How to install Java on Debian?

In this tutorial, we will learn how to install Java on Debian. But before we begin to install Java on Debian, let’s first learn about Java. Have you ever thought that how PC’s would picturise the images, videos, and audios, how did the computer add two numbers in earlier days? I am asking this because …

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How to install Tomcat on CentOS 7?

In this tutorial, we’ll have a look at how to install Tomcat on CentOS 7. But before going on further, are you clear with what is Apache Tomcat? Tomcat is an open-source web server and servlet container. You might have identified its developer’s name i.e. Apache Software Foundation is also known as ASF. Talking about …

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The Linux tr Command

The Linux tr command helps a user to delete a set of characters or translate them to another character set. This is especially useful when you know a set of characters have to be replaced but the file size is too large to manually make the changes. The Linux tr command’s list of functions includes …

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The gzip Command in Linux

Working with archives in Linux is easy. There are a few commands that take care of almost all the archive types for you. The gzip command in Linux is one such command. Without any arguments, the gzip command will automatically compress the files that you specify right after the command. How to Compress Files With …

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How to Use The Linux top Command

In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to use the Linux top command. Managing system resources is essential for a Linux system admin. You need to have control over processor tasks to use your hardware optimally. The Linux top command shows you the running processes on your system. It also helps you monitor how the system …

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