I’ve been using qemu and libvirt to create and manage virtual machines under Linux. I’m using Virtual Machine Manager to graphically manage the machines. I’ve been really impressed with qemu + KVM performanace, and Virt-Manager provides a very nice and … Continued
If you have a need to install Deb packages in Arch Linux, here we outline a few ways that you can install the application. Source: How to Install Deb Package in Arch Linux – Make Tech Easier
Source: This article explains how to find all files containing specific text on Linux. For this we’ll use grep, a standard Unix program.
Source: I was looking for a way to get WebP image thumbnails in GTK applications (especially Nautilus / GNOME Files), and most solutions I found were ‘hacky’, until I found the rather unknown WebP GDK Pixbuf Loader library. So I … Continued
Source: TICKR is a news ticker desktop widget – a feed reader that displays news headlines as a small scrolling text line (ticker) on your desktop, available for Linux and Microsoft Windows.
Source: PDF Arranger 1.7.0 has been released with new features, like the ability to crop white borders, allow export to individual files, allow selection of odd or even pages, support for editing more PDF metadata tags, and more.
Source: OpenSnitch, an application-level firewall for Linux, has been updated to version 1.3.0 which adds a process details dialog, RPM GUI packages, and more.
This brief tutorial describes how to convert DEB packages into Arch Linux packages using Debtap in Linux operating systems. Source: How To Convert DEB Packages Into Arch Linux Packages – OSTechNix
Source: Touchegg, a multi-touch gesture recognizer for Linux that was first released back in 2011, and which haven’t been updated in years, was completely rewritten about 2 months ago “to incorporate the new technologies that are available today on the … Continued
Source: This article explains how to repeat a command every X seconds on Linux, in 2 ways: using watch, and using sleep in a while loop (with a way to avoid time drift when using long-running commands).