Atuin: A Modern Shell History on Steroids (Installation + Usage)

Atuin is a steroid for your traditional shell history, using SQLite as a database to record each user-issued command along with additional context like exit status, hostname, session, cwd, etc. It also offers a free public server or the option to self-host to sync your

How to Use TLDR Pages on Linux (and Install It’s CLI Tool)

The default “command –help” section and “man command” page are quite overwhelming and confusing for beginners and also for professionals when they encounter a totally new command. In such scenarios, the person usually looks for a dedicated article on that particular command-line tool on the

Run Windows 11 in a Docker Container (Access it via the Browser)

The Windows Docker container is gaining significant popularity, allowing users to easily deploy Windows 11, 10, 8.1, XP, etc., as a container and later access it via a browser (with VNC). Before you confuse it with just a container, let me clarify that it uses

How to Install and Use Dockge on Linux: A Step-By-Step Guide

Are you struggling between the sluggishness of Docker (or Podman) CLI and the heaviness of Portainer? Then Dockge might be the best fit for you, as it is specially crafted for a user who only needs to manage containers or compose files for their Homelab

How to Install and Use jaq (jq clone) on Linux: Step-by-Step Guide

Jaq (pronounced like “Jacques”) is a Michael Farber and community effort to increase speed, correctness, and simplicity compared to its predecessor, the jq (JSON data processing) tool. At the moment, it promises to be 30 times faster and already provides improved conditional behavior, resolves crashes,

FrankenPHP: A Modern PHP App Server in Go (Install + Use)

FrankenPHP is a modern PHP app server built on Go and using the Caddy server under the hood. The standout feature that caught my eye was its standalone and self-contained binary, which can be easily downloaded and used without requiring any installation. In a single

Wave: 21th Century Terminal Emulator Designed for Gen Z

Wave is a free, open-source, cross-platform (currently not available on Windows) fancy terminal emulator designed for the modern generation to become comfortable with the command-line. It offers some interesting features lacking in traditional terminal emulators such as GNOME or Konsole, and I’ve been searching for

Basic to Extended Markdown Cheat Sheet With Examples

Markdown is a widely used standard for distributing text files with special syntax that modern software can easily understand and format, eliminating the need to write the entire HTML code. Consider it a way to add HTML style and structure to your text document in

How to Deploy Portainer with Podman on Linux

Podman is a fantastic Docker alternative, yet challenges arise when attempting to utilize Docker images in Podman, particularly those only compatible with Docker like Portainer. Yet, there is a certain way by which you can easily use Docker images like Portainer on the Podman (the

How to Install Portainer Server on Linux or WSL

Portainer is an amazing open-source container management platform that simplifies the deployment, management, and monitoring of containerized applications. It provides a user-friendly web-based interface (desktop clients are not available) that makes it easier for users to interact with container technologies like Docker or Kubernetes. As

Install Podman on Your Favorite Linux Distribution

Podman is an open-source container management tool for creating, managing, and running containers and images. It’s often used as an alternative to Docker, allowing users to run standalone (non-orchestrated) containers without requiring a daemon. Podman was developed by Red Hat, but it is supported by

Difference Between Docker and Podman (Ultimate Guide)

Podman is an open-source container management tool that provides a way to create, manage, and run containers on your Linux systems. Sounds familiar, right? If you’ve ever used Docker in your life, you can relate to their similarities. But hold your horses as you read