Articles found in "Tutorials" category:
The environment variable is a pair of keys and values stored within the system and can be accessed by an application from the shell or sub-shell. You can set environmental variables for your programs, such as user preferences, long commands into the more minor abbreviations, system locale, the path of the executable file, development environment […]
This brief tutorial explains how to limit the number of SSH logins per user or group or system on Linux.
The post How To Limit The Number Of SSH Logins Per User, Group, System In Linux appeared first on Linux Today.
Tomcat is an open-source application written in Java program language used for rendering Java web pages and executing Java servlets.
This set of five useful Linux commands gives you the ultimate productivity boost in your day-to-day workflow.
The post 5 Useful Linux Command Line Tools that Everyone Should Use appeared first on Linux Today.
The data itself is not destroyed or shredded; it is only unlinked from the filesystem that references the data and indicates the block as free when you remove it using the rm command.
Coming about three and a half months after digiKam 7.6, the digiKam 7.7 release is here with support for the AOM AV1 Image File Format (AVIF) open, royalty-free video coding format, which is support for reading and writing in all bundles (AppImage, macOS, and Windows). digiKam 7.7 also appears to add read/write support for the […]
The post digiKam 7.7 Photo Manager App Released with AVIF Image and Olympus OM-1 Support appeared first on Linux Today.
Krita is a free and open-source graphics editing program for digital painting, 2D animation, or general image manipulation. The following tutorial will teach you how to install Krita on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS
Lorien is a simple and open-source infinite canvas drawing/whiteboarding brainstorming tool written in the open-source Godot Game Engine. This tool is not like a standard tool that works on bitmap images like Photoshop, Krita, and Gimp; instead, it saves your drawn brushes as a collection of points and renders them at the runtime (kind of SVG), […]
The post Lorien: Infinite canvas drawing/whiteboarding tool for Linux appeared first on Linux Today.
ALBS, which stands for AlmaLinux Build System, is a project aiming to automate the building distribution processes and the packages, testing them, signing them, and delivering them to public repositories. The AlmaLinux Build System opening aims to increase project transparency and encourage collaboration and community contributions.
The post ALBS, the AlmaLinux Build System Becomes Publicly Open to All appeared first on Linux Today.