Install Latest Developer Tools and IDEs on Ubuntu using Ubuntu Make

Ubuntu Make is a command line utility for installing latest version of developer tools and IDEs (i.e PHPStorm, WebStorm, PyCharm,…

Configure Ubuntu 18.04 LTS as an Ubuntu Package Cache Server

If you’re running a lot of Ubuntu machines in your private network, then it is highly likely that many people…

Installing NIS server on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

The full form of NIS is Network Information Server. NIS server stores all the user information in a database. NIS…

How to install OpenOffice on Ubuntu 18.04

Apache OpenOffice is a powerful all-in-one office productivity software suite that gives users the ability to whip up their documents,…

40 Things to do After Installing Ubuntu

Ubuntu has become very popular operating system not only among programmers and developers but also among normal day-to-day users and…

How To Add Shortcuts On Ubuntu Desktop

The desktop is the first thing that greets the user when they login to their computer. It serves as the…

How to Install and Use Write Note Taking App on Ubuntu

Write is a cross platform note taking app from Stylus Labs. Write don’t have a lot of features. It is…

How to Install and Use Xournal Note Taking App on Ubuntu

Xournal is a note taking and PDF annotation tool for Linux. In this article, I am going to show you…

Best MySQL Clients for Ubuntu

MySQL is very popular and one of the most widely used relational database management systems. Written in C and C++,…

A Guide to Using PPA Repositiories in Ubuntu

One of the benefits of using Ubuntu is the wide availability of a range of third party repositories. These repositories…