Linux Mint 20 LTS (Ulyana) Installation Guide with Screenshots

Linux Mint 20 LTS (Long Term Support) codename Ulyana is released on Saturday, 27 June 2020 based on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS. This is being a LTS release so you will get patches and updates till 2025. In this article, we are going to see installation steps and new features for Linux Mint 20 (Ulyana). It comes …

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Enable EPEL (Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux) on RHEL/CentOS 8/7

EPEL (Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux) as the name suggests it is an extra package which are not in the default repository on CentOS and RedHat Linux. EPEL is a freely available additional packages repository for CentOS & RedHat Linux. Let’s see the steps below to enable and disable EPEL repository. Prerequisites: 1. Running instance of CentOS/RHEL …

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XAMPP Installation on Linux

What is XAMPP? XAMPP (Cross-platform, Apache, MariaDB/MySQL, PHP & Perl) is a bundle consisting of Apache Web Server, MariaDB, PHP and Perl packages which is free and open-source stack developed by Apache Friends. In a LAMP installation we need to install every package individually whereas in a XAMPP installation, when need to install one single software package …

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Adminer – A Web-based Database Administration Tool for Linux

We interact with Database through Web-based or Command-line to perform administrator tasks in everyday life. We are aware of phpMyAdmin and phpPgadmin. However, Adminer in a single PHP file is yet another web-based advanced database management tool for Linux. It is a full featured web-based database management tool written in PHP for MySQL, MariaDB, PostgreSQL, SQLite, MS SQL, …

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Install htop command to monitor process of linux system

htop is a free ncurses-based real time process monitoring tool for Linux similar to top command. But htop allows you to scroll vertically and horizontally so that we can see all the running processes and full command lines on the system. htop uses ncurses to provide a “text-graphical” interface. htop allows mouse operation and output …

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apt command with examples

apt (Advanced Package Tool) is the most frequently used command in Debian-based Linux distribution system. It provides command-line tool to search, install, remove, update or to manage packages which are downloaded from different software repositories. apt command ensures the package dependencies effectively while installing, upgrading and downgrading the packages. When you use apt command you will see the progress bar …

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