GNOME 3.34 released

The GNOME Project is proud to announce the release of GNOME 3.34, Θεσσαλονίκη(Thessaloniki). This release brings performance improvements in the shell, Drag-And-Drop inthe overview, improved mouse and keybord accessibility, previews in thebackground panel, support for systemd user sessions, and more.…

How to Resize Images on the Ubuntu Command Line

Sharing graphics and photos has been so popular in the past few years that I am sure you must have also found yourself sharing, and even creating some. While working with graphic files, sometimes we also have to resize them…

Restoring Deleted Files in Linux

If you thought that you couldn’t restore deleted files in Linux, you didn’t get the whole truth. The truth will set you free and possibly recover those deleted files. Special Thanks: This article was made possible by support from Linux Professional…

Microsoft exFAT Is Coming to Linux

Microsoft has contributed exFAT patents to OIN and also published specifications. exFAT is one of the most popular file systems used on external devices like SD cards and Flash drives. Microsoft collects license fees from the vendors that use exFAT…

Drauger OS Makes a Capable Linux Game Console Platform

Drauger OS is a relatively new Linux distro for users with a penchant for games. Several design elements make this Linux gaming platform different from typical distributions that merely pack digital titles. However, it lacks a few productivity tools that…

4 open source cloud security tools

Find and eliminate vulnerabilities in the data you store in AWS and GitHub. If your day-to-day as a developer, system administrator, full-stack engineer, or site reliability engineer involves Git pushes, commits, and pulls to and from GitHub and deployments to…

How to draw vector graphics with Scratch 3

Create new objects for your video games with Scratch’s vector drawing app. Scratch is a popular visual programming language for creating video games and animations. It also features a vector drawing tool that anyone can use to create unique game…

How to build Fedora container images

With the rise of containers and container technology, all major Linux distributions nowadays provide a container base image. This article presents how the Fedora project builds its base image. It also shows you how to use it to create a…