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How to install Node.JS on Ubuntu 22.04

Node.js is an open-source and cross-platform Javascript runtime environment built on Google’s V8 Engine. JavaScript is a popular programming language used for building fast, scalable, and highly available web applications. Node.js is a framework for building the backend for web applications.  NPM is a package manager for Node.js. It allows developers to download and share […]

How to install LAMP stack on Ubuntu 22.04

LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP) stack is a widely used hosting stack made up of open-source software used for hosting both static and dynamic web pages. It comprises the Apache web server, MariaDB or MySQL database engine, and PHP which is a backend scripting language. In this guide, you will learn how to install […]

How to install Docker on Ubuntu 22.04 | 20.04

Docker is a hugely popular containerization platform that enables developers to build and deploy applications inside containers. Containers are isolated environments that package an entire application alongside its dependencies, libraries, configuration files, and everything required to make it run regardless of the computing environment. In this guide, we focus on how to install Docker on […]

How to install PHP 8.1 on Ubuntu 20.04 / 22.04

PHP 8.1 was released on November 25, 2021, and is a minor release of the PHP 8 series. It comes with its own unique set of features and deprecations. Check out some of the new features provided by the latest version. In this guide, we will demonstrate how to install PHP 8.1 on Ubuntu 20.04 […]

Ubuntu 22.04 – Release Schedule and Features

Ubuntu, one of the most popular Linux distributions, releases its LTS ( Long Term Support ) releases every 2 years, and usually, in the fourth month of the year. After Ubuntu 20.04, the next LTS release on the queue is Ubuntu 22.04 codenamed Jammy JellyFish. Ubuntu 22.04 is set to be officially released on April […]

How to install Python 3.10 on Debian 11

Python is a high-level, object-oriented and multipurpose programming language that is extremely popular thanks to its simple and easy-to-learn syntax. It is widely used in various IT disciplines such as data analytics and visualization, web development, gaming development, AI, and machine learning. Python 3.10 is the latest major and stable release and was released on […]

How to migrate from CentOS 8 to Rocky Linux 8.4

Since the announcement by RedHat to shift focus from CentOS project to CentOS Stream, the opensource community has been working round the clock to come up with alternatives that will take over from CentOS 8. One such alternative is Rocky Linux, which is a Community Enterprise system from the Rocky Linux Foundation and a fork […]

Glances – A real-time monitoring tool for Linux

We have covered quite a number of monitoring tools in the past such as Bashtop which is a command-line monitoring tool that provides a real-time analysis of your system metrics. Another equally robust and intuitive tool is Glances. Written in Python, Glances is an open-source cross-platform, command-line tool used for real-time monitoring of system metrics. […]

How to install duf on Ubuntu 20.04

Duf is a useful disk monitoring terminal tool written in Golang. It’s a free and open-source cross-platform tool designed to be a replacement for the df command. It allows you to easily check your disk usage and present it in a much more organized and presentable manner.  In this guide, you will learn how to […]

The Linux wget command

Wget is a free Linux command-line utility tool that helps us retrieve or download files from the internet. It retrieves files using FTP, HTTP, and  HTTPS protocols. The command can sustain unstable and slow network connections. If a network interruption occurs during a download, wget can resume the download from where it halted. Wget is […]

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