6 Ways to get Debian version information

Debian Version

We may need to know which version of the Debian operating system we have installed on our computer. This can be useful in various situations, such as when we need to download a software build for a particular version of our current operating system, or when we need to access online support or deal with … Read more

How to find files on the Ubuntu command line

Find Files in Ubuntu

A typical problem when working with computers is that you can’t find the files you have stored somewhere. Many GUI programs allow you to search for files while working under Linux, regardless of the distribution. However, in some situations, you only have access to the command line terminal, especially if you manage servers or use … Read more

How to setup the JAVA_HOME path in Debian 11

Java is a very popular programming language that is used in desktop software development, mobile applications, business applications, and so on. It requires the installation of the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) and Java Development Kit (JDK) in order to develop and run Java applications. After installation of JRE and JDK, you also need to set … Read more

How to Make a User an Administrator in Debian 11

Debian Administrator User

If you have multiple user accounts in your system, it is not a good idea to give administrative privileges to all of them. It is always safe to limit the privileges of certain accounts to prevent unauthorized and potentially harmful changes to the system. However, if you want to assign administrative privileges to certain users, … Read more

How to Install VMware Tools on Debian 11

VMWare Tools

When you install a virtual machine or a guest OS on your machine, it does not exactly perform like the host OS because it has some limitations regarding performance. But VMware presented a solution for this by introducing VMware guest tools that enhance and improve the performance of the guest OS. VMware tools enable the … Read more

How to Install VirtualBox on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

VirtualBox Installation on Ubuntu

VirtualBox is a free, open-source, and cross-platform software that allows you to create, run and manage virtual machines on your system. VirtualBox was originally developed by Innotek GmbH and released in 2007. The company was later acquired by Sun Microsystems. With Oracle VM VirtualBox, you can create one or more VMs on a single physical … Read more