Today, the code name for the next, upcoming Linux Mint version was announced by its developers. They also shared a brief change log which highlights some interesting changes Linux Mint will receive this winter.
Linux, regardless of the distro you use, comes with a number of GUI tools which allow searching for files. Many modern file managers support file searching right in the file list. However, there are a number of situations when you need to use the console, for example, during an SSH session or when the X server doesn't start. Here is how you can find files quickly using the terminal.
As you may already know, in Microsoft Windows starting with Windows 7, apps are able to draw a progress bar right in their app's taskbar button. It is useful when you are copying some files, downloading something or installing some huge app which takes time. Essentially, any task which shows a progress bar benefits from the taskbar indicating this. Here's good news for Linux Cinnamon users: the same feature is coming to Cinnamon.
Linux, regardless of the distro you use, comes with a number of GUI tools which allow searching for files. Many modern file managers support file searching right in the file list. However, most of them do not allow you to search inside a file's contents. Here are two methods you can use to search for file contents in Linux.
The upcoming version of Linux Mint 18.3 is in active development. A new post on the official blog reveals a number of nice improvements which are coming to the OS. These include a refined user interface for the Software Manager app along with enhancements to various system components.
XFCE4 is one of the best desktop environments available for Linux these days. It is solid, lightweight and feature rich. It includes a lot of really useful and great apps. In this article, I would like to show you how to set custom flags for the keyboard layout plugin in XFCE4.
Sometimes, it can be useful to hide some file or folder from the default view in a file manager. Unlike Windows, Linux uses a completely different method to make a file or folder hidden. You won't find a "hidden" attribute in file properties or anywhere in the GUI. Let's see how it can be done in Linux. I use Linux Mint with MATE, but the method described in this article is applicable to any distro, any Desktop Environment, and any file manager.
As you may already know, yesterday Linux Mint 18.2 left the beta stage and became available for everyone. It is now possible to upgrade all Linux Mint editions to version 18.2.
Linux Mint 18.2 is the latest version of the popular distro. The final version of Linux Mint 18.2 "Sonya" is now available with all its editions including, Cinnamon, MATE, XFCE and KDE. Let's see what has changed.
In this article, we will see how to change the color of individual folders in Linux Mint. This will allow you to colorize a folder icon without changing the whole icon theme. Let's see how it can be done.