Using diff command in Linux

The diff is a command used in Unix like operating systems which compares two files line by line and display differences between them. It tells which line is to be changed to make two files identical. You can also use it to compare the content of two directories. In this article, we will discuss the … Read more

Difference between RTOS and GPOS

An operating system is a computer program that manages computer hardware and performs all basic tasks such as file management, process management, handling input and output, and controlling peripheral devices such as printers, scanners, etc. Based on the purpose RTOS (Real-Time Operating System) and GPOS (General Purpose Operating System) are two different types of operating … Read more

How to install Adobe Acrobat Reader in Ubuntu?

Abode reader is a feature-rich PDF viewer. It is used to create, manipulate, print, and manage files in portable document format. It is available in Linux via an external third-party package. Adobe stops releasing Adobe acrobat reader due to many security lapses the last released version for Linux was Adobe acrobat reader 9.x. But still, … Read more

Best Video Editing Software For Linux

In this article, you will see a list of video editing software for the Linux operating system. Most of them are open-source and freely available for use. Kdenlive Kdenlive is a free and open-source video editor from KDE. It is available for different platforms including macOS, Linux FreeBSD, Windows, etc. Kdenlive supports various video file … Read more

How to Setup SSH Tunneling in Linux?

SSH tunneling which is also known as SSH port forwarding creates a secure connection between the local and a remote computer through which services can be relayed. SSH tunnels ensure a high level of data encryption and security so these are useful for transmitting the information especially for unencrypted network protocols such as VNC, IMAP, … Read more