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41 Stories To Learn About Ubuntu

by Learn RepoJune 12th, 2023
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Learn everything you need to know about Ubuntu via these 41 free HackerNoon stories.
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Let's learn about Ubuntu via these 41 free stories. They are ordered by most time reading created on HackerNoon. Visit the /Learn Repo to find the most read stories about any technology.

1. How to Have Multiple Versions of PHP on Ubuntu

Learn how to install multiple versions of PHP on Ubuntu the native way (without using Docker, Vagrant, etc.).

2. Why More Developers Should Use Linux

Linux, best OS for developers. Linux, Windows, Ubuntu, macOS, Powerful yet resource-friendly, free, open-source, Command-Line, distro and desktop environment

3. How to Install Ubuntu on M1 Macbooks Using UTM

UTM is an amazing software that allows us to virtualise and emulate different OS's such as, different flavours of Linux, Windows, older version of mac OS etc on

4. Embedded System Cross-Development With Ubuntu Core

There are fundamental differences between developing general-purpose software applications and making software for embedded systems. Embedded systems software generally runs on resource-constrained hardware, in contrast to general-purpose server or client applications that run on more capable hardware.

5. 3 Ubuntu Alternatives for better User Experience

Are you bored of using Ubuntu too? Check out these awesome alternatives to change your taste.

6. How to Hack Someone's Phone Remotely

There are many Hackers in this world who may be currently watching your activities daily and will try to snatch your personal information from you.

7. Ubuntu Hacks for Higher Productivity

A few great tools to improve your productivity on Ubuntu desktop.

8. Set Up Your Own Heroku-like Cloud (PAAS) in 10 Minutes: A Quick Start Guide

When building projects one of the annoying parts is setting up stuff like web servers, relational databases, and caching. Here's my solution to all that.

9. How to Do Speech Recognition in Python

In my free time, I am attempting to build my own smart home devices. One feature they will need is speech recognition. While I am not certain yet as to how exactly I want to implement that feature, I thought it would be interesting to dive in and explore different options. The first I wanted to try was the SpeechRecognition library.

10. Hide the Exported ENV Variables From the History

Hi, happy to join your community. This is my first post, so I start from the simple one, but useful. Maybe you don't know about it yet.

11. How to Set Up an NGINX Ingress Controller on PMKFT

The vast majority of Kubernetes clusters are used to host containers that process incoming requests from microservices to full web applications. Having these incoming requests come into a central location, then get handed out via services in Kubernetes, is the most secure way to configure a cluster. That central incoming point is an ingress controller.

12. You Should Use Alpine Linux Instead of Ubuntu

Alpine linux is a linux distribution primarily made for the deploying application on linux distribution and is a rising competitor for the Ubuntu. Alpine Linux is designed for security, simplicity and resource effectivity. It is designed to run directly from RAM.

13. Can Windows Subsystem for Linux Be a Replacement for Dual-Boot

Are you one of that guy who just loves the three finger swipe in Windows and almost always ends up using windows for basic web surfing and media consumption? You have tried so hard to install touchegg which promised you the three finger gesture but still failed up anyway. These and many other small reasons have been one of the many reasons that I have been using a dual booted system (Windows & Ubuntu) for the past few years.

[14. Installing Ruby on Rails 6 on Ubuntu

[A How-To Guide]](https://hackernoon.com/installing-ruby-on-rails-6-on-ubuntu-a-how-to-guide-r8b732vn) Installing Rails 6 on Ubuntu can be tricky. In 5 easy steps, I’ll show you how to do it. I’m currently a web development student at microverse. As part of the microverse curriculum, we’re expected to solve some Rails exercises from The Odin Project.

15. How Create a GUI for Remote Servers with i3 Window Manager

This article is about providing management via a UI by installing a window manager or desktop environment for servers.

16. How To Use wget in Linux

10 wget command

17. How Microsoft Tipped My Linux Love Over the 'Edge'

What a difference one browser made.

18. Understanding Sudo and Root in Linux

To get a good understanding of the sudo and root access, get started with using Linux.

19. Virtualization and Emulation on MacOS

Want to run Windows, Linux, or any another operating system on your Mac? Here are your options!

20. How to Setup Ubuntu 20.04 LTS on a Vagrant Virtual Box

This article will teach you how to set up Ubuntu 20.04 LTS on a Vagrant virtual box. It will also show how to configure the Virtual box to suit your preferences

21. Linux Desktops and Hardware Enablement - It’s Time for a Change

If you told me twenty years ago that Nvidia GPU's would still be a pain in the you-know-what to get working in Linux to this very day, I wouldn't believe you.

22. How to Install and run Swift on a Linux Machine

How to install and run Swift on Linux

23. Why Linux? A Linux OS Overview

An overview of the Linux distro

24. How to Set Up a Windows IPv4 Client With an Ubuntu WireGuard Server

Step-by-step tutorial to correctly configure a Windows client to work with an Ubuntu WireGuard VPN server.

25. The Shell and the Terminal: What's the Difference?

How to know the difference in shell and terminal

26. Seven Invaluable Lessons Linux Taught Me

Oh boy, this is going to be interesting. A freelance writer with a law degree writes about Linux. Just when you thought you have seen and read it all.

27. Sending Files from a Remote Ubuntu Machine to Your Local Machine with SSH

This write-up is aimed at explaining how to transfer files between your remote system and your local machine, using ssh.

28. Como instalar VS Code en Ubuntu 18.04.1 LTS

Dentro de nuestra travesia para aprender a desarrollar aplicaciones descentralizadas para Hyperledger blockchain encontraremos un IDE recomendado; VS Code.

29. How to Set up Raspberry Pi Headless with Ubuntu 21.04 in 9 Easy Steps

9 easy steps to set up a raspberry pi with a Ubuntu Server 21.04 without using a screen.

30. How to set up a Private Ethereum Blockchain (Proof of Authority) with Go Ethereum - Part 1

This article will explain how to set up a Private Ethereum Blockchain using Go Ethereum (Geth) - the official Go implementation of the Ethereum protocol.

31. How to Install and Configure Postfix as a Send-only SMTP Server in Ubuntu 18.04

Postfix is ​​a mail transfer agent (MTA), an application used to send and receive emails. It can be configured so that it can only be used to send emails

32. Will Ubuntu 20.04 Steal Windows Users

t’s that time of year again, Ubuntu 20.04 is now available. Will this be the release that steals away more Windows users?

33. Using tmux to Improve Your Terminal Experience

Learn how to be more productive and switch faster between windows and projects with Zsh, Tmux and Dracula Theme.

34. IMAP Email Server on AWS

Set Up an IMAP Postfix E-Mail Server with Dovecot on AWS.

35. Learn Linux Command by Playing Bandit Wargame [Level 12 → Level 13]

36. How To Setup Docker Using Ansible on Ubuntu 18.04 [Part 2]

In the last guide, you learned how to set up, install, and configure Ansible on Ubuntu 18.04. Now, you will use the Ansible to install and set Docker on a remote machine. To begin this guide, you need the following:

37. How To Set Up The Environment for RISCV-64 Linux Kernel Development In Ubuntu 20.04

In this article, you'll learn how to build the latest Linux Kernel for RISC-V 64 architecture and deploy it with minimal environment: busybox command-line.

38. Docker Centralized Logging with ELK Stack [EXPLAINED]

As your infrastructure grows, it becomes crucial to have robots and a reliable centralized logging system. Log centralization is becoming a key aspect of a variety of IT tasks and provides you with an overview of your entire system.

39. A Guide to Setting up Laravel in Ubuntu

Laravel is a very popular open-source PHP framework aimed at easy development of applications. If you are looking for a new PHP framework, you should give Laravel a try.

40. Installing Ansible on Ubuntu [Part 1]

Ansible is a Configuration Management and Application Deployment system that is designed to streamline the process of controlling a large number of servers, basically for administration and operational processes. In other words, it allows you to control several remote machines in an automated fashion from a location.

41. Setting Up Manjaro Linux From Scratch!!

STEP 1 : Download an Image File 😉

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