How to install Sublime Text 3 Code Editor on Debian 10

Debian Sublime Text 3

Sublime Text is a powerful and extensively used text editor that is mostly used by programmers. It is supported on all three major operating systems Linux, Mac, and Windows. Its lightweight and intuitive user interface can adapt to any writing and programming style. It is extremely fast and has a lot of functionalities. These functionalities … Read more

How to Install Google Chrome on Debian 10

Google Chrome on Debian 10

Chrome is a cross-platform, secure and light web browser which is developed by Google. It can run on Windows, Linux, MacOS, iOS and Android. In this tutorial, I am going to show you how to install Google Chrome on your Debian 10 machine using the terminal. Here we go!! Requirements You need to have the … Read more

How to Install Debian 10

Debian 10 Installation

This article shows you step-by-step how to install Debian 10 on your server or desktop. I have installed on my VMware workstation. However, the steps are same when you install on any physical machine. Let’s continue without wasting any further time. Download Debian 10 Step 1. Download the appropriate iso image according to your processor … Read more

How to install Emacs editor on Debian 10

Debian Emacs Editor

Emacs is a widely used open-source text editor for Linux. It exists for many years now and can be used for basic word processing, code editing, and scripting, etc. In this small how-to article, I am going to show you how to install Emacs editor on Debian 10 using the terminal. To start the installation … Read more

Four Ways to Open the Terminal in Debian

Open Debian Terminal

Although Linux users these days get to perform various operations through programs having high-end GUIs, there are multiple reasons to use the Linux command line called the Terminal. Through Terminal, you can access many powerful native Linux commands as well as the empowering command-line features of many desktop applications. You can install software on Linux … Read more

Play a Video in the Ubuntu Command Line-Just for Fun

Play Video on the shell

So yesterday, me and some geek friends were sitting and discussing the power of the Linux Terminal application. It boiled down to what is the most geekiest or Terminal-savvy thing we have ever done with our command line. A friend mentioned that he has played videos “in” the Terminal. If he had said ‘through’ the … Read more