Tag Archive: Linux


VoCore2 Mini pint-sized Linux computer and router fits in palm of your hand

If there’s one constant that we’ve seen over the last decade or more of tech, it’s that people love Linux. Techies, nerds, and tinkerers love the open-source operating system and all of the cool things that come with it.

SEE: Learn the ins and outs of Linux for just $ 19

Whether its Android on your phone, a version of Linux on a Raspberry Pi, or something else, chances are good that you’re using it somewhere. It’s a lot of  [Read More…]

For just $19, learn the ins and outs of Linux

Linux is far and away the most popular open source operating system on the planet. It’s found nearly everywhere, and is the heart of many desktops, smart devices, routers, TVs, and (of course) Android phones.

How much do you know about Linux? Not just from a deep technical standpoint, but from a casual user. Do you know there are open source alternatives to many of the popular paid programs you use on your Windows or Mac computers?

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For just $19, learn the ins and outs of Linux

Linux is far and away the most popular open source operating system on the planet. It’s found nearly everywhere, and is the heart of many desktops, smart devices, routers, TVs, and (of course) Android phones.

How much do you know about Linux? Not just from a deep technical standpoint, but from a casual user. Do you know there are open source alternatives to many of the popular paid programs you use on your Windows or Mac computers?

Linux-based operating systems  [Read More…]

Pay what you want for this four-part Linux eBook bundle

Are you looking to become more familiar with Linux development and security? If so, you might like the deal we’ve got in the AndroidGuys Deals Store. It’s a four-part eBook bundle on Linux programming, shell scripting, and security. How much does it cost? You get to determine that.

The Complete Linux eBook Bundle covers Linux programming, scripting, security, and how to deploy Linux in a variety of development environments. Moreover, you’ll learn about embedding Linux on gadgets and tech that  [Read More…]

No Windows; no MacOS; only Linux with these laptops

If you’re looking for an alternative to a laptop running Windows or MacOS you’ll find there are a few options available with the Linux operating system. Most of the big name computer manufacturers aren’t making Linux laptops, so it’s helpful to know exactly what smaller companies have available. Thankfully, there are some great options from smaller players who have great reputations when it comes to standing behind their products.

Pure Power Lenovo Business 330S

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How to install Linux apps on your Chromebook

Chromebooks have always been great at the basics like watching Netflix or checking email. Android apps brought a few more productivity tools, but Chromebooks are about to get a lot more useful with the addition of Linux apps.

Products used in this guide Amazon: Google Pixelbook – 128GB storage ($ 999) Check your Chrome OS version

Installing Linux apps requires your Chromebook to be running Chrome OS 69 or later. If you’ve had your Chromebook for  [Read More…]

These are the Chromebooks that can run Android and Linux apps

Android and Linux apps on your Chromebook is awesome.

Not every Chromebook available today was released with Android app support out of the box — these need to be updated after the fact to add Google Play support. Many will be updated, but are in a long testing process.

We all hate waiting. And we all hate updates that break things. Google and the people who made your Chromebook are trying to make sure everything is good  [Read More…]

How to install the Android SDK on Windows, Mac and Linux

Everything you need to get started with the Android SDK, and everything you need to know about installing it.

Most of us will never need to install the Android SDK. The reason why is right in the name — Software Development Kit. It’s built for people writing Android apps who need tools to work with Android from a computer.

But those tools can also be handy for folks wanting to do some more advanced stuff. Stuff like  [Read More…]

Mandrake Linux creator working on new fork of Android without Google services and apps

Once upon a time, Cyanogen Inc. partnered up with smartphone manufacturer BLU for a phone that should have landed on the market without any of Google’s popular apps baked-in. Unfortunately, the product never became a reality and Cyanogen Inc. fell apart in 2016 after spending three years attempting to make Android ROMs into a viable […]

Get Linux, Amazon Web Services, and Azure certification with Linux Academy’s 1-year subscription

Are you looking to increase your knowledge as a web developer or computer programmer in the major Web platforms? This time of year, with some vacation time in the works, is a perfect time to get started on your career goals for 2018. This Deal of the Day will help you get started on the […]