Package Managemet In Slackware

Slackware is a Linux distribution developed by Patrick Volkerding initially it was released in 1993. The distribution was based on the Softland Linux system which was one of the first Linux distribution created. Slackware development aims for design stability, simplicity, and most Unix-like system. It is considered to be most suitable for advanced and technically … Read more

The Concept Of RAID

Originally the term RAID defined as “Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks” but now it is referred to as “Redundant Array of Independent Disk”. It is a data storage virtualization technology. The idea behind this is to combine multiple physical disk drives components into a single logical storage unit or drive for data redundancy, performance improvement, … Read more

Package Management In Gentoo Linux

Gentoo Linux is a Linux distribution that is distributed in source format. That means the source code can be compiled locally according to the user’s requirement. Since the operating system is available in the source format it can be optimized for a specific type of computer. Like Arch Linux, Gentoo Linux also follows a rolling … Read more

Logical Volume Manager(LVM)

LVM simply stands for “Logical Volume Manager”. It is a tool for logical volume management. LVM is an advanced filesystem management concept in the Unix based systems. LVM provides much more flexibility than the traditional way of partitioning and using a disk. This technology is widely used for the servers. In this article, we will … Read more

Virtualization In Linux With Xen

Virtualization Technology Virtualization means creating a virtual version of something like computer hardware, storage devices, and network resources, etc. It allows you to create multiple simulated environments from a single physical hardware system. For example, a Windows operating system can host a system with Linux Os or it can be any other operating system. It … Read more

Package Management In Arch Linux

Using Arch Linux as your operating system has its own advantage. It uses a rolling release model which means there is no major release of a new version instead a regular update is sufficient to obtain the latest Arch software. Officially it is available for systems based on x86-64 architectures. ArchWiki is a comprehensive documentation … Read more

How to Fix Windows And Linux Showing Different Time In A Dual Boot System

There are many users who use a dual boot computer. Dual-booting Linux with Windows operating system has various advantages like both the operating systems have full access to the host machine as these are running natively, Linux provides various free tools to the developers while Windows is more user-friendly. Using a multiboot system in a … Read more