Flatpak uses remote repositories (usually just called “remotes”) in order to search for and download software. If at any point you decide that you no longer wish to download applications that come from a particular repository, you can always remove it from Flatpak. This will prevent Flatpak from querying the specified repo for future software searches and updates.
How to update Flatpak application
Applications that have been installed via Flatpak, just like those from other sources, will occasionally need to be updated. The Flatpak service can be used to keep your installed applications up to date. In this tutorial, you will see how to update all your Flatpak applications either individually or all at once on a Linux system.
Snapd unrecognized service: Solution
You may receive the
Snapd unrecognized service error when trying to start the Snap package manager service, or when trying to execute a
snap command. In this tutorial, we will go through some troubleshooting steps to resolve the
Snapd unrecognized service on a Linux system. Try out some of the methods below to get your Snap service up and running smoothly again.
How to use bash array in a shell script
In this tutorial we will see how to use bash arrays and perform fundamental operations on them. Bash, the
Bourne Again Shell, it’s the default shell on practically all major Linux distributions: it is really powerful and can be also considered as a programming language, although not as sophisticated or feature-reach as Python or other “proper” languages. Furthermore, Bash scripting is a must-have skill for any Linux system administration job.
FreeBSD vs GNU/Linux: What’s the difference
Every person in the tech industry or those that have spent some time tinkering with computers has heard of GNU/Linux. When it comes to FreeBSD, far less people are aware of its existence and not a lot of users (or even system administrators) understand the difference between the two operating systems. The most likely scenario of how you wound up here is that you have used Linux for a while, and are now wondering if FreeBSD is better or if it is a good idea to switch.
Ubuntu server tutorial for beginners
Most people probably know of Ubuntu as a desktop operating system. But Ubuntu’s massive popularity and strong footing in the Linux community have allowed Canonical to produce a very viable server edition and still maintain their desktop release. Ubuntu Server is a great choice if you are looking for an operating system for your production servers such as web servers, database servers, file servers, etc. It is free, stable, scalable, and has optional support plans.
Basic Linux Commands
Linux beginners may get overwhelmed by the sheer number of commands that are available in the terminal, but most users will find themselves executing the same few commands over and over. If you are looking to get started with the Linux command line, we have listed 20 of the most important and basic commands that you should know. These basic commands are the most essential to learn, and also the ones you will likley find yourself using the most.
How to change directory in terminal on Ubuntu
One of the most fundamental things for users of Ubuntu Linux that you will do on the command line is change your current directory. This allows you to navigate around the file system, and view or interact with files from different directories. In this tutorial, you will learn how to change directory in terminal on Ubuntu.
What is /etc directory in Linux
The Linux file system hierarchy was thoughtfully created and has undergone some careful changes since its inception. Linux users may have noticed a few directories that are always present on all systems, such as the
/etc directory and a slew of others that reside inside of root. Have you ever wondered what this directory is specifically for, and how it became such a staple for the Linux operating system? In this tutorial, you will learn what the
/etc directory is used for on a Linux system.
How to create file on Ubuntu Linux
Most users, if not every user, of Ubuntu Linux will need to create a file at some point. You may need to make a grocery list, a configuration file, or just an empty file used for testing purposes. The applications are endless, but inevitably you will need to make some files.
MBR/DOS vs GPT partition scheme for Linux
When partitioning a hard disk or other storage device, you have a choice on what type of partition scheme to use. By far, the two most common partition schemes to use are MBR (Master Boot Record, sometimes also referred to as msdos) and GPT (GUID Partition Table). When preparing to partition and format your hard drive, it is important to understand the differences between these two schemes in order to choose which one is ideal for your situation.
Ubuntu server system requirements
Ubuntu Linux is one of the most well known Linux distributions available. You have probably seen Canonical’s ubiquitous logo and the familiar look of Ubuntu Desktop running GNOME. What you may not have realized is that Ubuntu also has a very popular server edition of their operating system.