Pause on Lock is a simple script that can pause music on Ubuntu when the lock screen kicks in. When you return to your desktop and log back in whatever you were listening to resumes, […]
Remember that neat GNOME Layout Manager script we sang the praises of a few short weeks back? Well, it’s now even better. Unity fans will be pleased to hear of improvements to the Unity 8 layout. The […]
This script will install 24 GTK themes on Ubuntu, Arch and any other GNOME based Linux distribution straight from Git.
This script automatically organizes the GNOME Application launcher into categories and folders, saving you from needing to create and add app folders yourself.
Pyckground is a simple python script that can fetch a new desktop background on the Cinnamon desktop from any Imgur gallery you want. I came across it while doing a bit of background on the Bit Day wallpaper pack, and […]
Not everyone has room (or the attention span) for a multiple monitor set-up, and even if you do there are times when you may want to keep an eye on a workspace while working in another. You want, […]
Want to convert crb or cbz to PDF on Ubuntu? Reader Rumesh986 has created a simple bash script that does exactly that.
Want to disable or turn off the background tiles on the unity launcher? This nifty little script lets you do exactly that.
Wifi signal strength can vary from room to room so knowing where the best spot to pitch up when snagging the latest 1.5GB Ubuntu .iso is valuable information. There are several apps available on Linux that […]
Nautilus is a powerful file manager, and by using its built-in shell scripting feature you can really level it up further.
I don’t own a ThinkPad, but I know that a lot of you do. A reader who doesn’t wish to be credited pinged us a link to a set of scripts that claim to “fix” touchpad and […]
If you want to run multiple Conky themes at the same time you can do so easily, without installing any extra packages. In this quick tip we show you how.