How to Uninstall Programs from your Ubuntu System

Remove Ubuntu applications

This article describes removing software from your Ubuntu system that you do not need anymore. We are describing software removal both through the graphical user interface (Ubuntu Software Manager) and the command line-the (Terminal). Please note that you need administrative privileges to install/uninstall any software from Ubuntu. We have run and tested the commands and … Read more

3 Ways to Find PC’s Hostname Using Linux Terminal

Get Linux hostname

Just as Internet Protocol address or IP address gives an identification to your device, similarly, the hostname is another parameter through which you can recognize your device. It is a string of human understandable characters. Unlike IP address, hostname of a PC is easy to memorize and recall. For this purpose, one should always know … Read more

How to Configure Network Settings in Ubuntu

Ubuntu Network Configuration

When installing an Ubuntu server or desktop, it is important to know how to configure and view network settings. It’s also useful for troubleshooting problems with your Internet connection. Basic network configuration includes setting the IP address, the subnet mask for internal communication, and a gateway for connecting to external networks. In this article, I’ll … Read more

Network Configuration in Debian 11

Debian Network Configuration

If you are a regular Linux user or a system administrator, you might require to set up networking on your system. Unlike the desktop systems where you can use dynamic configurations, you will have to do specific configurations on servers depending upon your network environment. Dynamic configurations keep changing upon the server reboot so in … Read more

How to Edit the Hosts File on Debian

Debian Hosts File

This article is about editing the /etc/hosts file on a Debian 11 system. But let us first see what the Hosts file is. Understanding the Hosts File All operating systems keep hosts files on a machine to translate hostnames to IP addresses. Whenever you open a website by typing its hostname, your system will read … Read more

The Hosts File on Linux

Linux hosts file

All operating systems with network support have a hosts file to translate hostnames to IP addresses. Whenever you open a website by typing its hostname, your system will read through the hosts file to check for the corresponding IP and then open it. The hosts file is a simple text file located in the /etc … Read more