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

Using Sed, A Stream Editor In Linux/Unix

Sed stands for stream editor It was based on the scripting feature of ed(a line based interactive text editor in Unix). It is used to perform basic text transformation on the input stream either it is from a file or input from a pipeline. The sed was developed in 1973-74 by Lee E. McMahon of … Read more

Concepts Of Standard I/O, Pipe And Filters In Linux/Unix

Standard streams In Linux programming, standard streams are preconnected input-output communication channels between the computer program and environment in which the program gets executed. There are three types of I/O communication channels i.e standard input (stdin), standard output(stdout), and standard error(stderr). This input or output can be redirected to or from a text file using … Read more

How To Change Bootscreen Logo In Linux Mint?

Bootscreen A bootscreen is a graphical representation of the boot process of an operating system. It can be scrolling boot messages in a console or virtual terminal or it can be a combination of both. Bootscreen enhances the user experience. It can also display some errors if the operating system is unable to boot in … Read more

Some Important Commands Used In Linux/Unix

Command-line interface(CLI) is a way that allows users to interact with computer programs through commands. A user issues commands to a program which gets interpreted by a command-line interpreter. Most operating system implements CLI in the form of shells that are used for interactive access of the various services or functions of the operating system. … Read more

How To Add/Remove A Software Repository In Linux?

Software Repository A software repository(also called ‘repo’) is the database of software packages stored on a remote server. The server also contains metadata of packages. Generally, these packages are retrieved by using a package manager in the local machine. When you install a distribution of Linux it comes with a pre-configured default repository to download … Read more

Package Management In RPM (.rpm) Based Linux Distributions

The yum and dnf are the command line package management utilities that can be used for installation, updating, and removal of a software package. These are used in the CentOS, Fedora, and other similar Linux distributions. Centos is a community-supported distribution designed as an opensource version of RHEL(Red Hat Enterprise Linux) while fedora is another … Read more

Package Management In Debian(.deb) Based Linux Distributions

Software Package A software package is an archive file of compiled and built source code with necessary metadata for its deployment. The metadata of the package consist of dependencies, package version, and about the software. For example – the .deb packaging is used for Debian based Linux Distributions while .rpm packaging is used in Red Hat, … Read more

Process Management In Linux/Unix

A process is an instance of a computer program that is currently running. A program can have multiple instances created when it starts executing which means more than one process can be associated with that program. Multitasking is the method by which these processes share the system resources. Whenever we execute a command on terminal … Read more