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How should I upgrade pip on Ubuntu?
How should I upgrade pip on Ubuntu?

How should I upgrade pip on Ubuntu?

The concept of a package manager might be familiar to you if you are coming from other languages. JavaScript uses npm for package management, Ruby uses gem, and .NET use NuGet. In Python, pip has become the standard package manager. So, what is pip? pip is a package manager for Python. That means it’s a tool that allows you to install and manage additional libraries and dependencies that are not distributed as part of the standard library.

3 cool ways to completely encrypt your flash drives
3 cool ways to completely encrypt your flash drives

3 cool ways to completely encrypt your flash drives

Encryption can be a de-facto standard for privacy paranoid peeps out there, but yay! we do need it sometime or say most of the time, when using specially a flash drive or something portable drive which people tend to use mostly if and when required in there daily chores of digital life.

Setup and Configure an anonymous FTP download server in Fedora/Red Hat/CentOS
Setup and Configure an anonymous FTP download server in Fedora/Red Hat/CentOS

Setup and Configure an anonymous FTP download server in Fedora/Red Hat/CentOS

In general, an implementation of an FTP server that allows anyone who can use FTP to log on to the server, using a general username and without a password check. So we now know that, FTP is built on a…

Router Networking Cookbook for inclined Tech-Savvy Peeps
Router Networking Cookbook for inclined Tech-Savvy Peeps

Router Networking Cookbook for inclined Tech-Savvy Peeps

Howdy folks ! I’m gonna laconically describe few tech jargon’s and what they mean in so called Uber cool fashion, So without wasting any time Joe let’s Digg in(pun intended) this post is just inflated /*_^\ Network address translation (NAT) is…

Linux Maintenance
Linux Maintenance

Linux Maintenance

So here we go, let’s talk about Linux maintenance, OMG ! you need to maintain Linux i thought it just worked fine, unlike windows what about defrag and that temp files which keep on accumulating. maybe cleaning the registry, no i am just kidding you need not do those things here it’s Linux and let me tell you this is awesome. Well there are few things you need to do to keep your Linux session going perfectly flawlessly smooth as you upgrade and use it for years to come and yes so here it is as Anglehit explains: