UNIX and Linux Commands Tutorials

How To Update Linux Mint To The Latest Release

How To Update Linux Mint To The Latest Release

Let’s see how to update Linux Mint to the latest version. Recently, Linux Mint came out with their latest release is Linux Mint 20.1, codename “Ulyssa” and we’ll learn to update an existing installation to….

Linux Mint Vs Ubuntu

Linux Mint vs Ubuntu – Which one is the best for you?

Linux Mint vs Ubuntu has been a common comparison topic since they’re two of the most popular Linux Distros. For a long time, Ubuntu was considered the best distro out of the box for Linux….

How To Install Linux Mint In VirtualBox

How To Install Linux Mint In VirtualBox

In this article, we’ll learn to install Linux mint on Virtualbox. Linux Mint is one of the most lightweight distros which you can run in VirtualBox. Whether you just want to try out Linux or….

Linux Commands Cheat Sheet

Linux Commands Cheat Sheet

This article is a quick Linux Commands cheat sheet designed to give you most of the common commands at a glance. The list is divided into sections that can help you find the command that….

Essential Linux Apps You Need Today

Top 5 Essential Linux Apps You Need Today

In this module, we are going to discuss 5 essential Linux apps which you need today. These apps are can come in handy to anyone: from the casual daily user to the advanced ones. List….

Vim Plugins Min

Vim plugins that you can use to boost your productivity!

VIM or the VI Improved text editor is proclaimed as one of the most advanced text editors that were developed and it comes with a lot of plugins. And, while it seems like it has….

Lightweight Linux Distros

Top 10 Best Lightweight Linux Distros of 2020

Today, we’re talking about the best lightweight Linux distros of 2020 today. If you want to bring an old computer back to life or you are a minimalist who likes their computer systems lean, this….

Compare Two Files

Compare two files in Linux – Using diff, vimdiff, and colordiff

Linux provides you with multiple options to compare two files. The most popular command to compare two files is diff. In this tutorial we will look at diff command and some other options the you….

Vi Vs Vim

Vim vs Vi – Similarities and Differences Between VIM and VI?

Vim and Vi are both text editors available in Linux. Vi stands for Visual since it is a visual editor. Vim is short for Vi Improved. The two editors are very similar to each other…..

Dig Command In Linux

dig Command in Linux: A Complete Beginner’s Reference

The dig command is a Linux utility that allows you to grab information about a domain from the command line. The command is very vast with a lot of options and tags to work with…..

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