Learn how you can delete a user on the Ubuntu operating system. As a Linux-based multi-user OS knowing how to manage users is essential. You will see how you can use the deluser command in the terminal or the Ubuntu desktop interface to remove a user.
In this guide, we will be teaching you how to add a user to the Ubuntu operating system. It is essential to learn how to add a new user when dealing with a multi-user OS like Ubuntu. Users can have different permissions allowing you to control their access.
Learn how you can easily change a user’s password on the Ubuntu operating system using either the terminal or desktop interfaces. Changing a password is a potentially crucial task for managing your Ubuntu machine, especially when dealing with multiple users.
In this guide, you will be learning how straightforward it is to change the hostname on your Ubuntu operating system using the hostnamectl tool. The hostname is a label that a computer broadcasts to the rest of the network. It can be used to identify the device.
In this guide, we will be teaching you the process of setting a static IP address on your Ubuntu 20.04 machine using Netplan and the desktop GUI. Netplan is the default networking tool used in modern versions of IP and can easily request a static IP.
With this guide, we will teach you how easy it is to install the Zoom client to your Ubuntu machine. Zoom is a popular conferencing software that allows you to host conferences and connect to them easily. It is used in various places, from schools to businesses.
This guide will show you how to install the official NVIDIA driver to your Ubuntu device using some easy, straightforward steps. The proprietary video drivers offer better performance and compatibility when compared to the open-source ones Ubuntu ships with.
In this guide, you will learn how to enable support for the SSH protocol on your Ubuntu machine. SSH is a robust and secure protocol for remotely connecting to devices over a network. To achieve this, we will install the OpenSSH server in a couple of straightforward steps.
In this guide we will be showing you the straightforward steps to disabling support for the IPv6 protocol on your Ubuntu device. Disabling IPv6 is helpful in scenarios where you are having connection issues due to a service that has been badly configured for the protocol.
In this guide, you will learn the various ways that you can check your Ubuntu version using both the command-line and desktop interfaces. Finding out what release you are using is helpful for knowing what software is compatible with your operating system.
In this guide you will learn how to set up a static IP address on the Ubuntu 18.04 operating system. Using a static IP allows your device to have a consistent point you can connect to. When your connect to a router you can make a request for a specific IP from its pool.
In this guide, you will learn how to install Ubuntu to a VirtualBox virtual machine. VirtualBox is a virtualization software for x86 based operating systems such as Linux. Following this guide, you will be able to install Ubuntu on top of your existing OS.
Using chmod 777 is something that should always be avoided. Follow our guide to find out why and learn more about Linux permissions. This guide will also offer some alternatives you should try using instead of settings your permissions to 777 using chmod.
In this guide, you will be learning how to use NTP on your Linux device by using Chrony. Chrony is a newer take on the NTP that is designed to make synchronizing time more reliable even in areas where a network connection is intermittent.
In this guide, you will be learning how you can use the timedatectl command to control your Linux-based operating system’s time, date, and timezone. You can also use timedatectl to turn on automatic time synchronization using NTP.
In this guide, we will be showing you how to install and configure the unattended-upgrades package on your Debian or Ubuntu-based device. This package will allow you to automatically upgrade the packages on your system without having to run an upgrade manually.
In this Linux guide, you will be learning how to configure your firewall rules using UFW. UFW stands for uncomplicated firewall and makes the process of protecting your devices straightforward with easy to use commands and syntax.
In this guide, we will be showing you how to use nano on your Linux system. nano is by far one of the most straightforward and versatile text editors you can use on Linux. It is the perfect choice for beginners to command-line text editors.
Learn how to create new users on a Linux/Unix operating system by using the useradd command. It is a powerful command that allows you to configure the users you create. You can set account expiries, set the groups, and create home directories.
Learn how to use the hostname command on Linux and Unix based operating systems. The hostname command can be used to display and set the hostname of the system as well as display its assigned IP addresses and fully qualified domain names.