Install and Deploy Kubernetes on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

Ubuntu Kubernetes Docker installation

What is Kubernetes? Kubernetes is a free and open-source container management system that provides a platform for deployment automation, scaling, and operations of application containers across clusters of host computers. With Kubernetes, you can freely make use of the hybrid,on-premise, and public cloud infrastructure in order to run deployment tasks of your organization. In this … Read more

How to Install and Sync DropBox on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

Install and Use DropBox on Ubuntu Linux

When you need to share and store files, photos, documents, and videos on the Internet on a cloud storage service, DropBox is the right solution for you. All you need to do is install the application on your system, create a DropBox account at the website and sync(synchronize) your backup folder with the DropBox … Read more

How to Install VMware Workstation on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

VMWare Workstation on Ubuntu

What is VMware Workstation? VMware Workstation is a virtualization software developed by the company VMware company, established in 1998. VMware Workstation was launched in 2001 as a platform to install multiple instances of different operating systems, especially the client and server systems. It supports hardware compatibility for hard disks, CD Roms and USB devices, and … Read more

How to Install JDownloader on a Ubuntu System

Install JDownloader on Linux

What is JDownloader? JDownloader is a Java-oriented download management application designed for easy and fast downloading. It is a free and mostly open-sourceĀ  (GPLv3 licensed with some closed-source parts) downloading tool with a huge community of developers working on making downloading a faster and reliable experience. You can control this tool easily by starting, stopping, … Read more

How to Install Adobe Flash Player on Ubuntu

Install Adobe Flash on Ubuntu

The Flash Player is a plugin for web browsers that you need in order to watch videos and interactive content on some websites. Although most of the modern websites use HTML5 that does not require Flash, there are still some websites that need it enabled. In this article, we will tell you how to download … Read more

8 Common Uses of the Linux Touch Command

Linux touch Command Examples

The Linux touch command can be used for much more than simply creating an empty file on Linux. You can use it to change the timestamp of existing files including their access as well as modification times. This article presents 8 scenarios where you can utilize the touch command through your Linux Terminal. We have … Read more

Your First Java Program in the Ubuntu Terminal

Ubuntu Java Development

If you are new to Java Programming in the Ubuntu operating system, this simple tutorial will guide you along in writing and compiling your first Java Hello World program. The applications that you need for this purpose include the Java Runtime Environment and the Java Development Kit. This article covers the installation of these two … Read more

How to Change your Ubuntu Computer Name (Hostname)

Change Ubuntu Hostname

What is a computer name (hostname)? Your computer name, in technical terms, is also referred to as the hostname of your computer system. A hostname is how other computers recognize your computer over a local network. Like on the Internet, we have URLs instead of hostnames. These URLs contain regular words like that we … Read more

Working with Calendars in the Linux Terminal

Using a Calendar on Linux shell

The graphical Calendar tool available on your Ubuntu system is pretty useful. However, if you are more Terminal-savvy, you can use the powerful command line utilities like cal and ncal in order to customize the way you want to view calendars for a specific month or year. This article explains the cal and ncal commands … Read more