I will show you how to install the popular workplace communication tool, Slack on Linux step-by-step. Slack is the collaboration hub that brings the right people, information, and tools together to get work done. From very large companies (like Fortune 100) to corner markets, millions of people around the world use Slack to connect their… Read More »
This video would teach you how to install a very popular IDE, Visual Studio Code (VSC), step by step. VSC is a source-code editor made by Microsoft. It is cross-platform i.e. it is available for Windows, Linux and macOS. VSC features include support for debugging, syntax highlighting, intelligent code completion, snippets, code refactoring, and embedded… Read More »
One of the biggest questions to ask before buying a computer is what kind of an operating system you need. Looking at what is the most popular at the moment, it is clear that MS Windows is the go-to option for most people. However, someone might have different preferences or desire to simply try something… Read More »
The Linux Foundation has announced the launch of three new edX training courses covering Linux, Git, and other open-source development tools. A Professional Certificate in Open Source Software Development, Linux, and Git can be earned by taking the courses individually or in combination. Jerry Cooperstein, PhD, who has been working with Linux since 1994 and… Read More »
In this video, I would show you how to easily install a very popular cross-platform web browser, Opera, on Linux. Opera is a multi-platform web browser developed by the software company also called Opera. The Opera is currently built based on the open-source Chromium browser. It gives itself a unique identity that makes it easily… Read More »
Ubuntu Linux has its own internal application, THE STARTUP DISK CREATOR, that is used to create bootable disks which is the first step towards installing the operating system on another machine or computer. So in this video, you would see how easy it is. PLEASE LIKE, SHARE AND SUBSCRIBE! Happy Linux’NG!
This video shows how you scan any document (files, books etc) easily without any additional (3rd party) software on Linux. The Scanner that was used for the demonstration is HP PSC 1410 3-in-1 scanner. This should work in any popular scanner out there. LIKE, SHARE and SUBSCRIBE!!! TWITTER: https://twitter.com/fossnaija INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/fossnaija
This is a graphical disk usage analyzer for the GNOME desktop environment. It is an application that gives a graphical representation of a disk drive’s contents to the user. This is done by the application by scanning folders, devices or remote locations and and reports on the disk space consumed by each element. The application… Read More »