Bash Command Not Found, Common Reasons and Solutions

Most of the time in Linux OS we run commands and programs by typing the commands in the Terminal program.…

How to Set Environment Variables in Linux

Setting environment variables in Linux is a good way to define common and repetitive variables that are used across a…

How to Update All Packages on OpenSUSE

In the case of Linux, a package is a compressed archive containing necessary data and/or codes to perform a certain…

How to Send Linux Logs to a Remote Server

The main reason to apply remote logging is the same reason because of which a dedicated /var partition is recommended:…

How to List and Manage Users in Linux

Linux distributions ship with built-in support for multiple user roles and profiles. By using different user accounts and groups, it…

Some Useful Bash Aliases and How to Create Bash Aliases

Do you spend a good amount of time working in the command line? Then you may have noticed that most…

How to Run Linux Commands and Scripts Automatically on a System Reboot

Running apps and scripts automatically on startup can be useful for automating common boot tasks and events. This article will…

How to Set a New Hostname for your Linux System

We all know that computers over a local area network are identified by IP addressed. Instead of expecting others to…

How to Use Cockpit Web Console on CentOS 8

Cockpit is a web-based administration panel. Cockpit is used to administer GNU/Linux operating system from the web browser.  In this…

How to Create a New Sudo User on Debian 10 Buster

You can give sudo rights to any existing user by adding it to the sudo group. With the following command…