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Ubuntu

Ubuntu is a free desktop and server operating system based on Debian GNU/Linux. Note that this is for programming questions specific to Ubuntu and http://askubuntu.com is dedicated to answering general Ubuntu questions.
Dylan North

Dylan North

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Update Node.js to the Latest Version on Ubuntu

In this article, You will learn how to update Node.js to the latest version on Ubuntu. There are different ways to Update Node.js to the Latest Version on Ubuntu. But in this article, we will use npm(Node Package Manager) the update Node.js to the latest version.

Clear the NPM Cache

sudo npm cache clean -f

Install Node Version Manager

sudo npm install -g n

Install the stable version of Node.js

sudo n stable

Install the latest version of Node.js

sudo n latest

Hope this article will help you to Update Node.js to the Latest Version on Ubuntu.

#nodejs #ubuntu 

Update Node.js to the Latest Version on Ubuntu
Desmond  Gerber

Desmond Gerber

1668776580

How to Install Rust on Ubuntu 22.04

“Are you looking for how to install Rust on Ubuntu 22.04? Rust is an open-source programming language that offers memory safety, speed, and parallelism. Rust offers a better approach to creating various applications, including operating systems, game engines, browser components, file systems, etc.

Today’s guide presents a comprehensive tutorial on installing Rust on Ubuntu 22.04 and creating your first Rust program.”

Step-by-Step Installation of Rust on Ubuntu 22.04

If you’ve not tried Rust on Ubuntu, we will see the steps for importing and installing Rust on Ubuntu 22.04 and offer an introduction to interacting with its terminal to create a simple Rust program. Let’s check out the required steps.

1. Update Your System

Before we get to the installation of Rust, first update your Ubuntu system to get the latest version of packages and eliminate dependency issues by running the command below.

$ sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade

2. Install Rust Dependencies

For a successful installation of Rust, various packages should be installed on your system. So, use the command below to install all the needed dependencies.

$ sudo apt install -y curl gcc make build-essential

3. Download and Install Rust

Once you have the required dependencies installed, we must download the Rust installation scripts using curl. Note that we are using the rustup shell script, which is the recommended way of installing Rust on Ubuntu. Use the below command to download and start the Rust installer.

$ curl https://sh.rustup.rs -sSf | sh

You will be prompted to select the installation type for Rust during the installation. I recommend using the default option unless you understand the rustup installer.

So, enter 1 to select the default option and press the Enter key to continue the installation.

Wait for the installation to complete; the duration depends on your server’s internet speed. Once the installation completes, you will be notified that Rust is installed, as in the image below.

At this point, you must now configure your current shell for the Rust environment. The below commands will activate the environment.

$ source ~/.profile

$ source ~/.cargo/env

4. Verify Rust Installation

Once you’ve activated the environment for Rust, confirm that the installation was a success by checking its version using the below command.

$ rustc -V

We can confirm that we have Rust installed, and for our case, the installed version is 1.64.0

5. Creating a Simple Rust Program

So far, we’ve installed Rust and verified its installation. However, we can still create a simple Rust program to test the installation. The first thing to do when working with Rust is to create a workspace for your project.

Therefore, let’s create a directory using the below command. You can create your workspace in any location on your system.

$ mkdir ~/rust-demo

Next, navigate the created directory and use an editor to create a Rust file. In this case, we are using nano editor, and our file is linuxhint.rs

$ cd rust-demo && nano linuxhint.rs

With your Rust file opened, let’s create a simple hello world Rust program, as shown in the image below.

Save the file by pressing ctrl + 0 and exit by pressing ctrl + x.

The next thing is to compile the Rust file using the rustc command.

$ rustc linuxhint.rs

Once compiled, create your executable file and execute it, as in the case below.

$ ./linuxhint

Bingo! You’ve created your first Rust program on Ubuntu 22.04

With Rust up and running on your Ubuntu 22.04, proceed to create other Rust projects for your activities. Note that if you wanted to remove Rust from your Ubuntu 22.04, the below command would work for your case.

$ rustup self uninstall

Conclusion

Rust offers a faster and more lightweight option for building applications. We’ve seen the steps to follow to install Rust on Ubuntu 22.04 and create a simple Rust program. Thanks to this guide, you can now work on Rust projects on your Ubuntu 22.04.

