How to Install MySQL Server in Ubuntu

MySQL is a relational database management system and one of the most popular relational databases in use today. Similar to most other database management systems, MySQL is delivered with two main components separately: the server

4 Ways to Create New File in Linux

Linux based operating systems are known for their users’ heavy use of command line for performing not only complicated automation but also the most trivial of tasks. However, with the steady growth of Linux distributions

How to Restore Default Repositories in Ubuntu

Ubuntu has four standard repositories where software packages are stored: Main, Universe, Restricted, and Multiverse. Main: Free and Open Source Software supported by Canonical. Universe: Community maintained Free and Open Source Software. Restricted: Software that

How to Enable “Universe” Repository in Ubuntu

‘Universe‘ is one of the standard repositories in Ubuntu, which contains community maintained free and open-source software, as opposed to ‘Main‘, which contains free and open-source software maintained by Ubuntu’s parent company Canonical. When Ubuntu

How to Report a Bug in Ubuntu

GNU/Linux systems are at the core of the Internet, Embedded Electronic Systems, Routing Devices, Modern Digital Electronic Appliances, etc. However, the one place where GNU/Linux has not been as popular, and for which it has