Tag: linux

How to Install Pip on Ubuntu

Pip is a command line tool that allows you to install software packages written in Python. Learn how to install Pip on Ubuntu and how to use it for installing Python applications. There are numerous ways to install software on Ubuntu. You can install applications from …

Cozy is a Cozy Little Audiobook Player for Linux

We review Cozy, an audiobook player for Linux. Read to find out if it’s worth to install Cozy on your Linux system or not. Audiobooks are a great way to consume literature. Many people who don’t have time to read, choose to listen. Most people, myself …

Meet TUXEDO Nano V8: A Power-packed Linux Mini PC

TUXEDO Computers is known for building custom PCs or notebooks. They focus on Linux-powered systems while making sure that the hardware configuration they put together is completely compatible with Linux distributions. Recently, they pulled the curtains off a new product and revealed the TUXEDO Nano – …

ScreenCloud: The Screenshot++ App

ScreenCloud is an amazing little app, that you don’t even know you need. The default screenshot procedure on desktop Linux is great (Prt Scr Button) and we even have some powerful screenshot utilities like Shutter. But ScreenCloud brings one more really simple yet really convenient feature …

Tracktion’s T7 DAW is Now Free to Download on Linux

There are several good Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs) available for Linux. However, only a few of them are free to download. Now, Tracktion’s T7 DAW became a freeware (although, not an open source software) and it is available for free to download across multiple platforms (Linux, …

How to Create a Slideshow of Photos in Ubuntu 18.04

Creating a slideshow of photos is a matter of a few clicks. Here’s how to make a slideshow of pictures in Ubuntu 18.04 and other Linux distributions. Imagine yourself in a situation where your friends and family are visiting you and request you to show the …

How to Install and Use FreeDOS on VirtualBox

This step-by-step guide shows you how to install FreeDOS on VirtualBox in Linux. Installing FreeDOS on VirtualBox in Linux In November of 2017, I interviewed Jim Hall about the history behind the FreeDOS project. Today, I’m going to tell you how to install and use FreeDOS. …

MPV Player: A Minimalist Video Player for Linux

MPV is an open source, cross platform video player that comes with a minimalist GUI and feature rich command line version. VLC is probably the best video player for Linux or any other operating system. I have been using VLC for years and it is still …