Enhance Linux security with OpenSnitch, the powerful application-level firewall that effectively controls your outbound connections.
Those of you who regularly use fullscreen mode for apps and media content in GNOME Shell are gonna dig the following new GNOME extension. It’s called “Peek Top Bar on Fullscreen” because —shock!— that’s exactly what it does: it lets you mouse up to the top of your display when viewing fullscreen content to show the top bar —crucially— without needing to exit fullscreen mode.
When right-clicking on either a folder or blank area in file manager, there’s an “Open in Terminal” menu option to launch system default terminal with that folder as working directory.
The option in Ubuntu so far is provided by the built-in gnome-terminal package. Meaning no way to use the option for another terminal emulator. However, there’s an extension can add similar option to open terminal from in-side folder.
Webmin is a web-based tool that allows you to manage Linux-based operating systems such as Ubuntu.
From this web interface, you can control various features of your Ubuntu operating system, such as users, system settings and more.
A list of best PDF editors to edit PDF files in Ubuntu and other Linux distributions, including their advantages and features.
Cpulimit is a tool that limits the CPU usage of a process (expressed in percentage, not in CPU time). It is useful to control batch jobs when you don’t want them to eat too many CPU cycles. The goal of cpulimit is to prevent a process from running for more than a specified time ratio. It does not change the nice value or other scheduling priority settings but the real CPU usage.
Learn how to install FFmpeg 5 on Ubuntu 22.04 Jammy Jellyfish or Ubuntu 20.04 Focal Fossa with this comprehensive guide. Follow our step-by-step instructions to get started with FFmpeg and explore its powerful features for decoding, encoding, and streaming audio and video files.
Yes! That’s totally possible. You can downgrade a recently updated package using the apt command in Ubuntu and Debian based distros. Here’s how to do that.
Tinc is free and open-source VPN software that can be used to create mesh VPN networks. It is a small and powerful VPN daemon that can be installed on multiple platforms. Tinc uses encryptions and tunneling for creating a secure private network between multiple hosts.
Tinc provides additional features such as encryption, compression, and automatic mesh routing. This allows you to create secure and distributed private networks between servers in different locations.
In this tutorial, you will set up a peer-to-peer VPN server with tinc using multiple Ubuntu 22.04 servers. You will set up a peer-to-peer VPN with three different servers. Each server will be able to connect via a secure VPN connection.
Source: How to Set Up Peer-to-Peer VPN with Tinc on Ubuntu 22.04 (Howtoforge)
This post won’t change your life but it might make moving files and folders a little quicker — though, no promises!