PyCharm is a free and open-source graphical IDE for Linux operating systems. Here, we’ll show you how to install PyCharm IDE on Debian.
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Slurm is a modular and open-source workload manager and job scheduler built for Linux, clusters, and supercomputers. Learn more here.
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Stonks is a cross-platform terminal-based stock visualizer and tracker for Linux that displays real-time stocks in graph format.
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Explore five of the most popular tools that can be used to create a bootable USB with multiple operating systems.
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Are you a music producer and use Linux as your primary operating system? Then, check out these top open-source music making software.
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Learn how to effortlessly save and restore your Linux desktop configuration settings with the free and open-source tool SaveDesktop.
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Monitor CPU, memory, disk, network, and GPU utilization on your Linux system with the new GTK4-based tool Mission Center.
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In this guide, we’ll show you how to install and configure fail2ban on a Linux system to help prevent SSH brute force attacks.
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Explore some of the best free Linux DICOM viewers for handling, storing, printing, and transmitting information in medical images.
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In this guide, we cover the features and details of our recommended free and open-source video editing software for Linux.
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In this guide, I cover the features and details of some of my favorite command-line editors for Linux. Check them out here.
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Our list of GUI-enabled USB image writer tools for Linux covers tools that are the best in both user experience and functionality.
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