The quagga is a extinct subspecies of the plains zebra that was once found in southern Africa. The quagga was heavily hunted by European settlers in the 19th century and was thought to be extinct by the early 20th century. However, a small number of quagga specimens were found in zoos and private collections, and … Read more


Goobuntu is a flavor of the Ubuntu Linux distribution that is customized and optimized for use on Google’s Chromebooks. It is based on the long-term supported Ubuntu LTS (Long Term Support) release. Goobuntu includes a number of customizations and optimizations that are designed to improve the user experience on Chromebooks, such as: -A custom user … Read more

Free Software Foundation (FSF)

The FSF is a nonprofit with a worldwide mission to promote computer user freedom. We defend the rights of all software users. The FSF promotes the development and use of free (as in freedom) software–particularly the GNU operating system and its GNU/Linux variants–and free documentation for free software. The FSF also helps to spread awareness … Read more


The term “Flex” refers to a Linux-based software package that allows users to create and edit text files. Flex is similar to the vi text editor, but includes a number of additional features that make it more user-friendly. Flex is available for free from the Flex website. What is Flex payment? Flex payments are a … Read more

Open system

An open system is a system that is transparent, accessible, and adaptable. Open systems are designed to be easy to use and modify. They are often based on open standards, which allow anyone to create new applications or improve existing ones. Open systems typically have a large number of users and developers, and are constantly … Read more


Copyleft is a licensing scheme that allows for the free distribution of software and derivative works. Copylefted software is usually released under the GNU General Public License or a similar license. The main condition of copyleft is that any derivative work must be released under the same license. This ensures that the work remains free … Read more

Personal Home Page (PHP)

PHP is a scripting language that is often used to develop websites and web-based applications. PHP is a popular language for web development because it is relatively easy to learn and use, and it can be embedded into HTML code. PHP code is executed on the server, and the results are then sent to the … Read more


TailsOS is a Debian-based Linux distribution that is designed to be used from a USB stick or a DVD. It is a live operating system that aims to preserve your privacy and anonymity. All its incoming and outgoing connections are forced to go through the Tor network, which makes it difficult to trace your activities. … Read more


GNU GRUB is a bootloader for Linux systems. It is the default bootloader for most Linux distributions. GRUB is used to load the Linux kernel and initrd (initial ramdisk) at boot time. It can also be used to boot other operating systems, such as Windows. GRUB is typically invoked by the BIOS when the system … Read more

Linux Foundation

The Linux Foundation is a nonprofit technology consortium founded in 2000 as a merger between The Open Source Development Labs and the Free Standards Group. The Linux Foundation promotes, protects, and standardizes Linux by providing a unified voice and body of leaders in support of the Linux community. They also provide a structure for collaborative … Read more