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08/04/2018

Linux uname Command and Examples

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uname is a very useful command in Linux, it allows you to check information about your Linux environment. uname without an option will print only the kernel name of your operating system not the version. That’s why when you type uname it gives you only Linux on screen because that’s the kernel name. Check the […]

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08/11/2018

How to Install Atom(Hackable Text Editor) on Linux

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“Atom” is an open source free coding tool available on GitHub under MIT license. They describe it as “A hackable text editor for 21st century”. Atom was released four years ago in 2014. Let’s take a look at atom features. Highly Customizable Atom by default comes with nothing. All you need is to install packages […]

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08/19/2018

Top 5 Best Linux Distros for Beginners

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If you’re a beginner and haven’t found the right Linux distro yet..here are top 5 best Linux distros that you should try. 1. Ubuntu Ubuntu is one of the most well known distros in the Linux world. Based on the Debian architecture, Ubuntu is a highly customize-able and lightweight distros. It is well known for […]

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10/26/2018

How to Create a Discord Bot on Arch Linux

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Creating a bot on Discord it’s easy, and most importantly it’s completely free. In this tutorial you’ll learn how to create and host a Discord bot on Arch Linux. What is Discord? Discord is a chatting software for gamers. Why would i need a bot on my Discord? Who doesn’t love bots. You can use […]

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11/18/2018

How to Install Softwares with Flatpak on Arch Linux and Ubuntu

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There are many ways to install a software on Linux. Flatpak it’s one of easiest way to use for installing softwares on Linux.  Let’s begin with installation of flatpak on your system Arch Linux Run the following command to install flatpak then reboot. sudo pacman -S flatpak Ubuntu Step 1 – Add the official Flatpak […]

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01/03/2019

How To Install and Manage Python Packages on Linux With PIP

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In this tutorial you will learn how to install PIP(Pip Installs Packages). A tool for installing and managing python packages on Linux. Install PIP on Fedora python2 sudo yum upgrade python-setuptools sudo yum install python-pip python-wheel python3 sudo yum install python3 python3-wheel Install PIP on CentOS/RHEL On CentOS 7 you have to install setuptools package […]

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01/06/2019

How To Install VMware Workstation on Linux

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In this tutorial you will learn how to install VMware Workstation on Linux systems. Before we start with the tutorial, this is the trial version of the VMware Workstation, which means after 30 days you’ll be asked to register your software by purchasing a license. VMware Workstation it’s not a free software, however 30 days […]

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01/09/2019

How to Convert Images on Linux

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In this tutorial you will learn how to convert images on Linux from one format to another, let’s say you have an “.jpeg” image, and want to convert it to “.png” format. To do that we’ll need to use the convert command. The convert Command allows you to do much more than just converting, it […]

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01/19/2019

How To Install Cloudron on Your Server

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In this tutorial you will learn what Cloudron is, and how to install it on your Server. Cloudron is a solution that allows you to self-host multiple apps on your server, making it easy for you to install and manage them with one click. Cloudron free plan allows you to run only two apps on […]

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02/05/2019

How To Install Ghost on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

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In this tutorial you will learn how to setup and self-host ghost on your server. What is Ghost? Ghost is a free and open source blogging platform written in JavaScript and distributed under the MIT License, designed to simplify the process of online publishing for individual bloggers Prerequisites Ubuntu 16.04 Nginx(min 1.9.5 for SSL) Node.js […]

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