Day: February 12, 2021

How to Download Files from the Command Line Using the Wget Command?

The Wget is a command-line utility that is used to download files and webpages from the web. Various internet protocols like HTTP, HTTPS, and FTP can be used to access and retrieve the files. We can specify the different options with the Wget command in order to perform different options. This article explains the use …

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How to fix sudo: add-apt-repository: command not found error on Linux Ubuntu

The software applications can be installed on Ubuntu and Debian systems in many ways. The one common way to install applications is through the Personal Package Archive (PPA) Repository. The PPA’s are the external repositories that are created and maintained by developers. The add-apt-repository command is used in the following way to add a PPA …

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How to remove a snap package on Ubuntu

Snap packages are used in Linux distributions to offer multiple options like installing, deploying, and removing software. Snap package is beneficial for developers to use the newest versions of apps on their Linux machine. Snap is a better alternative of apt. And many users prefer it for their system. Ubuntu and Canonical also consider it …

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How to Install and Use Redis on a Ubuntu 20.04 Server

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