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How to Install Kodi on Linux Mint

In this article, we talk about the steps to install Kodi on Linux Mint. Kodi is a free and open-source (GPL) software media player and entertainment hub for Linux. It allows you to play and view….

Install Ansible On Ubuntu

Install Ansible on Ubuntu – Easy Step-By-Step Guide

In this article, we go over the step-by-step method to install Ansible on Ubuntu. When working from multiple locations or servers, you need a way to synchronize configurations across devices. This is a common requirement….

History Command In Linux

History Command in Linux – View Linux Terminal History

The history command in Linux allows us to view the history of the commands that we run in the terminal. You can set the maximum number of entries BASH should store as history in your….

Dpkg Command In Linux

The dpkg Command in Linux – A Beginners Reference

Let’s discuss the dpkg command in Linux in this article. Packages help in delivering or installing any application on a Linux system. Essentially, packages are compressed archive of the files and dependencies required to install….

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How to use lsof command in Linux

The job of lsof command is to “list open files” in the system. An open file does not necessarily mean a pdf or a text file, it includes disk files or pipes used by processes….

TIME COMMAND

Understanding the time Command in Linux

The time command in Linux outputs how long it takes for a command to run. It is used along with other commands to analyze the time taken to execute. The time command comes in handy….

Install Golang On Linux Ubuntu Debian

Install Golang on Linux – Step-By-Step Guide

In this tutorial, we go over the steps to install Golang on Linux. Go is a modern programming language created by Google. They create the language to fill in the gap of efficiently handling large….

Gunzip command in Linux

How to Use the Gzip command in Linux?

The Gzip command in Linux is used for compressing and decompressing files. This command is also used as gunzip for g-un-zip i.e. to unzip a gzip archive. It’s necessary that we compress files Expanding files….

install chrome on linux

Install Chrome on Linux Mint – Easy Step-By-Step Guide

In this tutorial, we will see how to install Chrome on Linux Mint. Google Chrome is a popular web browser that is suitable for surfing amazing websites like this one. We will also cover a….

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Soft Links in Linux – The Complete Reference

A link in Linux systems are pointers to a file or a directory. There are two types of links in Linux, namely soft and hard links. In this article, we will examine soft links in….

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