KVM vs VirtualBox

KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) and VirtualBox are two virtualization software used to create and run virtual machines. 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. In this article, we will compare the … 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

What is a VPN and how does it work?

VPN or Virtual Private Network gives you online privacy and anonymity by creating a secure connection over the internet. The VPN was originally created to provide a secure connection for businesses to exchange data on the internet. The secure connection may be established using an encrypted layered tunneling protocol. A VPN can also be used … Read more

Using vi in Linux

vi Singles: (Command executes immediately) iIaArRoOpPY DJxXu(U)sS~ insert, append, replace, open new line, paste, yank one line, delete to end of line, join 2 lines, delete chars, undelete, substitute, swap between upper and lower case Movement: (Command executes immediately) up/down/left/right kjhl CTRL+U CTRL+D wWeEbB number<ENTER-KEY> (jump that many lines down) Combo’s: yy (yank/copy 1 line) … Read more