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Skype is one of the necessities in every machine. Sadly, Skype isn’t available in the Ubuntu Software Center, so we’ll have to download the package and install it manually. There are two ways you can do this. Add canonical Repository and directly install Skype using apt-get. Download Debian package and […]

How to install Skype in Ubuntu


VLC is the most used and trusted player, in both Windows and Linux Operating Systems. Many windows users also use media player, KMPlayer or Media Classic, but in Linux, no other software can beat VLC. But installing VLC by source method will give a lot of dependencies problems, which frankly […]

How to install VLC in CentOS


This is just a quick intro of Linux. What is Linux or GNU’s Linux? Everyone has heard about it, some might say android is Linux, some people think there are two Operating Systems, one Windows and other Linux, guys from Computer background generally think Linux is an Operating system, which […]

What is Linux



User Management in Linux is pretty simple and easy to remember. There are only two commands through which you can add new users. ‘useradd’ and ‘adduser’ Both these command do the same task. That is adding a new user. But there’s a little difference between them. ‘adduser’ is the new […]

User Management in Linux.


In this post, we will be learning about Linux file systems which are sub directories of ‘/’ If you even have an idea of Linux, you would know, everything comes under ‘/’. While Installing, you can either divide space for each file system and install it or you can simple […]

Linux File Systems ‘/’


Ubuntu’s personalized server is easy to use and is quite flexible. Unlike RedHat Server, where it installs the base and common packages, In ubuntu you can select which server you want to install. It gives you various options like DHCP, DNS, POSTFIX, MySql servers, and you can select multiple servers […]

How to install Ubuntu Server?



Ubuntu is a Debian based Operating System. It is now the most used Linux OS for personal use, because of its store. The store gives a graphical interface for installing software’s, which is quite easy to use, because like other Red-Hat based Operating Systems, we need not remember the Package […]

How to install Ubuntu


Linux Mint just like Ubuntu, is very powerful and easy to use. Based on Debian, it is the most preferred Operating System in Linux after Ubuntu. Its design is very elegant and attractive, plus its interface makes everything simple. Just use it once, and you’ll know why people prefer Mint […]

How to Install Linux Mint


As Ubuntu is of Debian Operating System, Fedora is of RedHat operating System. Fedora emphasizes more on making the Graphical User Interface more interactive and user-friendly. Generally people use two Linux Operating Systems in their home, Ubuntu Or Fedora. Each have their own advantages and disadvantages. in this post we […]

How to install Fedora



Cent OS, commonly known as Community Enterprise Operating System is an open source operating system. Cent OS meets all the RedHat’s redistribution requirements and is generally used in industries where people need a stable Operating System without certification and licensing costs. Cent OS is used mainly as webservers and for […]

How to install CentOS 6.4


When you’re new to Linux, configuring your network can be a tedious job, and if you do it wrong, your internet won’t work. And we all know, how important internet is to us 🙂 So in this post, we will check how to configure network in Linux Systems, both RedHat […]

How to configure network in Linux


File Permissions is one of the great features of Linux Kernel. File permissions are what makes this kernel secure. We can define File permissions using various commands, and make a file available only for some users, or group of users or no of the users. We can also define which […]

File Permissions in Linux



So today we are going to learn basic Linux commands, with which you can use a Linux machine if you’re a newbie. These are just short commands generally you can figure out the function by looking at the command. NOTE : Each command may or may not have a switch. […]

Basic Linux commands


Archiving tools Linux has many compression and archiving tools. Since we are very much used to Windows, these tools might seem difficult to learn as they are new. But once you know, you can easily use them. So let’s check the various archiving tools in Linux. 1. GZIP Gzip command […]

Archiving Tools in Linux.