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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...

5 Reasons Why Ubuntu Is Better For Gaming Than MacOS

Body Gaming is one of the most fantastic ways to have fun and still make a living. Therefore, having the appropriate operating system is key...

How To Install and Use PostgreSQL on Ubuntu

Introduction PostgreSQL is an object-relational database management system (ORDBMS) based on POSTGRES, Version 4.2, developed at the University of California at Berkeley Computer Science Department. POSTGRES pioneered...

Simple Bash Script to Parse Apache Access log Entries to Find top User Agents,...

If you have a website running on a LAMP server and receive reasonable amounts of traffic you would run into the need to know...

How to Use Facebook through the Command Line – 2020 Guide

A majority of Linux users prefer sticking to their terminal rather than accessing through a GUI for most of their daily tasks. Have you...

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 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 install WinRAR in Ubuntu – 2020 Guide

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...

Commands to Check Hard Disk Partitions and Disk Space on Ubuntu

Here we are going to check some command that can be used to check up the partitions on your system. The commands would check what...

Get a Dictionary on Your Console Using SDCV – 2020 Guide

We all end up looking for a dictionary every now and then. Online dictionaries and Wikipedia are great tools, but we are not always...