How To Rename Files in Linux – A Step By Step Guide

As simple as it seems, it might be as complicated. Renaming shouldn’t be any advanced option on any modern-day operating system, neither should it need the special tools. However, when there’re entire vacation photos or hundred of vlog clips waiting ...

How to Install VirtualBox in Ubuntu 22.04 LTS (Jammy Jellyfish)

VirtualBox is a free and open-source virtualization tool for desktop and servers. It allows the users to run multiple virtual machines of different operating system at the same time. It is a type 2 hypervisor for x86 virtualization. Some of ...

How to Boot Debian 11 into Rescue / Emergency Mode

Booting a Linux system into rescue mode or single user mode is one of the important troubleshooting for Linux admins. Rescue mode is also known as single user mode. Generally Linux system is booted into rescue mode in order to ...

How to Create VPC (Virtual Private Cloud) Network in GCP

VPC is a virtual private cloud in public cloud like GCP (Google Cloud Platform) and AWS. In simple terms, VPC is a dedicated private network for your project in google cloud platform. It provides networking for virtual machines, containers and ...

How to Create VPC (Virtual Private Cloud) in GCP

VPC is a virtual private cloud in public cloud like GCP (Google Cloud Platform) and AWS. In simple terms, VPC is a private network for your project in google cloud platform. In this guide, we will learn how to create ...

How to Install MongoDB on RHEL 8 / CentOS 8

MongoDB is a scalable, Open source, high performance, and document-oriented NoSQL database. It is developed and supported by 10gen. NoSQL stats that MongoDB doesn’t use Tables and rows. MongoDB provide better performance as compared to other databases because it saves ...

How to Use Tags in Ansible Playbook (Examples)

Sometimes, you might want to run specific tasks instead of running an entire playbook file.  This helps to reduce the total playbook execution time, especially when dealing with a large playbook file. So, what are tags? Tags in playbooks are ...

How to Install Apache Tomcat on Debian 11 (Step by Step)

Apache Tomcat is a free and opensource web server which is widely used for hosting web applications written in Java programing language. It is an implementation of Jakarta Servlet and Jakarta Expression Language (formerly Java Servlet and Java Expression Language) ...

How to Download RPM Without Installing on RHEL 8 / CentOS 8

While working on RHEL and CentOS Servers there are some scenarios where we want to download specific or set of RPM packages from the command the line without installing it. Though we can use wget command to download packages but ...

How To Use Nmap in Kali Linux – A Practical Guide

In general, Nmap denotes “Network Mapper.” Nmap in the Kali Linux context is a utility that is employed broadly by penetration testers in assessing the vulnerability of a system and for the discovery of networks. Nmap is a robust tool ...

How to Change Hostname in RHEL 8 / CentOS 8

Hostname is the name or label of a computer or a network device. Computer or network device has it own IP address but it is very difficult for the humans to remember it that’s why hostname is set on computer ...

How to Install Kubernetes (k8s) Cluster on RHEL 8

Also known as k8s, Kubernetes is an opensource, and portable container orchestration platform for automating the deployment and management of containerized applications. Kubernetes was originally created by Google in the Go programming language. Currently, it is maintained by Cloud Native ...

How to Secure Apache Web Server with Let’s Encrypt on RHEL 8

In an online world that is constantly awash with security threats, securing your web server should be foremost in one’s mind. One of the ways of securing your web server is implementing the HTTPS protocol on your site using an ...

How to Install Kubernetes Cluster on Rocky Linux 8

Hello techies, as we know Kubernetes (k8s) is a free and open-source container orchestration system. It is used for automating deployment and management of containerized applications. In this guide, we will cover how to install kubernetes cluster on Rocky Linux ...

How to Use Debug Module in Ansible Playbook

Ansible provides hundreds of modules which are reusable standalone scripts that get executed by Ansible on your behalf. The Ansible debug module is a handy module that prints statements during playbook execution. Additionally, it can be used to debug expressions ...

How to Install PostgreSQL Server on Zorin OS 16

This post focuses on how to install PostgreSQL Server PostgreSQL, usually known as Postgres, is an open-source, powerful object-oriented relational database. This is the first database management system intended for a UNIX-based environment. However, due to changes in its design ...

How to Create and Use MacVLAN Network in Docker

In Docker, a common question that usually comes up is “How do I expose my containers directly to my local physical network?”  This is especially so when you are running monitoring applications that are collecting network statistics and want to ...

How to enable x11 forwarding in Kali Linux

X11 is the X Window System which allows you to run software on a UNIX/Linux server in a Windows-like way such that you can use your mouse to click around in it. The secure way to do this is to ...

How to Create Sudo User on RHEL | Rocky Linux | AlmaLinux

Sudo user is the regular user in Linux which has admin or root privileges to perform administrative tasks. But, by default all regular users in Linux are not sudo users, root user has to manually assign sudo rights to the ...

How to Configure IP Networking with nmcli Command in Linux

Nmcli (network manager command-line interface) is a command-line utility used to control the NetworkManager daemon which is used to configure network interfaces. With the nmcli utility, you can display, create, edit, enable and disable network interfaces or connections. It is ...

