How to upgrade from Debian 10 to 11 using terminal?

Debian is one of the most popular Linux distributions which is composed of free and open-source software. It is developed under the Debian project with the support of an open community of developers. Debian is known for its simplicity, stability, and strict commitment to opensource. The stable version of Debian is released after every two … Read more

How to restart a Linux system?

how to restart a Linux system

There are some situations where you need to restart your system. If you are using a GUI-based Linux system then you can restart it by clicking on the Power Off and then Restart button as given in the image below. But how would you reboot a Linux server or a system that doesn’t have a … Read more

How to install build-essential in Ubuntu?

install buildessential in ubuntu

The build-essential package is a reference for all the packages needed to compile a package in Ubuntu or other Linux distribution. It generally includes the gcc/g++ compilers and libraries and some other tools to compile/build software. It is a meta-package available in the default Ubuntu repository that includes GNU compiler collection, GNU debugger, and other … Read more

How to delete a group in Linux?

A group in Linux is a list of users, the permissions defined for a group apply to all the users of that group. It helps in organizing the user accounts on a system. In Linux /etc/group file defines the groups, this file can be modified using commands such as groupadd, groupdel, etc. In this article, we … Read more

How to install IDM on Ubuntu?

install idm on ubuntu

The IDM or Internet Download Manager is a tool that manages and schedules downloads. This can use full bandwidth while downloading a file. It has the capability to recover and resume interrupted downloads. IDM is available only for Windows operating system. It can be easily integrated with web browsers such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, … Read more

How to install Android x86 in Linux?

install android on pc

Android-x86 is a free and open-source project that aims to port Android OS to run on devices powered by x86 processors. Its development was started in 2009 by Chih-Wei Huang and Yi Sun. Some patches, modifications are made to the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) to enable it to run on PC architecture. In this … Read more