[Fixed] Zipalign Symbol Lookup Error in Kali Linux

Are you encountering the same error message while installing and accessing Zipalign from the official repository in the latest version of Kali Linux? Then, don’t worry; in this article, I’ll guide you through a solution that I’ve found and that has worked. [Reason] Causes of

Easily Convert TS Videos to MP4 File Format via CLI or GUI

If you’ve ever downloaded a video file using a popular download manager such as IDM or JDownloader, you might have received a TS (Transport Stream) video file from the server. If you want your video file to be in MP4 or any other file format,

Solution for raw.githubusercontent.com PORT 443: Connection refused

Tired of encountering the error “Connecting to raw.githubusercontent.com IP_ADDRESS:443 failed: Connection refused” when downloading files from GitHub via Wget or any other CLI tool? Then, don’t worry, as you’ve come to the right place; this annoying error related to GitHub can be easily solved (or

How to Hide “PackageKit” Message in openSUSE

🚀 Quick Overview To make the “PackageKit” message disappear instantly, just run the following command: However, I advise you to read the entire article in order to understand the main reason for this issue and become an informed Linux user. Are you tired of receiving

Resolving the Permission Denied and Missing Binary Errors 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” errors in LXD: Output: Reason for Permission

Fixing Mirror List Error in Arch and Manjaro

🚀 Quick Overview If you’re in a rush and want to fix this problem quickly, just run the below command: However, I recommend you read the entire article to understand the main reason for this issue and become an informed Linux user. Are you experiencing

Fixing ‘Failed to Synchronize Databases’ Error in Arch Linux

🚀 Quick Overview If you’re in a rush and want to fix this problem quickly, just run the below command: However, I recommend you read the entire article to understand the main reason for this issue and become an informed Linux user. Are you experiencing

Installing Figma on Linux: Unofficial Desktop Clients and Workarounds

Figma is a popular cloud-based design and collaboration tool used for creating user interfaces (UIs), user experience (UX) designs, web designs, app designs, and more. It’s popular among designers, product managers, and developers for its collaborative features, real-time editing capabilities, and ease of use. It’s

Mastering the fsck Command: Repair Linux File Systems Like a Pro

The “fsck” command (which stands for “file system check“) is a Linux command-line utility used to check and repair the integrity of a file system on storage devices like HDDs or SSDs. Nowadays, Linux filesystems support journaling, which eliminates the need for fsck. However, there

Clean Up Unwanted APT Packages in Linux

New Linux users often install a lot of unnecessary APT packages that they might rarely use in the future. Also, a few bulky distributions come with many pre-installed APT packages. When the Linux system is running low on disk space, it becomes necessary to clean

What is /dev/zero in Linux and its Uses

In this article, you will learn what the “/dev/zero” file is and what its purpose is, but before you understand that, you must know what the special files in Linux are. What are “Special Files” in Linux? In Linux, a “special file” is a type

Mount and Unmount File Systems in Linux

The mount command in Linux is used to mount a file system or removable storage devices like USB flash drives to a specific point in the directory tree, known as the “mount point”. This allows files and directories on the file system or storage device