How to Use Apt-Offline to Install Debian or Ubuntu Packages

πŸ’­ Scenario You have one computer that’s connected to the internet (Online System) and another computer that’s not connected to the internet (Offline System), but you want to install or update software on the Offline System. Here comes the Apt-Offline utility as solution. What is

Resolving the Permission Denied and Missing Binary Error in LXD

When you install the LXD using the following command in your Ubuntu or Debian-based distributions: And try to begin your LXD journey with the following commands: You might end up with the following “permission denied” and “missing binary” error in LXD: Output: Reason for Permission

How to Use AppImage in Linux (A Complete Beginner’s Guide)

πŸš€ Quick Overview This article focuses on explaining different software packaging concepts, highlighting what AppImage is, its installation, and its removal from your Linux system. Traditionally, the software packages are shipped in DEB packages for Debian or Ubuntu-based distributions and RPM packages for RHEL and

Installing NASM and Writing Your First Assembly Program on Linux

Assembly language is one of the most popular topics in the coding community as it offers you the ability to work at a low level that is closely tied to a computer’s architecture and hardware. It provides a human-readable representation of machine code instructions, allowing

Installing WPS Office on Linux (a free MS Office alternative)

WPS Office is an office suite software program that is available on Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, and Android. It was developed by the Chinese company Kingsoft Corporation in Zhuhai. Just a heads up before we continue: I’d like to emphasize two important points: firstly, it’s

Installing OnlyOffice on Linux (Your Microsoft Office Alternative)

OnlyOffice stands out as a leading Linux alternative to Microsoft Office, offering a very similar interface, so if you are migrating from a Windows to Linux environment, then this will suit you better than LibreOffice. It provides a range of office productivity tools for creating,

How to Install Scratch on Linux for Fun Coding Adventures

Scratch is an amazing visual programming language and online community aimed at teaching coding concepts and terminology to children and beginners in a fun and interactive way. You can imagine its popularity from the fact that it isn’t considered a mainstream programming language like C/C++,

How to Install and Use Pipx on Linux

In Python, ensuring package isolation is crucial to prevent conflicts with one another, and to achieve this goal, there are several tools available, including virtualenv, pipenv, and pipx (our topic for today). Before going more in-depth on pipx, let’s first address the differences among virtualenv,

Installing and Running Fortran Program on Linux

Fortran, which stands for “Formula Translation“, was initially created by IBM in the 1950s to serve as a high-level programming language for scientific and engineering calculations. It is commonly used in areas where performance and numerical accuracy are critical, such as physics, astronomy, geophysics, computational

Schedule One-Time Tasks Using the At Command in Linux

In Linux, there are multiple tools for task scheduling, and one of the well-known options that you might have heard of is the cron job. Today’s discussion centers on the “at” command, a specialized task scheduling tool designed for executing one-time tasks, the opposite of

How to Install Portainer Server on Linux or WSL

Portainer is an amazing open-source container management platform that simplifies the deployment, management, and monitoring of containerized applications. It provides a user-friendly web-based interface (desktop clients are not available) that makes it easier for users to interact with container technologies like Docker or Kubernetes. As

Install Podman on Your Favorite Linux Distribution

Podman is an open-source container management tool for creating, managing, and running containers and images. It’s often used as an alternative to Docker, allowing users to run standalone (non-orchestrated) containers without requiring a daemon. Podman was developed by Red Hat, but it is supported by