Original article source at: https://linuxhint.com/

#ubuntu #linux #rust 

How to Install Rust on Ubuntu 22.04
Gordon  Matlala

Gordon Matlala

1668749280

How to Install Darktable on Ubuntu 22.04

Photographers know the worth of Darktable. It is an open-source and free photography application that acts as a virtual lighttable for photographers while offering a darkroom to manage the negatives in a database. With Darktable, photographers can develop raw images and enhance them using its zoomable lighttable before exporting them to local or remote storage.

Ideally, Darktable is a tool for photographers to edit and manage raw files. With the release of Darktable 4.0.0, knowing how to install this new version on your Ubuntu 22.04 is an added advantage. This guide covers all details about installing Darktable on Ubuntu 22.04.”

Darktable 4.0.0 New Features

The recently released Darktable has new features that everyone is looking to try. You can check its official site for more details about the new features. Nonetheless, below are the feature you will enjoy using the new version.

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  1. Filmic v6 – Darktable has offered a new color science by enhancing the saturated colors to create a color balance for RGB to the output.
  2. Exposure and Color mapping – the feature lets photographers define a target color and save it to match source objects against arbitrary target colors. The feature helps achieve uniform color rendition.
  3. Uniform Color Space – the feature enhances the color balance in RGB by achieving better saturation control.

The above are a few new features that come with Darktable 4.0.0. Check out the release details on its website to learn about more features.

Installing Darktable on Ubuntu 22.04

To get started with Darktable, you must first learn how to install it. You have two installation options. You can directly install Darktable from the snap store or add its PPA and then install it using the apt command. Let’s take a look at both options.

Option 1: Installing Darktable Directly

Snap store allows installing various applications, even those not supported by the package manager. In this case, Darktable has no PPA, meaning you can’t install it using the apt command. Instead, you can use the snap command to install from the snap store.

Install Darktable from the snap store, as shown in the below command.

$ sudo snap install darktable

Verify that Darktable is installed by checking its version. It should return an output similar to the one below.

If you ever need to uninstall Darktable, use the below command.

$ sudo snap remove darktable

Option 2: Adding Darktable PPA

Start by running the below command to add the Darktable PPA.

$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntuhandbook1/darktable

Once added, update the apt database to account for the newly added PPA.

$ sudo apt-get update

Use the apt command to install Darktable on your system.

$ sudo apt-get install darktable

Darktable is now available in your applications; you can search for it to open it. If the installation was successful, you should have the Darktable application open to start using it.

When you need to uninstall Darktable in the future, remove the PPA, then uninstall the package using the commands below.

$ sudo add-apt-repository --remove ppa:ubuntuhandbook1/darktable
$ sudo apt-get autoremove -y darktable

That’s it. You now have the steps for installing and uninstalling Darktable on Ubuntu 22.04. Implement the steps on your end to install the application and start using it for your photography needs.

Conclusion

Darktable is a helpful photography tool. We’ve seen the two options for installing it on Ubuntu using the snap store or by adding its PPA. Use the method that works best for you, and either way, you will manage to install Darkatable on Ubuntu 22.04.

Original article source at: https://linuxhint.com/

#ubuntu #linux #install 

How to Install Darktable on Ubuntu 22.04
Nellie  Kemmer

Nellie Kemmer

1668654331

Step By Step Guide to install Node.js on Ubuntu

In this Ubuntu tutorial, we learn how to install Node.js on Ubuntu step by step. Node.js recommends installing node using apt-get on Ubuntu.

Node.js recommends installing node using apt-get on Ubuntu. We disagree. Installing using nvm is better, as shown below.

curl -o- https://raw.githubusercontent.com/nvm-sh/nvm/v0.35.3/install.sh | bash
nvm install v14.12.0

However, if nvm doesn't work for some reason, there's a simpler alternative. Node.js is a standalone executable, so all you need to do is download the Node.js tarball, extract it, and symlink node, npm, and npx using the ln command. You should be able to do this on a plain Ubuntu machine with zero external dependencies.

curl -Ol https://nodejs.org/dist/v14.12.0/node-v14.12.0-linux-x64.tar.gz
tar -zxvf ./node-v14.12.0-linux-x64.tar.gz
sudo ln -s `pwd`/node-v14.12.0-linux-x64/bin/node /usr/bin/node
sudo ln -s `pwd`/node-v14.12.0-linux-x64/bin/npm /usr/bin/npm
sudo ln -s `pwd`/node-v14.12.0-linux-x64/bin/npx /usr/bin/npx

Our Recommendations

We typically use the symlink approach for local development and production applications. The major downside to the symlink approach is that you need a little extra work to support installing modules globally with -g, but you shouldn't be doing that anyway.

