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6 Best KDE Plasma 5 Widgets For Your Linux Desktop
One of the best things about being a KDE Plasma 5 user is the selection of widgets they let you install. Thanks to these widgets, users can modify the default experience in favor of something that better suits their needs. People love KDE Plasma 5 widgets and they’re spoiled for choice. This makes finding good widgets […]
How To Use VLC With Chromecast On Linux
VLC is distributed on most Linux distributions. Unfortunately, that version is most likely version 2.x, and not the new 3.0 version. One of the major new features added to VLC 3.0 is support for Chromecast. If you want to use VLC with Chromecast, and watch videos, you will need to upgrade to version 3.0. There […]
How To Upgrade To Libre Office 6.0 On Linux
Libre Office 6.0 has been released! If you’re running an older version and you’re excited to try new features, now may be a great time to install the upgrade. In this article, we’ll go over all the different ways users can upgrade to the latest version of Libre Office. In order for Libre Office to […]
Microsoft’s Newest OS is Based on Linux
Microsoft loves Linux so much that its latest operating system is based on Linux. Azure Sphere OS is designed to run on embedded devices and IoT.
How To Use SLSK To Back Up Steam Game Saves On Linux
Need to back up Steam game saves on Linux but not sure how? Consider checking out SLSK, the Steam Linux Swiss Knife. It’s a program that allows Linux users to quickly find and back up any Steam game saves under Linux. It also has other features, such as backing up game configuration files, and even […]
Ubuntu Studio Plans a Reboot for 18.10 release
Do you use Ubuntu Studio? Chances are you don’t — but the team behind the creatively curated community spin hope that’ll change in the near future. Plans are afoot to “reboot” Ubuntu Studio for its upcoming October release. There’s talk of new software, a new look, a new website, and a renewed sense of purpose. […]
How To Install Wine Staging On Linux
Does your Linux distribution have a painfully outdated version of Wine? If so, consider upgrading it to Wine Staging. Wine Staging is a patched development version of Wine with the latest technologies. Installing it is a good idea if the version of Wine your Linux PC comes with is missing features (due to its age). […]
Use Font Finder to Quickly Browse & Install Google Fonts on Ubuntu
If you’re looking for a decent font finder app for Linux then you need look no further than the perfectly named ‘Font Finder’. Font Finder is a free, open source app for Linux that lets you sift through, sort and and install fonts from the huge Google Fonts archive, all from the comfort of your desktop. […]
This post, Use Font Finder to Quickly Browse & Install Google Fonts on Ubuntu, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
How To Play Video From The Terminal In Linux With Mplayer
On Linux, a great way to play video files with the terminal. Going this route means you bypass all of the fancy UI elements in favor of simplicity. Introducing Mplayer, it’s a powerful command-line based video player that you can use to play video from the Terminal. It supports many different media formats, and works […]
How To Install A Debian Package On Any Linux Distribution
Debian packages are the most famous packages in all of Linux. 9 times out of 10 when someone is moving a program over to Linux, they’re putting out as a Debian package i.e., a DEB file. Having Linux support, even if it’s only with one type of Linux distribution is nice. That said, not every […]
Ubuntu Spotted in ‘Maze Runner: The Death Cure’
If you plan on renting a copy of Maze Runner: The Death Cure when it hits home media later this month, you may spot something familiar that’ll have you spitting your popcorn out. An eagle-eyed Reddit user spotted Ubuntu, complete with the Unity desktop, being used in the latest instalment of the Maze Runner film franchise. I have not […]
First GNOME 3.28 Point Release Is Now Rolling Out
Developers have issued the first point release to GNOME 3.28, which was released last month. GNOME 3.28.1 brings a boat load of bug fixes for a stack of GNOME desktop components, modules and apps. And, because I know you’ll want ask, the answer is no: a fix for the big GNOME memory leak issue is not […]
How To Install Irssi And Use IRC From The Linux Terminal
IRC is one of the primary means of communication within the Linux community. Despite its age, major projects still use it. There are a lot of different IRC clients on Linux to choose from, but by far one of the most popular is Irssi. The reason that Irssi is so popular is that it is a […]
How To Install VMWare Workstation Pro 14 On Linux
There are a lot of virtualization tools for the Linux platform, but by far, one of the most used (at least in terms of the enterprise) is VMware. It’s not hard to see why many people go with VMware. It’s a solid set of tools, backed up by a huge company, with support around the […]
Elisa Music Player Makes Its Debut Release
The Elisa music player is a Qt-based open source music player for Linux and, uniquely, for Windows.
How To Install The Cozy Audiobook Player On Linux
Need a modern Audiobook player for the Linux desktop? Consider installing the Cozy Audiobook Player. It is a modern audiobook player for the Linux desktop. The program uses the latest GTK3 technology and is one of the better-looking tools for managing audiobook files on the platform. Cozy has a lot to offer, especially with its […]
How To Install The Qupzilla Browser On Linux
Tired of the big browsers and looking for an open source alternative that respects your privacy? Check out the Qupzilla browser. It’s the official browser of the KDE project and there’s a lot to love. For starters, it uses a “native widget style” to integrate with nearly every Linux desktop environment (even non-KDE ones). It […]
How To Install Telegram On Linux
There are many different ways to install Telegram on Linux. In this article, we’ll go over all of the different ways to get this program running on your system. We’ll cover instructions for Ubuntu, Fedora, Debian and Arch Linux. We’ll also go over how to get the Telegram Snap package and Flatpak program working. Note: […]
The 5 Best IRC Clients To Use On Linux
In need of a good IRC client for Linux but not sure what one to use? We’ve got you covered! In this article, we’ll be going over the five best IRC clients available on the Linux platform. We’ll cover the features, specific use-cases, and where you can download them. Please understand that there are dozens […]
Ubuntu 18.04 Makes it Easier to Install Kernel Updates without Rebooting
Ubuntu 18.04 LTS makes it easy to enable linux kernel live patching via the Canonical Livepatch Service via a new sign-in option in the updates manager.
