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Explained! Why Your Distribution Still Using an 'Outdated' Linux Kernel?
Check your Linux kernel version. Chances are that you'll find that the kernel version your system is using has already reached end of life (EOL) as li...
What is Linux and Why There are 100's of Linux Distributions?
When you're just starting out with Linux, it's easy to get overwhelmed. You probably know only Windows, but now you want to use Linux because you re...
Root User in Ubuntu- Important Things You Should Know
How do you become root user in Ubuntu? Either you run commands with root privilege like this: sudo any_command Or you switch user in Ubuntu to root us...
What is WireGuard? Why Linux Users Going Crazy Over it?
From normal Linux users to Linux creator Linus Torvalds, everyone is in awe of WireGuard. What is WireGuard and what makes it so special? What is Wire...
Linux Jargon Buster What is Desktop Environment in Linux?
One of the most commonly used term in desktop Linux world is Desktop Environment (DE). If you are new to Linux, you should understand this frequently ...
The Keyring Concept in Ubuntu What is It and How to Use it?
If you use automatic login in Ubuntu or other Linux distributions, you might have come across a pop-up message of this sort: Enter password to unlock ...
What is End of Life in Ubuntu? Everything You Should Know About it
If you have been following It's FOSS for some time, you might have noticed that I publish news articles like Ubuntu XYZ version has reached end of lif...
Linux Jargon Buster What is a Long Term Support (LTS) Release? What is Ubuntu LTS?
In Linux world, specially when it comes to Ubuntu, you'll come across the term LTS (long term support). If you're an experienced Linux user, you proba...
Linux Jargon Buster What is Flatpak? Everything Important You Need to Know About This Universal Packaging System
While reading the installation instructions of an application, you'll often come across terms like “Flatpak”, “Snap”, and “AppImage”. You might have a...