• Remotely access a desktop

    Just as you can access a remote console with SSH, you can access a Graphical User Inerface (GUI) with several protocols. In this tutorial I will show you some methods to accomplish this task.

  • Installing a desktop environment on a server

    Installing a Graphical User Interface (GUI) on a server requires to understand how a desktop environment works and therefore what programs you need to install.

  • PDF viewers

    There’s a lot of PDF readers for Linux, and in this article I will show you some of them.

  • Web browsers in Linux: life beyond Chromium and Firefox

    Mozilla Firefox and Chromium (or Google Chrome) are the most popular browsers in Linux and Windows, but there are less known browsers that worth it.

  • Lightweight alternatives to LibreOffice

    LibreOffice is the most popular office suite in Linux, but in some old or low-spec devices it can be a resource-intensive software. In this page there are some lightweight alternatives available in the official repositories of most popular distros.

  • User Management in Linux

    When using a VPS/server, one of the very first things you probably do is creating a new user. In this tutorial you will learn how to create and delete users, create and delete groups, assign a user to a group and more.

  • Bash syntax

    In this tutorial you will learn the basic syntax of Bash. This is also useful for other UNIX shells.

  • Docker guide

    Docker is the most popular container platform. A container is a standard unit of software that packages up code and all its dependencies so the application can run quickly and reliably in different computer environments. In this tutorial you will learn all the basics of Docker.

  • Set up an OpenVPN server

    If you need a VPN server you can control, OpenVPN is the solution and you can install it easily using a script available on GitHub.

  • Repositories in Arch Linux: official and AUR

    There are two types of repositories on Arch Linux: official repositories (accesible via pacman) and the Arch User Repository. In this tutorial you will understand the differences and how to install packages from each one.