After toying around with Fedora, I suddenly came across this new sweet piece of file system and was wondering what was the benefit of this and how can this be useful to me from a Linux enthusiast point of view.
Behold a giant am I, yay! I do consider “Linux” as a tertiary OS, after Windows and macOS in most terms. Even though Linux is just a kernel with all the bells and whistles put on top of that with
As an accolade to Mr. Torvalds and all the Linux enthusiasts out there, let us breathe a sigh of relief and greet this welcoming new version which is full of bells and whistles and without wasting any more time here
This seems to be self explanatory just insert the Win 7 CD and follow the below given instructions and then enter the commands one by one as mentioned below strictly without missing anyone of them. Select your language preferences and
Query Answered in great details:- 1. Download the installer Download the alternate server installer from http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/releases/bionic/release/ Create a bootable CD or USB and boot the new machine from it. Select Install Ubuntu Server. 2. Install with manual partitioning During install,
Well after a lot of google search, I’ve come across this post. The issue was at the BIOS level, in case of Dell desktops and laptops one has to set the SATA mode to AHCI rather than the default Raid
Let’s say you’re device has a Bluetooth installed and wanna play around it with the terminal rather than a boring GUI which not so cool people do, you know what I’m saying geeks here like to play with the terminal