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Install SQLite on Debian 11 - Step by step guide ?

This article covers how to install the latest version of SQLite on Debian 11 Bullseye. In fact, SQLite is a C-language library that implements a small, fast, self-contained, high-reliability, full-featured, SQL database engine. 

How does sudo apt-get update work in Ubuntu / Debian Linux system ?

This article covers the sudo apt-get update command which is useful for all beginners and Linux users. In fact, To explore more about this command, run the apt-get update or apt update command on your Linux system. 

What does sudo apt-get upgrade command do?

  • The sudo apt-get update command is used to download package information from all configured sources.
  • The sources often defined in /etc/apt/sources.list file and other files located in /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ directory.
  • So when you run update command, it downloads the package information from the Internet. It is useful to get info on an updated version of packages or their dependencies.

How to Run sudo apt-get update command to update package index ?

Simply type apt-get command or apt command:

$ sudo apt update


$ sudo apt-get update

Install Gitlab on Rocky Linux 8 - Step by step guide ?

This article covers how to install GitLab on Rocky Linux 8. In fact, GitLab is a free git repository management tool that allows you to create and manage git repositories. It provides tools for everything an open-source developer would need. Also it integrates perfectly with other development tools like CodeShip, which makes deployments easy and fast.

Change The Startup Page On Google Chrome - Step by step guide ?

This article covers how you can customize Google Chrome to open any page for the homepage or startup page.

List Services on Ubuntu 20.04 - All about it ?

This article covers how to list all services by using the systemctl command on Ubuntu 20.04. In fact, systemctl is a command-line utility that is used for controlling systemd and managing services, which is part of systemd.

The syntax is the rule and format of how the systemctl command can be used.

These syntax options can be reordered, but a straight format must be followed:

systemctl [OPTIONS.] {COMMAND} 
  • COMMAND: Replace COMMAND.. with the name of the command service names.
  • -t –type=TYPE, –state=STATE: Use the -t or –type or –state=STATE to list units of a particular type of service state: Active, Inactive.
  • -a –all: Use the -a or –all to show all properties/all units currently in memory, including dead/empty ones. To list all units installed on the system, use the 'list-unit-files' command instead.
  • -r –recursive: Use the -r or –recursive to show unit list of host and local containers.
  • –help: Display a help message and exit.

Manage Google Chrome Extensions - How to go about it ?

This article covers how to manage google chrome extensions using the chrome settings. In fact, You can also install an Extension manager  to manage all extensions in your browser.

How to manage your Google Chrome browser extensions ?

1. On your computer, open Google Chrome browser.

2. At the top right, click , select More tools and then Extensions.

3. Here you can manage your extensions:

  • Remove: Deinstall / remove the extension.
  • Details: Get details about the extension.
  • Turn on/off: Turn the extension on or off.
  • Allow incognito: On the extension, click Details. Turn on Allow in incognito.
  • Fix corruptions: Find a corrupted extension and click Repair. Confirm by clicking Repair extension.
  • Allow site access: On the extension, click Details. Next to "Allow this extension to read and change all your data on websites you visit", change the extension's site access to On click, On specific sites, or On all sites.

4. You can also install the Chrome Extension Manager from the Chrome Web Store.

How to Uninstall an extension in Google Chrome browser ?

1. To the right of your address bar, look for the extension's icon. Right-click the icon and select Remove from Chrome.

2. If you don't see the extension's icon:

  • On your computer, open Chrome.
  • At the top right, click More More and then More tools and then Extensions.
  • On to the extension you want to remove, click Remove.
  • Confirm by clicking Remove.

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