However, using nvm is more convenient because you don't need to copy/paste the download URL every time, so we recommend using nvm if you're installing new Node versions regularly or if you aren't comfortable using symlinks.


Original article source at: https://masteringjs.io

#ubuntu #nodejs 

Step By Step Guide to install Node.js on Ubuntu
Nat  Grady

Nat Grady

1668569007

How to Install Rust on Ubuntu 22.04

“Are you looking for how to install Rust on Ubuntu 22.04? Rust is an open-source programming language that offers memory safety, speed, and parallelism. Rust offers a better approach to creating various applications, including operating systems, game engines, browser components, file systems, etc.

Today’s guide presents a comprehensive tutorial on installing Rust on Ubuntu 22.04 and creating your first Rust program.”

Step-by-Step Installation of Rust on Ubuntu 22.04

If you’ve not tried Rust on Ubuntu, we will see the steps for importing and installing Rust on Ubuntu 22.04 and offer an introduction to interacting with its terminal to create a simple Rust program. Let’s check out the required steps.

1. Update Your System

Before we get to the installation of Rust, first update your Ubuntu system to get the latest version of packages and eliminate dependency issues by running the command below.

$ sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade

2. Install Rust Dependencies

For a successful installation of Rust, various packages should be installed on your system. So, use the command below to install all the needed dependencies.

$ sudo apt install -y curl gcc make build-essential

3. Download and Install Rust

Once you have the required dependencies installed, we must download the Rust installation scripts using curl. Note that we are using the rustup shell script, which is the recommended way of installing Rust on Ubuntu. Use the below command to download and start the Rust installer.

$ curl https://sh.rustup.rs -sSf | sh

You will be prompted to select the installation type for Rust during the installation. I recommend using the default option unless you understand the rustup installer.

So, enter 1 to select the default option and press the Enter key to continue the installation.

Wait for the installation to complete; the duration depends on your server’s internet speed. Once the installation completes, you will be notified that Rust is installed, as in the image below.

At this point, you must now configure your current shell for the Rust environment. The below commands will activate the environment.

$ source ~/.profile

$ source ~/.cargo/env

4. Verify Rust Installation

Once you’ve activated the environment for Rust, confirm that the installation was a success by checking its version using the below command.

$ rustc -V

We can confirm that we have Rust installed, and for our case, the installed version is 1.64.0

5. Creating a Simple Rust Program

So far, we’ve installed Rust and verified its installation. However, we can still create a simple Rust program to test the installation. The first thing to do when working with Rust is to create a workspace for your project.

Therefore, let’s create a directory using the below command. You can create your workspace in any location on your system.

$ mkdir ~/rust-demo

Next, navigate the created directory and use an editor to create a Rust file. In this case, we are using nano editor, and our file is linuxhint.rs

$ cd rust-demo && nano linuxhint.rs

With your Rust file opened, let’s create a simple hello world Rust program, as shown in the image below.

Save the file by pressing ctrl + 0 and exit by pressing ctrl + x.

The next thing is to compile the Rust file using the rustc command.

$ rustc linuxhint.rs

Once compiled, create your executable file and execute it, as in the case below.

$ ./linuxhint

Bingo! You’ve created your first Rust program on Ubuntu 22.04

With Rust up and running on your Ubuntu 22.04, proceed to create other Rust projects for your activities. Note that if you wanted to remove Rust from your Ubuntu 22.04, the below command would work for your case.

$ rustup self uninstall

Conclusion

Rust offers a faster and more lightweight option for building applications. We’ve seen the steps to follow to install Rust on Ubuntu 22.04 and create a simple Rust program. Thanks to this guide, you can now work on Rust projects on your Ubuntu 22.04.

Original article source at: https://linuxhint.com/

#rust #ubuntu 

How to Install Rust on Ubuntu 22.04

Deploy MERN ECommerce On Ubuntu Using Hostinger VPS

In this tutorial, you'll learn how to deploy MERN (MongoDB, Express, React, and NodeJS) E-Commerce on Ubuntu using Hostinger VPS

TABLE OF CONTENT
00:00 Introduction
00:01:44 Buy VPS Server
00:03:05 Configure VPS Server
00:06:26 Buy Domain
00:09:23 Deploy Website
00:22:42 Clone Amazona Repo

👉 View Demo  : https://mern-ecommerce-app.com/ 
👉 Source Code: https://github.com/basir/mern-amazona 

#mern #mongodb #express #node #react #ubuntu 

Deploy MERN ECommerce On Ubuntu Using Hostinger VPS
Dylan North

Dylan North

1667287329

Install and Configure Git on Ubuntu

Git is a DevOps tool used for source code management. It is a free and open-source version control system used to handle small to very large projects efficiently. Git is used to tracking changes in the source code, enabling multiple developers to work together on non-linear development. Linus Torvalds created Git in 2005 for the development of the Linux kernel.

