How to install and use snaps on Fedora

Developed by Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, and originally meant to be used on the latter, the Snappy package manager is a free and open source software used to install and manage snap packages. The purpose of Snap packages, just like flatpaks, is to distribute sandboxed and self-contained applications (applications are packaged together with their dependencies).

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Conky system monitoring on Ubuntu 22.04 Jammy Jellyfish Linux

Ubuntu 22.04 System Monitoring with Conky widgets

Conky is a system monitoring program for Linux and BSD that runs on the GUI. It monitors various system resources to report the current usage of CPU, memory, disk storage, temperatures, users logged in, currently playing song, etc. in a sleek little widget on your screen. This way, you’re able to see at a quick glance how your computer’s components are being utilized.

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Chromium Browser installation on Ubuntu 22.04 Jammy Jellyfish Linux

Ubuntu 22.04 Chromium Browser installation

The purpose of this tutorial is to show how to install the Chromium web browser on Ubuntu 22.04 Jammy Jellyfish. Chromium is an open source browser maintained by Google. Along with the Chromium browser itself, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Opera, Vivaldi, and a slew of other notable web browsers are all based on the Chromium source code. It’s safe to say that Chromium plays a huge role in the way that many users view the web today.

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FileZilla FTP client on Ubuntu 22.04 Jammy Jellyfish Linux

FTP client list and installation on Ubuntu 22.04 Linux Desktop/Server

When it comes to FTP clients, there’s no shortage of choices available on Ubuntu 22.04 Jammy Jellyfish. Variety is nice, but it makes it a little more challenging to select the very best tool for the job. We hope to make that decision easier for you in this tutorial as we look at some of the most popular FTP clients available and compare their features.

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Mozilla Firefox on Ubuntu

How to install, uninstall and update Firefox on Ubuntu

Every Ubuntu user that uses a graphical interface will have to interact with Mozilla Firefox in some capacity, since it’s the default internet browser on Ubuntu. Even if you just want to uninstall it and use a different browser, you’ll at least be dealing with it for a short time. In this guide, we’ll show you how you can install, update, and uninstall Firefox on Ubuntu Linux.

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