The computer name or the hostname of a system is used to identify it on the network. You are asked to set a computer name or hostname when you install your OS and it must be unique to avoid conflicts.
In this article, we will explain how to set timers, alarms, and stopwatches on your Debian system. We will explain the following two ways to do so: Through the UI using the Gnome Clocks tool Through the command line using
Sometimes we have to hide our data to protect it from third-party access to the system. However, one way to achieve this is through encryption. But today we are going to talk about another method, namely steganography, which makes it
The majority of Linux administrators and some of the regular Linux users prefer to use the command line to perform daily operations. However, you may find it tedious to open the terminal over and over again. In this case, we
Sometimes you need to find out which devices are connected to your network. There can be several reasons for this. Your Internet might be running slower than usual, you might notice some suspicious activity that someone is stealing your Wi-Fi,
Sometimes you may require multiple IP addresses on your machine, e.g. when testing things or when you run a server that is connected to multiple networks. It is often impractical to buy multiple network cards, plug them into your server
If you have a problem reading text on your Debian screen, you can easily adjust the text size. In some situations, the font is too small to see it properly, and there are different options to change the font size
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
If you are unfamiliar with Java programming in the Debian operating system, this article will guide you towards writing and compiling the first Java program. For this purpose, you will require the Java Runtime Environment and the Java Development Kit.
In this article, we describe how to install GNU Octave, an interpreted high-level language mainly intended for numerical calculations. It offers possibilities for the numerical solution of linear and nonlinear problems and for performing other numerical experiments. It also offers