How to Install Ubuntu 22.04 from USB

This tutorial will show you step-by-step how to install Ubuntu on a desktop, notebook, or server from USB from a Windows system. So let’s start installing Ubuntu from USB. Prerequistes Install Ubuntu from USB Follow these steps to prepare the USB stick and to install Ubuntu. Once the installation is complete, restart your computer and…

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Sudo Configuration on Ubuntu and Linux Mint

System administrators can allow users to execute commands without passwords using Sudo rights, also known as superuser do. This command temporarily elevates privileges, allowing users to do crucial tasks without logging in as the root user. As a result, you must authenticate yourself by entering your login credentials into the system, confirming that you have…

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The Ubuntu Linux Operating System

Ubuntu Linux is one of the most popular Linux operating systems. It’s an open-source operating system that is user-friendly and secure. In this article, I’ll look at the history and some of the features of Ubuntu. The Ubuntu Linux operating system is developed by the company Canonical, powered by the Linux kernel, and based on…

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How to Install UrBackup on Ubuntu 22.04

Keeping backup regularly on the live server is a very challenging task for a system administrator. It helps the user or an administrator to recover the data in case of system failure and even data loss. For that purpose, various free backup tools are available to maintain the backup of your system regularly. UrBackup is…

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How to Install XWiki with Nginx Reverse Proxy on Ubuntu

XWiki is an easy, compact, and efficient wiki platform that enables you to tailor the wiki to fit unique requirements. It is implemented in Java & operates on JBoss or Tomcat-based servlet containers. XWiki is an easy and intuitive online frontend that allows you to generate and organize data from every gadget or search engine.…

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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…

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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.…

How to Install and Use NetworkManager (NMCLI) on Ubuntu

NetworkManager is a software application that manages network connections and network settings in Ubuntu Linux. An instance of NetworkManager runs for each network connection managed, which includes Wi-Fi and Ethernet connections, mobile broadband (GSM/3G), and others; NetworkManager will attempt to always maintain at least one active network connection available. If you are a system administrator…

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How to make Google Chrome the default Browser in Ubuntu

Chrome is the most used web-browser across the world. Everyone, in no matter what walk of life, has at least heard of it, if not used it in any capacity. It provides a plethora of features, supporting a plethora of extensions, and developer options that make it a must have web browser for everyone. Though…

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dog – Alternative to dig command in Ubuntu Linux for DNS lookup

You must have heard and used the dig command in Linux for DNS lookup. Alternative to that, there is a dog command which is an open-source tool with a beautiful interface used for DNS lookup. Its output is very attractive with different colors provided in Json format. It supports the DNS-over-TLS and DNS-over-HTTPS protocols. In…

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