Review: Debian 12 Bookworm

The most recent version of Debian, a well-known Linux distribution, is called Bookworm. Debian has long been a favorite among software fans thanks to its strong emphasis on stability, security, and open-source ideals.   We will examine the features, enhancements, and user experience of Debian 12 Bookworm in-depth in this article to provide you a […]

What is GRUB

GRUB is one of the bootloaders that are necessary for your operating system to boot up. The powerful and adaptable grand universal bootloader, or GRUB, is a tool used to boot operating systems’ kernels. It functions as the system’s default bootloader when it comes to Linux-based systems. Even so, a lot of computer nerds are […]

How to Fix Yum Command Not Found

This guide will teach you how to resolve the “yum command not found” error and what causes it. The package manager by default for CentOS and rpm-based distributions is Yum. The error “yum command not found” merely indicates that the command could not be discovered and could not be executed. Although this may appear puzzling […]

Bash Echo Examples

Bash has several built-in functions for printing output to the terminal. To print text or string data into the terminal, another command as input, or a file, one of the most popular commands is “echo.” There are several alternatives available for this command that can be used with it for certain uses. In this tutorial, […]

How to Show Line Numbers in Nano Editor

Would you like to have line numbers for Nano? Now you can  display line numbers in the nano editor by continuing to read on.   Numerous Unix-based systems come with a text editor called the Nano editor. It’s a compact, light-weight, user-friendly editor that works well for basic text file modifications. You might be wondering […]

How to Copy, Cut, and Paste in Vim Vi?

The Linux screen-based editor Vim (Vi Modified) can be configured to create any type of customized document. The open-source Vim editor offers tools for effectively altering (cutting, copying, and pasting) text. You may alter text quickly and effectively by running this sophisticated editor in the terminal. The purpose of this tutorial is to show you […]

How to unzip a zip File from the Terminal

To unzip a compressed zip file Linux command line can be used. Like zip commands, the unzip command in Linux is incredibly versatile and useful for much more than just extracting zip files.  Files from a ZIP archive, which are typically found on MS-DOS computers, can be listed, checked, or extracted using Unzip. The default […]

How to untar Files in Linux

Tar is a widely used archive format, particularly on Linux systems. Tar archives are frequently used by distributions to provide package updates. Tar archives are also frequently encountered in online file sharing scenarios.   See our guide on untarring files under Linux.   Linux’s Tar The tar utility is included with every Linux distribution for […]

What Does Vi Stand For?

Although learning Vi might be challenging at times, programmers are willing to put in the effort to become more proficient in the language. VI is designed for a specific user profile—UNIX-based system programmers—as opposed to a general-purpose word processor tool.   Other names for this phrase are VI and Visual Editor.   What is the […]

How to Uninstall a YUM Package: A Step-by-Step Guide

Powerful package management tools like the Yellowdog Updater, Modified (YUM) are frequently found in Linux distributions like CentOS and Fedora. The procedure for installing, updating, and deleting software items from your system is made simpler. As it helps to free up disk space and keep your system lean and effective, uninstalling unused software is an […]

What is LD_LIBRARY_PATH Used For? A Comprehensive Guide

Developers and system administrators frequently come across the word “LD_LIBRARY_PATH” when working with Linux-based systems. In the context of dynamic linking and shared libraries, this article seeks to clarify the relevance of LD_LIBRARY_PATH. What is the LD_LIBRARY_PATH? An environment variable called LD_LIBRARY_PATH is utilized by Linux and other Unix-like operating systems. It is essential to […]