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Installing Nagios On Ubuntu in 2020

Network monitoring is one of the more important jobs in an enterprise. Nagios is an open-source network monitoring tool through which you can monitor...

How to Use Ansible to Install and Set Up WordPress with LAMP on Ubuntu...

Server automation now plays an essential role in systems administration, due to the disposable nature of modern application environments. Configuration management tools such as Ansible are typically used...

How to Get a Copy of Latest Ubuntu CD for FREE

Ubuntu installation cd are provided free of cost by Canonical. Ubuntu is an OS based on the popular open source distribution called Debian and is promoted by...

How to do a clean installation of Ubuntu-18.04.3-desktop

The best way to install, or setup a new PC with Ubuntu-18.04 is using a clean installation, and in this guide, we’ll help to accomplish this...

How to Change Grub Boot Order in Ubuntu

It is official that Grub2 is the official default boot loader for Ubuntu 10.04. The new version of grub comes with increased flexibility as...

How To Burn a DVD On Ubuntu

Overview Burning a DVD is still a great way to install Ubuntu on devices with an optical drive. In this tutorial we will show you...

How to Setup Remote Desktop in Ubuntu or Any Other Linux Distribution

Remote Desktop Login A well known concept in the web scenario. Infact most of the tech world depends on this. Remote Desktop simply means that...

E17- Enlighten your Desktop!!

Enlightenment E17 or DR17 is a desktop environment that can serve as both the window manager and a desktop environment at the same time...

How to install WinRAR in Ubuntu

If you have just installed the new Ubuntu 11.10 but are facing problems in mailing a large number of files or opening the RAR...

Openbve Train Simulator for Ubuntu Install and Play

Open BVE is an open-source 3D train simulator for Windows, Mac OS, and Ubuntu. It is based on the free BVE train simulator but...