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In the following Linux tutorial, you will learn how to install Git on AlmaLinux 8 in various methods. The post How to Install and Configure Git on AlmaLinux 8 appeared first on Linux Today.

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In the following Linux tutorial, you will learn how to install and use R programming language on Ubuntu 20.04. Learn how to install R using the CRAN repository and install packages from both R’s CRAN repository or PPA cran2deb4ubuntu on Ubuntu 20.04. The post How to Install R Programming Language on Ubuntu 20.04 appeared first on Linux Today.

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This guide explains how to work with conditional statements in bash scripting, and how to write compact conditional statements with examples. The post Conditional Statements In Bash Explained With Examples appeared first on Linux Today.

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For those wishing to upgrade from Debian 10 Buster to Debian 11 Bullseye, the process is very simple, but does take a while depending on the connection speed to the Internet. An upgrade the other day took about an hour due to slow download speeds from the Debian US repository, likely because a lot of people are upgrading at the moment. If you’re ready to make the upgrade, learn how to do it here. The post How to Upgrade from Debian 10 to Debian 11 appeared first on Linux Today.

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At this year’s All Things Open conference, IBM unveiled a new cloud guide focused on open source and hybrid cloud deployments. The post IBM Unveils Open Source Cloud Guide at All Things Open appeared first on Linux Today.

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In the following tutorial, you will learn how to install and configure Maldet on AlmaLinux 8. The post Configure Linux Malware Detect (Maldet) on AlmaLinux 8 appeared first on Linux Today.

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Wine (originally an acronym for “Wine Is Not an Emulator”) is a free and open-source compatibility layer that aims to allow computer programs developed for Microsoft Windows to run on Unix-like operating systems including Linux. This article walks you through the installation process. The post Linux for Starters: Your Guide to Linux, Part 21 – Wine appeared first on Linux Today.

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Rocky Linux is a Community-based Enterprise Operating System, officially released by Rocky Enterprise Software Foundation (RESF) which is a free support platform with a complete binary-compatible release using the Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) operating system source code. The advantage of Rocky Linux is that it is completely free to install on any 64-bit x86 and ARM64 (aarch64) system. In this article, we will see the step-by-step (using screenshot) installation on Rocky Linux 8.4, which will help you to understand very easily. It’s easier to install Rocky Linux since it is similar to CentOS 8, so the installation process won’t be complicated. The post Steps to Install Rocky Linux-8.4 with Screenshots appeared first on Linux Today.

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In this post, I will share my opinion on two operating systems: Windows and Ubuntu. I will point out all the pros and cons of both. I will share some nice tips and tricks that might be handy in your daily workflow which will help you compare them or make you switch to one or the other. The post Windows vs Ubuntu appeared first on Linux Today.

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Visual Studio Code has become one of the most popular IDEs for coding. This tutorial will teach you how to install Visual Studio Code IDE using the code-server application on your Rocky Linux 8 server. You will also expose it via a public domain along with SSL support. The post Install Visual Studio Code Cloud IDE on Rocky Linux 8 appeared first on Linux Today.

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VirtualBox 6.1.28 is here, about three months after VirtualBox 6.1.26, to introduce initial guest and host support for the Linux 5.14 and 5.15 kernel series. This means that you can now use VirtualBox on GNU/Linux systems powered by Linux kernels 5.14 or 5.15, as well as to run distributions powered by Linux 5.14 or 5.15 kernels inside virtual machines. In addition, this release introduces initial support for the upcoming Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.5 operating system, improves the detection of kernel modules in Linux hosts to prevent unnecessary rebuilds, fixes a display corruption on Linux Mint systems, and adds bindings support for Python 3.9. The post VirtualBox 6.1.28 Released with Initial Support for Linux 5.14 and 5.15 appeared first on Linux Today.

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Redcore Linux is a Gentoo-based live-installable distribution that brings Gentoo’s power to home users. It targets casual desktop users and, to some extent, even power users. The Redcore Linux devs have announced the release of version 2102. This version is called “Polaris” and is mostly focused on polishing and fixing bugs. Learn more here. The post Redcore Linux is a Gentoo-based Distro for Human Beings appeared first on Linux Today.

