Author: Rahul

I, Rahul Kumar am the founder and chief editor of TecAdmin.net. I am a Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) and working as an IT professional since 2009..

NVM stands for Node Version Manager, which is a command-line utility for installing Node.js. It allows the programmers for installing Node.js in their account only. This means the installation is done user-specific. All the users in a single system have their own installation of Node.js. Using the nvm utility, we can install the multiple node.js versions in a single account and manage them easily. The application can have use .nvmrc at root folder to autoselect the Node.js version. This tutorial will help you to install nvm on Debian 11 “bullseye” Linux system. Prerequisites Assuming that you have a running Debian…

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Java is one of the well-liked computer programming languages to develop PC or mobile apps and is available on various platforms. There are many applications that require Java on your system to function. Apart from that, there are billions of mobile devices that run Java and around 9 million developers who prefer Java to create applications. If you are a developer and a Linux user then Java is an important component to have on your system, it will not only help you to create applications but also assist in running thousands of apps and games that require Java. This write-up…

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Linux distributions are widely used to create servers, and businesses are benefiting from this low-cost and secure solution. Linux distributions including Debian provide tons of utilities to set up, configure, and secure servers. Debian is a stable, secure, and quite popular Linux operating system and ideal for server setup. Many distributions are based on it, especially well-liked Ubuntu, PureOS, SteamOS, etc. The newest version of Debian is Debian 11 Bullseye, which comes with thousands of new packages, supports multiple desktop environments, driverless scanning, and an improved manual page. This write-up is focusing on how to install, set up a server…

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Odoo is also known as OpenERP as it contains a package of all applications which are related to business e.g. Production, marketing, etc, and also is an ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning ). It cannot only be used in E-Commerce but also the manufacturing industry uses it. It is reliable, cost-effective, easy to use, and easy to handle. This article helps us to know how to install the Odoo 14 on Ubuntu. It’s quite easy to install it on Ubuntu 20.04 with the help of some commands. Step 1 – Installing Required Packages There are some steps involved in the installation.…

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Linux is one of the well-liked operating systems because of its open-source nature, flexibility to customization, ability to operate on older machines, security, and stability. The open-source operating system unlike the closed operating systems allows all the users equal opportunity to change and modify the underlying code. Linux can be referred to as the heart of open-source operating systems. After being established in the mid 1990s; it has expanded across the globe from smart computers to phones and home appliances, Linux can be found everywhere. Linux has tons of distributions for various purposes and audiences and Debian is one of…

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Debian is known for its stability and reliability and preferred choice to set up a server for businesses and organizations. Debian recently got the latest release called Bullseye. Bullseye comes with many enhancements and upgrades. It offers a list of desktop environment support such as Gnome 3.38, KDE Plasma 5.20, LXDE 11, LXQt 0.16, and MATE 1.24. Moreover, this release has now 11,000 new packages and driverless printing and scanning support. This update also removes many obsolete packages. The manual page has also got significant improvements. Seeing these enhancements and features will push every Debian user to upgrade except for…

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Sometimes we are required to compare two or more than two files for some modifications or just to check the errors in two same files. Instead of reading both files and comparing them precisely, we have some built-in tools in Linux which can help us in this regard. In this article, we will discuss the built-in functions and some third-party tools which are used to compare to files in Linux and how they work. How to compare files in Linux For the comparison files by using the following utilities: Diff Colordiff Wdiff What is diff Command in Linux The Diff…

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Cinnamon is a popular desktop environment based on GTK. The project was originally derived from the GNOME 3 Shell. It is actively been developed by the Linux Mint team. Cinnamon provides a beautiful and feature-rich user interface. It uses desklets, for single applications for the desktop like a weather app, photo frames, and clocks. Cinnamon desktop is supported by most of the modern Linux distributions including Ubuntu. It is fast to load and works smoothly on older hardware. Similar to other desktops Cinnamon also offers multiple desktops calls “workspaces.” This article will help you for installing the Cinnamon desktop environment…

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Have you ever needed to exchange information between the programs except using the variables? Have you ever thought or felt the need to have a text file to exchange data between the programs? Do you know about the idea of storing data/information into an external file and later extracting it when needed? Yes, we can store and transfer data between the programs using the file format known as CSV. What is a CSV file? A CSV file is a type of file that is used to store data in a structured tabular (Row/Column) form. It is a plain text file…

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Most people think of Linux as an operating system but it is actually a kernel; A kernel is a bridge between the software and hardware of a computer. Linux-based operating systems are actually called Linux distributions which usually include the Linux kernel along with software package managers, software, and graphical user interface. It is important to always know the kernel and OS version of your system, especially if you’re an administrator. Knowing the version of your kernel and OS can help you determine which package manager to use to install new software and whether that software is supported by your…

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