12 Useful Linux date Command Examples

Linux Date Command Examples

The date command is a command-line utility for displaying or setting date and time in the Linux system. It uses the system default time zone to display the time. In this article, I will show you 12 examples of how to best use the date command on Linux. To demonstrate the examples below I have … Read more

Install Kodi Media Player on Linux Mint 20

KODI Media Player

Kodi is a cross-platform media player launched by XMBC in 2004. It is used for media streaming on all kinds of screens whether they are large TV screens or very compact mobile screens. It means that it is designed in such a way that it looks equally appealing no matter which device you are using … Read more

How to Install KVM and Manage Virtual Machines in Ubuntu 20.04

Ubuntu KVM with Virtual Machine Manager

What is KVM KVM, or Kernel-Based Virtual Machine, provides a virtual environment in which one or more additional operating systems can run alongside the primary system without affecting its functionality. In KVM, the Linux kernel makes use of virtualization technology by leveraging your existing system and hardware resources. The new virtual environment created by KVM … Read more

How to Install and Configure Git on Ubuntu 20.04

GIT on Ubuntu Linux

Git is a widely used OpenSource version control system for software development. It has been initially developed by Linus Torvalds and is e.g. used to manage the source code of the Linux kernel. Any type of software project can be handled in an effective way by using GIT, often in conjunction with the free GIT … Read more

How to create and edit PDF files in Debian 10

Linux PDF Editor

PDF or Portable Document Format is one of the most widely used and well-known file formats used to read, print and exchange documents that do not require any editing. However, sometimes it is necessary to create and edit PDF files. Unfortunately, Linux does not ship with a standard PDF editor; however, you can do some … Read more