Day: August 1, 2022

Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 746 1

Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 746

Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter, Issue 746 for the week of July 24 – 30, 2022. The full version of this issue is available here. In this issue we cover: Soft-freeze of jammy-updates for 22.04.1 Ubuntu Stats Hot in Support LoCo Events Call for testing: native messaging support in the Firefox snap Compassionate doc …

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How To Flush the DNS Cache on Ubuntu 22.04 2

How To Flush the DNS Cache on Ubuntu 22.04

In the world of computers, machines don’t use names as humans do. They go by a string of numbers. Computers, phones, and all these devices can identify and talk with each other using these numbers, also known as IP addresses. In contrast, humans recognize each other by their names, and it’s difficult for us to …

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How To Install Terminator on Ubuntu 22.04 6

How To Install Terminator on Ubuntu 22.04

Anyone who uses a Linux system knows that the terminal is at the center of the Linux Ecosystem. Though you can control everything from the terminal, many emulators have been released, providing you with many extra features on top of the basic terminal. This guide will look at Terminator, one such emulator, and how you …

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How to Install AnyDesk on Ubuntu 22.04 13

How to Install AnyDesk on Ubuntu 22.04

“AnyDesk is a small but powerful application that gives the users facility to establish a connection to access a remote computer, and you can use that system from your system. It became even more famous during the COVID-19 era as it provides a simple and secure work-from-home facility thanks to its military-grade encryption. It is …

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Ubuntu MacOS Theme 17

Ubuntu MacOS Theme

If you’re using a macOS, you’ll be aware of the operating system’s ability to do some amazing things. It’s fast, it’s powerful, and it has a plethora of tools built right in to help you work smarter and more efficiently. Many of these tools aren’t available directly on other operating systems such as Ubuntu — …

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How to Install and Use iPerf3 on Ubuntu 47

How to Install and Use iPerf3 on Ubuntu

Network performance is a common problem that you may deal with at times. You can test your network performance using multiple tools. The iPerf3, which is available on Windows, Linux, and Unix, is one of them. iPerf3 is an open-source and free command-line tool used to check network performance between the two systems according to …

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How to Install Ghirda on Ubuntu 48

How to Install Ghirda on Ubuntu

Ghirda is a well-known framework in the business of reverse engineering and malware analysis. It is a sophisticated software reverse engineering, cross-platform, and open-source framework created by the NSA to compete with the IDA closely. Ghirda provides users with military-grade tools for reversing software binaries and analysis tools. Through Ghirda, users can study the source …

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