FreeBSD: Install And Use Bash Shell

In Unix like operating systems, a shell is a program that interprets the command, executes, takes input(s), and prints output(s) on the terminal. FreeBSD uses tcsh as the default root shell and sh as the default user shell. For the purpose of bash scripting, you might need it in FreeBSD. So this article describes how … Read more

FreeBSD: Install And Use Fish Shell

In FreeBSD, a shell is a program that interprets the command, executes, takes input(s), and prints output(s) on the terminal. A shell acts as an intermediary between user and kernel. FreeBSD uses tcsh as the default root shell and sh as the default user shell. Fish is a feature-rich, smart, and user-friendly shell. This article … Read more

How To Install PyCharm in Ubuntu 20.04 LTS?

The PyCharm is a fully-featured IDE for python which is developed by JetBrains. PyCharm supports many other programming languages such as HTML, CSS, Javascript, SQL, etc. The features of PyCharm can be extended using the plugins. It has built-in graphical debugger, integrated unit tester, and embedded version control system. PyCharm is released in two versions … Read more

How To Install Or Remove A Software Package In Arch Linux, Manjaro?

Different Linux distribution comes with different tools to manage software packages on it. Pacman-based Linux distributions such as Arch Linux, Manjaro, etc use the Pacman package manager to install, remove, or manage software packages on them. In this article, we will discuss installing and removing software packages from the command line in Arch Linux and … Read more

How To Install Kali Linux 20.2 With KDE Plasma Desktop?

Kali Linux is a Debian based Linux distribution that is used for digital forensics and penetration testing. It comes with many preinstalled penetration testing tools. Kali Linux is maintained and funded by Offensive Security. Xfce is a default desktop environment for Kali Linux. The KDE desktop is known for its customization capabilities and lots of … Read more

How To Remove/Uninstall Software packages from CentOS, RHEL, Fedora?

Different Linux distribution comes with different tools to manage software packages on it. RPM-based Linux distributions such as CentOS, RHEL, and Fedora use the yum package manager to install, remove, and manage packages on them. In this article, we will discuss removing an installed package from the command line in CentOS, RHEL, and Fedora. This … Read more