The Linux “ls” command is your best friend when needing to list the contents of a directory. It’s also one of the most basic commands. In this entry to the Linux Command Line series, we’ll examine one of the most used commands in the Linux toolkit.
Cloud computing has become standard fare for many users. Dropbox is a user-level application that allows the user to seamlessly “drop” files into a remote server with drag and drop ease. Fortunately there is a Linux client for dropbox. This article will introduce you to Dropbox in Linux.
The OpenOffice suite of office tools is to Linux what Microsoft Office is to Windows. Only OpenOffice does Office one better – it’s free. This application is a must-have for any Linux user.
You’re interested in giving Linux a try but there are so many options (on so many levels) you don’t know where to begin. One area that could put much of that fear at ease is deciding upon a desktop to use. This series of articles will help you to determine which Linux desktop is best suited for you.
Linux is a fantastic operating system with lots of ways to help make your computing space a bit greener. On of those methods is the often troubled suspend/hibernate. On laptops this is a very tricky, often frustrating system to get working. In this article I will give you some pointers.