How to use Linux mail command?

Linux provides a utility to manage our emails from the command line itself. The mail command is a Linux tool, that can be used to send emails via a command-line interface. In this tutorial, we will learn how to use this Linux command to send and receive mails from directly from the Terminal. Installing the Linux […]

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How to install .deb files on Ubuntu?

Ubuntu and it’s derivative Linux distributions usually have a very simple way of installing packages. Just look up the application name you want to install in the official Software Center and hit the big green install button. However, not every application is available in the official, or Universe repositories of Ubuntu, and hence several developers

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10 Ways to Exit Vim Editor

Let’s talk about the different ways to exit vim editor here. As you would know Vim is a Linux utility for editing text. The special aspect of only using the keyboard to edit makes it a unique editor. With this aspect comes a difficulty that you can not exit the editor by clicking on the

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How to use dmidecode Command in Linux?

If we are interested in finding out our computer’s hardware details, “dmidecode command” is the go-to Linux command. Hardware information ranges from BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) information to the sizes of the memory devices. When we run dmidecode on the terminal, the system retrieves the contents of the DMI (Desktop Management Interface) table, which has

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