How to perform unattended linux installations with kickstart

How to perform unattended Linux installations with Kickstart

Kickstart is an automatic installation method natively available on those distributions which uses the Anaconda installer: Red Hat Enterprise Linux (and its clones) and Fedora. It can also be used to install Ubuntu, actually, but in that context it acts as a layer of compatibility to the debian-native preseeding method. With Kickstart we can perform unattended, customizable and reproducible installations.

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How to install OnlyOffice Desktop Editors on Linux

How to install OnlyOffice Desktop Editors on Linux

OnlyOffice is an open source office suite compatible with both open and proprietary documents formats. The suite includes applications to create and edit text documents, spreadsheets and presentations. The “community” version of OnlyOffice is cost-free and can be installed both as a service, or in the form of classic desktop editors.

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Share your desktop screen with VNC on Linux

Share your desktop screen with VNC on Linux

VNC is a system that allows you to remotely control another computer. It allows you to relay your mouse and keyboard inputs as if you were physically sitting in front of the system, when in fact you could be on the other side of the world. It works well for sharing your desktop screen with another user, whether you want to grant them the ability to control your computer or just be able to see what you are doing on it (with mouse and keyboard input blocked).

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Curl command not found

Curl command not found

If you encounter the curl command not found on a Linux system, it means that the tool has not yet been installed. The curl Linux command can use various network protocols to download and upload data on Linux. In this tutorial, you will see how to install the curl command on all major Linux distributions.

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How to upgrade Ubuntu from 22.04 to 22.10

How to upgrade Ubuntu from 22.04 to 22.10

Ubuntu 22.10 Kinetic Kudu is officially out. This is the latest version of Ubuntu and was released on October 20, 2022. Ubuntu 22.10 is an interim release of Ubuntu, meaning that it is different from a long term support release. It will be supported for nine months with updates. Users of Ubuntu 22.04 can upgrade to Ubuntu 22.10 to see all the new features right now.

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Check RPM package dependencies on Rhel/Centos/Rocky

Check RPM package dependencies on Rhel/Centos/Rocky

Files with the .RPM extension are software packages intended for installation on Red Hat Enterprise Linux or one of its derivative Linux distributions, such as CentOS, AlmaLinux, Rocky Linux, or Fedora. When you install software by using an RPM file, your system may need to install dependencies for it to run correctly. This is common behavior for the dnf package manager as well, so you may already be familiar with package dependencies. In this tutorial, we will show you how to check the package dependencies for an RPM file on RHEL and similar distros.

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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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PyCharm 3D creation suite on Ubuntu 20.04 Focal Fossa

How to install PyCharm on Ubuntu 20.04 Linux Desktop

PyCharm is a graphical IDE (integrated development environment) that can be installed on Ubuntu Desktop. Many Python programmers enjoy using PyCharm because it can be used to analyze code, debug programs, and is integrated with Git and other version control systems, as well as web development applications. PyCharm is developed by JetBrains. It is free and open source, or at least the community edition is.

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How to install jdownloader on Ubuntu/Debian Linux

How to install jdownloader on Ubuntu/Debian Linux

The jDownloader application allows you to download files from many links simultaneously. It comes with handy features like pausing and resuming downloads, extracting contents from compressed archvies automatically, and setting maximum bandwidth usage, among other things to help you manage all of your downloads. It is an open source tool available for Linux systems and will make bulk downloading much easier for you.

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