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Beginners guide to the Linux operating system. Eight simple tutorials which cover the basics of LInux.

How to install Wine 6.3 on Ubuntu 18.04 / 20.04 / 20.10.

The Wine team has announced a new development release, Wine 6.3, with new features and various bug fixes. Wine 6.3 Characteristic: Improved debugger support on the NT system call interface. The WineGStreamer library has been converted to PE. More WinRT support with WIDL. Optional support for build IDs. There are also various bug fixes for… read more »

What is vm.min_free_kbytes and how to set it up

What is sysctl vm.min_free_kbytes configurable for Linux kernel and what value should be set? In this article, we will explore this setting and its effect on a running Linux system. We will check its effect on the OS page cache and on mallocks, as well as on what the system free command shows when this… read more »

Where to find GNOME logs

When GNOME gives you problems and you want to troubleshoot or report it to the developers, you must find the log files. In addition, you can create additional log files. This requires adding patches, so it requires more experience than the average user. If you’re having trouble getting GNOME up and running, you’ll need to… read more »

About the lspci command in Linux

The lspci command is a Linux utility used to obtain information about PCI buses and devices connected to the PCI subsystem. You can understand the meaning of the command by looking at the word lspci in two parts. The first part of ls is a standard Linux utility used to display information about files on… read more »

How do I debug a bash script?

A script is simply a file that contains a bunch of commands. The main idea of ​​the script is to automatically execute and re-execute a series of commands, instead of manually entering them one by one. For a script, all you need to do is create a simple text file and enter a list of… read more »

GNOME – How to Control the Startup Sequence

What’s the most popular desktop? How does it start? What GNOME Needs to Get Started, the Values ​​You Want to Provide … From the beginning and with small systems, you will be putting values ​​in ~ / .xinitrc. The simplest file will simply contain “exec gnome-session”. A more sensible file would look like the one… read more »

Bash shell scripts – what can be changed

In most, if not all, shells, you have a script that launches your shell. Learn how to change it and you will have your own terminal environment. The most obvious use for these settings is to change the appearance and the tooltip displayed when the shell starts. From a more functional point of view, you… read more »

What is Amazon Linux 2?

Amazon is the largest player in the cloud computing market, and its cloud computing platform Amazon Web Services (AWS) has maintained very strong growth since its launch in 2006. To help its customers take full advantage of its cloud offering, the company has created its own Linux server operating system called Amazon Linux. Amazon Linux,… read more »

The best chess games to install on Ubuntu

“I have come to the personal conclusion that while all artists are not chess players, all chess players are artists.” Marcel Duchamp Chess, one of the oldest games of skill and history lesson, is widely known throughout the world. This is a war over the board, and each war requires strategy, the core game of… read more »

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