Tag Archives: Ubuntu

How to Install Cinnamon Desktop on Ubuntu

This tutorial shows you how to install Cinnamon desktop environment on Ubuntu. Cinnamon is the default desktop environment of Linux Mint. Unlike Unity desktop environment in Ubuntu, Cinnamon is more traditional but elegant looking desktop environment with the bottom panel and app menu etc. Many Windows migrants prefer Linux Mint over Ubuntu because of Cinnamon desktop and its Windows-resembling… Read More »

Open Source Mobile OS Alternatives To Android

It’s no exaggeration to say that open source operating systems rule the world of mobile devices. Android is still an open source project, after all. But, due to the bundle of proprietary software that comes along with Android on consumer devices, many people don’t consider it an open source operating system. So what are the alternatives to Android?… Read More »

How to Check Dependencies of a Package in Ubuntu/Debian-based Linux Distributions

Installing applications via command line is quite easy in Ubuntu/Debian. All you need to do is to use apt install package_name. But what if you want to know the dependencies of a package before or after installing it? In this tutorial, I’ll show you various ways to see the dependencies of a package in Ubuntu and other Debian-based… Read More »

KDE Neon: KDE’s Very Own Linux Distribution Provides the Latest and Greatest of KDE With the Simplicity of Ubuntu

Recently, KDE Neon‘s latest version based on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS officially released. Visually, it will still be the same if you had KDE neon installed but with the latest Ubuntu LTS base. Even though I’m not an experienced KDE user, I can tell that KDE Neon offers a lot of things to impress an average user for its… Read More »