Building Cross-Distribution Linux Applications with Flatpak

Fragmentation has been a problem for quite some time in the Linux ecosystem. A variety of distributions exist today, with their own package managers and their own…

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How do you manage packages in Ubuntu?

Ubuntu has an extensive Package management system This includes installation, setup, upgrade, and package deletion. Package management functions include checking software updates and resolving dependencies. It also…

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A brief introduction to fzf (Interactive Command-Line Fuzzy Finder)

I’ve mentioned fzf a couple of times in the articles on Linux uprising, but I’ve never really written about it. fzf has long been part of my…

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How to monitor network traffic on Linux using vnStat

Developers and system administrators may need to monitor various network parameters, such as: B. the bandwidth consumption and the incoming and outgoing data traffic. There are many…

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Install macOS Big Sur or Catalina in a virtual machine with Docker-OSX

Docker OSX is a project in which macOS runs almost natively with OSX-KVM in a Docker container. This way you can install macOS in a QEMU virtual…

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How to use Ubuntu Timedatectl

Every computing device has the time and date as the most basic service they provide. Date / time and time zone are interrelated phenomena in computing devices…

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RAID levels 0, 1, 4, 5, 6, 10 explained

As businesses grow, the demand for more reliable infrastructure that can handle critical systems increases. Proper storage management is an important component in a stable and scalable…

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How to use Ubuntu HWClock

Linux supports two types of clocks in every system; one is a hardware clock and the other is a software clock. The hardware clock works independently of…

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How to install Oracle Java 16 on Debian, Ubuntu, Pop! _OS or Linux Mint using the APT PPA repository

Those looking to install the latest Oracle Java 16 (recently released) on Ubuntu, Debian, and Linux distributions based on them like Linux Mint, Pop! _OS, etc. can…

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How to Install and Use Glances to Monitor Linux Systems

Monitoring a system is essential to ensure that everything runs smoothly. Glances is a Python-based tool that provides information on various aspects of the system, such as…

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