrived ...
If you are wondering how to be "native" in the famous Kubernetes project, so important in the cloud, here are the keys
Mangohud, a monitoring project with improvements in support for the OpenGL graphics API and also for NVIDIA GPUs on Linux
If you have updated Ubuntu and you have found that you can no longer open the text files that you have on your desktop, this is the solution
The CPU temperature is quite important to control that your computer works properly, with this program you can see it graphically
Opera GX is the web browser for gamers, and it has not yet reached Linux. But its GX Control to limit hardware resources you can use
Configuration beyond the typical desktop tweaks in Ubuntu with the powerful dconf editor tool that you can install
In this article we explain how to remove residual files in Linux, so that everything is cleaner after uninstalling a package.
Tools and ways to free up space on your hard drive and removable media if they fill up on GNU / Linux. This will prevent your disk from filling up
This is everything you need to know about the cat concatenation tool. A fairly popular program on GNU / Linux distros
Pipes or pipes are very practical in Linux, since they allow you to channel flows from the output of one program to the input of another.
These are some simple recommendations to have a good security policy in your GNU / Linux distribution, both for the home and for the server
Here is a tool and one simple steps to have Apple's macOS Catalina running on your favorite GNU / Linux distro
In this simple way you can check the temperature of your NVMe SSD hard drive in your favorite GNU / Linux distribution
Managing services in Linux can be complicated for some users by the different types of startup daemons. This tutorial clears it up for you
In this article we show you how you can connect to a hidden Wi-Fi network from your Raspberry Pi with Raspbian operating system.
In many cases it is preferable to have the names of the files and directories in lowercase. Go one by one renaming ...
Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform, new automation solutions and company enhancements for the enterprise sector
SUSE continues to advance, with new versions that improve the deployment / distribution of containerized and cloud-native apps
If you have installed a new version of a software package and want to go back to a previous version for any reason, we will show you how in Linux
You are one of those who have problems when working from the console or terminal with the names that have spaces, because read this and you will stop being it
Everything you need to know about the Linux unlink command. A tool that allows you to delete files and unlink links
sed is a command with a multitude of utilities that you can use in the terminal of your GNU / Linux distro. It's almost magical for all it can do for you
moreutils is a pack of utilities or tools for the Unix command line that can be installed on Linux and is very practical
We show you what a zombie process is on your Linux and how you can kill this type of "undead" in your distro in a simple way
We played with Linux pipes with some practical examples to see what pipes can do for you. Do you play with us?
Canonical will make Ubuntu 19.10 support ZFS system for the root partition as an experimental option in its installer.
udev does not take up space on your hard drive as you imagine, so do not try to modify your partitions or delete the space to allocate it to something else
If you frequently use weird or long file or directory paths, GoGo will probably help you by creating much shorter shortcuts on Linux.
The trash-cli command line tool can be a good substitute for rm so that you don't lose files that you don't want to delete entirely
If you are looking for a simple and effective tool to make backup copies of your system and restore, System Tar and Restore is the script you are looking for
Do you know what fragmentation is? Do you know why it happens? Do you know that it also affects the RAM and not just the hard drive? Do you know the types?
On other occasions I have already written about other interesting directories in LxA, even about the directory tree of ...
Portainer, a web-based graphical interface to manage your Docker connectors locally or remotely from a simple GUI
Red Hat Openshift 4, the Most Comprehensive Enterprise-Level Container Platform, Now Redefines Enterprise Kubernetes with New Release
ukuu, installing a new kernel on your Ubuntu distribution has never been so easy as with this graphical tool that we present to you
Slimbook continues its unstoppable development to improve its products as we have been saying for a long time in this blog. That…
In this article we show you what are the best changes you can make to the Ubuntu dock to make it look better and be more productive.
Installations from scratch will no longer be a problem with apt-clone and Aptik, which allow you to backup and restore all your apps and settings
Easter eggs or easter eggs in Linux, we tell you some of the most striking to celebrate a Pacua linuxera.
In this article we show you a command to move the close, restore and minimize buttons in Ubuntu 19.04 and its GNOME environment.
The fractional scale is already available in Ubuntu 19.04 in experimental phase. In this article we explain how to activate it in Disco Dingo.
Systemd-boot is an alternative to the GRUB bootloader, but ... are you really interested in this bootloader? We explain it to you ...
