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by Pete 5 minutes read

When you manage or configure Linux systems, knowing the right tools can significantly improve your operations. In this comprehensive guide, we’ll explore the best open-source benchmarking and burn-in tools available for Linux. These tools assess performance and stability, ensuring that every component achieves …

by Pete 15 minutes read

In this blog, we’ll be diving into the best open-source media players available today and the many benefits of using them.

by Pete 12 minutes read

Experience the best DOSBox emulators for Linux and relive the golden age of DOS gaming. Discover the features and technical prowess of DOSBox-X, DOSBox Pure, DOSBox ECE, and DOSBox Staging. Choose the perfect emulator to run classic games and legacy applications on your …

by Pete 12 minutes read

In this post, we’ll take a closer look at some of the best Linux archive managers available and provide insights into their features and use cases.

by Pete 25 minutes read

While there are many proprietary firewall solutions on the market, such as those offered by Palo Alto, Cisco, Checkpoint, and Fortinet, there are also open-source firewall options that are considered “enterprise-ready.” Read on for our picks.

by Pete 11 minutes read

Whether you’re looking to create a compact, portable hi-fi system, or a complete home audio setup, these Hats offer the versatility and performance that you need.

by Pete 8 minutes read

This collection of software programs is packed with all the tools you need to streamline your workflow and make your digital life a breeze.

by Pete 3 minutes read

Are you ready for a quick rundown of the popular command-line text editors for Linux? We’ve covered some of the most widely used editors such as vi or vim, nano, emacs, joe and micro.

by Pete 20 minutes read

Network monitoring can be a time-consuming and challenging task, especially if you don’t have the right tools in place.

by Pete 8 minutes read

In this post, we’ll be covering the top websites for buying Linux games. From Steam to GOG, we’ve got a range of options to fit every gaming preference.

by Pete 16 minutes read

Are you interested in becoming a security tester or analysing your organization’s security posture? Professional penetration and vulnerability testers can be costly (for the right reasons), but with the correct tools, you can perform some of it yourself. Fortunately, the open-source and Linux …

by Pete 12 minutes read

Choosing a home automation platform might be difficult. There are several options available, both paid and open-source. Here we discuss the 4 best open source options for your next Home Automation project.