Linux Uprising is new Linux website. Our articles cover not only Linux, but also free and open source software.

We post news from the Linux and open source world, how-to articles, application reviews, tips and tweaks.

Linux Uprising is not another copy / paste blog. We actually test things and try to come up with unique and original content.

Linux Uprising serves as a Linux and open source toolbox, in order to help our readers:

  • install that cool new application for which there are no installation instructions anywhere.
  • stay up to date with news from the free and open source software world.
  • tweak various parts of their system or desktop interface.
  • find an alternative to a Windows or Mac app you can't live without, or to an application that no longer works.
  • fix system and application issues.

Linux Uprising caters to both novice and experienced users. We try to present everything in an easy-to-understand, easy-to-use format, but that might not be enough in some cases. If you don't understand something or want some clarifications, leave a comment and we'll do our best to explain and make everything clear. 

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