You may want to create a bootable USB stick of Ubuntu yourself for various reasons. Some of these reasons are: Install/Upgrade Ubuntu Have the experience of the Ubuntu desktop without involving your system configurations Using the USB stick to fix
The bash Linux shell provides many customization options for the prompt that you can use not only to incorporate various features in the prompt but also to differentiate them through different colors. In this article, we will use various examples
Linux OS has the ability to run without rebooting not for weeks, but for years. But sometimes there is a good reason to reboot your Linux system after a week or two, depending on the situation. Most of the time,
It is necessary to uninstall the extra software packages from the system because these packages take a lot of space and slow down the speed of your system. If specific software or related packages are not underused then it is
Being a Terminal-savvy person, you may always be looking for ways to ditch the mouse. Creating a text file is one task for which you can depend only on your keyboard on an Ubuntu system. Three commands from the Linux
As Ubuntu users, we might want to know if we are the only ones using our network, especially wi-fi, or are there any other unwanted users leeching on our network bandwidth. This skill also comes in handy when we want
If you are using an Ubuntu system with multiple users and one of the other users asks you to use the system, you have two options for giving the system to him. One is to switch users, and the other
If you have more than one user on your Linux system, you might not want all of them to perform administrative tasks or mess up with private system settings. In that case, you can avoid giving administrative privileges on Ubuntu
We know that most of the packages we install on our Linux operating system cannot work properly without other prerequisite packages installed. Such prerequisite packages are called dependencies. Sometimes you want to find out the dependencies of a particular package.
Cron helps us to run tasks automatically in the background in defined intervals. Cron is e.g. used to automatically create backups every night to sync files e.g. once an hour or to start updates or download files at specific intervals.