Occasionally, a package will break when you install it on Ubuntu. These tricks can help you fix the broken package and get Ubuntu back up and running!
Articles by Nick Congleton
Debian Stable is extremely stable, but it’s also very slow moving. As a result, you can get stuck with ridiculously outdated software. The backports repositories allow you to install newer versions of some software on your Debian Stable system. This gu…
Open-source router firmware can help boost the speed and performance of your router, aside from opening up new functions. Find out which one is best for you!
Sometimes, it’s not easy to find the exact desktop theme to match your wallpaper or the aesthetic you want for you Linux desktop. It’s not exactly easy to make your own themes, and maintain them, unless you have the right tools.
Even if you encrypt your traffic with HTTPS or even use a VPN, in some cases, your DNS traffic remains open and readily readable to your ISP and the rest of the world. That might not sound like a lot, but it’s a major privacy concern. DNS resolves the …
Ubuntu is the most popular Linux distribution in the world. Learn more about this favorite open-source operating system and its history.
It’s not that simple to install the latest Ubuntu on a Raspberry Pi, not unless you install RaspEX, an Ubuntu 18.04+ image built specifically for the Pi.
The Ubuntu login loop is an unfortunately common bug. These simple fixes will help you get back into your Linux PC in no time!
So, your favorite game isn’t available on Linux. What now? It might come as a surprise that there are plenty of excellent games that run on Linux through Wine or Steam’s new Steam Play feature. You can get up and running with them quickly, and enjoy de…
Minecraft is a wildly popular sandbox game. Learn how to host your own multiplayer Minecraft server and control the game like never before!