Day: November 7, 2021

How to use Ubuntu Livepatch 1

How to use Ubuntu Livepatch

The Ubuntu Livepatch service takes care of keeping your Ubuntu systems up to date with essential kernel updates, saving you time and effort. It is a tool that enables companies to patch Ubuntu Linux kernel vulnerabilities immediately. The live patch utility lets you directly patch the running kernel, eliminating the need to reboot your system. …

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How to list services in Ubuntu 3

How to list services in Ubuntu

Various services on your Ubuntu Linux distribution run in the background and as a system administrator, you will need to be able to view all services, including system services like process management, login, cron jobs, and syslog. Ubuntu allows you to list all these services through specific commands. The background processes or system programs are …

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How to install Eclipse IDE on Ubuntu 20

How to install Eclipse IDE on Ubuntu

The popularity of Java in the software industry has always made it a good choice for developers. To develop and execute the java-based program we can use Eclipse which is the most popular IDE (Integrated Development Environment) among software developers. Other than Java, it supports many other programming languages such as C#, C++, Perl, and PHP. …

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How to Disable Firewall in Ubuntu 49

How to Disable Firewall in Ubuntu

Ubuntu is a popular Linux Operating System having its own firewall known as ufw (uncomplicated firewall).  In Ubuntu we can both enable or disable that firewall according to our requirement. It is very advised to keep the firewall turned on, but in some situations like trouble shooting or testing you might need to disable the …

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Install and make GNU GCC 10 default in Ubuntu 20.04 Focal

The best way to install and use GNU GCC 10 is to install first, build-essential package, which will pull in the GNU GCC 9.2, and then install the GNU GCC 10. In fact, it is possible to install only GNU GCC 10 packages, but build-essential brings with it many additional packages, which are mandatory for …

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