Category: Ubuntu

Debian vs Ubuntu Comparison

Debian vs Ubuntu Comparison

Today the differences between Debian and Ubuntu are minimal for medium to advanced users, except for users in need of up to date software probably only users who aren’t previously familiarized with LInux can appreciate differences or advantages on Ubuntu represented by graphical assistants or methods like the Packages Manager which isn’t part of Debian,…

OpenSuse vs Ubuntu

OpenSuse vs Ubuntu

Among all the Linux distros out there, openSUSE and Ubuntu are two of the bests. Both of them are free and open-source, leveraging the best features Linux has to offer. However, each has its spice. In this article, we’ll be having a look at a detailed comparison between openSUSE and Ubuntu. The goal isn’t to…

5 Best GUI Clients for PostgreSQL on Ubuntu

5 Best GUI Clients for PostgreSQL on Ubuntu

Written in C, PostgreSQL which is also known as Postgres is one of the most popular relational database management systems. macOS server has it as default database and is also available for other operating systems such as Windows, FreeBCD, OpenBCD and Linux. As PostgreSQL is one of the most used database management systems in the…

Installing NIS server on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

Installing NIS server on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

The full form of NIS is Network Information Server. NIS server stores all the user information in a database. NIS client can use the NIS server to authenticate these users and use it locally. Basically, NIS is used for centralizing authentication in a network. NIS is an alternative to Lightweight Directory Access Protocol or LDAP…

How to install OpenOffice on Ubuntu 18.04

How to install OpenOffice on Ubuntu 18.04

Apache OpenOffice is a powerful all-in-one office productivity software suite that gives users the ability to whip up their documents, work on their spreadsheets, prepare presentations to mention just a few. OpenOffice is free and easy-to-use and closely resembles LibreOffice which, by default, ships with popular Linux distributions such as Ubuntu. In this tutorial, we…

40 Things to do After Installing Ubuntu

40 Things to do After Installing Ubuntu

Ubuntu has become very popular operating system not only among programmers and developers but also among normal day-to-day users and gamers. Recently, Canonical has released latest Ubuntu 19.10 “Eoan Ermine” and it comes with many useful upgraded to Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. Doesn’t matter if you’re are normal or a pro user, every time you install…