How to use and install Rofi on Linux tutorial

Rofi is a free and open source application typically used in the context of very minimal graphical environments on Linux (simple windows manager like i3, instead of full fledged desktop environments like GNOME or KDE). Rofi has multiple functions: it can work as a window switcher, an application launcher or a run dialog, and can be used as a replacement for dmenu.

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Installed GUI on Ubuntu 20.04

Ubuntu 20.04 GUI installation

The purpose of this guide is to install a desktop environment on Ubuntu 20.04 Focal Fossa, whether you already have a GUI installed and wish to use a different desktop environment, or if you are only using the command line and would like access to a GUI.

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Installing and using the ifconfig command on Debian

How to install missing ifconfig command on Linux

Most of us longtime Linux users have the ifconfig command seared into our brain, after years of repetitive use. It comes as a shock to some when they type the command and are met with an error message (ifconfig command not found). Indeed, the command has become deprecated, but it’s still possible to install ifconfig command.

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How to install Gnome and start gui in Redhat Linux

How to install Gnome and start GUI in Redhat Linux

This article will answer the following questions: How to start GUI in Redhat Linux. GNOME is the default desktop environment on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, but only if you opt for the full installation of the operating system. Other installations don’t include any GUI by default. If you’ve chosen a minimal install but don’t want to be limited to just the command line, you can install the GNOME desktop environment in a few simple commands.

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How to open http port 80 in Redhat Linux using firewall-cmd

How to open http port 80 in Redhat Linux using firewall-cmd

This article will provide you with an information on how to open port in Redhat Linux, and more specifically we will be talking about the HTTP port 80.  firewalld is the default firewall program that comes pre-installed on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 and 8. By default, the firewall is turned on, meaning that a very limited number of services are able to receive incoming traffic.

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