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  • Learn Linux

    Choosing the right Linux file system: Your ultimate guide

    by Arun Kumar
    by Arun Kumar 11 minutes read

    Navigating the diverse ecosystem of Linux file systems can initially seem like a perplexing endeavor, especially given the myriad of choices available. Each file system comes with its own set of advantages and potential drawbacks, catering to different user needs and system setups. The choice of the file system not only impacts how data is stored and managed but also influences the performance and security of your Linux installation.

  • Harnessing the full potential of Linux often means utilizing virtual environments to run diverse operating systems or to test various configurations without affecting your main system. VirtualBox stands as a popular choice for this, offering a plethora of settings that can fine-tune your experience. However, navigating through these settings and figuring out which ones are important can sometimes be a daunting task.

  • In the vast and diverse world of Linux, file installation sometimes comes in the form of compressed packages, often denoted as .tar.xz and .tar.gz files. These file formats contain bundled files and directories that need to be extracted and installed manually, offering a method to distribute various software packages efficiently. For newcomers and even seasoned users, navigating the installation of these file formats can sometimes pose a bit of a challenge.

  • Ubuntu

    How to install different versions of Java on Ubuntu

    by Divya Kiran Kumar
    by Divya Kiran Kumar 14 minutes read

    Navigating the installation of different Java versions on Ubuntu can sometimes feel like traversing a labyrinth. Whether you are a seasoned developer needing multiple versions for various projects, or a beginner aiming to get a grip on different Java environments, understanding how to effectively manage different versions is crucial. Ubuntu, with its robust and versatile framework, allows users to switch between different Java versions seamlessly, adapting to the specific needs of their projects.

  • Ubuntu

    How to install and use Tilix Terminal on Ubuntu

    by Tony Gidraph
    by Tony Gidraph 13 minutes read

    For tech enthusiasts and professionals alike, the terminal is a powerful tool that lies at the heart of system control and programming tasks. When it comes to Ubuntu, a Linux-based OS known for its reliability and flexibility, utilizing a terminal emulator like Tilix can elevate your productivity and streamline complex tasks. Tilix brings a modern touch to terminal emulation, offering features such as tiling, custom appearances, and advanced session management.

  • ProgrammingUbuntu

    How to install and use WebStorm on Ubuntu

    by Tony Gidraph
    by Tony Gidraph 16 minutes read

    The prowess of WebStorm as an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) is hard to contest. Especially for web developers, it offers a bouquet of features, from intelligent coding assistance to seamless version control integration. If you’re an Ubuntu user, integrating this powerful tool into your workflow can elevate your coding endeavors manifold.


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