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How To Install An RPM File In Linux

How To Install RPM Package File

RPM files exist to make the software installation and upgrading process easier. They allow us to simply use an RPM file to install a software package, and when combined with package managers such as Yum or DNF we will also get all required dependencies downloaded and installed easily.

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How To Mount A Windows NTFS Disk In Linux

How To Mount NTFS Disk Partition In Linux

The New Technology File System (NTFS) is a proprietary file system created by Microsoft and is used extensively in Microsoft’s Windows operating systems.

By default most Linux distributions are not able to mount NTFS, however it is possible to install a driver that allows us to do this so that we can read and write data to an NTFS disk.

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How To Enable SSH in Linux Mint

How To Enable SSH In Linux Mint

By default OpenSSH server is not installed in Linux Mint. This quick guide will show you how to install and enable SSH in Linux Mint, allowing you to remotely access the operating system over the network through SSH.

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How To Install Linux Mint 18

Install Linux Mint

This guide will show you how to install Linux Mint step by step. Mint is a distribution of Linux which is based on Debian and Ubuntu and aims to be both powerful and easy to use. As the most popular Linux distribution according to distrowatch, it seems to be achieving these goals.

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How To Download Linux Mint

How To Download Linux Mint

There are a few options available when picking a version of Linux Mint to download. This post will discuss the various considerations associated with downloading Linux Mint.

We’ll help you choose between 32-bit or 64-bit architectures, and discuss the differences between the four different desktop environments available, Cinnamon, MATE, Xfce, and KDE.

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How To Check Which Version Of CentOS Is Installed

How To Check Currently Installed Version Of CentOS Linux

There are a few different versions of CentOS Linux currently available, but which version are you running?

Here we’ll show you how to quickly check and see which version of CentOS you are using.

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13 du (Disk Usage) Command Examples In Linux

DU Disk Usage Command Examples In Linux

Here we’re going to cover how to find out what is using disk space in Linux with the ‘du’ disk usage command.

This command is extremely useful for tracking down large files, allowing you to find large files and free up precious disk space.

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The Difference Between su and sudo Commands In Linux

Differences Between su and sudo Commands In Linux

“What is the difference between the su and sudo commands?” Is a question commonly asked to those new to *nix based operating systems that we’ll explain and answer here.

In order to discuss the differences, let’s first establish what each command actually does with some examples.

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How To Disable Specific Package Updates In RHEL/CentOS Linux

How To Disable Package Updates In Linux

We can exclude a list of packages from being installed or updating from all repositories by specifying that we want to exclude them in the yum.conf file.

This will prevent yum from updating these packages and all future updates will be ignored as we will see here.

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11 rm Command Examples For Linux

rm Command Examples For Linux

The ‘rm’ command is used to delete files and directories, rm comes from the GNU Coreutils package and should be available by default in Unix/Linux based operating systems.

By the end of this guide you should know how to use rm to remove files and directories in Linux by following these practical examples.

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