In this tutorial, we will learn how to install and configure git on ubuntu 22.04 linux. To install and configure git on linux ubuntu 22.04 we follow these steps

  • Step 1 : Update Dependencies
  • Step 2 : Install Git
  • Step 3 : Configure Git
  • Step 4 : Confirm the Changes

Step 1 : Update Dependencies

Execute the following command on the command prompt to update the latest dependencies:

$ sudo apt update

Step 2 : Install Git

Execute the following command on the command prompt to install git into linux ubuntu 22.04 system:

$ sudo apt install git

Step 3 : Configure Git

Execute the following command with username and email into the command prompt to configure the Git in Ubuntu 22.04 by assigning it a user name and email:

$ git config --global user.name "Codequs"
$ git config --global user.email "black@codequs.com"

Step 4 : Confirm the Changes

Finally, execute the last command on command prompt to list global git settings to confirm your git configuration:

$ git config --list

This tutorial, we have installed Git using the apt package manager and configured Git’s commit username and email in Ubuntu 22.04.

#ubuntu #linux 

Dylan North

Dylan North

1667286692

Get Public IP from Terminal on Linux Ubuntu

A public address means it can be reached through the Internet. On a shared network, attached devices may have their own private IP addresses, but when connecting through an Internet connection, they are converted to the public IP address assigned to the router.

In his tutorial, we will learn how to get public ip from terminal or command line on linux ubuntu 22.04. To get public ip from terminal or command line on linux ubuntu 22.04 we use the following 4 ways

  • 1 : Use Dig command to get public IP address
  • 2 : Use host command to get public IP address
  • 3 : Use wget command to get IP address
  • 4 : Use curl command to get IP address

1 : Use Dig command to get public IP address

Execute the following dig command on the command line to get public IP address on the terminal; is as follows:

$ dig +short myip.opendns.com @resolver1.opendns.com

2 : Use host command to get public IP address

Execute the following command with host on the command line to get public IP address on the terminal; is as follows:

$ host myip.opendns.com resolver1.opendns.com

3 : Use wget command to get IP address

Execute the following command on the command line to get public IP address on the terminal using wget command; is as follows:

$ wget -qO- http://ipecho.net/plain | xargs echo

4 : Use curl command to get IP address

Execute the following command on the command line to install curl ; is as follows:

$ sudo apt install curl

Once curl is installed, execute the following command with ifconfig.co to get a public IP address:

$ curl ifconfig.co

Also we can use the curl command with ifconfig.me and it will give the public IP address on the terminal:

$ curl ifconfig.me && echo

Or we can use the following curl command with icanhazip service to get public IP on your Ubuntu 22.04 terminal:

$ curl icanhazip.com && echo

This tutorial, we have learned how to get public ip from command line linux ubuntu 22.04.

#ubuntu #linux 

Dylan North

Dylan North

1667286115

Install Vivaldi Browser on Ubuntu 22.04

Vivaldi is a free, highly customizable web browser first released on April 6, 2016. It is developed by Vivaldi Technologies, a company co-founded by Jon Stephenson, a co-founder and former CEO of Opera Software. He launched Vivaldi in response to community displeasure with changes to the Opera web browser. With Vivaldi, he wanted to create a browser that recaptures the minimalism and customizability of the original Opera.

In this tutorial, we will learn how to install and use vivaldi browser on linux ubuntu 22.04 system. To install Vivaldi Browser on Ubuntu 22.04 we follow these steps

  • Step 1 : Add the GPG Key
  • Step 2 : Add Vivaldi repository on Ubuntu 22.04
  • Step 3 : Update System Dependencies
  • Step 4 : Install Vivaldi on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS
  • Step 5 : Launch the browser

Step 1 : Add the GPG Key

Open terminal and execute the following command on command prompt to add GPG key to sign the packages of vivaldi:

sudo apt install wget gnupg2 ubuntu-keyring

Integrate the GPG key:

wget -O- https://repo.vivaldi.com/archive/linux_signing_key.pub | sudo gpg --dearmor | sudo tee /usr/share/keyrings/vivaldi.gpg

