UUID in Linux

The UUID refers to a Universally Unique Identifier that consists of 128-bit numbers that have the probability of having duplicates close enough to zero but not zero in the local system. It was originally used in the Networking Computing System and then, later standardized by the Open Software Foundation. The UUID is divided into five…

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How to Install Microsoft Edge on Ubuntu and Linux Mint

Microsoft Edge browser has been in use with the Windows operating system for years, however, back in 2020, this browser was also launched for the Linux operating system. It works as fine with the Linux operating system as it was previously doing with Windows or any other operating system. Therefore, in this tutorial, we will…

Seafile – Sync and Share Your Files on Ubuntu

Seafile is the high-performance open-source cross-platform software for file sharing and sync. The stored file can be synchronized from various devices from the central server through built-in file encryption. Before syncing the files to the server files are encrypted. The Seafile core is built using C programming which may be small but has fantastic performance.…

Traceroute command in Linux with practical examples

Traceroute is a network diagnostic tool that is used to display the route that network packages take from sender t receiver as well as the time it takes for the network packages to travel from one network node to the other. This command is used to test the IP route of the destination server or…

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How to Unpack Files in Linux Terminal

Linux is a popular operating system that includes various utilities for handling files, including zipping and unzipping files. Some other zip operations are zipcloak, zipdetails, zipsplit and zipinfo, but in this article, we will discuss how to extract data from files (unzip operation). In this article, I have used Ubuntu 22.04, a widely used and…

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