FSgamer, a software to improve Game performance under Linux

More and more games are published for Linux and so it’s becoming more important to have a good performance with our beloved system, but some of the Desktop Environemnts can really slow down your gaming experience. There is an interesting report about this on Phoronix in the article: Gaming/Graphics Performance On Unity, GNOME, KDE, Xfce, [...]

alias.sh puts your Linux shell alias on the clouds

If you are a Linux system administrator or you just wish to save a copy of your alias on the net, this is the service for you ! alias.sh is a new project that offer a simple service: allows you to manage all of your aliases online and browse the list of cool aliases submitted [...]

Linux shell: understanding Umask with examples

In a GNU/Linux system every file or folder has some access permissions. There are three types of permissions (what allowed to do with a file of any kind, directory included): (r)read access (w)write access (e)execute access There are also other “special” permissions, but for this article the basic permissions will be enough to illustrate how [...]

The best articles on Linuxaria in the last 3 months

It’s from some time that I don’t post about the most read articles on Linuxaria, and so today I present you a small list of the top 7 articles of the last 3 months published on Linuxaria, and that perhaps you have missed, in that case this is a good chance to read them. 7) [...]

Linux shell, how to use the exec option in find with examples

In a former article I’ve wrote about the command locate, an useful command to find quickly a file in your computer. An alternative to locate is the command find : GNU find searches the directory tree rooted at each given file name by evaluating the given expression from left to right, according to the rules [...]