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Install Ceph 15 (Octopus) storage cluster on Ubuntu 20.04

The You can download this article in PDF format to support us through the following link. Download the guide in PDF format turn off The The The I have been planning to write an article about installing Ceph Storage Cluster on an Ubuntu 20.04 Linux server. Today is the delivery date. Ceph is a software-defined… read more »

How to install VirtualBox on Kali Linux, Ubuntu and Debian

The You can download this article in PDF format to support us through the following link. Download the guide in PDF format turn off The The The Welcome to how to install VirtualBox on Kali Linux, Ubuntu and Debian. What is VirtualBox? VirtualBox is a cross-platform virtualization application. Basically, it is a type 2 hypervisor… read more »

Wesnoth Battle 1.14.12 has been released! [How to Install]

Battle for Wesnoth 1.14.12 was released 1 day ago. Here’s how to install on Ubuntu 18.04, Ubuntu 19.10, and Ubuntu 20.04. Wesnoth 1.14.12 includes many bug fixes for the campaign, including Descent into Darkness, Heir to the Throne, Northern Rebirth, Son of the Black Eye, Under the Burning Suns, and more. There are also language… read more »

Install Node.js 14 on Ubuntu 20.04 / 18.04 and Debian 10/9

The You can download this article in PDF format to support us through the following link. Download the guide in PDF format turn off The The The Node.js is a server-side JavaScript language based on the following: V8 JavaScript engine From Google. Node.js allows you to write server-side JavaScript applications. It provides an I /… read more »

How to create aliases for customizing commands in Ubuntu

Ubuntu allows you to customize your long and strong bash commands, using short and nice aliases as a replacement. When you work on the command line, you can simply use an alias instead of the entire command that you want to avoid typing. An alias will work just like the team against which it was… read more »

How to write and run a C program on Linux

Linux is becoming a haven for developers, being an open and free operating system. The Turbo C compiler is an old approach to compiling programs, so let programmers switch to Linux for a new programming environment. In this article, we will describe how to write, compile, and run a simple C program. This will serve… read more »

How to install and configure LAMP server in Ubuntu

The LAMP or LAMP stack is a very useful open source development platform developed for Linux. It’s called LAMP because it uses Linux as an OS, apache as a web server, MySQL as a relational DBMS and Php like a scripting language. Installing LAMP on Ubuntu is pretty simple. This article describes a very convenient… read more »

5 Ways to Check Available Memory in Ubuntu 20.04

As users of Ubuntu, especially as administrators, we must check how much RAM our system uses and how many of them are free. We also know that most administrative tasks can be done better using the Linux command line than through the graphical user interface. For example, servers usually work in a shell, and the… read more »

How to change keyboard layout in Ubuntu

Most Ubuntu users prefer to use their native language as their primary input language when running their system. Ubuntu Settings Utility allows you to add your native language as a keyboard input source. This source input language can be configured to be used as the default keyboard layout. This layout indicates that everything you type… read more »

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