Month: August 2021

How to use Keybase to encrypt files on Linux

Keybase is an end-to-end encryption tool for messaging and for file sharing. It’s an excellent, easy-to-use tool for those that want to quickly encrypt and share files with friends. Here’s how to do it on Linux. Installing Keybase on Linux The Keybase application must be installed on your Linux distribution before attempting to use it […]

How to take a screenshot on Windows 11

A screenshot is a quick way to visually share what’s on your screen. In many cases, a screenshot can also serve as proof of submission or a quick way to save information on the screen that you otherwise cannot copy. It’s an essential function regardless if you use a desktop or a mobile device. Screenshot […]

How to install Elementary OS 6

Elementary OS 6 Odin has been released. This new version of Elementary Os 6 is based on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS. If you’ve been using Elementary OS 5 for a long time, you’ll be happy to know that the time is come to upgrade. Unfortunately, there’s no official upgrade path from Elementary OS 5 to version […]

How to use the Shutter screenshot app on Linux

Shutter is a complex screenshot application for the Linux desktop. With it, users can take screenshots of selections on the screen and the entire desktop. Shutter also has a built-in image editor for touching up screenshots. Here’s how to use it on your Linux system. Installing Shutter on Linux The Shutter screenshot application has been […]

How to play Deadcore on Linux

Deadcore is a platformer FPS that blends both exploration and speedrunning. The game was developed by 5 Bit Games and published by BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment. Here’s how to play Deadcore on Linux. Getting Deadcore working on Linux Deadcore is a native Linux video game and runs quite well on Linux. That said, it is only […]

Original Sin 2 on Linux

Divinity: Original Sin 2 is an RPG video game developed and published by Larian Studios. It is the sequel for Divinity: Original Sin 1. In the game, players can play solo or with three friends. The game is very similar to Dungeons & Dragons and is known for its in-depth RPG mechanics. Here’s how to […]

How to install SolveSpace on Linux

SolveSpace is an open-source, parametric 2d and 3d CAD software suite for Linux, Mac, and Windows. SolveSpace has a lot of exciting features that CAD modelers will love. In this guide, we’ll show you how to install SolveSpace on Linux. Ubuntu installation instructions SolveSpace has been available for Ubuntu Linux since Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. So […]

How to use RustDesk on Linux

RustDesk is an excellent, open-source remote desktop application. It is similar to Teamviewer and Anydesk. However, it is better as it allows users to host their own connection server if they choose (it is not required, though). Here’s how to use RustDesk on Linux. Installing RustDesk on Linux   Before using RustDesk to connect to […]

How to play Splitgate (Beta) on Linux

Splitgate is a PVP game that the developer says is “Halo meets Portal.” In the game, users can portal with a portal gun while defeating enemies with various weapons. The game is in Beta, so it can be unstable. However, it is free to play. Here’s how to enjoy Splitgate on Linux! How to get […]

How to read Hacker News on the Linux desktop

Hackgregator is a desktop reading application for the news website Hacker News. With Hackgregator, it is possible to read the news from this site on the Linux desktop. Here’s how to set it up on your system. Installing Hackgregator on Linux The Hackgregator is an excellent way of reading the Hacker News website on the […]