This post, Ubuntu 18.04 Makes it Easier to Install Kernel Updates without Rebooting, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
How To Install Otter Browser On Linux
The Otter browser focuses on maintaining the old version of the Opera browser (before it switched to something based on Chromium). It tries very hard to implement the old Opera rendering engine, as well as countless features like “notes,” a password management system, and speed dial. The Otter browser is quite popular, but hardly any […]
How To Host A TeamSpeak Server On Linux
Are you a Linux gamer who needs voice chat, but you’re not interested in using cloud solutions like Discord? If you’ve got a home server, consider using a “roll-your-own” solution instead like hosting a TeamSpeak server. Create New User The first step in setting up your TeamSpeak server on Linux is to create a user specifically […]
‘GameMode’ is a new tool that can improve gaming performance on Linux
Wish you could wring every single drop of performance from your computer when gaming on Linux? Well, a new open source tool from games porting company Feral Interactive wants to help you do exactly that. Say hello to GameMode. GameMode is all about performance Launched today, ‘GameMode’ is a small daemon/lib combo for Linux that allows games […]
This post, ‘GameMode’ is a new tool that can improve gaming performance on Linux, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
How To Backup A Virt-Manager Virtual Machine On Linux
Virt-Manager is one of the better open source, KVM virtualization management tools on Linux. With it, setting up multiple virtual machines is a simple, streamlined process. In this article today, we’ll be covering all of the various ways users can create a backup of a Virt-Manager virtual machine. Note: Virt-Manager isn’t the only way to […]
How To Use Telegram In The Linux Terminal With Telegram-CLI
Have you ever wanted to send messages from your Telegram account with the Linux terminal? If so, consider checking out the Telegram-CLI program. It’s a complete re-imagining of Telegram for the Linux terminal. It functions very similarly to the traditional graphical program for Linux, with a key difference. Instead of a nice graphical interface, users […]
‘Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration’ Hits Linux April 19
The Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration Linux port will be released in April, games porting company Feral Interactive has revealed. The acclaimed game will support the Vulkan API on Linux.
This post, ‘Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration’ Hits Linux April 19, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
How To Install The Mumble Client On Linux
Previously, on Addictivetips, we covered how to get the Murmur VOIP server component of Mumble working on Linux. Well, we’re back to talk about Mumble again, except this time we’ll be discussing all the ways that users can install the Mumble client to Linux. In addition to discussing how to install the Mumble client, we’ll […]
How To Install The Teamspeak Client On Linux
The TeamSpeak client for Linux can be installed in many different ways. Some Linux distributions have pre-compiled, installable binary packages while others do not. In this article, we’ll be going over all of the different ways users can install this software. In addition to explaining how to install the TeamSpeak client on Linux, we’ll also […]
How To Add Facebook Messenger Chat On Linux With Pidgin IM
Long ago, Facebook used XMPP for their chat. This protocol made connecting user profiles to chat clients (especially on Linux) very easy. A couple of years ago, the social media company ditched the old chat protocol for their own solution. As a result, the old ways to connect to connect Facebook Messenger chat broke to […]
Improved Flathub Website Makes It Easier to Find Flatpak Apps
It just got a whole heap easier to find and install Flatpak apps on Linux distros like Ubuntu. A new version of the Flathub website is now live on Flathub.org, albeit in beta. The improved front-end to what is the de facto Flatpak app store offers search, browsing and install options. It’s packed with app descriptions, […]
This post, Improved Flathub Website Makes It Easier to Find Flatpak Apps, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
How To Host A Mumble Server On Linux
Many gamer-friendly voice chat solutions are popping up on Linux. However, a lot of these solutions are hosted in the cloud, are proprietary, and fully control the user’s data. Proprietary tools may be convenient, but if you care about privacy and owning your data, there’s a better way to voice-chat with your friends; a Mumble […]
Ubuntu 18.04 Gives Nautilus a Striking New Look
There’s a rather large visual change in Ubuntu 18.04 that I’ve only just noticed. It’s not because the change in question is subtle or easy to miss. It’s because I have only just booted up a copy of the Bionic Beaver thanks to the release of Ubuntu 18.04 beta 2. And wow; the change dramatically alters the appearance […]
Ubuntu 18.04 Final Beta Available to Download
The Ubuntu 18.04 beta download is ready for testing. Grab your USB thumb drive and help test the release that will become the next LTS version of Ubuntu.
How To Backup The Cinnamon Desktop Settings On Linux
If you’re looking to backup the Cinnamon desktop settings for future use, a backup solution like Deja-Dup won’t work. Instead, to create a complete backup of the way your Cinnamon setup looks, you’ll need to interact with various configuration files, dump them out and set them aside as a backup. Backup The Cinnamon Desktop To […]
The Slimbook Curve is a Stunning All-in-One Linux PC
Yodel an aloha to the Slimbook Curve — an all-in-one Linux PC with an alluring curved edge-to-edge display. Call me old fashioned but I’m (still) a huge fan of desktop computers. I like having something big and bulky on my desk, purring away, helping me crunch through whatever workload I’m trying to avoid tackle. So all-in-one PCs are very […]
This post, The Slimbook Curve is a Stunning All-in-One Linux PC, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
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