Day: September 9, 2021

Evolution of Open-source EPC — A Revolution in the Telecom Industry

An analysis of vEPCs in collaboration with GS Lab — a contributor to open-source projects in the telecom domain  Open-source projects gravitate to some common problems in the industry. The use of open-source projects accelerates product/solution development and cuts down the costs. Open-source projects for embedded systems to the cloud are commonplace. Until a few …

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Ubuntu 21.10: Release the party

There ain’t no party like an Ubuntu release party. You might think that you are a party animal, but have you seen an Impish Indri? Some time ago, it was common for the Ubuntu LoCos (local communities) to host and run ‘release parties’, meet-ups, and get-togethers where members of the wider community come together to …

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Design and Web team summary – 8 September 2021

The Web & design team at Canonical run two-week iterations building and maintaining all of the Canonical websites and product web interfaces. Here are some of the highlights of our completed work from this iteration. Meet the team Hi there! I’m MariaPaula and I’m a Web Engineer. I recently joined the Web Squad where I …

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How to install Atom Text Editor on Ubuntu

Atom is an open-source as well as free text and code editor developed by GitHub for several operating systems. Initially, Atom was introduced by GitHub but later, Facebook extended the ATOM and developed ATOM Integrated Development Environment (IDE). It is widely used because of its distinctive features; for instance, the developers of ATOM usually call …

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How to Install and Configure Docker on Ubuntu

Docker is a virtualization platform that automates the process of application deployment. Containers and Images in Docker are used for this purpose. Docker containers offer a lightweight and portable environment for the deployment of applications. These containers are based on Docker images which assists in packaging an application with all of its runtime dependencies inside …

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How to create symbolic links in Ubuntu

A symbolic link is a shortcut file for any directory or file. The symlink or soft link are the other names of the symbolic link. In Ubuntu, symbolic links work like a string that generates paths between various files and directories. These links are frequently utilized for linking libraries. It also ensures that files exist …

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How to change the IP address on Ubuntu

Changing the IP address on your Ubuntu system can be necessary for various situations, such as in the port forwarding process or when you want to run a media server on your network. In most cases, your router’s DHCP server dynamically assigns IP addresses to your network interface. However, you can easily change the assigned …

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How to List Installed Packages on Ubuntu

Knowing the installed packages on Ubuntu can be useful if you want to replicate your environment from one machine or reinstall your Ubuntu operating system on the machine. The list of installed packages will help you know more about your system packages and their related information. On the other hand, when installing, reinstalling, or uninstalling …

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How do I list Upgradable packages in Ubuntu

In computing, updates of the packages or OS have a key role in bringing the new functionalities to the users. You may encounter several updates after a few days or weeks; these updates carry bug fixes and minor changes to any software or your operating system. The frequent updates do not necessarily mean that you …

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How to Install and Configure Apache Hadoop on Ubuntu

Apache Hadoop is a Java-based, open-source, freely available software platform for storing and analyzing big datasets on your system clusters. It keeps its data in the Hadoop Distributed File system (HDFS) and processes it utilizing MapReduce. Hadoop has been used in machine learning and data mining techniques. It is also used for managing multiple dedicated …

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