Have you ever wondered what X server, Xorg, X11, Wayland, and stuff like that do? Wayland vs. Xorg. This guide is for you!
Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 now allows a physical disk with a Linux filesystem, such as ext4, to be attached and mounted inside WSL 2.
The Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) is an excellent solution for Windows users to work natively within Linux on their Windows desktops.
The alias command in Linux lets you create shortcuts for commands, making them easier to remember and use. Here's how to create them!
This article will show you how to easily use the Zip command on Linux to Zip files and directories.
This guide shows you how to automatically set up updates on the Debian system using the unattended-upgrades service.
This article explains how to use the netstat, lsof, and nmap commands to find out which services are listening on which ports.
This guide shows how to use Pacman package manager on Arch Linux to manage the software by installing, removing, and updating packages.
This guide shows how, with minimal effort, to create a bootable USB from ISO in Linux using the built-in dd comm
Linux has strong built-in commands to check available disk space called ‘df‘ and 'du'. Let's find out how to use them correctly.