Microsoft ports DirectX to Linux (again), updates WSL kernel

Microsoft has released a new DirectX kernel driver for Linux on Kernel.org.  The updated driver reflects feedback from Microsoft’s first attempt to bring the technology to the open-source operating system. Specifically, the driver has been re-written from scratch and ...

How to Install EndeavourOS Step by Step with Screenshots

EndeavourOS is a terminal-centric Arch-based Linux distribution that provides a cool and elegant desktop environment and prides itself in having a vibrant community of opensource developers. Like all rolling releases, it’s an evolving distribution that aims at provides the best ...

How to Install MX Linux 21 Step by Step with Screenshots

Debian, which is a hugely popular Linux distribution, has given rise to a wide selection of popular Debian flavors. Among the most celebrated and hugely popular Debian flavors is MX Linux, which takes the first position in Distrowatch at the ...

How to spin up virtual machines fast on Ubuntu with Quickemu

Virtualization on Ubuntu is one of its strengths. However, setting up a VM as a new user can be tedious and confusing. That’s where Quickemu comes in. It harnesses the power of QEMU in the Linux kernel and automatically spins ...

How to listen to YouTube Music on Linux with Ytmdesktop

We’ve covered how to listen to YouTube Music on the Linux desktop before using the unofficial YouTube Music app developed by Th-Ch. However, this program isn’t the only way to listen to the service on the Linux platform. If you’ve ...

How to run Windows software on Linux easier with Bottles

Running Windows programs on Linux can be confusing and complicated. That’s where Bottles comes in. This program can make running Windows programs much more straightforward. Here’s how to use Bottles on your Linux PC. Installing Bottles on Linux Before we ...

How to prepare a 3D model for printing on Linux with Cura

Cura is one of the best 3d printing tools out there. It supports tons of great features and is easy to use. This guide will go over how you can use Cura to prepare a 3D model for printing on ...

How to get the most out of a 3D printer on Linux with SuperSlicer

SuperSlicer is an open-source fork of the PrusaSlicer application. It works quickly and efficiently and can help you get the most out of your 3D printer. Here’s how to use SuperSlicer on your Linux PC. Installing SuperSlicer on Linux SuperSlicer ...

How to upgrade to Krita 5.0 on Linux

Krita 5.0 is out for Linux users, and it is packed with new and exciting features. If you’ve been looking to upgrade to 5.0, this guide will help! Follow along as we show you how you can upgrade to Krita ...

How to upload photos to Flickr from the Linux desktop

Are you a photography nerd using Linux? Love uploading pictures to your Flickr account but don’t like dealing with the UI on the website? If so, check out Frogr. It’s a neat little app that lets users upload images from ...

How to customize keyboard shortcuts on Cinnamon

The Cinnamon desktop has a reputation of being easy to configure. Despite this, many users have trouble figuring out how to customize the keyboard shortcuts on the desktop. For this reason, we’re making this guide. In it, we’ll discuss how ...

6 free strategy games to download on Linux

There are many great, open source strategy games released on the Linux platform. So many that Linux gamers can’t keep up with them all. For this reason, we’ve compiled a list of the best free strategy games to download on ...

The 4 best SSD-friendly file systems on Linux

Setting up a new SSD on your Linux laptop or desktop? Unsure of what the best file system is to use? We can help! Here are the four best SSD-friendly file systems on Linux! 1. Ext4 Extended4 (aka Ext4) is ...

How to change user information on Linux

If you want to change or tweak user information on Linux, you have two options: the graphical user interface, or the terminal. For most users, the terminal is best as it’s fast and gets things done quickly. However, beginner users ...

5 best portable Linux operating systems

Having a portable Linux operating system is great. It can help you access important files, check email and communicate securely no matter where you are or what computer you are using it on. There are tons of portable USB Linux ...

How to install Firefox Developer Edition on Linux

Firefox Developer Edition is a robust, developer-centric web browser for web developers. It includes a “next-generation CSS engine, “the entire suite of “Firefox DevTools,” a “Shapes Editor,” “Fonts Panel,” and much more! Still, for as excellent and as feature-filled as the ...

How to set the program defaults in KDE Plasma 5

KDE Plasma 5 has an excellent set of default applications, but they’re not for everyone. Thankfully, Plasma 5 has a robust set of settings that allow the user to customize and change the program defaults easily. Unsure how to customize and ...

How to set the program defaults in Gnome Shell

If you’re unhappy with the program defaults in Gnome Shell, you’ll probably want to change the program defaults. Thankfully, Gnome Shell is very user-friendly and allows users to swap out program defaults quickly. Not sure how to set and change ...

How to host a Minecraft game on a Linux virtual machine

Dedicating an entire Linux PC or server just to run a Minecraft game is a waste of resources. If you’re looking to get a quick Minecraft server running, it’s much better to host it from a Virtual machine. There are ...

How to set up Koofr cloud sync on Linux

Koofr cloud sync is a European-based cloud storage system similar to Google Drive, Dropbox, Onedrive, and other popular syncing services. It offers a variety of different plans (both premium and a free option with 2 GBs of space.) The cloud service ...

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