What Exactly Is A Linux Distro?

You’ll hear the phrase “Linux distro” tossed around quite a lot and this article will explain what exactly is a Linux distro. It’s not overly complicated and this article shouldn’t take a whole lot of time. You should also be aware that I’m writing this article in a way that is aimed at the lowest … Continue reading “What Exactly Is A Linux Distro?”

Finally, an Answer to What is The Best Linux Distro?

Finally, an attempt to answer to the age old question: Which Linux distro is the best? This question has been asked time and time again and debated from the moment more than one distro existed – so, pretty much since day one. It has been so hotly debated that it has caused true animosity and … Continue reading “Finally, an Answer to What is The Best Linux Distro?”

macOS vs Linux: Comparative Analysis

macOS vs Linux: Comparative Analysis   BSD code is the base of macOS, which is developed under the banner of Apple Incorporation. The Unix-based operating system is developed with the use of languages like C, C++, etc. In 2001, the first version of macOS was introduced. This OS is in the second position in the … Continue reading “macOS vs Linux: Comparative Analysis”

Check To See If SELinux Is Working

In today’s article, you’ll learn how to see if SELinux Is Working on your system. Your system may not have SELinux, but many do. This article is for those people. You’re welcome! SELinux stands for Security-Enhanced Linux and its function is to provide greater controls over who can access the system. It was actually developed … Continue reading “Check To See If SELinux Is Working”

How To: Install PIP In Linux

Today’s article is going to teach you how to install PIP in Linux. PIP is a reverse acronym meaning ‘PIP Installs Packages” and it’s a handy tool for the installation and management of Python applications. This article should be pretty short and easy for anyone to understand.  This article is going to be pretty basic, … Continue reading “How To: Install PIP In Linux”

Unzip A .zip File In the Linux Terminal

Today’s article is going to tell you how to unzip a .zip file in the Linux terminal. It shouldn’t be too complex, nor will it take a great deal of time to learn how to unzip a file. In the Linux world, we don’t really see the .zip files all that often. We have other … Continue reading “Unzip A .zip File In the Linux Terminal”

FTP From The Linux Terminal

Why would you want to use FTP from the Linux terminal? It’s quick, easy, consistent, and works well enough as an FTP client. If it’s not already installed, it’s just a quick installation command away. In my experience, it’s usually already there. If I’m going to be transferring a bunch of files or editing files, … Continue reading “FTP From The Linux Terminal”

How Do I Install Linux (A General Guide)

Today, I will try to answer one of the most common questions asked by the newcomer to Linux; “How do I install Linux” To answer this I have prepared a step-by-step guide of how to install Linux with the minimum of technobabble. So, I hope you will find it simple enough to follow. This is … Continue reading “How Do I Install Linux (A General Guide)”

Today, We Have Fun In The Linux Terminal

Today, we will learn nothing of value – except how to have fun in the Linux terminal. You know what they say, all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. So, today we’ll be doing some playing. Why? Well, because it’s fun. There are a number of fun things you can do in … Continue reading “Today, We Have Fun In The Linux Terminal”

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