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Examples of Hard Installation and Soft Installation in NFS

Using the NFS protocol, the NFS client can mount the existing file system on the NFS server, just like the local file system. NFS mount can be used as soft mount Either hard mount. These installation options define how the NFS client should handle NFS server crashes or failures. In this tutorial, we will see… read more »

How to colorize the output of commands on Linux

Diff is a command line utility that can help users visually compare the differences between 2 files line by line on Linux/Unix systems. The Colordiff utility is a Perl script, which is an improved version of diff. It colorizes the output so that the differences between files are clearly visible on the terminal. In short,… read more »

How to connect to WiFi from the terminal on Ubuntu 20.04

If you have a wireless-enabled computer or laptop, you can connect to the Internet. On Ubuntu, you can use the following command line tools to connect to the Wi-Fi network on the terminal: t nmcli Let’s see how to use each of these tools to connect to WiFi from the terminal on Ubuntu 20.4 1)… read more »

How to backup with Duplicity on Ubuntu 20.04

If you are a system administrator and responsible for managing the server, backing up data is one of your most important tasks. Therefore, you must know enough about backup tools to make your task easier. Duplicity is a free, open source advanced command-line backup utility based on librsync and GnuPG. It generates digitally signed, version… read more »

How to enable colors for ls command output

In this article, I will write an article about setting colors for ls command output in a bash shell. In Linux, ls is one of the basic and most frequently used commands for listing directory contents in our daily management tasks. If you have noticed that the ls command displays different colors for directories and… read more »

How to install Java (OpenJDK) on Ubuntu 20.04

Java is one of the most famous programming languages ​​used to build various applications such as Jenkins, Tomcat server, IntelliJ IDEA and many other system software. This tutorial will show you how to install various versions of Java, Java Runtime Environment (JRE) and Java Development Kit (JDK) on an Ubuntu 20.04 LTS computer. Install the… read more »

How to create a new disk partition in Linux

Storage devices (such as hard drives or USB drives) need to be structured before they can be used. Partitioning is the process of cutting a disk into a separate area called a partition. Most importantly, a partition is required to install the operating system. The second common reason is that you can install multiple operating… read more »

How to install Chrome browser on Ubuntu [Easy Steps]

Google chrome is a cross-platform web browser and is considered the best among other browsers. Chrome is not an open source browser, so it is not available on the Ubuntu Software Center. Chromium is an open source version of Chromium with fewer features. Chrome no longer supports the 32-bit version, and the Chrome browser currently… read more »

How to install Eclipse IDE on Ubuntu 20.04

eclipse Is one of the most popular open source IDEs (IIntegration ddevelopment of EEnvironment) for use by software developers. It is popular in Java-based applications and is also used in C/C++, PHP and Perl and other web projects. Eclipse is very powerful Integrated Development Environment Support multiple programming languages. It provides many plug-ins and extensions… read more »

How to use the Ln command to create a symbolic link in Linux

Symbolic links are often called Soft link Either Symbolic link, This is a special type of file that refers to another file or directory. In this guide, you will learn how to use the ln command to create symbolic links in Linux to establish links between files. Link type In Linux, we have two types… read more »