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At the E3 Expo, the largest video game trade event in the world, which took place recently in Los Angeles, US, Atari made a big announcement with respect to advances of the Atari VCS. For those new to Atari VCS, it is a home gaming and entertainment system.
DE has announced the availability of Plasma 5.16 desktop environment with some very important changes that should be exciting especially for the Ubuntu 19.10 and Kubuntu users out there.
If you missed a heartbeat, that's okay, but you read it right. Google has made an announcement that all Chromebooks launched this year onwards will be Linux-ready right out of the box.
Getting hardware and your Linux system software details are one of the important steps in Linux administration. In this article, we will dig deep into the commands used to fish out these system details using uname command-line tool.
Every time you go across Terminal Tuts on our website, you should be reading usage of lengthy command lines that are to be entered into the Terminal. Obviously, we don't expect you to type the entire command manually, but rather use copy and paste.
Uninstallation of programs can be done by graphical way using the Ubuntu Software Center, and the Synaptic Package manager. Command-line way of doing it is also possible using apt-get and aptitude commands. We shall discuss each one of them in detail.
Ubuntu comes built-in with a backup tool known as "Déjà Dup." The backup tool is deactivated by default. This tutorial will guide you in setting up the backup of files and folders to a location.