More articles by “Joey Sneddon”

Chertan is a Cool Circular Conky Theme for Linux Desktops

When I began writing his post I thought it'd take 10 mins: show a conky, give the download link, walk through the installation. Two hours later, this post.

23 June 2022

Flameshot Screenshot Tool Just Added Even More Features

When it comes to screenshot tools for Linux nothing rivals the feature set offered by the Qt-based Flameshot — and the app just got a major update.

22 June 2022
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Linux Lite 6.0 Released, Based on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

Linux Lite 6.0 is out based on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS, Linux 5.15, and Xfce 4.16. There's a new theme, a new system monitor, and a huge web browser change.

21 June 2022
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How to Fix ‘apt-key’ Deprecation Warning on Ubuntu

If you see an apt-key deprecated warning when you run apt update on Ubuntu and want to fix it, you’re in the right place In this post I walk you (and myself) through the process. […]

21 June 2022
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How to Install TeamViewer on Ubuntu & Linux Mint

TeamViewer is an application that lets you access other computers remotely so you can modify, maintain, or manage them wherever you are, as though you were actually there. Better yet, the app works with all […]

21 June 2022

GNOME Devs Mockup the Linux Image Viewer I’ve Been Dreaming Of

In this post I get a little giddy over revised mockups from a GNOME designer that showcase the image viewer app I've dreamed of. Come mock me for it!

20 June 2022
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Tagger is a Terrific GTK Audio Tag Editor for Linux Desktops

Looking for an open source audio tag editor with a simple, straightforward UI and decent feature set? Check out Tagger, a new GTK app for Linux desktops.

20 June 2022
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Amberol GTK Music App Gains New Features, Reduces Memory Usage

I’m a big fan of Emmanuele Bassi’s Amberol music player and the latest version, released this weekend adds a couple of pretty big new features. Before I get to those, I will point out that […]

19 June 2022

Microsoft Gives $10k to GNOME for… Being Awesome, Basically

GNOME is set to receive a $10,000 boost from Microsoft. Don't panic: they're not trying to buy influence, but 'give back' to free software projects it uses.

16 June 2022
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You Can Increase Vivaldi UI Size (Because Of Course You Can; It’s Vivaldi)

I was using Vivaldi on Linux blissfully unaware that you can zoom the UI to increase the size of tabs, window controls, and in-app features. See how!

16 June 2022
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Ubuntu Core 22 Released for IoT and Embedded Device Makers

Ubuntu Core 22 is available to download. Ubuntu Core is Canonical's streamlined Ubuntu spin targeted at embedded devices, IoT, and industrial hardware.

15 June 2022

Don’t Forget: Ubuntu 21.10 Support Ends on July 14, 2022

It's tick-tock-end-of-life'o'clock for Ubuntu 21.10 'Impish Indri. Those using it should upgrade to Ubuntu 22.04 soon to continue receiving updates.

14 June 2022