Learn how to send email from the Linux terminal using various tools , like mail, sendmail, telnet and mutt, and add attachment to your mail too.
Have you ever had the file in use error? Learn how to use the lsof command in Linux to view open files and the processes using them.
If you want to save space on your disk, you can compress your files and directories to save some. Learn how to use the zstd tool.
WSL runs inside Windows like an application, so forgotten passwords are handled differently. Learn here how to reset a WSL user password.
Do you use SSH to connect to your server? Learn how to identify active SSH connections and prevent unauthorized access to your server.
Sometimes you can’t edit files because of the “Permission denied” error. Learn how to recursively change file permissions in Linux.
If you want to test Ubuntu or install it on your system, you can use a USB drive. Learn how to create a bootable Ubuntu USB in Windows.
Discover how to build Linux packages from source and add custom modifications using your Linux distro’s package manager.
Linux printing can be a bit of a challenge. Learn how to use the lp command in Linux to print documents from the terminal.
If you add new PPA, you will often encounter the “repository does not have a release file” error. Here is how you can fix it in Ubuntu.
When your ignored files still appear in your Git commit staging area, you will need to clear your Git cache. Here is how you can do so.
There are several gaming-centered Linux distros that offer great gaming support in Linux. Check out the best Linux distros for gaming here.
Vim is well-known for being hard to use. This guide will show you how to comment multiple lines on Vim so that you can be more productive.
Git is a powerful tool for tracking and collaboration. Learn how to use git config to set up your git environment, username and email.
Nmap is a powerful networking scanner. However, it requires root privileges to perform basic functions. Learn how to run Nmap without root.