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05/19/2018

How to Stress Test your Web/App

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In this tutorial you’ll learn how to stress test your web/app for free. Stress testing it’s a must as it helps you to find out whether your website can or not handle many visitors at once. The service that we are going to use on this tutorial it’s called loader.io, it’s free and paid web […]

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05/27/2018

How to Install VirtualBox on Ubuntu and Debian

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In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to install VirtualBox on Ubuntu(14.04,16.04,17.10), Debian(7/8/9). Step 1 – Update your System Make sure your system is up to date, run the commands below to update it. Ubuntu/Debian sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade Step 2 – Add VirtualBox PPA After updating your system, you need to add virtualbox […]

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06/01/2018

Basic Linux Commands Every Beginner Should Know

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If you’re a long-time Windows user, new to Linux, using the terminal may feel like alien territory. After all, you’re probably more accustomed to being able to point here, click there to get things done. And, while some Linux distributions like Mint have a user friendly graphical interface, the core of Linux is the kernel, […]

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06/03/2018

How to Install Anbox on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

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What is Anbox? Android in a box Simply put, Anbox, lets you easily run any Android applications on Linux operating system. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to install anbox on latest version of ubuntu. Bionic Beaver (18.04) LTS Step 1 – Update your system Before starting, make sure your system is updated in order […]

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06/06/2018

How to Create a Bootable USB on Arch Linux

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SUSE Studio Imagewriter it’s a free and open source iso burner tool that you can use to write ISO(s) to your usb device on linux. It has a very simple GUI and it’s very easy to use it. Step 1 – Download Imagewriter Imagewriter it’s available on arch linux repository and installing it takes almost […]

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06/08/2018

How to Install and Uninstall Softwares via Octopi on Manjaro Linux

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In this tutorial you’ll learn how to install and uninstall softwares via octopi on manjaro linux. What is octopi? Octopi is a GUI package manager built on Qt that makes using both of the Arch/Manjaro prime terminal package managers – pacman & yaourt – simple point & click operations. Features Allows you to search packages […]

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06/13/2018

How to Install Trizen on Arch Linux

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In this tutorial you’ll learn how to install and use trizen to manage packages on arch linux. Trizen is a lightweight aur package manager written in perl, using it is easy just like many other aur package managers. Features Install packages from the AUR Search support for AUR packages Reading AUR comments for packages Upgrade […]

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06/18/2018

How to Install Discord on Arch Linux

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In this tutorial you’ll learn how to install Discord on Arch Linux. Installing Discord on Arch Linux it’s easy, and it can be done via a few easy steps. Installing Discord Via AUR Discord is available on arch linux respository, so you can download it via pacman or any aur helper you want. Make sure […]

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06/26/2018

How to Record Terminal Screen as an animated GIF file on Arch Linux

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In this tutorial you’ll learn how to record anything you do on terminal as an animated gif file. To achieve this, we’ll be using two softwares ttyrec and ttygif. ttyrec will only record the terminal screen, while ttygif will convert the recorded file to a gif file. Let’s start with installation The following commands will […]

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07/29/2018

Top 5 Best Linux Distros for Advanced Users

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Choosing the right Linux distro for yourself is no small chore, but it isn’t that hard to figure it out. How experienced are you with Linux? What do you need the distro for? If you need it for running a server, then CentOS or Fedora are good options. Do you want a graphical user Interface […]

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