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String manipulation is one of the fundamental concepts of bash scripting. This guide explains how to create and manipulate strings in bash, with examples in Linux. The post Bash String Manipulation Explained With Examples In Linux appeared first on Linux Today.

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Coming only three weeks after the previous kernel security update, the new one is currently only available for Ubuntu 21.04 (Hirsute Hippo) and Ubuntu 20.04.3 LTS (Focal Fossa) systems running the Linux 5.11 kernel series, and it’s available for all supported architectures and kernel flavors that Ubuntu supports. The post Ubuntu 21.04 and 20.04 LTS Users Get New Linux Kernel Security Update appeared first on Linux Today.

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The implementation of the Ext2 file system overcame the limitations posed by Ext; the original Linux file system. Ext2 does not support any journaling feature, has 16GB to 2TB maximum individual file size, and 2TB to 32TB being its overall file system size. When considering the creation of backups for Ext2, Ext3, and Ext4 file systems in Linux, it is important to go with an effective and reliable tool. The dump program is an ideal candidate for creating backups of these file systems because of the following prime features: Supports remote backup. If you do not want to back up the whole filesystem, you can back up a section of the file system like Home, Documents, or Downloads. Removable media backups span multiple volumes. Supports incremental, differential, and full backups. The post Backup Ext2, Ext3, or Ext4 File Systems in Linux appeared first on Linux Today.

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The major US TV vendor Vizio stands accused of failing to fulfill the basic requirements of the General Public License (GPL) in its TV source code. The post Software Freedom Conservancy Sues Vizio for GPL Violations appeared first on Linux Today.

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Here are simple and straightforward instructions on how to install Git on Ubuntu. Works for any Ubuntu version, including Ubuntu 18.04, 20.04, 21.10, and other Debian-based distros. The post How to Install Git on Ubuntu appeared first on Linux Today.

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UnityX is the successor of the Unity7 desktop environment created by Canonical for its popular Ubuntu Linux distribution back in 2011 with the Ubuntu 11.04 release. But Canonical pulled the plug on Unity7 after seven years of development, yet the community wasn’t ready for this major change. In May 2020, developer Rudra Saraswat created an unofficial Ubuntu flavor called Ubuntu Unity, which features the good old Unity7 desktop environment. Now, the Ubuntu Unity creator wants to take Unity7 to the next level and has created UnityX, a modern, yet simple desktop environment. The post You Can Now Install the UnityX Desktop in Arch Linux, Here’s How appeared first on Linux Today.

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This detailed tutorial addresses all the possible ways to find available network interfaces on Linux and Unix operating systems. The post How To Find Available Network Interfaces On Linux appeared first on Linux Today.

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Pip is a widely used package manager for the Python programming language. It is used for installing and managing additional packages that are not available in the Python standard library. In this article, I will show you how to install and use Pip on Debian 11. The post Using Pip Python Package Manager on Debian 11 appeared first on Linux Today.

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Memcached is a free and open-source program that eases the re-extraction of information from a database with an object caching program, which allows for PHP-based apps such as WordPress and Joomla to run smoothly without much latency. The post How to Install Memcached on Ubuntu 20.04 appeared first on Linux Today.

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In this article, we are going to see how the logical volumes write the data to disk by striping I/O. Logical Volume management has one of the cool features which can write data over multiple disks by striping the I/O. The post Manage Multiple Logical Volume Management Disks using Striping I/O appeared first on Linux Today.

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In the following tutorial, you will learn how to install Opera Browser on Linux Mint 20 with either the stable, beta, or developer branches. The post How to Install Opera Browser Stable, Beta, or Developer on Linux Mint 20 appeared first on Linux Today.

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Are you tired of Windows problems? Have you heard about this magic place called Linux and you want to try it out? Here are the 5 best distros for beginners. They are all Debian-based distros, so they all use the apt package manager by default. This kind of distro is easy to learn and to install. The post 5 Best Linux Distros for Beginners appeared first on Linux Today.

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Canonical has revealed the codename for the next LTS version of Ubuntu i.e, 22.04. The Ubuntu 22.04 LTS release date has also been revealed and is set for April 22, 2022. Learn more here. The post Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Codename Has Been Revealed and It’s Dangerous Hot appeared first on Linux Today.

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