Fedora Xfce 31: A Lightweight Fedora Spins Distro

Fedora Spins are customized Fedora distros with different desktop environments (like Xubuntu, Lubuntu, Kubuntu and so on). While GNOME is the default desktop for Fedora, Spins come in a variety of different desktop environments like KDE Plasma Desktop, Cinnamon, LXQt, LXDE, MATE and Xfce. This article describes installing and using Fedora Xfce 31 Spin. Download it from here. Minimum PC requirements...

Void Linux : An Independent Lightweight Linux Distro

Void Linux is an independent Linux distribution suited for more experienced users. It is not based on any other popular distros like Debian or Arch and instead of systemd,  it uses runit for managing system services which is considered far more better. So if you are an experienced Linux user and want to try out a new independent distribution, Void Linux can be a good option. It can even support embedded...

A Quick Guide To Using Zypper For Package Management In openSUSE Linux

Using Linux command line is quicker for adding, removing, installing and updating software packages. Various distros have their own package management tools, for e.g : Debian based distros use apt, Fedora/ Red Hat has dnf and openSUSE has zypper. Let’s take a quick look at how to use zypper in openSUSE for updating, removing and finding various software packages. (Root privileges...