In Linux, the need for text processing programs is a big one: System configuration, system management, and data exchange all use text-based files. With Awk, you have a powerful tool at your fingertips for text editing and targeted modification.
The Rodent data manager can do more than just move files. However, it's not always easy or intuitive to use.
Ubuntu's Software Center lets you install just about anything, including free software, purchased apps, and games.
With sed, you can edit text data without an interactive user interface, using pipes or input redirection. Sed lets you execute extensive editing commands on a single line.
With NetworkManager, you can access the Internet during the Ubuntu installation process. The first step is to download updates to make your system more secure.
Ubuntu fans have been waiting a long time for this: Canonical, through its partner Bq, has released its first official Ubuntu phone worldwide. The Android and iOS alternative is convincing in tests, although it does show room for improvement.
A document's design can make a lasting impression. We provide some tips to achieve a pleasing combination of fonts, color, and spacing.
Gone are the days when we read email solely sitting at our computers. To read messages on the move, we now have IMAP, which has completely displaced POP. Trojitá makes IMAP easy, even with accounts with big folders.
Programming loops allow one-time or multiple execution of instructions. The condition for the loop can exist both outside and inside it.