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How to resize swap partition in Linux?

Creating multiple divisions of a physical disk is known as disk partitioning. Each division created is called a partition. Partitions make it easy to organize and share the data on

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How to check if a disk uses GPT or MBR in Linux?

In a computer, MBR and GPT are two ways of storing the partitioning information on a disk. The MBR is a legacy while GPT is a newer disk partitioning style

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How To Use apt-mark Command In Linux?

On different distributions of Linux that use apt as the default package manager, apt-mark can be used to show, set, unset various settings of a package. The apt-mark can be

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How to Sync System Time By Using timedatectl Command On Ubuntu?

The system clocks are not perfect they are prone to drift that means over the time it starts lagging from the actual time. There are many network services that require

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Grub Vs Lilo

A system requires different programs for accomplishing different tasks. The boot loader is the first program that runs when a computer starts. It is responsible for loading and transferring control

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How To Install And Use Linux Containers (LXC) On Ubuntu?

LXC (Linux containers) is the operating system-level virtualization which is used for running multiple isolated Linux systems called containers on a host machine. Unlike a virtual machine that requires dedicated

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How To Convert A Disk From GPT To MBR On Linux?

The firmware interface is a way by which firmware interacts with the operating system. The BIOS is the usual firmware interface while UEFI is the newer one that has some

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How To Convert A Disk From MBR To GPT On Linux?

The firmware interface is a way by which firmware interacts with the operating system. The BIOS is the usual firmware interface while UEFI is the newer one that has more

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How Vim Is Different From Vi?

Vi is a command-line text editor originally developed for Unix operating system. You can find it installed on almost any Unix-like operating systems including Linux, BSD, etc. Vi was originally

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How To Install And Use GNU Emacs On Linux?

The Emacs or GNU emacs is one of the oldest and feature-rich text editor. Initially, it was developed for the Unix-like operating systems but later released for Windows and such