Using Docker means opening a new realm of computing but if you are just getting started with Docker, the installation may seem a huge task. There are two recommended ways of installing Docker on Ubuntu: Installing Docker from Ubuntu’s repository: Easy, single
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Calibre, the Swiss Army knife of e-book management, has long been a beloved tool for bibliophiles and digital bookworms alike. While there are better (lighter) e-Book readers, Calibre is a lot better at creating eBooks, converting their format and managing your eBook
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Remmina is an open-source desktop client written in GTK that lets you connect to remote computers. It is a simpler alternative to tools like AnyDesk and TeamViewer. You can connect through various protocols like RDP, VNC, SSH, X2GO, HTTP(S), and more. The
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LibreOffice comes preinstalled in Ubuntu. However, if you opted for the minimal Ubuntu install, removed it for some other office suite, you can easily install it using this command: sudo apt install libreoffice That’s fine. But the LibreOffice version provided by the
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The ability to split screen and view two applications simultaneously is a lifesaver. It helps me in situations where I have to follow documentation and use the commands from the documentation. If you have a monitor with a large screen capable enough
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When you start using Ubuntu or an Ubuntu-based distribution, soon youโ€™ll find yourself using apt commands to install software like this: sudo apt install package_name Youโ€™ll probably also install additional software using the 3-step PPA command: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:PPA_Name/ppa sudo apt update
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