Ever wondered how to install new kernel releases on Ubuntu? Using Ukuu (which stands for ‘Ubuntu Kernel Update Utility’) is one way to do it. This straight Fonte: Ukuu Makes it Easy to Install Mainline Linux Kernels on Ubuntu – … Continued
One of my favourite Linux applications is the command-line utility youtube-dl, which I use quite often to download YouTube videos or extract only the audio, either for leisure or work purposes. Dow… Source: Downloading YouTube video or only audio
Can you finally break loose from the command-line tether? These 10 tools might do the trick. Source: Free yourself from the command line with these 10 GUI tools for Linux – TechRepublic
inxi -xxAv6 command gather system and hardware information on Linux servers and desktops. In this article i will explain how to install and use inxi on linux. Source: Inxi great tool to check system information on linux
Xubuntu 15.10 “Wily Werewolf” introduces a new application for managing panel layouts in Xfce, Xfce Panel Switch. This is a simple utility application that fills a void for appeara… Source: Xfce Panel Switch: Introduction | Sean M. Davis
Terminal-based system information tools are unashamedly geeky — and yet undoubtedly useful, too. Source: NeoFetch — See System Information from the Command Line on Linux – OMG! Ubuntu!
Monitoring the battery life of your Ubuntu laptop just got a touch easier. The Atareao team has added a new battery usage and information section to its fork of the CPU-G hardware information tool (think CPU-Z for Windows). You’re probably familiar Source: View Battery … Continued
uCareSystem Core is a small software that automates the basic system maintenance processes. Now it is also available to install it via PPA if you are interested to automatically receive new features….. Source: uCareSystem Core v3.0 released and available in … Continued
FSearch is a promising new file search utility for the Linux desktop, inspired by the Everything Search Engine tool for Windows. “ provides instant result Source: Find Files Faster with FSearch, an ‘Everything Search Engine’ for Linux – OMG! Ubuntu!