Chrome vs Chromium. A detailed article for the differences of Google Chrome and Chromium internet browsers. In the previous article for how to install Chrome on Ubuntuand Mint we mentioned an internet browser that is called Chromium and we also said that Google Chrome is based on it. Those two browsers seem to look alike and in this guide we’ll see with what criteria we’ll choose which one to install.
In this article we’re see how to install Chrome on Ubuntu and Mint. Google Chrome is one popular internet browser developed by Google. The most popular Linux Distroshave pre-installed Mozilla Firefox. While it’s definitely a good browser, many users don’t want to change Google Chrome. In this tutorial we’ll see how to install Chrome on Ubuntu and the same applies for Lubuntu and Mint Linux. Also we’ll see how to install Chromium.
Linux Operating System Linux operating system (Linux or GNU/Linux) is a free source Unix Type operating system that was initially created by Linus Torvalds and then it developed with the help of developers from all over the world. Its use is similar to that of Unix, but all of the source code has been written from scratch as free software under free license GNU General Public License. That means that it’s source code is accessible to anyone.
Linux games started as an extension of Unix games and later evolved to introduce its titles in various genres like racing games, sports games, trading card games, and much more. As the Linux operation system grew by each passing year, open source and free games increased in scalability and complexity. Linux gaming platform began in 1994 with the introduction of Doom by Dave D. Talyor and today there are high-end games like Dirt Rally, Rocket League, and much more.
How to Install Ubuntu Studio. Ubuntu Studio is Linux Community’s biggest addition to Linux Operating System and its multimedia applications. This software is dedicated to video and audio editing, along with thousands of other free applications that are available with its package. This multimedia app is used by millions around the globe for editing and publishing their audios and videos, with minimum hardware requirements and cost. It is available in four different languages: English, French, Spanish, and Portuguese.
This is the continuation of our previous article, where we list some of the most popular Linux Distros. You can read the first part here. Linux Distros Part 2 1. Slackware For many people, Slackware is considered the… Hackers distribution. It is the oldest Linux Distro that managed to “survive” until today, and no, it’s not the first Linux Distro as many people believe. It’s very strong and stable since 1993.
One of the best characteristics of Linux is the unlimited choices of **Linux Distros**that offers to its users. Linux technically refers to the core of the operating system but usually when we’re talking about Linux, people usually understand that besides the core we’re also talking about the applications and the programs that surround it. The core package and also the applications and programs compose what we’re naming as Linux Distro. There are a lot of Linux Distros and in this article we’re going to talk about the most popular ones.
Linux Distro Comparison In this article you’ll see a Linux Distro Comparison. This way some new users will be helped, because when it comes to Linux, there are always a lot of choices. Even if you’re not a new user then and you’d like just to change from one distro to another, this is going to be a helpful guide for you in case you’re not already a pro. Choosing a Linux distribution isn’t always an easy choice.
Does Linux needs antivirus? Using Windows OS without an updated AntiVirus is not really responsible. Many users though who switch to a Linux Distro like Ubuntu, Lubuntu, Manjaro or Fedora, ask them self’s if Linux needs antivirus . The short answer is no, and we’re going to see why. What is a virus, or else, a malware? In order for us to understand why an antivirus isn’t necessary in Linux it’s important to understand first how a virus/Trojan/key logger/work/whatever kind of malware works.
This guide shows how to install Arch Linux on virtual box. In our last guide, we showed just how to install arch Linux as a main OS. We will do this as a step-by-step guide. Once more we would like to say that the most detailed guide is always the official. The guide you’re about to read though, is considered as simplified. The Desktop Environment we use is Gnome, but since it’s the last step of this guide, you can choose your own.
Ubuntu is one of the most popular Linux Distros. It is one of the most user friendly distribution and it is also common for a newbie to start with Ubuntu his Linux experience. That doesn’t mean that Ubuntu isn’t good enough fro more advanced users though. In this article we’re going to share a step-by-step guide on how to install Ubuntu 16.04 LTS by either using a DVD either a USB drive.
Since everyone once in while acccidently deletes a file, in this article we’re going to show how you can recover deleted files in Linux. Since there are different ways to delete a file there are different ways to recover it also. Recover deleted files in Linux Case 1 – You deleted the file using the “Del” key. In that case, just go to the “Trash” and search for the file in order to restore it.
The parent company of Ubuntu, named Canonical, released Ubuntu Core 16. It’s a minimal edition for embedded devices, Internet of things and cloud deployments. What is new in Ubuntu Core 16 The new version released with Update control. This allows publishers of software and also manufactures to make some validations to the updates before they actually apply them. A great Ubuntu Core feature is that its updates are transactional. This means that every failure is going to automatically be rolled back so there are no compromised devices.
A new version of Lubuntu16.10 was released. Lubuntu is a fast and lightweight operating system. It’s core is based on Linux and Ubuntu. Lubuntu uses the LXDEdesktop, it is focused on speed and energy efficiency. Lubuntu has very low system requirements and it can be installed on older PCs. A fresh installed Lununtu 16.10 consumes 300Mb of memory , compered with Ubuntu 16.10 that is consuming 800 Mb. What’s improved since 16.
Before we install Steam on Ubuntu Linux we have to open the terminal and install the following packages: When installation is finished just follow this link and press ” Install Steam Now” button. Next step is to open the file with the Ubuntu Package Center. If it doesn’t prompt you ; just find the file you downloaded and double click it. Accept Steam Terms and you are ready to play.