How to Find Apache Document Root in Linux

The DocumentRoot is the top-level directory in the document tree visible from the web and this directive sets the directory in the configuration from which Apache2 or HTTPD looks for and serves web files from the requested URL to the document root. For example: DocumentRoot “/var/www/html”…

11 Essential Keyboard Shortcuts Google Chrome/Chromium Users Should Know

Google Chrome is the most popular web browser and there is no denying it. It’s open source version Chromium is also getting popularity and some Linux distributions now include it as the default web browser. If you have installed Google Chrome on Ubuntu or any other…

Shortwave Internet Radio Player For Linux Has Its First Beta Release

Shortwave, the successor of Gradio, had it first beta release over the weekend. This is a GTK Internet radio player written in Rust, which uses radio-browser.info as its radio stations database. Background: The Gradio developer wanted to rewrite Gradio using Rust, but later started…

Tuning your bash or zsh shell on Fedora Workstation and Silverblue

Posted by George Luiz Maluf This article shows you how to set up some powerful tools in your command line interpreter (CLI) shell on Fedora. If you use bash (the default) or zsh, Fedora lets you easily setup these tools. Requirements Some installed packages are…

Managing software and services with Cockpit

Posted by Shaun Assam The Cockpit series continues to focus on some of the tools users and administrators can use to perform everyday tasks within the web user-interface. So far we’ve covered introducing the user-interface, storage and network management, and user accounts. Hence, this article will highlight…

7 Java tips for new developers

If you’re just getting started with Java programming, here are seven basics you need to know. Source:  Seth Kenlon (Red Hat) https://opensource.com/article/19/10/java-basics Java is a versatile programming language used, in some way, in nearly every industry that touches a computer. Java’s…

Make your Python code look good with Black on Fedora

Source: Posted by Clément Verna https://fedoramagazine.org/make-your-python-code-look-good-with-black-on-fedora/ The Python programing language is often praised for its simple syntax. In fact the language recognizes that code is read much more often than it is written. Black is a tool that automatically formats your Python source code…