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Set and list environment variables in Linux

In Linux-based systems, you can set dynamically named values ​​as environment variables. These values ​​are stored on the system and used by the command line application. In short, environment variables are variables with names and associated values. A variable is a symbol, letter, or word that represents a value, such as “x” or “y”. Environment… read more »

Upgrade Fedora 30 to Fedora 31

Fedora 31 is officially released and available for download. We can upgrade to version 31 using the command line method or graphical upgrade method on the workstation. Upgrade Fedora 30 to Fedora 31 Use graphical methods Launch GNOME software application or select software from GNOME Shell Select the Update tab in the GNOME software, and… read more »

How to stop and disable the firewall on CentOS 8

A firewall is a security feature that filters incoming and outgoing traffic and blocks potentially malicious applications. In addition, the firewall gives the system administrator the right to determine which services and ports are allowed, and which services and ports are blocked or blocked. In this tutorial, you will learn how to stop and disable… read more »

How to install Google Chrome on RHEL 8 / CentOS 8

Google Chrome is the most popular and widely used browser in the world, and is available for all smartphones, tablets and all types of operating systems. RHEL 8 comes with Firefox browser, which is the default browser In this tutorial, I will show you how to install the latest version of Google Chrome on Redhat… read more »

MBR vs GPT-partition considerations (screenshot)

As technology advances, there are many ways to store and organize data. This has led to new devices with large storage capacities. To manipulate such a large capacity, you will need to use the appropriate partition table on your hard drive. When you consider preserving data, two popular formats, GPT and MBR, are used before… read more »

Install / upgrade to Linux Kernel 5.4 on Ubuntu / LinuxMint

Linux Torvalds has released a new stable kernel 5.4 release after eight release candidates. Linux Kernel 5.4 brings some network updates (a mix of network drivers and core networks), some minor GPU driver updates, some network updates (a mix of network drivers and core networks), and some minor GPU driver updates. In this tutorial, I… read more »

How to get the current date and time in Python

In this tutorial, you will learn the classes provided by the DateTime module for manipulating dates and times in a simple and complex way in Python 3.x. of datetime Module contains datetime Class to get the current date and time you will use now() method. Get the current time and date To display the current… read more »