Month: June 2022

Software comparison Ubuntu server 22.04 LTS vs Fedora 36 server edition – head-to-head

The following article compares two different Linux distros with Ubuntu Server 22.04 LTS (Jammy) and Fedora 36 Server Edition. These are the latest versions released in the past month. Bear in mind, that they have a really different release cycle Ubuntu Server 22.04 LTS (Jammy) support will end after 10 years and Fedora 36 support …

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How to kill a process in Linux – guide for beginners 1

How to kill a process in Linux – guide for beginners

Updated on 6/6/2022 – In some situations, processes in Linux can prevent users from starting tasks or installing applications for instance when an apt command is invoked , an error similar to ’could not get lock /var/lib/dpkg/lock-frontend’ might occur. This might be due to the fact that the apt command is being used by another …

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Debugging of ISPConfig 3 server actions in case of a failure

The following article describes the steps that need to be taken to debug ISPConfig 3 server scripts. This procedure applies to all ISPConfig 3 versions incl. ISPConfig 3.1 and ISPConfig 3.2. Enable the debug Loglevel in ISPConfig Login to the ISPConfig interface and set the log level to Debug under System > System > Server …

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Install Facebook Messenger for Desktop on Ubuntu 22.04 18

Install Facebook Messenger for Desktop on Ubuntu 22.04

Facebook is available as a web application for both iOS and Android mobile applications. The mobile applications may be simply found on the related play store. However, none of the official Facebook Messenger is launched yet for the desktop system such as Ubuntu 22.04. Even though you may access it through a web browser, there …

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Atinout on Ubuntu 19

Atinout on Ubuntu

A software called Atinout reads a list of AT instructions. It sends each instruction/command to the modem one at a time while waiting for the current command’s final result code before moving on to another command on the list. Atinout is a program that runs the AT commands in order and records the modem’s answer. …

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How to Make Chrome Default Browser on Ubuntu 21

How to Make Chrome Default Browser on Ubuntu

“If you’re someone who has been using the internet for a while, chances are you’ve probably heard of Google Chrome. With its wide variety of features, privacy protection, and a huge selection of add-ons to choose from, Google Chrome serves as the go-to browser for both desktop and smartphone users. Google Chrome is available on …

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Setup Selenium with Python and Chrome on Ubuntu & Debian 36

Setup Selenium with Python and Chrome on Ubuntu & Debian

Selenium is a versatile tool that can be used for automating browser-based tests. It has a wide range of features that make it an ideal choice for automating tests. Selenium can be used to automate tests for web applications and web services. Selenium supports a number of programming languages, including Java, C#, Python, and Ruby. …

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