How to Shutdown Linux Using Command Line and GUI

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For a fairly new Linux user, things can be a bit overwhelming in the beginning. While the robustness and unlimited customizability options are attractive, performing basic tasks can be daunting, especially if you are unaware of the proper commands to use. For instance, you need to shut down your system, but as a new user, … Read more

How to Set up and Use ChatGPT in Linux Terminal

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Leaving the popularity of NFTs and the metaverse in the dust, AI has emerged as the new buzzword in the technology world. ChatGPT and its alternatives are flourishing on the internet, helping users get everyday tasks done with ease. Earlier, we published guides on how to get started with making your own ChatGPT-like chatbot, using … Read more

How to Delete a Directory in Linux


Linux is strikingly different from the Windows operating system. For example, if you want to delete a folder in Windows, you can simply right-click on it and delete it. However, things are not that simple in Linux. Deleting a directory or folder in Linux can be accomplished via the graphical user interface as well as … Read more

How to Use cat Command in Linux (with Examples)

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If you’re using a Linux computer, operations are vastly different as compared to Windows and macOS. You get both a graphic user interface and a command line interface. While GUI seems to be the easy option to execute operations, CLI does have its own benefits. If you are well-versed in all the important Linux Terminal … Read more

How to Use scp Command to Securely Transfer Files in Linux

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Suppose you want to transfer some files between servers on a Linux system. There are many ways you can accomplish the task, but if your priority is to transfer files securely, you’re left with a few options. The easiest solution is to use the scp or secure copy command to transfer your files without worrying … Read more

How to Fix “exec user process caused: exec format error” in Linux

How to Fix exec user process caused exec format error

After completing a massive project, your team and you decided to use containerization for the entire project in the staging and production steps to avoid any environment-related issues and last-minute “it works on my machine” statements. But, while creating a container, you encountered the “exec user process caused: exec format error” and have no clue … Read more

How to Add a User to a Group in Linux

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Assume you are a system administrator of a big project, and you often receive complaints from the QA team that the development team is messing up the codebase and vice versa. Upon close inspection, you find out that two teams are a part of the same group, sharing the same codebase. So you ask your … Read more

How to Kill a Process in Linux

How to Kill a Process in Linux

We have all had those days when our computer runs exceptionally slow and stutters in performing even the basic tasks. In Windows, you only have the Windows Task Manager to inspect and kill processes that are not so important but consume enormous amounts of memory. However, in Linux, you have an entire arsenal of commands … Read more

How to Install WSJT-X on Linux Mint

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While many dream of setting up their own radio station to play their favorite tunes and become a popular radio disk jockey one day, others dream of being able to communicate across continents and find companions over the radio. For all amateur radio operators or people who want to learn about the various radio communication … Read more

How to Check Disk Usage in Linux (4 Methods)

How to Check Disk Usage in Linux

There may be times when you need to download some important files or transfer some photos to your Linux system, but face a problem of insufficient disk space. You head over to your file manager to delete the large files which you no longer require, but you have no clue which of them are occupying … Read more