How to create a list of installed packages in ubuntu

  • Post last modified:January 24, 2021
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In Ubuntu you can create a list of installed packages very easily. There are lots of methods available. We will see one by one in this tutorial. This is helpful in some situations where you want to track or uninstall unwanted packages or need to install the same packages on another machine or need to install same after your system re-install.

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Install Adobe Reader on Ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid Lynx)

  • Post last modified:October 21, 2010
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Method:1

1.Go to System-> Administration-> Software Sources.(If it ask for password type your password and press OK)
2.Select other Software
3.Select Add and enter:

deb http://archive.canonical.com/ lucid partner

4.Open terminal.To open terminal go to Applications-> Accessories-> Terminal and type

sudo aptitude install acroread

Method:2
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How to view hardware information in ubuntu

  • Post last modified:September 2, 2020
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In Ubuntu, there are lots of commands available to check your hardware information. Using this you can view all your system details completly without any third party outside tools. In this tutorial we are going to see how to get the your Ubuntu system hardware details with build in tools. Here we are using lscpu, lshw, dmidecode, lspci and some others.

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How to enable UFW – Uncomplicated Firewall in ubuntu – Install Gufw Firewall

  • Post last modified:September 2, 2020
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UFW is a firewall for ubuntu users and it is available by default in all Ubuntu installations after 8.04 LTS but disabled by default. Actually the Uncomplicated Firewall or UFW is a frontend for iptables and netfilter firewall. It comes with a command-line interface for managing your firewall. Using this you can set incoming policy, incoming rules, IPv4 rate limiting, outgoing filtering, filtering by interface and routed packet filtering. It comes with IPv6, application integration, upstart, phython and rsyslog support.

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