Ubuntu autoinstall example

Ubuntu autoinstall example

The ability to automatically install Ubuntu Linux would be useful to system administrators that must deploy the operating system to new physical or virtual machines on a regular basis. Automatic provision of these systems can save hundreds of man hours as well as decrease the likelihood of human error. Automation of installing Ubuntu involves supplying the operating system with the desired hostname, username, and password.

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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. In this tutorial, you will see how to install PyCharm on Ubuntu 20.04 Focal Fossa Linux.

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How to install Puppet on Ubuntu

How to install Puppet on Ubuntu

Puppet is a powerful tool to automate server configuration, deploy updates or other configuration, and manage multiple systems at once. Puppet also has its own programming language, which is easy to understand even for inexperienced programmrs. The application is free, open source, and can be installed on Ubuntu Linux.

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Using Master PDF Editor on Ubuntu Linux

Install Master PDF editor on Ubuntu

Master PDF editor is a powerful tool to create or edit existing PDF documents. The Master PDF editor is not available for Ubuntu via standard repository, but you can keep reading to find out how to install this software on Ubuntu Linux. Installing Master PDF editor will not only allow you to open and view PDF documents, but modify them and save your changes as well.

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Burn ISO to USB in Linux

Burn ISO to USB in Linux

The purpose of this tutorial is to show how to burn an ISO file to a USB drive. USB drives have recently overtaken CDs and DVDs as the primary media of physically distributed software. It is now a common task for system administrators and normal users to install operating systems and software via USB.

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How to change from default to alternative Python version on Debian Linux

How to change from default to alternative Python version on Debian Linux

Your Debian Linux installation may include multiple python versions and thus also include multiple python binary executables, and it’s possible to change python version that the system is using. In this tutorial, you will see how to install multiple versions of python, and change the python version on Debian using the update-alternatives python command. Check the sections below to learn how.

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Checking the libc version on Linux

Check libc version

The GNU C Library, often abbreviated to libc or glibc, is ordinarily installed out of the box on all major Linux distros. It is an essential library that many software packages will rely on in order to run properly or run at all. In case you need to check what version of libc is installed on your Linux system, we have you covered in this tutorial.

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How to install package on Debian Linux

How to install package on Debian Linux

If you are new to Debian Linux, one of the first things you will be wondering how to do is install a software package. Although Debian usually comes with all the essential software installed out of the box, you will inevitably want to extend the operating system’s functionality even further, which can only be done through installing more software. Debian gives us a lot of options to do so, including through the system package manager, software center, or installing a .deb file.

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