zsync is a very handy download tool if you would like to keep your Ubuntu Xenial Xerus ISO image up to date without the need to re-download and entire ISO image every time there was an update. This is especially true with a daily build Ubuntu Xenial Xerus ISO images or if you have a limited download speed or bandwidth. In this case thezsync will allow you to download only that part of the ISO image which has been changed since your last download.
To get begin let's start by installation of zsync package:
The following linux commands will assist you with network restart procedure on Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial Xerus Linux. We will start with the most recommended commands and move down to more obscure or obsolete commands in case the above commands will fail from some reason. Let's begin with system and service manager by using systemctl command to restart network service:
$ sudo systemctl restart NetworkManager.service
Next command service will restart a relevant networking System V init script:
In this config you will learn how to install a digital distribution platform Steam on Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial Xerus Linux. This guide assumes that your system already have appropriate VGA driver installed.
Installation from UBUNTU Repository
The easiest way to install STEAM on Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial Xerus is by using apt-get command to fetch steam installed directly from Ubuntu's multiverse repository:
CGI ( Common gateway Interface ) is an interface between Web client and the web server that runs your CGI script/program. CGI is a quite old and was largely superseded by different programing languages such as PHP, etc. However, it still can find its place in Linux system administrator's hands as a quick tool for system monitoring and administration via web browser. This article describes in step-by-step manner how to run basic CGI scripts with various programming languages and scripts using Apache web server on Ubuntu Linux.
First we need to install apache web server. This is a fairly simple task and can be achieved with the apt-get command:
$ sudo apt-get install apache2
The above command will install Apache 2 web server with a default site located at: /etc/apache2/sites-available/default. When you open this default configuration site you will see that it is configured to run CGI scripts from /usr/lib/cgi-bin directory with URL alias /cgi-bin/:
This article will provide you with a core information on how to create boot-able Ubuntu Live customized isohybrid image to get you started with your own Ubuntu distro spin-off. The output image will be amd64 customized Ubuntu live image, capable to boot in all three boot modes: Legacy Bios, UEFI and SecureBoot.
The article will not get into much detail about how to perform the actual squashfs system customization. However, instead it will concentrate on all the steps regarding unpacking the official Ubuntu Iso and putting all parts back together to produce bootable isohybrid image supporting Legacy Bios, UEFI and SecureBoot modes.
As always we start by prerequisites and optional package installation:
The first part of creating your own customized Linux distro based on the Ubuntu Linux is to download the official Ubuntu ISO image. Create a new directory custom-ubuntu to hold all files required by this project. EFI and its SecureBoot feature is not supported on i386 architecture so download any amd64 version of the Ubuntu ISO image and store it within custom-ubuntu directory:
$ mkdir custom-ubuntu
$ cd custom-ubuntu/
$ wget http://url/to/ubuntu/image.iso
This article will describe multiple procedures on how to install various GUI desktop environments on Ubuntu Linux 14.04 LTS (Trusty Thar). The article assumes that no desktop manager nor display manager is currently installed on your system. Furthermore, If the display manager needs to be installed explicitly we will install lightweight XDM. In case that you require different display manager simply replace xdm package listed in below commands with some alternatives such as GDM, KDM, lightdm etc.
This article will describe an USB-Creator installation procedure on Ubuntu Linux. USB-Creator allows you to create a bootable USB key from Ubuntu CD or ISO image. First, we need to install all pre-requisites in order to build USB-Creator package. Once we have successfully build USB-creator packages we use dpkg command to install all USB-Creator on the system.
The following linux command procedure can be used to install Wine the Microsoft Windows Compatibility Layer (Binary Emulator and Library) on Ubuntu Linux amd64. If you are running 64bit Ubuntu Linux system in order to install Wine the i386 architecture needs to be enabled first. Otherwise any attempt to install Wine will result in:
Some packages could not be installed. This may mean that you have
requested an impossible situation or if you are using the unstable
distribution that some required packages have not yet been created
or been moved out of Incoming.
The following information may help to resolve the situation:
The following packages have unmet dependencies:
wine : Depends: wine1.6 but it is not going to be installed
E: Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages.