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…

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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 ProcessWire CMS on CentOS

ProcessWire is a free and open-source PHP content management system and framework that was created by Ryan Cramer in 2008, initially using the name Page CMS. In February 2011, it was publicly released as an open-source project under the MIT license. ProcessWire provides options for user authentication and permission levels, workflow, e-commerce integration, templating, etc.…

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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 Install the Latest Python Version on Debian 11

Python is an interpreted, interactive, object-oriented programming language. It was created by Guido van Rossum in 1991. Python runs on Windows, Linux/Unix, Mac OS. Python can be used to develop desktop GUI applications and CGI scripts for the web. Also, it’s used for server-side scripting for Apache HTTP Server sites. Python is most popular for…

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How to Install Apache Maven on AlmaLinux 8 and Rocky Linux 8

Maven is the name of an automated build engine used primarily for Java projects. It is a free, open-source tool that greatly eases building and managing of other libraries or applications that are to be bundled as part of the project. Maven takes care of details such as downloading dependencies, parsing information about those dependencies…

How to Install Apache Cassandra NoSQL Database on Rocky Linux 8

Apache Cassandra is an open-source NoSQL database management system. It is designed to handle large amounts of data across many servers and to survive the loss of any server. Cassandra’s architectural model is quite different from relational database systems. Cassandra stores non-relational data in row key-value pairs in a distributed set of nodes so that…

How to Install MariaDB on Rocky Linux 8

MariaDB is an open-source RDBMS that is mostly used for web development. It uses MySQL as its primary storage engine, but it is also lightweight, secure, and features in-memory ACID transactions. MariaDB was originally created by Michael Howard, a former engineer from Oracle Corporation and the Vice President of Engineering at Sun Microsystems. While it…