Category Archives: Ubuntu

How to Make Bootable Drives With Ubuntu Startup Disk Creator

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!

How to Scan Documents with an HP Scanner in Linux

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

DISK USAGE ANALYZER: How To Monitor Disk Usage in Linux

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 »

How To Install WPS Office On Linux

WPS Office is an acronym for Writer, Presentation and Spreadsheet. It is a cross-platform freemium office application that is developed by KINGSOFT. It is light-weight and feature-rich. The Linux version of the software is being developed by a volunteer community. There are free, premium and professional versions available.  With the free version, you’d do OK. WPS Office includes the… Read More »

How To Install Zoom Video Conferencing App On Linux

With the recent COVID-19 pandemic ravaging the world, leading to lockdown in a different part of the world, the importance of staying in touch has been brought to the fore. This could be with family members, friends, employees, civil servant and presidents. Communication is now essential in keeping up to date and/or ensuring that essential… Read More »

How to Install Terminator, a Linux Terminal Emulator on Steroids

There is a default terminal emulator (or terminal for short) that come pre-installed in every Linux distro. The terminal is the command-line interface through which you can type in commands and carry out other text manipulation on Linux. This is so irrespective of the fact that many modern Linux distros support very beautiful and intuitive graphical user interface for every day Linux use cases.… Read More »