SSH has become the default method of accessing a remote Linux server these days. SSH stands for Secure Shell and it’s a powerful, efficient, and popular network protocol used to establish communication between two computers in a remote fashion. And let’s not
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Brief: This is a beginner’s guide that shows the steps you need to follow for setting up XRDP on Ubuntu-based Linux distributions. With this, you can access your Ubuntu system from a different computer and use it graphically. Microsoft Remote Desktop Protocol(RDP)
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The PATH variable in Linux stores the path to the directories where it should look for executables when you run a command. abhishek@its-foss:~$ echo $PATH /usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin:/usr/games:/usr/local/games:/snap/bin As you can see, the PATH consists of several directories (like /usr/local/sbin, /usr/bin and more) separated
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For the past several days, I faced a strange issue in my system running Ubuntu Linux. I use Firefox and Brave browsers. Everything was normal in Firefox but Brave keeps on detecting a network change on almost every refresh. This went on
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I always use two browsers on my system. Firefox is the primary browser and these days Brave is what I rely for my second browser. Brave browser is an excellent choice for someone who wants a Chrome/Chromium feel without the Google touch.
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Managing partitions is serious business, especially when you have to remove them. I find myself doing this frequently, especially after using thumb drives as live disks and Linux installers because they create several partitions that I won’t need afterwards. In this tutorial,
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Downloading Ubuntu is pretty straightforward. You go to its official website. Click on the desktop download section, select the appropriate Ubuntu version and hit the download button. Ubuntu is available as a single image of more than 2.5 GB in size. The
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When you install Ubuntu, you are asked to create a user and this user gets sudo access by default. This is good because you need root privileges to manage the system. But what about new users you created later on Ubuntu? What
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