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This article covers how you can either use the direct download or the snap method to install Eclipse IDE on your Ubuntu system. Eclipse is a really powerful IDE that supports many programming languages. It provides numerous plugins and extensions for enhancing the functionality of your Eclipse such as source code version control (git, svn), class diagram generator, GUI builder.
How to install JRE (Java Runtime Environment) on your Ubuntu machine ?
In order to install JRE (Java Runtime Environment) on your Ubuntu machine, run the commands:
$ sudo apt update
$ sudo apt install openjdk-14-jre
To verify that Java was successfully installed, let's run:
$ java --version
This article covers how to use the chpasswd command in Linux.
This article covers the Installation process of Bluefish editor on Linux Mint. You can now use it for web development in a variety of different programming languages.
This article covers how to easily install TeamViewer on AlmaLinux 8. With TeamViewer you can control computer systems running Linux, Windows and Mac OS remotely as if you were sitting right in front of that system. It also provides a spontaneous support to unattended computers such as servers.
This article covers to install and configuren Graylog in ubuntu. With this, you can work with the log using the Graylog server. Graylog is an open-source tool that offers an integrated platform for collecting, indexing, and analyzing log data. The system essentially consists of the Graylog web interface, the Graylog servers, the Elasticsearch nodes, and a Mongo database.
How to Access Graylog Web interface ?
Open a browser on your local system or remote that can access the Ubuntu 20.04 server Ip-address. And type the http://your-server-ipaddress:9000
Replace your-server-ip-address with the actual IP address of your Server where Graylog has been installed.
This article covers how to use the df command in Linux. You can use the df command when you need to know how much space is available on a particular file system or to see an overview of mounted files systems.
If you want to display all the file system, use -a option:
Options for df command includes: