How do I start a network interface in Linux? How to Enable an Network Interface. The “up” or “ifup” flag with interface name (eth0) activates an network interface,…

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Click or double-click the Terminal app icon—which resembles a black box with a white “>_” in it—or press Ctrl + Alt + T at the same time. Type…

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In Steam, for example, head to the Store tab, click the Games drop-down, and choose SteamOS + Linux to see all of Steam’s Linux-native games. You can also…

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From installing to managing, Arch Linux lets you handle everything. You decide which desktop environment to use, which components and services to install. This granular control gives you…

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Lubuntu is a light, fast, and modern Ubuntu flavor using LXQt as its default desktop environment. Lubuntu used to use LXDE as its default desktop environment. Which is…

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How do you check if the interface is up Linux? ifconfig command – It is used to display or configure a network interface. List Network Interfaces Using ip…

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In Linux Shell, many special characters have their own special meanings. Sometimes they are used to perform an action while other times they are just used as a…

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When you ‘mount’ something you are placing access to the file system contained within onto your root file system structure. Effectively giving the files a location. What is…

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Rufus for Linux, yes, everybody who has ever used this bootable USB creator tool which is only available for Windows, definitely wished to have it for Linux operating…

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It’s completely safe to run the command sudo rm /proc/kcore . … All the files in /proc do not actually exist on your hard drive, so they can’t…

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