Step-by-step installation guide for your GNU / Linux distro on SSD hard drives with M.2, NVMe, PCI Express and Intel OPtane interfaces
InstallVPS, the project that allows you to get your dedicated server or VPS ready with a single click. You can easily build the server with your favorite apps
The Linux 5.1 kernel has not yet come out, but it is already working intensively on it so that it comes with the best. And among the improvements, patches for EXT4 and Btrfs
We explain the directory tree of the GNU / Linux operating system in a simple way so that you know its folders in depth
Having a swap partition in Linux is not always necessary, but it is convenient. In this article we go over some ways to determine the proper size.
We present some basic commands or commands that you should know with the tar tool to handle tarballs in Linux
If you are looking for an alternative to the find command that is quick to search for things in your Linux distro, the fd program will seem very practical.
If you want to learn step by step to configure a network printer in your GNU / Linux distribution, here is this step-by-step tutorial
If you want to know what a connection broker is and get to know UDS Enterprise, one of the best open source connection brokers, we inform you about it ...
Guide on supercomputing, all the secrets of supercomputers told in this mega post so that this world has no secrets for you
Windows Server made a fool of 6 free Linux distributions in a server test: Ubuntu, Debian, openSuSE, Clear Linux, Antergos
Intel Optane DC, high speed solid state memory, will be supported in SUSE Linux Enterprise Sever for SAP applications
Today we present the Hegemon tool, a tool that could be the "hegemony" in the world of sysadmin in Linux if it continues like this
Today we explain the operation of the dmidecode command with some practical examples to obtain information about your hardware in Linux
When we handle binaries with the help of package management tools, everything is very simple. We install and uninstall easily ...
VirtualBox 6.0, Oracl's free and open source hypervisor, is now available for download and use, with new features
With the interesting ultimate plumber or up program you can work like a plumber with Linux pipes in the terminal.
From LinuxAdictos we do one of our exclusive interviews, this time one directed to the cybersecurity company ESET.
Great guide on file permissions in Gnu / Linux and how to be able to apply them using the chmod command, but also using graphical tools ...
If you want a tool to remove garbage from your GNU / Linux distribution from the command line, autotrash is your tool.
Tutorial to learn step by step how to encrypt and decrypt files on your GNU / Linux distribution and keep your data safe thanks to GnuPG or GPG
LikeWise is a good solution to manage Microsoft Active Directory logins and domains in our GNU / Linux distro
In this tutorial we teach you how to eliminate annoying duplicate files to save space on our hard drive from your favorite GNU / Linux distro
CYA is a powerful tool for snaptshots of your operating system and restoration that works from Bash on your GNU / Linux distro
We show you how you can update the BIOS or UEFI of your computer from your favorite GNU / Linux distribution, and thus protect yourself from vulnerabilities.
If you work remotely with your computer or server, or you just want to make some adjustments using your mobile device without having to be there, Dropbear SSH is a light alternative to the famous OpenSSH project, an interesting option for those who need something less heavy.
Perhaps it has happened to you that you need to have the latest version of Java installed in your GNU / Linux distro and from the repositories of your distribution, Tutorial to install Oracle Java in its latest version in your GNU / Linux distribution, enjoying the benefits of the virtual machine in our system
Small guide on how to customize the terminal of our distribution with a simple but powerful tool called Neofetch ...
JWM is a lightweight window manager that we can install on any Gnu / Linux distribution and that allows us to save computer resources as much as possible.
Surely, and if you do not already know, you know that in Linux several versions of the same program or command can be installed at the same time, that is, we can If you have wondered how to change the version of a command in your GNU / Linux distro , we explain it to you in this simple tutorial
ArchIO is a free script that allows us to install the necessary programs through a terminal and through text ...
Snapcraft is a tool that will help us install applications in snap format in any distribution, an increasingly popular package format ...
Small tutorial on how to install a LAMP server on Ubuntu Server, a fairly popular distribution among server and web users ...
Small tutorial on how to add or remove startup programs in Gnu / Linux distributions. A guide to make it among the most famous and popular desktops within the Gnu / Linux world ...
Defragmentation is the convenient process by which files are arranged on a disk so that fragments of each of them are not seen, in such a way that the file is contiguous and without spaces within it. Basically the system orders and has a mapping of the position of the files ...
Small tutorial on how to change the root password in Fedora for those who have forgotten their password or have it stolen by a hacker ...
Yaourt is a community-contributed wrapper for Pacman, which adds comprehensive access to the AUR repository, allowing automation of package compilation and installation of PKGBUILDs chosen from the thousands in the AUR, in addition to the thousands of Arch Linux binary packages available.
