How To Install Cinnamon Desktop Environment on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver) – LinuxNov

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Spread the loveCinnamon is a free and open source desktop environment based on GTK. Cinnamon was firstly introduced on Linux Mint as one of the default Desktops for each release. Here we will check how to install Cinnamon Desktop on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver). Cinnamon desktop comes with a friendly user interface with many […]

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How To Set Up a Firewall with UFW on Ubuntu 18.04

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A properly configured firewall is one of the most important aspects of the overall system security. By default Ubuntu comes with a firewall configuration tool called UFW (Uncomplicated Firewall). UFW is a user-friendly front-end for managing iptables firewall rules and its main goal is to make managing iptables easier or as the name says uncomplicated.

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An Introduction to the ss Command

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Linux includes a fairly massive array of tools available to meet almost every need. From development to security to productivity to administration…if you have to get it done, Linux is there to serve. One of the many tools that admins frequently turned to was netstat. However, the netstat command has been deprecated in favor of the faster, more human-readable ss command.

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Release LXQt 0.13.0

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The LXQt team is proud to announce the release of LXQt 0.13.0, the Lightweight Qt Desktop Environment. The LXQt team is working hard towards LXQt 1.0.0. Want to help us? Found any bugs? Please file bug reports and pull requests on our GitHub tracker! The release can be downloaded at downloads.lxqt.org or Github. Highlights All … <p class="link-more"><a href="https://blog.lxqt.org/2018/05/release-lxqt-0-13-0/" class="more-link">Continue reading<span class="screen-reader-text"> "Release LXQt 0.13.0"</span></a></p>

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Guide to Linux Environment Variables

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Objects that are given by names and contain data used by at least one, usually multiple applications are called environment variables. Put simply, an environment variable is nothing more than a variable that has a name and a value. Values of environment variable could be the default editor that will be used, for example, the location of all files that can be executed in the system or local settings for the system. Beginners of Linux will find this a little difficult but the environment variable is an excellent way of sharing the configuration settings between several applications and processes. Coreutils package is home to the env and printenv programs. To list all the environment variables that currently have a value, you just type: $ printenv In the bash shell, there are two types of environment variables: Global variables Local variables Global environment variables From the shell session, the global environment variables are visible, and any child processes that the shell spawns.

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