Step 2 : Add Vivaldi repository on Ubuntu 22.04

Well, unlike the popular FireFox browser, we cannot install Vivaldi using the system repository of Ubuntu 22.04. Hence, we are left with two options, one is either download the Debian binary of the browser and install it or add the repository for the same, manually:

echo deb [arch=amd64 signed-by=/usr/share/keyrings/vivaldi.gpg] https://repo.vivaldi.com/archive/deb/ stable main | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/vivaldi.list

Step 3 : Update System Dependencies

Execute the following command on command prompt to update system dependencies:

sudo apt update

Step 4 : Install Vivaldi on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

Execute the following command on command prompt to install latest stable version of the Vivaldi browser on our Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Jammy Linux system:

sudo apt install vivaldi-stable

Those who are looking for a developer version to test the latest features before their release to the public can go for the Snapshot version of the browser using the given command:

sudo apt install vivaldi-snapshot

Step 5 : Launch the browser

Once the installation is completed, running the browse is pretty simple. We can either use the command terminal or the GUI interface of our Ubuntu 22.04 to run it.

For Terminal:

vivaldi &

Using GUI Application launcher

You will also have the Application launcher shortcut for the browser. To use that, click on the “Show Applications” button given on the left side Dock on your Desktop and then search for the Vivaldi. As its icon appears, click to run the same.

This tutorial, we will have learned how to install and use vivaldi browser in linux ubuntu 22.04 system.

#ubuntu #linux 

Harsha  Shirali

Harsha Shirali

1667285540

Enable SSH on Ubuntu 22.04

SSH, also known as Secure Shell or Secure Socket Shell, is a network protocol that gives users, particularly system administrators, a secure way to access a computer over an unsecured network.

In this tutorial, we will learn how to enable ssh and use ssh on ubuntu 22.04 using command line or terminal. To enable ssh and use ssh on ubuntu 22.04 by command line or terminal we follow these steps. 

  • Step 1 : Update Dependencies
  • Step 2 : Install Openssh
  • Step 3 : Check Status of SSH
  • Step 4 : Allow Connection
  • Step 5 : Connect to SSH Server

Step 1 : Update Dependencies

Execute the following command on the command prompt to update dependencies:

sudo apt update 

Step 2 : Install Openssh

Execute the following commands to install the OpenSSH server on system:

sudo apt install openssh-server 

Step 3 : Check Status of SSH

Once the packages installation has been finished, execute the following command on command prompt to check SSH service status:

sudo systemctl status ssh 

Step 4 : Allow Connection

Execute the following command on command prompt to allow SSH for remote users; is as follows:

sudo ufw allow ssh
sudo ufw enable && sudo ufw reload

Step 5 : Connect to SSH Server

Execute the following command with username and ip addres to connect ssh server:

ssh user_name@remote_host 

This tutorial, we have learned how to install, connect and enable ssh on ubuntu 22.04 system.

#ubuntu #linux 

Harsha  Shirali

Harsha Shirali

1667284849

Uninstall Xampp From Ubuntu using Command Line or Terminal

In this tutorial, we will learn some easy way to uninstall xampp from linux ubuntu using command line or terminal. To uninstall xampp from linux ubuntu by command line or terminal we follow the following solutions.

  • Solution 1 : Using /opt/lampp/uninstall
  • Solution 2 : -i cd /opt/lampp ./uninstall
  • Solution 3 : rm -r /opt/lampp

Solution 1 : Using /opt/lampp/uninstall

First of all, open terminal or command line and execute the following command on command line to uninstall xampp from linux ubuntu system:

sudo /opt/lampp/uninstall

Solution 2 : -i cd /opt/lampp ./uninstall

If there is a problem with the first solution or does not uninstall xampp from ubuntu. So we can uninstall xampp by executing this command on the command line:

sudo -i cd /opt/lampp ./uninstall

Solution 3 : rm -r /opt/lampp

In this third solution, we can also remove xampp from ubuntu with the command given below:

sudo rm -r /opt/lampp

This tutorial, we have learn some easy way to uninstall xampp from linux ubuntu using command line or terminal.

