Tag: Ubuntu

How to Enable HTTP/2 in Nginx on Ubuntu and CentOS

  HTTP/2 is a major revision of the HTTP network protocol and it focuses on performance improvements. Its goal is to reduce the latency as well as to make the web applications faster by allowing multiple concurrent requests between the web browser and the server across …

Radiotray-NG: A Simple Radio Player for Ubuntu

Radiotray-NG on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS Looking for a nimble internet radio player app for Ubuntu? Radiotray-NG may be exactly what you’re scanning for. The app is a fork of Radiotray, a once popular Ubuntu radio app whose development has all but ground to a halt over …

A Lightweight Screen Recorder for Linux

Want to record your Ubuntu desktop for a screencast, video tutorial, or bug report? I highly recommend giving Green Recorder a shot. Green Recorder is a minimal yet perfectly functional desktop screen recorder app for Ubuntu. It’s built using Python, GTK+ 3 and ffmpeg, and supports …

Komorebi is an Animated/Parallax Wallpaper App for Ubuntu

Parallax effects react to your mouse Looking for parallax wallpaper, animated wallpapers, or a cute clock wallpaper for Ubuntu — why not combine them all in one stunning background? That’s what new wallpaper app Komorebi does. Komorebi Wallpaper App Developer Abe Masri recently got in touch …

Update To Linux Kernel 4.10 rc7 On Ubuntu

Update to Linux Kernel 4.10 rc7 on Ubuntu Systems. Linux Kernel 4.10 rc7 is released with driver fixes and improvements related to networking, GPU and HID accounts. Announcing the release, Linus said: Anyway, rc7 is pretty small, with about half being driver fixes (networking, GPU and …

Make Fedora fonts better

Citizens of the Internet, welcome. Fonts in Linux are a rather neglected topic; there are things with a higher delight factor we could talk about, discuss, test, and indeed, write. But fonts be probably one of the most important elements of modern computing. Because we spend …

Update To Kernel 4.10 RC6 On Linux Ubuntu Systems

Update to Kernel 4.10 RC6 on Linux Ubuntu Systems. Terminal commands to install Linux Kernel 4.10 RC6 on Ubuntu 16.10, Ubuntu 16.04 and other Ubuntu Derivatives. It brings various changes and fixes. Announcing the release, Linus Torvalds wrote: So this week seemed very calm, and rc6 …

How To Create USB Bootable Easily in Ubuntu

You can make any GNU/Linux bootable USB very easily by using GNOME Disk Utility program included in Ubuntu by default. This program named "Disks" on your Ubuntu menu. This means you don't need to install any additional program to do it, and even you can do …

How To Install Krita 3.1 from Snap Package in Ubuntu

The latest Krita version 3.1 has been released at 13 December 2016. And this latest version is already available for Ubuntu 16.04 and 16.10 from the Snap Packages "repository". Here is how to do the installation. Subscribe to UbuntuBuzz Telegram Channel https://telegram.me/ubuntubuzz to get article updates …

SMPlayer 17.1.0 Released! How to Install via PPA in Ubuntu

SMPlayer, a cross-platform graphical front-end for MPlayer and MPV, has reached the 17.1.0 release last night. The new release features experimental support for Chromecast. With SMPlayer 17.1, you can send local videos or online streams like TV channels, YouTube or Vimeo videos from SMPlayer to Chromecast …

openSUSE Is Now Available On Windows Subsystem For Linux

Brief: openSUSE joins Ubuntu to provide Bash shell on Windows 10. In short, Bash on Windows is now available via openSUSE. openSUSE recently revealed that it is now possible to run openSUSE within Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). This Windows Subsystem for Linux is also known …

How To Extract & Install tar.gz Files In Ubuntu

How to install a tar.gz file in Ubuntu. How to install downloaded tar.gz in Ubuntu. Command to install tar.gz file in linux – how to extract and install tar.gz files in Ubuntu. In computing, tar is a computer software utility for collecting many files into one …

How To Install KDE Connect Indicator on Ubuntu

Battery info device is missing from my indicator KDE Connect is an awesome way to get Android notifications on your Linux desktop, send files to and from your phone, and a whole lot more. But you might not fancy switching to a Plasma desktop to use …