PostgreSQL is a powerful, highly scalable, open source, and cross-platform object-relational database system that runs on Unix-like operating systems including Linux and Windows OS. In this step-by-step tutorial, we will show you how to install PostgreSQL 16 and pgAdmin (graphical database management tool) on Debian 12 Linux. The post How to Install PostgreSQL 16 and […]
This quick tutorial helps you fix the “permission denied” error while running the bash scripts in Ubuntu and other Linux distributions. The post Fix “Permission Denied” Error While Running Bash Script on Linux appeared first on Linux Today.
The systemctl mask and systemctl disable are both crucial commands for Linux administrators, and you must know their differences to decide which one to choose in certain situations. The post Systemctl Mask vs Systemctl Disable appeared first on Linux Today.
CSF or Config Server Firewall is a Stateful Packet Inspection (SPI) firewall based on IPtables and Perl. It provides a daemon process that will monitor your services for failure authentication. The post How to Install CSF (Config Server Firewall) on Debian 12 appeared first on Linux Today.
This guide will cover how to setup rate limiting in NGINX, with an explanation of what it is and various examples of rate limiting setups. The post How to Set Up Rate Limiting in NGINX appeared first on Linux Today.
DokuWiki is a simple, versatile open-source wiki software that doesn’t require a database. It’s known for its ease of maintenance, readability, and user management, making it ideal for creating and managing documentation in corporate or collaborative environments. This guide shows how to install DokuWiki on Debian 12. The post How to Install DokuWiki on Debian […]
Zammad is an open-source customer support/ticketing solution that helps manage communications across various channels such as email, chat, and social media. In this guide, you will learn how to install the Zammad Customer Support System with PostgreSQL and Nginx on the Debian 12 server. The post How to Install Zammad Customer Support System on Debian […]
Today, we will delve into the contents of the /proc directory to develop a better understanding of its functionalities. It’s important to note that the /proc directory is a common feature across all Linux distributions, irrespective of their flavor or architecture. The post How to Use /proc File System to Monitor Linux System appeared first […]
Learn about the key highlights of Tiny Core Linux 15, improving Kernel and components. Tiny Core Linux is a minimalistic Linux distribution that is designed to be extremely lightweight and flexible. The entire distribution, including the kernel, libraries, and core applications, is less than 200 MB in size. This makes it an excellent choice for… […]
A list of the best Ubuntu apps for everybody (fresh list of 2024). Ubuntu is a popular Linux distribution that offers a wide range of applications for various purposes. Ubuntu, with its default desktop offerings GNOME, enables you to try out many apps for various purposes. Whether you’re a student, a professional, or just a… […]
A list of the best remote desktop clients for Ubuntu and other Linux distros. Remote desktop clients allow you to connect to any other desktop/server and perform tasks remotely. It’s one of the important aspects of IT support and other commercial use cases. In Linux, there are many remote desktop clients available. Some of them… […]
We list the six best Python code editor(s) for Ubuntu and other Linux distros and Windows in 2024. Python is everywhere today, and it is arguably the C programming language of the modern era. You can find Python everywhere, from websites, apps, data science projects, and AI to IoT devices. So being a popular programming… […]
Ready to reclaim your browsing space? Here are some of the ways you can enjoy vertical tabs in Firefox. Firefox offers a great browsing experience, but managing many open tabs can become overwhelming. We all want to keep the tabs open for as long as possible. And it keeps increasing if you start working in… […]
Learn about the brand-new features of the GNOME 46 desktop environment. GNOME 46 beta is currently out for testing. This release mostly focuses on the performance, key updates across modules and core framework upgrades. Not too much fancy stuff, but the overall experience will be better when released. Let’s give you a quick rundown of… […]
A quick and simple guide on how to set up Thunderbird email client on Ubuntu. Thunderbird is a free and open-source email client known for its ease of use, customization options, and security features. If you’re using Ubuntu or any other Linux distributions and want to manage your email efficiently, Thunderbird is a great choice…. […]
This guide explains 2 ways to Install Citrix Receiver and Connect to Desktops from Ubuntu and Other Linux. Many organizations use commercial Citrix technology to provide their employees with remote connections via virtual machines. Citrix uses its proprietary tech to provide connection services. To connect to a Citrix Virtual machine, you need to install Citrix… […]
A quick tutorial on how to set up the free LanguageTool in LibreOffice to check spelling and grammar. LanguageTool is a popular multi-multilanguage spelling, style and grammar checker which helps you to correct and paraphrase texts. It’s one of the best “free” alternatives to Grammarly – which is also a popular service. It comes with… […]
Do you have an .img disk file? Here’s how you can create a virtual machine in VirtualBox using img file. So, here’s what happened. The other day, while I was trying the distribution review for EasyOS, I faced a little trouble converting its default img installer file to iso. I did manage to convert the… […]
Giada 1.0 open-source, minimalistic, and hardcore loop machine and music production software is now available for download with major changes. The post Giada 1.0 Open-Source Loop Machine Officially Released, Here’s What’s New appeared first on 9to5Linux – do not reproduce this article without permission. This RSS feed is intended for readers, not scrapers.
