How to install Inxi on Ubuntu & Fedora – Linux System Information Tool

  • Post last modified:May 13, 2020
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Inxi is a free and open source command line system information tool for Linux and BSD. It is released under GNU General Public License v3.0 license. Using this you can view your system hardware, CPU, RAM, drivers, Xorg, Desktop, Kernel, Processes and almost every other useful information on your system. This is very good tool for Linux administrator to get all information in one tool. It supports widest range of hardware and servers. It is based on infobash by locsmif..

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How to install Snapd and Snap Store on fedora

  • Post last modified:April 21, 2020
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Snappy is a package management system for snap packages and the tool that manages installed snaps called snapd. It is written by Go and c and developed by Canonical. Snap packages are update automatically, cross-platform and dependency free. Currently it supports more than 20 Linux distributions like Arch Linux, CentOS, Debian, elementary OS, Fedora, Kali Linux, Linux Mint, Manjaro Linux, Pop!_OS, Raspbian, RHEL, Solus and Zorin OS. Snap Store is a graphical user interface of snap based desktop application. Using this you can discover, install and manage snap application on your system.

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How to install Deno On Ubuntu & Fedora – Javascript and Typescript Runtime

  • Post last modified:August 4, 2020
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Deno is a free and open source Javascript and Typescript runtime environment just like Node.js and from the same Node creator Ryan Dahl for Linux, macOS and Windows. It is released under MIT license and based on Rust, Tokio and V8 JavaScript engine. Some of the important features are remote script execution, No file, network, or environment access by default, standard module, browser support, WebAssembly support and built-in tooling support. The best thing is you don’t need any dependency on package managers or package registries.

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How to install Node.js and npm using NVM on Ubuntu & Fedora

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Node.js is a free and open-source JavaScript runtime environment. Using this you can run or execute your JavaScript code outside of a web browser and run as a standalone application. Npm (Node Package Manager) is the default package manager for Node.js and online database of packages. Using NVM – Node Version Manager, you can easily install and manage single or multiple version of Node.js on your system. This is the recommaned way to install Node.js and npm. Using this method you install NVM, Node.js and npm on any linux distro not only Ubuntu and fedora.

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How to install & Configure OpenLiteSpeed, php & MySQL on Fedora

  • Post last modified:April 15, 2020
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In this tutorial we are going to install and configure OpenLiteSpeed web server, PHP and MySQL database server on Fedora. OpenLiteSpeed is a free and open source version of the LiteSpeed web server. This is a one of the best Apache web server alternative. It comes with apache rewrite rules support, GUI admin control panel and built-in cache support. For this tutorial i am using Fedora 31. (more…)

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How to convert your XFCE Linux OS to Windows 95 – Install Chicago95 on XFCE (Xubuntu, Fedora Xfce, etc)

  • Post last modified:April 12, 2020
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If you like the old Windows 95 look and your are currently using XFCE based linux distributions like Xubuntu, Fedora xfce or any other then this is for you. Now you can completely change your xfce desktop look similar to old microsoft windows 95 using Chicago95 xfce theme. In this tutorial we will see how to do it. First go to the below Chicago95 windows 95 theme download page and download it.

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How to configure setup and install RPM Fusion on Fedora – 3rd-party software repository for Fedora

  • Post last modified:April 10, 2020
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RPM Fusion is a community-maintained 3rd party software repository for Fedora and Red Hat Enterprise Linux. RPM Fusion is a merger of Dribble, Freshrpms, and Livna. RPM Fusion comes in two versions Free and Non-free. Free repository mainly comes with open source softwares and drivers and nonfree comes with closed-source, non-free software or drivers. You can easily install and setup in Fedora via terminal.

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How to install GDM, SDDM & LightDM Display Manager on Fedora

  • Post last modified:March 25, 2020
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Display manager is a graphical login manager or greeter which starts a login session and display server when you successfully enters a valid username and password. Fedora gnome comes with GDM display manager. And Fedora spins like Fedora Kde with SDDM, Fedora XFCE and Mate comes with LightDM Display Manager. If you don’t like your current display manager then you can switch to other display manager easily in Fedora. Follow the below steps to install and set the Display Managers on Fedora.

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How to fix and solve “is not in the sudoers file. This incident will be reported.” error on Fedora RHEL CentOS Debian

  • Post last modified:March 24, 2020
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When you try to run any command with sudo in Fedora, RHEL, CentOS or Debian and some other linux distro, then you will get below error.

USERNAME is not in the sudoers file. This incident will be reported.

Here USERNAME is your current active logged in username. Here my system username is “manikandan” and my error message,

manikandan is not in the sudoers file. This incident will be reported.

In Fedora, RHEL, CentOS or Debian and some other Linux distributions by default the regular user does not have an ability to execute commands with root privileges. In linux there are two common ways to execute commands as the root administrator privileges. You can do this by “su” and “sudo” commands. Here you can use the su with your root password. Like “su root”. But this is a not a good practice. But you can use the sudo command with your own user password. This can only be used by users who have been authorized by the administrator (root user). Using this you can access the system without sharing the password of the root user.

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