PPA is the short-form for "Personal Page Archive". In this Learn Linux guide, we shall take a deep look into the PPAs and how to add/remove them in Ubuntu.
Any software development can be classified into two broad models, including Standard Point release, and other the Rolling release. Linux distributions development also use one of these development cycles.
Linux Kernel is constantly updated with new features, bug fixes, performance improvements, and security loop hole fixes. Since Linux distributions can't catch up immediately...
Today, we will learn how to test internet speed from the command line via Terminal in various popular Linux distributions including Ubuntu, Fedora, and Arch Linux.
When it comes to power options in Linux distros, there are Logout, Shutdown, Suspend, and Hibernate functions. Logout and Shutdown are self-explanatory. Let's learn...
If you are here, I think by now you should have test drove a Linux distro using a Live USB drive. Once you did that and...
Another day, another command line tutorial. Today, let's talk about an important networking command in Linux, ip. This command is very useful to fish out network parameters of the Linux computer. It works on all Linux distributions including Ubuntu, Arch Linux, Debian, Fedora, and etc..
Many of our readers have requested me to write articles on learning Linux. I'm excited to introduce first article in this mega series - Linux Shell. You might have heard about this term used in Linux quite often. So, what is Shell?
For the apps that are not available through the Ubuntu software center, some developers package the executable in .run and .bin binary packages. This tutorial aims at providing you step-by-step directions on the method to install those binary packages.
Linux command lines may look initially out of the comfort zone for beginners, but as one start learning, it becomes the obvious choice for performing tasks, mostly for remote login and troubleshooting purposes. So what are Linux commands? Commands are the user input tasks in the Terminal of a Linux OS.
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