Category Archives: Ubuntu

How To Install And Setup Git In Linux

What is git? Git is a distributed code revision software created by Linus Torvalds, (yes the creator of Linux). Git is used in project/source code version control. That simply means that it ensures that you can save your work (any coding project) at a particular point in time – versions. Each save is called, in… Read More »

How to Install Geany IDE on Linux

Geany is cross-platform, feature-rich, full–blown integrated development environment (IDE), that you can get on Linux. Among others, one good reason i love geany IDE is because of its automatic compiler recognition; once a compliler of any programming language is installed on yopur PC you dont need any further configuration to start using the IDE to… Read More »

Automating Stuffs: Introduction to Linux Shell Scripting

In recent times many computer users are comfortable using point-and-click (graphical) user interfaces – GUI – and so any mention of commands becomes scary and disturbing. But as a Linux user the command line interface (CLI) is an integral part of the operating system (OS) and also very necessarily productivity or performance-wise. There still many… Read More »

How to Install Atom Editor in Ubuntu Linux.

A Hackable text editor for the 21st Century! Atom is an open source text editor for all your text needs. But its mostly used and suited for programming and development (coding). A very functional and feature-rich text editor is an invaluable component of a developer toolbox. Atom is open-source (if you have the skills you… Read More »

3 Workable Ways of Connecting Linux PC To The Internet.

By | February 20, 2019

The internet has become an integral part of our digital life. With the advent of the web browser, along with other web technologies that sprang up as a result of it, staying offline is presently almost impossible. Sending and receiving emails, media streaming, with the many social networks here and there, there is no doubt… Read More »

Get Root Privileges Using the sudo Command.

By | December 31, 2018

The sudo command The sudo (super do) command in Linux is used to give certain user(s) only a few super (root/administrator) permissions. And with those granted permissions a regular user can issue root commands to carry out any administrative tasks on the system. If you want to use sudo to run commands as a regular… Read More »

How to Format USB Thumb Drives in Ubuntu Linux

By | November 30, 2018

Every now and then we find ourselves in need of ways to formatting USB drives. There are many ways to format USB thumb-drive or SD card in Linux, but in this post I would show you a fast and easy of doing that without installing any additional software. NB: Ubuntu 16.04 was used for this… Read More »

How to Create Your Own Linux Commands

By | October 15, 2018

  Who does not like to have the power to create things? Among many powers, Linux gives you the ability to create commands; or wrap default Linux commands in any new command of your choice. Actually you will not be creating new commands (like “cat”, “ls” or “touch”) that could be used on any Linux… Read More »

Graphic Server for IoT, mir, released

By | October 11, 2018

Mir is a wonderful software product from  Canonical, the makers of Ubuntu Linux. It has announced the release of mir application (mir 1.0.0). The very first major release by the Mir team.     Mir is graphics rendering server that can be used to render graphics on the screen of internet of things (IoT) devices. It… Read More »