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How to create a Live Linux USB drive using Etcher

In the Linux community, one thing is common between almost all of the users: trying out different Linux distributions. Most of the Linux based distributions have a great way of being tested as they provide ISO images for creating a Live USB.

6 ways to find out your Linux file system type

Any Operating system in the market whether its Windows, Linux, Unix, macOS, and any other, must be able to access and manage files and data on storage devices.

How to secure wipe USB drive, SD card on Ubuntu

SD Cards and portable USB drives are among the many flash storage devices we have in the market today. SD Cards are commonly used in smartphones and cameras to hold personal data and digital information.

How to restart the Ubuntu Server using command-line

Ubuntu server is growing popular every day. Thanks to containers and cloud computing. For small businesses and organizations looking for an affordable server solution, the Ubuntu server is the way to go. It works well with practically all hardware and virtualization platforms.

How to format a USB drive or SD card on Ubuntu

In this post, we are going to look at how you can format your USB drive or the SD card on the Ubuntu operating system. Most of these methods will also work with other Debian based operating systems like Kali Linux, elementary OS, Zorin OS, Parrot, Tails, Debian, and many more.

How to run Windows apps on your Ubuntu PC

Allow us to say that there are not as many applications for Linux compared to Microsoft Windows. Linux has a vast world of free and open-source applications (FOSS) that should get almost all of your work done, but if you're in a situation where you need to install and run a Windows program on your Linux system, don't worry, we've got it covered too!

5 Best ways to encrypt files in Linux

Privacy is something that almost all of us have concerns about. Many people switch over to Linux because of its better privacy features. In this time, where many people believe (quite rightly so) that privacy doesn't exist anymore, Linux provides a ray of hope. Distributions like Tails OS are specifically designed for that purpose.

How to clone hard disk on Linux using Clonezilla

Disk cloning refers to the process of copying data from one disk to another, thus creating a one-to-one copy of the drive. Technically, this process is possible using the copy-and-paste method.