Ubuntu 24.04: How to install appimage

Ubuntu 24.04: How to install appimage

AppImage provides a convenient way to distribute and run desktop software on Linux without the need for installation or root privileges. This format packages applications in a way that allows them to run on various Linux distributions. Ubuntu 24.04, like its predecessors, supports running AppImages, providing users with a vast array of software options not necessarily available in the official repositories.

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Setting Up GPT4All on Ubuntu/Debian Linux

Setting Up GPT4All on Ubuntu/Debian Linux

Welcome to the comprehensive guide on installing and running GPT4All, an open-source initiative that democratizes access to powerful language models, on Ubuntu/Debian Linux systems. Whether you’re a researcher, developer, or enthusiast, this guide aims to equip you with the knowledge to leverage the GPT4All ecosystem effectively.

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How to install Electrum Bitcoin wallet on Debian/Ubuntu Linux

How to install Electrum Bitcoin wallet on Debian/Ubuntu Linux

Electrum is a wallet for Bitcoin cryptocurrency. It has been around since 2011 and has remained a popular choice among users thanks to its advantages like being free, decentralized, redundant, and safe. It is possible to get started with using the Electrum Bitcoin wallet on Linux by installing it on distributions like Debian Linux and Ubuntu Linux. In this tutorial, you will learn how to install Electrum wallet on Debian/Ubuntu, and verify the download to make sure all is safe.

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How to install BitPay Wallet on Debian/Ubuntu Linux

How to install BitPay Wallet on Debian/Ubuntu Linux

BitPay wallet is a popular choice among cryptocurrency users because it supports a wide variety of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, and a slew of others. The wallet also provides services to merchants in order to accept online payments. In this tutorial, we will go over the steps to install BitPay wallet on Debian Linux and Ubuntu Linux. Follow along below to get started with storing your cryptocurrency inside BitPay on Linux.

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How to install, uninstall and update Firefox on Ubuntu

How to install, uninstall and update Firefox on Ubuntu

Mozilla Firefox is the preferred web browser for many Linux users. It is free and open source software, which as we all know, goes hand in hand with any Linux system. One important aspect of system security is to keep your Firefox web browser up to date, since malicious websites can potentially take advantage of older browsers.

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How to install Brew on Linux

How to install Yum on Linux

Yum is a package manager for Linux systems that rose to prominence for being the default package management system for Red Hat Enterprise Linux and its derivative distributions for many years. It has since been replaced by dnf package manager, which is a fork of yum that has been developed to be faster, more efficient, and have better documentation. Modern Linux distros only use yum as a compatibility layer for dnf, in order to accomodate legacy Bash scripts and old commands.

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Installation of MKVToolNix Matroska tools on Ubuntu Linux

Installation of MKVToolNix Matroska tools on Ubuntu Linux

With the tools provided in MKVToolNix, one can get information about Matroska files (with mkvinfo), extract tracks and data from Matroska files (with mkvextract) and create Matroska files (with mkvmerge) from other media files. Matroska is an open source multimedia file format aiming to become the new container format for the future. With MKVToolNix, users can edit and create MKV files with ease.

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How to Install MakeMKV On Fedora Linux

How to Install MakeMKV On Fedora Linux

MakeMKV is a powerful tool for working with DVDs and Blu-Ray. In fact, it is probably the most reliable way to work with and play Blu-Ray on a Linux system. MakeMKV is partially open source and partially proprietary. It is not distributed in Fedora’s repositories, which makes it a bit trickier to install it than some other applications.

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Python editors on Raspberry Pi

Python editors on Raspberry Pi

The Raspberry Pi can be an excellent choice for developers or hobbyist programmers as a small and lightweight workstation. Python is already installed by default on the Raspberry Pi, if you are running the default Raspberry Pi OS. Despite its small size, the Raspberry Pi contains hardware that is plenty sufficient to run a Python IDE so you can crank out your Python code. Unfortunately, some editors do not have ARM support, so our choices are slightly smaller on the Raspberry Pi.

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How to set VNC resolution on Raspberry Pi

How to set VNC resolution on Raspberry Pi

One of the most common ways for users to access and administer their Raspberry Pi is via a VNC connection. VNC allows users to control their Raspberry Pi remotely, and interact with the desktop environment as if they were sitting directly in front of the Raspberry Pi, with a monitor and other peripherals plugged in. In reality, the Raspberry Pi needs nothing more than an Ethernet or Wi-Fi connection to facilitate VNC connections and full access to the system’s desktop.

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