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GNOME Shell Dash To Panel v43 Released With GNOME 40 Support

Dash to Panel, an icon taskbar for Gnome Shell, has been updated to version 43, bringing initial support for GNOME 40.The Gnome Shell Dash...

Arch-based OS With Xmonad, Awesome, i3, And Bspwm Window Manager

With some effort, you can install Arch Linux. You may also install a desktop environment or windows manager of your choice on your Arch...

How To Restore Broken Arch Linux To Previous Working State

This brief tutorial describes how to restore broken Arch Linux and its variants like EndeavourOS, Manjaro Linux to previous working state.The other day, I...

10 Best Annotation Tools for Windows PC I Highlight Your Thought

If you are using Windows OS, you can capture screenshots by pressing the keyboards key PrtScr. But this default Windows keyboard shortcut can not...

How to Edit a File Using Nano

Nano is a simple and reliable command-line text editor included in Unix and Linux operating systems. It packs with all the essential features in...

Send Messages From Your Scripts To Multiple Messaging Platforms Using PingMe

PingMe is a command line tool for sending messages or alerts from Linux, Windows or macOS to various messaging platforms like Discord, Slack, Telegram,...

How Do I Find Parent Process in Linux – Linux Hint

During the execution of a program, the kernel creates a process that helps store the program’s execution details in the system’s memory. When a...

How do I fix SSH permission denied public key – Linux Hint

The Secure Shell (SSH) key is the access credential for SSH protocol. Although the SSH protocol supports multiple approaches for authentication, the Public key...

With Deskreen, You Can Mirror or Stream Your Linux Computer Screen to Any Device

Screen sharing or screen mirroring apps available out there aren’t that good. Even though most of the dedicated options are only available for Windows/Mac,...

How to Monitor System Resources with Glances on Ubuntu 20.04

Glances is a real-time system monitoring tool written in Python language. It monitors system resources, including CPU, Memory, Load, Disk I/O, Processes, File System...

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