Category Archives: Software

Installing Linux on a Chromebook

Placing in Linux on a Chromebook isn’t difficult–if you already know what you might be doing. Chromebooks are more powerful than you realize already, nevertheless zooming throughout the web in Google’s browser is simply the beginning of what Chromebooks are capable of. Chrome OS is constructed on prime of the Linux kernel, and you will… Read More »

Boot and run Linux from a pendrive

Simply set up your favourite Linux working system on a flash drive or USB key no bigger than your thumb (Thumb Drive). Your Transportable Linux working system can then be taken with you, and run from any laptop that may boot from the USB flash system. Deliver your operating system, purposes, information, e-mail, bookmarked favorites,… Read More »

How to Check Weather Forecast via the Command Line

We often check our local weather forecast from the Linux desktop. Sometimes checking your forecast is more easier If you could check your weather forecast from the terminal environment when you don’t have access to your desktop environment. There are many ways you can do to access weather forecast (ex standalone weather apps, desktop widgets,… Read More »

How to Install Go language on Linux

Go or golang is a open source programming language develope at Google in 2007 by Robert Griesemer, Rob Pike, and Ken Thompson. It comes with a several principles: simplicity, safety and speed. Go Language comes with various tools for debugging and testing. The Language statically typed language with syntax closely derived from the C language. Nowadays… Read More »