Best Linux Password Managers

How do you keep track of ton of user accounts and passwords in this online age. I hope you do not use one password for all your online accounts as that is not safe. You need to come up with the unique and secure passwords for all your online services and accounts. So how do you manage or keep track of these passwords. In your memory? Come on! I recommend you use a password manager.... Read More

Saving laptop power with powertop

If there’s one thing you want from a laptop, it’s long battery life. You want every drop of power you can get to work, read, or just be entertained on a long jaunt. So it’s good to know where your power is going.

You can use the powertop utility to see what’s drawing power when your system’s not plugged in. This utility only runs on the Terminal, so you’ll need to open a Terminal to get it. Then run this command: Read More

Tips to improve Ubuntu Speed

Chances are that your Ubuntu desktop will run so smooth. You will wonder why you did not switch from those other slow loading desktop operating systems (looking at you Windows). Ubuntu runs smoothly on most modern machines and older machines using variants such as Lubuntu, Xubuntu and Ubuntu MATE are going to be impressive as well. Very few times, your experience can get poorer on your Ubuntu desktop. On the off chance that your Ubuntu PC is not running as smoothly as you would like, there are a few things you could do to improve your system performance and response. Read More

MASTER C++ PROGRAMMING WITH OPEN-SOURCE BOOKS

Books are very personal and subjective possessions. And programming books are no exception. But regardless of their style, focus, or pace, good C++ programming books take the reader on a compelling journey, opening eyes to the capabilities of the language, and showing how it can be used to build just about anything. Read More

I love Free Software Day 2017

We should not underestimate the power of a simple "thank you" to motivate Free Software contributors in their important work for society. The 14th of February (a Tuesday this year) is the ideal day to do that. Love More

Top 7 Tools that can automate Linux Admin Task

Here are some of the tools that can make life easier for the Linux admins by automating his day to day tasks.. Read More

An Everyday Linux User Review Of OpenSUSE Leap 42

There are 2 versions of openSUSE available via their website:
Leap
Tumbleweed
The Tumbleweed version is a rolling release distribution whereas the Leap version follows a frequent 6 monthly release schedule. Read More

4 open source tools for conducting online surveys

Ah, the venerable survey. It can be a fast, simple, cheap, and effective way gather the opinions of friends, family, classmates, co-workers, customers, readers, and others.

Millions turn to proprietary tools like SurveyGizmo, Polldaddy, SurveyMonkey, or even Google Forms to set up their surveys. But if you want more control, not just over the application but also the data you collect, then you'll want to go open source.

Let's take a look at four open source survey tools that can suit your needs, no matter how simple or complex those needs are Learn More

OpenSUSE's (or SUSE's) Refusal to Publicly Acknowledge It Got Cracked Shows Face-Saving Arrogance Just Like Novell's

The same old and very notorious behaviour we found in Novell persists at SUSE under MicroFocus leadership; security neglected and keeping up appearances more important than honesty Learn More

How to get list of installed packages on Ubuntu / Debian Linux

I am a new Ubuntu Linux sysadmin. How do I get a list of all installed packages on server1 and install those on server2? How to list all installed packages using apt-get command on Ubuntu or Debian server?Learn