Operating systems

Efficient Directory Creation: Mastering the mkdir Command for Single and Multiple Directory Creation in One Command

mkdir stands for “make directory.” It’s a command used in Unix-like operating systems (including Linux and macOS) and also in Windows command-line environments. The purpose of the mkdir command is to create directories (folders) within the file system. Creating a directory When you run mkdir followed by the name of the directory you want to […]

Quick Linux Guide: How to install .*deb files

To install a .deb file you can use the dpkg command-line tool. dpkg is a package manager for Debian-based systems like Debian, Ubuntu, and their derivatives. It is used to install, remove, and manage software packages on the system. dpkg works directly with .deb packages, which contain the files and metadata necessary for software installation. […]

Quick Linux Guide: Getting File Hashes

A hash is a cryptographic function that takes an input (or “message”) and returns a fixed-size string of bytes, typically represented as a hexadecimal number. It’s used to verify data integrity and authenticity. Hash functions are designed to be one-way, meaning it’s computationally infeasible to reverse the process and obtain the original input from the […]

Quick Linux Guide: How to Optimize and Monitor Your Linux System

Stacer Stacer is a system optimizer and monitoring tool for Linux distributions. It provides a graphical interface to manage various aspects of their system, including system cleanup, resource monitoring, startup apps management, and more. Stacer offers a user-friendly way to optimize system performance and keep track of system resources in Linux environments. Stacer monitors your […]

Quick Linux Guide: Ubuntu Software and Application Updates – How to Fix an Update Error: Unable to Update

Snap is a cross-platform packaging and deployment system developed by Canonical, the maker of Ubuntu, for the Linux platform. It’s compatible with most major Linux distros, including Ubuntu, Debian, Arch Linux, Fedora, CentOS, and Manjaro. Snap Store, formerly known as Ubuntu Software Center or Ubuntu Software, is a graphical package management tool and software storefront […]

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