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Qt Creator 6 Open-Source IDE Officially Released, This Is What’s New

Based on the Qt 6.2 LTS series of the popular widget toolkit for creating graphical user interfaces for cross-platform apps, Qt Creator 6 is here a little over three months after Qt Creator 5 with various new features and many improvements for Qt application developers. Highlights of Qt Creator 6 include separate launching of external […]

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Clapper – GNOME Media Player Built Using GJS with GTK4 Toolkit

Clapper is a GNOME media player. It’s built using GJS (GNOME JavaScript bindings) with the GTK4 toolkit, so you’ll see some of the new GTK4 features in action. The media player uses GStreamer as a media backend and renders everything via OpenGL. GTK is a free and open-source cross-platform widget toolkit for creating graphical user […]

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screenFetch – An Ultimate System Information Generator for Linux

We mostly rely on integrated tools in Linux to get the system information in GUI, with little or no change with the change in the desktop environment. screenFetch delivers the classic look of a GUI system information tool on my Debian Jessie.
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OVPN-Admin is a Simple Web UI to Manage OpenVPN Users

If you are looking for a GUI solution that allows you to create OpenVPN users, their certificates, and routes in a convenient-to-use UI, we have good news for you. OVPN-Admin gives you all that and more.
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How To Create GUI Dialog Boxes In Bash Scripts With Zenity

Zenity is a rewrite of gdialog, the GNOME port of dialog which allows you to create GUI dialog boxes in Bash scripts in Linux, BSD, and Windows.
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Multiboot USB Creator Ventoy Adds a GUI Mode to Its Live ISO Image

If you haven’t heard of Ventoy before, let me tell that it’s a recently new bootable USB creation solution that works just by copying the image files of the operating systems you want to have a flash drive without formatting it over and over. There are many great tools out there to create multiboot USB […]

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Ventoy Now Available With GUI

Ventoy is an open source tool for creating bootable USB drives. It was originally released as a command line program. A web UI was introduced later in March this year, but it wasn’t really functional or easy to use. These days the developers have announced the first version of Ventoy with a native Linux GUI. […]

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How to Switch Boot Target to Text or GUI in systemd Linux

A quick tutorial about working with systemd targets: Learn how to list, view, and switch between text and GUI targets. Further, learn the difference between SysV init runlevels and systemd targets on Linux distros.
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How to Enable Minimize, Maximize Window Buttons in elementary OS

Many people (mostly new users to elementary OS) asks these questions in various forums: How do I enable minimize buttons in elementary OS? How to I enable restore, minimize, maximize? Is it possible to bring back the minimize and maximize buttons? And they are completely valid questions, and it’s okay to ask questions. Right? This […]

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Linux Runlevels Explained

In this tutorial, we will learn about the various runlevels that exist within a Linux system. There are times when a Linux system boots either into a Graphical User Interface (GUI) or a command line. A Linux system may also boot as a single-user system, which means that it is available only to a single […]

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Getting Started with wxWidgets on Linux

Interested in developing a graphical user interface application for Linux, but not sure where to start? As a first step, you select a fitting graphical user interface (GUI) library, followed by a programming language to develop your application in. wxWidgets is such a GUI library for C++. It’s also cross-platform and even offers bindings for […]

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3 Ways to Remove Files from Trash on Ubuntu Using GUI and Terminal

By choosing files and documents and hitting the “Remove” key on the keyboard, users can remove all data. Those files are then moved to Junk, a computer location for discarded data. Deleted files remain inside the “Trash” folder unless you elect to clear it or restored the contents. Throughout this article, we’ll look at the […]

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Managing network using IFCONFIG & NMCLI command in Linux

Earlier, we discussed how we can configure network connections using three different methods: by editing network interface files, by using GUI, & by using the nmtui command. In this tutorial, we are going to use two other methods to configure network connections on our RHEL/CentOS machines. We are going to discuss the ‘nmcli’ command & […]

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How to Install KDE Plasma 5 on Arch Linux

KDE Plasma 5 is the fifth generation desktop environment from KDE. KDE plasma requires less space and has a higher response rate.  Meaning that you can run KDE in low space and feel the great user experience and smoothness. KDE […]
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How to Install KDE Desktop on Ubuntu 20.04

KDE is one of the oldest and largest Linux community which produce applications that are stable and visually attractive. The community develops free open source desktop and mobile application. One of the popular Linux desktop environment by the communi…

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How to Install LXQt Desktop Environment in Ubuntu

LXQT is a lightweight, modular, fast, and user-friendly desktop environment. The free, open-source  LXQT is the successor of the LXDE desktop environment. Lubuntu and a few other Linux distribution have default LXQT desktop environments. LXQT is based …

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How to Install GNOME on Linux Mint 20

Gnome is the default desktop environment for many Linux distributions. Gnome is based on GTK+ and has a new release every 6 months. Linux Mint by default supports Cinnamon, MATE, or Xfce desktop environment. Cinnamon and Mate are a fork […]
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Terminal Emulators in Linux

As a Linux user, you might have come across the terminology ‘terminal emulator’. Automatically, you might be tempted to think that a terminal emulator is synonymous with the terminal. While these two are similar in almost every sense, a few […]
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Install XFCE Desktop on Arch Linux

Arch Linux officially supports many desktop environments. Some of the supported desktop environments are Budgie, Xfce, Cinnamon, Deepin, Gnome, KDE Plasma, Mate, Pantheon, etc. Pantheon is the default desktop environment (DE). You can install your favo…

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How to Install XFCE Desktop Environment in Linux Mint

You can download Linux Mint 20, in three editions Cinnamon, MATE, or Xfce. Xfce is a light-weight computer surrounding. It doesn’t guide as many capabilities as cinnamon or mate, but it’s extremely stable and consume fewer resources. Today, we will […..

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