January 2024

Driving into 2024 – The automotive trends to look out for in the year ahead

With multiple technological innovations all converging at the same time, we are living in an exciting era for the automotive industry. From AI to 5G, and plenty in between, we can expect to see a host of groundbreaking trends emerge this year. As electric vehicles (EVs) completely disrupt the market and the OEMs’ business strategies, […]

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PingPath – Simple GTK4 Network Diagnostic Tool Based on Ping

Network diagnostic is useful when you getting internet connection issue. And, here’s a brand new graphical tool for Linux beginners. It’s PingPath, a free open-source tool written mostly in C, and use GTK4 toolkit for its user interface. PingPath uses the popular command line tool ping to send ICMP ECHO_REQUEST to networks hosts. Simply type

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AI on-prem: what should you know?

Organisations are reshaping their digital strategies, and AI is at the heart of these changes, with many projects now ready to run in production. Enterprises often start these AI projects on the public cloud because of the ability to minimise the hardware burden. However, as initiatives scale, organisations often look to migrate the workloads on-prem

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How to Install gettext-base package on Ubuntu 22.04

In this article, we will see how to install gettext-base package on Ubuntu 22.04. The gettext-base package is a fundamental component of the GNU Internationalization (i18n) utilities. It provides minimal tools necessary for programs to use native language support, focusing on essential utilities required for scripts or for systems with limited resources. It is designed

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Solved “ltconfig: you must specify a host type if you use `–no-verify'”

In this article, we will see how to solve ltconfig: you must specify a host type if you use `–no-verify’ error. If you are installing older version of libxml2-X.X from source code then during running of configure script, you might notice this error in your system. This error basically means that the ltconfig script, which

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Get Firefox VA-API Hardware Acceleration working on NVIDIA GPU

For Ubuntu machine with NVIDIA graphics card, here’s how to implement hardware acceleration for video playback in Firefox web browser. Firefox so far only supports VA-API for GPU decoding to offload CPU and save power. Both Intel and AMD GPUs support VA-API. However, NVIDIA so far supports the api only through the open-source Nouveau driver.

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Setting up Bluetooth on Ubuntu 22.04

Bluetooth, when properly configured on your machine, enables seamless use of peripherals like a mouse, keyboard, headset, or other compatible accessories. After installing the necessary packages and making adjustments, everything should function smoothly. However, you might encounter issues connecting your Bluetooth devices on Ubuntu 22.04. Follow these steps to troubleshoot and resolve problems: Step 1:

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Top 5 VPS Server Hosting Operating Systems

If you’ve ever wondered, “what are common operating systems used for VPS servers?”, you have come to the right place! We have compiled a list of the top 5 VPS server hosting operating systems, as observed by Rad Web Hosting staff, during the course of providing VPS hosting services since 2015. It should be noted

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How to Install GNOME’s New Camera App in Ubuntu 24.04/23.10

GNOME introduced new core camera app in the release of version 45, which however not adopted as default in Ubuntu 23.10 or Fedora 39. If you want to try it out, then here’s how to do the trick in Ubuntu 24.04 and/or Ubuntu 23.10, and workaround “No Camera Found” issue. The new camera app, aka

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