How To Set or Change Timezone/Date/Time on Ubuntu 18.04


Most modern operating systems detect and synchronize the time with the NIST time server. NIST operates an atomic clock, which it uses for the time server. However, some users may find that their system isn’t synchronizing correctly. This guide will…

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How to Install RPM Packages on Ubuntu


RPM is a package format used by Red Hat based derivatives like CentOS, RHEL or Fedora. It gets its name from the RPM Package Manager (RPM), a free and open-source package management system for installing, uninstalling, and managing software packages…

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How to Check Ubuntu Version Number Running on Your OS


Finding out which Ubuntu version is running on your system can be important when troubleshooting issues or searching for installation guides. Also, it is essential to ensure you are not using a version which is outdated if you want to keep your…

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How to Install Ubuntu 18.04 Bionic Beaver


Ubuntu 18.04 (codenamed Bionic Beaver) is a free, open-source distribution of Linux, based on the Debian operating system. In this tutorial, learn how to install on Ubuntu 18.04. 

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How to Install Terraform on CentOS 7/Ubuntu 18.04


Terraform is a tool that creates a single provisioned interface for several different cloud-based services.  Referred to as “infrastructure as code,” it uses a configuration file to manage resources. This guide will help you install Terraform on an…

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How to Install Apache Tomcat 9 on Ubuntu 18.04


Apache Tomcat is a free, open-source, lightweight application server used for Java-based web applications. Developers use it to implement Java Servlet and JavaServer Pages technologies (including Java Expression Language and Java WebSocket). Read…

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How to Install Java on Ubuntu 18.04


Java is one of the most popular programming languages used for developing anything from lightweight mobile to desktop applications. This step-by-step guide shows you how simple it is to install Java on Ubuntu 18.04.

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How to List Installed Packages on Ubuntu


Having a precise list of installed packages helps system admins maintain, replicate, and reinstall systems. In this tutorial, learn how to list all installed packages with apt and dpkg, save the list to a file or list specific packages and versions.

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How to Install Docker Compose on Ubuntu 18.04


Docker Compose is a software package that modifies the behavior of Docker. Docker creates a specific container environment for running an application. Docker Compose lets you string together multiple Docker containers to work together. This guide…

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How To Install an FTP Server On Ubuntu With VSFTPD


FTP stands for File Transfer Protocol. It is similar to HTTP (HyperText Transfer Protocol), in that it specifies a language for transferring data over a network. FTP is unencrypted by default, so by itself, it’s not a good choice for secure…

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