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How to change default Debian applications

We all have our own preferences for the application we want to use to open and work with a particular file type. For example, whenever I start using a new version of the operating system, I install and switch to the VLC media player to play music and videos. On Debian, you can change the… read more »

How to install and configure Apache web server on Debian 10

Apache Server is one of the most popular open source web servers developed and maintained by the Apache Software Foundation. Apache is by far the most commonly used web server application on Linux operating systems, but it can be used on almost all Windows platforms, MAC OS, OS / 2, etc. It allows developers to… read more »

How to browse the Internet using the Debian terminal

Today we will talk about text-based web browsers. But you might be wondering why you need a text browser in today’s graphics era. There may be several reasons for this. One of the reasons may be that some people are more terminal savvy and want to do everything from the command line. Another reason could… read more »

How to install Microsoft OneNote on Linux

OneNote is a Windows tool developed by Microsoft that offers the user various functions and efficient operation. It has a web version and a desktop version. It is an effective tool for collecting drawings, audio, notes and screenshots. Microsoft does not offer an official version of OneNote for Linux. However, several open source tools can… read more »

Installing HAProxy to Configure a Load Balancing Server on Debian 10

Load balancing is the most common practice for distributing incoming web traffic across multiple back-end servers. This makes the application highly available even if some of the servers go down for some reason. Load balancing increases the efficiency and reliability of your web application. The HAProxy load balancer is used for the same purpose. It… read more »

How to access Google Drive in Debian 10

Google Drive is a cloud storage and sync service that allows users to store, sync, and share files across multiple devices. It offers 15GB of free file storage for every Google account. In this article, we will explain how to access the Google Drive account on a Debian system. The process involves connecting your Google… read more »

How to use the arping command in Linux

To a network administrator, ARP may sound familiar. ARP is a protocol that Layer 2 devices implement to discover and communicate with each other. The arping tool works over this protocol. Why do you need arping? Imagine you are working with a small office network. It’s tempting to use the classic ping command to ping… read more »