Fwupd 1.9.14 open-source Linux firmware updater is now available for download with improved detection of ARM32 and RISC-V UEFI binaries, as well as support for the Poly Studio V52 USB video bar. The post Fwupd 1.9.14 Fixes Updating the Fingerprint Reader on Framework 13 and 16 Laptops appeared first on 9to5Linux – do not reproduce […]
GParted 1.6 open-source partition editor software is now available for downoad with improved exFAT support and various bug fixes. The post GParted 1.6 Open-Source Partition Editor Improves exFAT Support and Fixes Bugs appeared first on 9to5Linux – do not reproduce this article without permission. This RSS feed is intended for readers, not scrapers.
The 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup for February 25th, 2024, brings news about Firefox 123, KDE Slimbook V laptop, Kubuntu artwork contest, Ubuntu 22.04.4 LTS, NVIDIA 550.54.14, LXQt 2.0, NetworkManager 1.46, Miracle-WM, as well as all the latest distro and software releases. The post 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: February 25th, 2024 appeared first on 9to5Linux – do not […]
Libreboot 20240225 open-source BIOS/UEFI firmware is now available for download with support for more hardware and various improvements. Here's what's new! The post Libreboot Open-Source BIOS/UEFI Firmware Adds More Hardware Support appeared first on 9to5Linux – do not reproduce this article without permission. This RSS feed is intended for readers, not scrapers.
LXQt 2.0 desktop environment launches in April 2024 with complete Qt 6 port, new default applications menu, and improved Wayland support. The post LXQt 2.0 Desktop Launches in April with New Applications Menu, Qt 6 Port appeared first on 9to5Linux – do not reproduce this article without permission. This RSS feed is intended for readers, […]
NVIDIA 550.54.14 graphics driver is now available for download with numerous Wayland and Xwayland improvements, as well as many new features. The post NVIDIA 550.54.14 Linux Graphics Driver Released with Many Improvements appeared first on 9to5Linux – do not reproduce this article without permission. This RSS feed is intended for readers, not scrapers.
NetworkManager 1.46 open-source network connection manager for Linux-based operating systems is now available for download with many new features and improvements. Here's what's new! The post NetworkManager 1.46 Improves Support for 6GHz Wi-Fi, Adds Energy-Efficient Ethernet Settings appeared first on 9to5Linux – do not reproduce this article without permission. This RSS feed is intended for […]
Ubuntu 22.04.4 LTS (Jammy Jellyfish) distribution is now available for download with Linux kernel 6.5 from Ubuntu 23.10 (Mantic Minotaur), Mesa 23.2, as well as various other updated components. The post Ubuntu 22.04.4 LTS (Jammy Jellyfish) Released with Linux Kernel 6.5, Mesa 23.2 appeared first on 9to5Linux – do not reproduce this article without permission. […]
LibreOffice 7.6.5 is now available for download with more than 90 bug fixes to improve the overall stability, security, and reliability of the LibreOffice 7.6 office suite. The post LibreOffice 7.6.5 Office Suite Is Out Now with More Than 90 Bug Fixes appeared first on 9to5Linux – do not reproduce this article without permission. This […]