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How to Install PyCharm CE in Ubuntu
How to Install PyCharm CE in Ubuntu

How to Install PyCharm CE in Ubuntu

Let us talk about an super easy way to install PyCharm CE that is the community edition which is open source and has a great amount of traction in the FOSS world, PyCharm the most beloved IDE for python programmers and enthusiasts who wanna use python to much greater extent, here I’d considering Ubuntu, this works pretty much the same way for Linux Mint, Debian as well as Ubuntu and its derivatives as well.

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.

Upgrade Python in Ubuntu
Upgrade Python in Ubuntu

Upgrade Python in Ubuntu

This article will/shall always be inline for the sole purpose of keeping python up-to-date, and to the latest, greatest stable as always as possible version. We shall strictly speak to Ubuntu here I mean any version 19.10+(Eoan Ermine) at the time of writing and beyond in the upcoming future, however this might also work for Debian, Linux mint and its derivatives too, but your mileage might vary as per the repositories updated and as maintained d by he respective developers

“drm:[drm_crtc_helper_set_config] *ERROR* failed to set mode on [CRTC6]” during install
“drm:[drm_crtc_helper_set_config] *ERROR* failed to set mode on [CRTC6]” during install

“drm:[drm_crtc_helper_set_config] *ERROR* failed to set mode on [CRTC6]” during install

Talking straight away, copy pasting the error as found and seen via terminal in search engines the solution might haunt peeps of all genres, here’s a perfect hunt down for the same. Solution in short: Have you tried adding the…

Permission denied error when trying to update a user’s password: passwd
Permission denied error when trying to update a user’s password: passwd

Permission denied error when trying to update a user’s password: passwd

We’re now talking about a rare or some common error encountered by sys admins or network peeps in office or say at home doing there daily chores on there respected Linux box. Here is what I’ve found as per my…

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…

Fastest way to format External drives on Ubuntu and its Derivatives
Fastest way to format External drives on Ubuntu and its Derivatives

Fastest way to format External drives on Ubuntu and its Derivatives

Let’s talk about a little less complicated and a casual way though powerful enough to get the job done. Yes we’re considering a task to format or perhaps make a bootable drive USB here, for command line freaks you may…