Tag Archives: Linux

Bodhi Linux 5.1 Review: Slightly Different Lightweight Linux

Bodhi Linux is a lightweight Linux distribution based on Ubuntu. Unlike most other distributions, Bodhi uses its own Moksha desktop and focuses on providing you a minimal setup to run on older computers. What is Bodhi Linux? Bodhi Start Page Bodhi Linux was first introduced in 2011. It is designed with “minimalism, resource efficiency, and user choice” in… Read More »

11 Best Markdown Editors for Linux

Markdown is a simple markup language. It’s lightweight and easy to learn. If you haven’t seen any markdown document yet, just head over to GitHub and enter any open-source project. The README file almost certainly will be written using Markdown. Basically, you use some ‘code’ before your text and your text will be formatted for display accordingly. For example, if… Read More »

How to Use Microsoft OneDrive in Linux With Rclone Open-Source Tool [For Intermediate to Expert Users]

Brief: A step-by-step tutorial showing how to use the rclone command line tool to synchronize OneDrive in Linux. There are several cloud storage services available for Linux. There is Dropbox that gives 2 GB of free space. You can also use Mega where you can get 15 GB of free storage. Microsoft’s own Cloud storage service, OneDrive gives… Read More »