Category: Linux Mint

SMPlayer – Best media player with built-in codecs support

SMPlayer is a free, open source graphical front-end for MPlayer, the popular media player that is capable of playing all kind of audio and video formats. SMPlayer comes with built-in codecs, so that we don’t...

Download YouTube Videos with subtitles

Download YouTube Videos with Subtitles using Youtube-dl

For those who don’t know, youtube-dl is a free, open source, command line downloader written using Python programming language. Using Youtube-dl program, we can easily download YouTube videos. Not only YouTube videos, we can also download...

Install Lumina Desktop Environment in Linux and Unix

After four years of long development, Ken Moore, PC-BSD developer, has proudly announced the final and first official release of the Lumina desktop environment. Lumina DE is completely customizable, and extremely light-weight, and it works pretty good...

find a package version in Linux

How To Find A Package Version In Linux

Have you ever wondered how to find the version of an installed package in Linux? Nowadays, Package management is much more better than before, with the help of many graphical package managers. However, I always...

assign multiple ip addresses

How To Assign Multiple IP Addresses To Single Network Card In Linux

Some of you might wondering why would we assign multiple IP addresses to single Network card. There can be many reasons. Say for example, you are doing some testing on your Linux box that requires two...

prevent a package from being automatically installed, upgraded or removed in Ubuntu

How To Prevent A Package From Being Automatically Installed, Upgraded Or Removed In Ubuntu

In this brief tutorial, we will see how to prevent a package from being automatically installed, upgraded or removed. Some of you might wonder why would anyone want to do that. There could be many reasons. You...

Linux Kernel 4.7 is released – Install it in CentOS 7 and Ubuntu 16.04

After two months of continues development, Linux Kernel 4.7 final version is made available for download for all GNU/Linux operating systems. Yesterday, July 24, 2016, Linux Torvalds wrote in the release notes, So, after a slight...

Remove Old Kernels In Ubuntu

The Safest Way To Remove Old Kernels In Ubuntu

The Ubuntu Kernel team releases new Kernel updates, bug fixes, and security patches every month. If you are a long-time Ubuntu user, and regularly updating your Ubuntu system, then it might be accumulated with lot of...

NetData : A Real-time performance monitoring tool for Linux

About NetData NetData is a free, simple, yet useful utility that provides the real-time performance monitoring for your Linux systems, applications, SNMP devices, and visualize the result in a web browser with comprehensive detail. So,...

Neofetch – Display your Linux system’s information

Hi guys! How are you doing? Today, I have come up with an interesting utility that displays the Linux distribution’s information in Terminal. Meet Neofetch, a simple, yet useful script that gathers information about your...