#ubuntu #linux 

Fix the No Sound Issue in Linux Ubuntu Desktop

In this tutorial, we will fix the no sound issue in Linux ubuntu desktop. To fix “No sound” in Ubuntu Desktop we follow these steps

  • Step 1 : Update System Packages
  • Step 2 : Install Pulse and Alsa Audio Drivers
  • Step 3 : Reload the Alsa Driver
  • Step 4 : Reboot System

Step 1 : Update System Packages

First of all, open the terminal or command line and execute the following command on the command line to update system packages:

sudo apt-get update

Step 2 : Install Pulse and Alsa Audio Drivers

Then execute the following command on the command line or terminal to install pulse and alsa audio drivers into linux ubuntu system:

sudo apt-get -y install alsa-base pulseaudio

Step 3 : Reload the Alsa Driver

Then execute the following command on the command line to reload the alsa driver:

sudo alsa force-reload

Step 4 : Reboot System

If the reload doesn’t fix the issue, use the following reboot command on the command line:

sudo reboot

This tutorial, we have fixed the no sound  issue in Linux ubuntu desktop.

#ubuntu #linux 

Uninstall Google Chrome in Ubuntu using Terminal

In this tutorial, we will learn how to uninstall google chrome from linux ubuntu 18.04/20.04/22.04 using terminal or command line. To remove google chrome from linux ubuntu 18.04 / 20.04 / 22.04 by terminal or line command.

  • Step 1 : Open Terminal
  • Step 2 : Update System Packages
  • Step 3 : Uninstall Google Chrome From Ubuntu

Step 1 : Open Terminal

First of all, open terminal or command line by pressing Ctrl + Alt + T key from keyboard.

Step 2 : Update System Packages

Once the command line is open, then execute the following command on command line to update system packages:

sudo apt update

Step 3 : Uninstall Google Chrome From Ubuntu

Then execute the following command on terminal or command line to remove or uninstall google chrome from Linux ubuntu system:

sudo apt-get remove google-chrome-stable

Also, we can use the following commands to remove or uninstall google chrome from Linux ubuntu system:

sudo apt-get purge google-chrome-stable

we have learned how to uninstall or remove google chrome from linux ubuntu 18.04/20.04/22.04 using terminal or command line.

#ubuntu #linux 

Fix No Wifi Adapter Found in Linux Ubuntu

In this tutorial, we will learn how to resolve or fix no wifi adapter found in linux ubuntu system using command line or terminal.  To solve or fix wifi adapter not found in ubuntu linux system by command line or terminal, we follow these steps.

  • Step 1 : Open Terminal
  • Step 2 : Remove Existing Broadcom Drivers
  • Step 3 : Install Broadcom Wireless Drivers
  • Step 4 : Restart System

Step 1 : Open Terminal

First of all, open the terminal or command line by pressing Ctrl + Alt + T.

Step 2 : Remove Existing Broadcom Drivers

Then execute the following command on the command line to remove existing Broadcom drivers from linux ubuntu system:

sudo apt remove broadcom-sta-dkms bcmwl-kernel-source 

Step 3 : Install Broadcom Wireless Drivers

Once the existing Broadcom drivers has been removed, then execute the following command on command line to install Broadcom wireless drivers in Linux ubuntu system:

sudo apt install firmware-b43-installer

Step 4 : Restart System

Finally restart linux ubuntu system.

Once the above-given steps are complete, we will notice that the Wi-Fi adapter is now working properly, and the “No Wi-Fi adapter found” issue is fixed successfully.


It's a simple and easy way to fix or solve wifi adapter problems.

#linux #ubuntu 
 

Kevin  Simon

Kevin Simon

1667274344

Install the Telegram Desktop App in Linux Ubuntu Termina

Telegram is a hugely popular messaging client, especially for those interested in privacy. It’s easy to use and widely available for all platforms – Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, and iOS all have access to this platform, making it ideal for diverse teams of people. There are a few ways to get Telegram installed on your Linux desktop.

In this tutorial, we will learn how to install and use telegram desktop app in linux ubuntu system using terminal. To install and use telegram desktop application in linux ubuntu system using terminal we follow these two steps

  • Step 1 : Update System Dependencies
  • Step 2 : Install Telegram on Ubuntu

Step 1 : Update System Dependencies

Execute the following command on command prompt to update or upgrade linux ubuntu system dependencies:

sudo apt update

sudo apt upgrade

Step 2 : Install Telegram on Ubuntu

Execute the following command on command prompt to install telegram desktop messenger app in linux ubuntu system:

sudo apt install telegram-desktop

After that, wait few minutes.

Then, Enter “y” to permit the process to complete the Telegram installation on system.

#linux  #ubuntu #telegram