How to Install OpenCart on Ubuntu

OpenCart is a free shopping cart system and is one of the most popular open-source carts. It is a complete website solution that provides not only an ecommerce platform, but also an administration system to control your online store, and secure it against hackers. OpenCart includes all the features you would expect from a high-quality…

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How to Use RSYNC to Backup Data on Ubuntu

Loss of valuable data and not being able to recover it is the most painful incident that can happen to any of us. To take precautions against this problem, a backup copy of the data needs to be created. A data backup is a copy of valuable data kept on your devices, such as computers,…

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Install and Use Vagrant VM Automation Tool on Ubuntu 20.04

Vagrant is a very useful automation software when you craete virtual machines regularly, e.g. for software testing and DevOps. It is a command line tool that is used by developers to build and manage their preferred virtual machines. It makes it easy for developers to set up a developing environment that works on many operating…

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How to Install Brasero on Ubuntu 20.04

Brasero is an open-source tool, which made specifically for Linux / UNIX operating systems to burn CD and DVDs. It is a freely available tool written in C language and offers some unique features that allow users to create discs quickly and easily. It has a user-friendly front-end interface for running the backend tools such…

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Browse Anonymously Using Tor Browser on Ubuntu

What is Tor? The Onion Router, or Tor, is a free and open-source service that allows users to surf the web anonymously. It may be used to prevent websites and apps from tracking or attempting to identify your whereabouts. This is accomplished by routing your network traffic across a global network of servers and removing…

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How to Install and Use KVM in Ubuntu

KVM refers to the Kernel-based Virtual Machine which helps to run multiple Linux or window-based isolated guests along with their own OS and virtual dedicated hardware. To run KVM, we need processors with hardware virtualization extensions, such as AMD-V or Intel-VT. It was originally designed for x86 processors, so having x86 processors is quite preferable.…

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