Small tutorial on how to activate the Wake-on-lan function of the network card of our Gnu / Linux system. An interesting function for those who work remotely as they can do ...
Small guide on how to create and configure shortcuts in any Gnu / Linux distribution. This can be achieved through the .desktop files that are compatible with any Gnu / Linux distribution
Small tutorial on how to clean and optimize the package manager and storage of Pacman and Arch Linux-based distributions ...
If you want to unprotect a pen drive or USB memory from its write protection or if you want to put write protection so that it can only be read, in this article we will show you how.
If you want to keep your system and data safe, Restic is a good application to make backup copies quickly, safely and efficiently on your GNU / Linux distro.
On a previous occasion, I shared with you a tutorial on how to install Yaourt on our system, with which we have access to a large number of packages maintained by the community, packages that we cannot find within the official Arch Linux repositories.
Within the routes that are created in the operating system we have the personal folders where they are supposed to be used to store the different types of files or also to be able to categorize our documents and files within them.
Trizen is a lightweight AUR package manager that we can use in all GNU / Linux distributions based on Arch Linux ...
Sometimes we find that we need to know if a program or package is installed on the system ...
You already know that there are many programs that will help us manage our disk partitions in Linux, but many ...
If you are a Manjaro Linux user, you will know Octopi perfectly, which is an excellent software manager with which we can install and manage the packages found within the repositories.
Small guide on how to enable and make the sudo command work in Debian Stretch, the latest version of the most famous and popular mother distro of all time.
There are many ways to collaborate with the free software and open source community, from writing articles or manuals, translating ...
Intel wanted to excuse itself that Meltdown and Specter was their problem, then rectified and made a public statement in ...
We all know the benefits of virtualization and its importance in current computing, and therefore surely you will know projects ...
There are several ways to disable storage on media connected through the USB port of your computer, this can be ...
We return to the usual problem that becomes an advantage for many advanced users of GNU / Linux and is the ...
Small guide or tutorial on how to kill a process or terminate a program in any Gnu / Linux distribution, for desktop or server ...
Some have asked me about a functionality that the latest versions of Microsoft Windows have that you can use ...
Jim Pingle from Netgate has announced the availability of this new version of this FreeBSD-based operating system and…
Permissions are a very interesting topic in the Unix world and one of the most valued peculiarities of this ...
The Linux kernel is not invulnerable as some believe. Although GNU / Linux is a fairly secure operating system, ...
We always talk about commands to run in the Linux CLI, consoles, terminal emulators, etc. But this time…
Tilix (aka Terminix) is an interesting terminal emulator based on GTK3 like so many other alternatives that we have ...
The day of the dead is coming and that is why we want to do this little tutorial from LxA to talk about the ...
After a successful installation of Fedora 26, it is necessary to give the system a catching hand, since the packages have to be updated ...
There are distributions loaded with hundreds or more than a thousand tools for security and auditing, ...
Resetter is a tool that restores Ubuntu's factory or default parameters in a few minutes, for ...
TimeShift is a system restore program for Linux similar to what Windows has with the Restore option ...
The answer is yes and no. Many portals echoed the news of the 6.91% share of Linux ...
Canonical's graphical server, MIR, goes ahead and will be present in the new version of Ubuntu, being more compatible with its rivals ...
Small tutorial on how to remove old kernels in our Debian distribution. A simple method of optimization of the oldest distribution ...
Small tutorial on how to update programs that we have in Arch Linux without needing an Internet connection, just a pendrive that does it all ...
Tmate is a program that comes to provide an alternative like others that exist, among which are the ...
You will already know the tools lsusb, lspci, hwinfo, dmidecode, smartctl, acpi, etc., which we have in our GNU / Linux environments for ...
Sometimes, when new kernels are installed on our computer with the respective updates of our distribution, some device from ...
There are several ways to change from one directory to another, you know that the most used is the command cd ...
In general, all users know if their system is 32 or 64-bit, since when they downloaded the ...
Suricata is a famous open source project, as you well know, and it is also available for various platforms, including ...
Gnome Tweak Tool has changed its name. The important Gnome customization tool will now be called Gnome Tweaks ...
Microsoft has released an RC of SQL Server for Gnu / Linux, a version that suggests that the final version for Linux servers will soon be available ...
All those who already know GNU / Linux or Unix systems will know the ps command that allows us to monitor processes, like this ...