Linux Package Managers Compared – AppImage vs. Snap vs. Flatpak

In this guide, there are 3 Linux package managers compared. Appimage, Snap, flappak aim to be the future of software deployment and management in Linux. | Continue reading | 2 months ago

Ramroot – Run Arch Linux Entirely from RAM

Using Ramroot, we can run Arch Linux entirely from RAM! Yes, you read right. It loads the entire root filesystem into RAM at boot. | Continue reading | 3 months ago

Tmux 101

Tmux is free, open source and cross-platform Terminal multiplexer. In this guide, we will discuss most-commonly used Tmux commands in Linux. | Continue reading | 3 months ago

Blockchain 2.0 – Explaining Distributed Computing and Distributed Applications

This post will explore some fundamental concepts of distributed computing and the role of blockchains in executing the said objective. | Continue reading | 4 months ago

How to Set Password Policies in Linux – OSTechNix

This tutorial describes how to set password policies such as password length, password complexity, password expiration period etc., in Linux. | Continue reading | 5 months ago

Some Alternatives to Top Command Line Utility You Might Want to Know

In this tutorial, we are going to discuss about some good alternatives to Top command line task manager program. | Continue reading | 9 months ago

Cloc – Count the Lines of Source Code in Many Programming Languages

The Cloc program is used to count the lines of source code in many programming languages and display the results in neat tabular-column format. | Continue reading | 11 months ago

ADAMANT – An Anonymous, Open Source, Secure Blockchain-Based Messenger

ADAMANT is an anonymous, open source and secure Blockchain-based Messenger. It's main purpose is to provide anonymity, privacy and security. | Continue reading | 1 year ago

Bat – A Cat Clone with Syntax Highlighting and Git Integration – OSTechNix

Bat command is a clone to the cat command, with some additional cool features such as syntax highlighting, git integration and automatic paging etc. | Continue reading | 1 year ago

RedHat and SUSE Announced to Withdraw Support for OpenLDAP

RedHat and SUSE announced to withdraw support for OpenLDAP in their Enterprise Linux offers in favor of RedHat’s own 389 Directory Server (389-ds). | Continue reading | 1 year ago

CYA – System Snapshot and Restore Utility for Linux

CYA, stands for Cover Your Assets, is a free, open source system snapshot and restore utility for any Unix-like operating systems that uses BASH shell. | Continue reading | 1 year ago

Debian-Goodies – A Set of Useful Utilities for Debian and Ubuntu Users

Are you using a Debian-based system? Great! I am here today with a good news for you. Say hello to “Debian-goodies”, a collection of useful utilities for Debian-based systems, like Ubuntu, Linux Mint. These set... | Continue reading | 1 year ago

You-Get – A CLI Downloader to Download Media from 80+ Websites

You-Get is a CLI downloader written in Python. It allows you to download images, audios and videos from popular websites like Youtube, Facebook, Twitter and a lot more. Currently, there are 80+ websites are supported. | Continue reading | 1 year ago

A CLI game to learn VIM

PacVim is a CLI game that helps you to learn Vim commands. PacVim is inspired by the classic game PacMan and it gives you plenty of practice with Vim commands in a fun and interesting way. Simply put, PacVim is a fun, free way to learn about the vim commands in-depth. | Continue reading | 1 year ago