The df and du commands report on disk space usage from within the Bash shell used on Linux, macOS, and many other Unix-like operating systems. These commands let you easily identify what’s using up your system’s storage. Source: How to … Continued
Looking to overclock NVIDIA GPUs on Linux? Try a new app called “Green with Envy”. It lets you manage fans, view info, and overclock NVIDIA graphics. Source: Easily Overclock NVIDIA GPUs on Linux with This New App – OMG! Ubuntu!
Some Linux distros that use DE like GNOME or XFCE the file manager, and file dialogues display files interwoven with folders, instead of sorting folders before files. Here’s how to change that configuration… Source: https://gexperts.com/wp/gnome-3-12-filesnautilus-sort-folders-before-files-issues/
Ubuntu’s sound menu contains Rhythmbox by default. Any other media players you install will also appear in the menu, assuming they support the MPRIS2 specification. You can hide media players in the menu or add any application you like. Source: … Continued
Currently there is no “always on top” button for windows on XFCE Desktop Enviroment, there is a option to make the window always on top but only accessible through a window menu. Such button is on a wish list for … Continued
MSGConvert: A .MSG to mbox converter Introduction I wrote this to be able to convert some .MSG files I had lying around. These files are produced by some of Microsoft’s e-mail programs, and I couldn’t read them on my home … Continued
Learn how to kill errant processes in this tutorial from our archives. Picture this: You’ve launched an application (be it from your favorite desktop menu or from the command line) and you start using that launched app, only to have it … Continued
If I install a new service then decide I don’t want that application anymore and delete it, the service is still listed in the output from systemctl as error. Where is this coming from and how can I Source: How … Continued