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Krita is a picture editing and digital painting program that is free and open-source. Krita is a cross-platform application that is primarily designed for KDE… Read More
OpenOffice is a free and open-source office suite that runs on a variety of platforms. The Java and C++ programming languages are used to create… Read More
Nagios is a free and open-source monitoring program that was created to keep track of various networking software, their sources, and Linux-based devices. We can… Read More
The Tiled Map is a free and open-source level editor that runs on a variety of platforms. It allowed us to alter tile maps in… Read More
Clementine is a top-notch and free music player that runs on Windows, Linux, and macOS. It lets you listen to music over the Internet in… Read More
PyGTK module allows GUI development using Python. It is an open-source and cross-platform library that provides an interface to the GIMP toolkit (GTK) in python.… Read More
The apt command is a sophisticated command-line tool that interacts with Ubuntu’s Advanced Packaging Tool (APT) to execute tasks including installing new software packages, updating… Read More
The nose is a Python package essentially needed for automation framework testing. Basically, Nose generates uni-test modules that will help to execute the testing result… Read More
KDE Plasma graphical workspaces environment was created by KDE primarily for Linux systems. It is a very popular open community desktop environment designed to be… Read More
Pinta is a cross-platform, open-source bitmap image sketching and editing tool inspired by Paint.NET, a comparable image editing program available only for Microsoft Windows. Pinta… Read More
Git is tracking-based software used to track the changes made in a project. It is a distributed version control system. Software developers use it to… Read More
In this article, we will learn to uninstall the different types of packages from Linux. Let’s understand the uninstalling process through some examples: Example 1:… Read More
Linux is a community of open-source Unix-like operating systems that are based on the Linux Kernel. Linux distributions are constructed in such a secured way… Read More
The Autopsy is a cyber forensic tool used for the analysis of Windows and UNIX file systems (NTFS, FAT, FFS, EXT2FS, and EXT3FS). It can… Read More
Linux is a family of open-source operating systems and comes as various distributions or distros. The full path in Linux means starting from the root… Read More

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