Why Ubuntu uses sudo instead of root login?

Once you are an administrator on the Linux or UNIX platforms you will likely know the top level directory is known as root. The root directory in both Linux and Unix  by default has access to all the commands and files and should be the only account to have write access to main filesystem. Although […]

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How to Fix Brightness Control Not Working for Ubuntu & Mint

Most issue with Ubuntu is brightness control. In this quick post, we will see how to fix brightness control not working for ubuntu and mint. This bugs is relates to NVidia graphics and Intel graphics card. So to fix this issue, first you need to find out what graphics/video card that you have. Run the command […]

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10 Things to do After Installing Ubuntu 15.04 Vivid Vervet

Ubuntu 15.04 has been released with codename ‘Vivid Vervet’. While you wait your new Ubuntu ISO download to complete, let’s list some things that you can do after installing Ubuntu. Whether after you’re doing a fresh install or maybe upgrading from an earlier version, you can use it out of the box or change some […]

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Full Release Schedule for Ubuntu 15.10 ‘Wily Werewolf’

On my previous post it’s discuss about the codename for Ubuntu 15.10, but for this post we’ll discuss about the release date. October 22, 2015 will be the release date for Ubuntu 15.10 ‘Wily Werewolf’, October is a perfect launch for a such scary things and you have been thinking the same thing about Hallowe’en […]

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Ubuntu 15.10 Codenamed has been Announced

It has been a month since Ubuntu 15.04 was released, but every Ubuntu user know after the release of a new Ubuntu version there will be followed by the announcement of the new codename for the next released. It just took some time until Mark Shuttleworth announce new name for Ubuntu 15.10 with Wily Werewolf. […]

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What’s New in Ubuntu 15.04 Vivid Vervet ?

Ubuntu 15.04 Vivid Vervet is the latest edition for Ubuntu Linux Distribution and now its still in beta (when i wrote this article), Stable version will be released on 23 April 2015. So this is a good time to take a look the new features that are going to be implemented with this new release […]

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Enable SSH (Secure Shell) in Debian/Ubuntu

If you are a network administrator you must be know about the remote login protocol such as telnet, rlogin, and ssh. This quick tutorial is going to show you how to install and enable SSH (Secure Shell) service in Debian/Ubuntu, also this tutorial works with other linux distribution that based on Debian or Ubuntu. SSH (Secure […]

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How To Check If A Package Is Installed Or Not In Ubuntu

If you are using Ubuntu or Debian and other Linux distribution that are use dpkg or apt-get commands to install, remove or update packages, you probably have some problems when you don’t remember a package is installed or not on your system. Don’t worry if you don’t remember it, dpkg have a feature to check […]

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