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How to Install and setup Selenium with Google Chrome on Ubuntu

Through this article, we will see how to set up selenium on Chrome Browser using chrome driver in very simple way with an example using python script
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How to Filter log file entries based on date range in Linux

If you are facing difficulty while systematically reading log files. Then you are in the right place.

Simple doing cat to read log file is a kind basic way to inspect log file. But when you want to filter data in an organized way based on time, then we use awk or grep.

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How to Create Symbolic or soft Link in Linux?

A symbolic link (or symlink) is a special type of file in Linux that contains a path to another file or directory. Basically, it is similar to a shortcut and is also known as a soft link.

In this post, we’ll see how to create, verify, and remove symbolic links in Linux. First, let’s start with a basic introduction to links Read More

How to configure Static Local IP Address in Ubuntu

In Linux, if you were working on networking, you may become to a point when you need to assign static IP to your system over the local network.

There may be any reason. If you want to communicate with a PC on the network, then whenever your system restarts, local IP changes based on the subnet mask. To avoid this, you need to fix your preferred local IP in the network configuration. Read more

How to Install Etcher USB Image Writing Tool on Ubuntu 20.04

Etcher is an open-source USB image writing tool that is extensively used all across the world. It is a tool that is available for many operating systems like Windows, Mac, and all of the major Linux platforms. In this article, we will provide users a walkthrough of how to install Etcher on the Ubuntu 20.04 system. Learn More

How to create bootable Ubuntu 20.04 on windows 10

I think so; a few weeks back, I was doing something on my Ubuntu 20.04. Suddenly my friend knocks on my door, and he was curiously peeking on my laptop screen. I asked what happen, Benhur?

Benhur replied, what are you doing on your laptop, It is totally different from my laptop screen, and It fascinated me. Will you tell me what it is?
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How to create .desktop shortcut Icon to App Manager in Linux

Before starting the guide, I’ll like to share my scenario with you when I was a neophyte in Linux.

One day I have installed a telegram application from the archive file. The problem was that whenever I need to open the telegram, I need to go to the directory where I have kept the telegram file and start the applications that were too frustrating every time I need to that.

Easily Create a Multiboot USB with Ventoy

Ventoy is a top-rated free and open-source utility to create a multiboot USB stick from ISO files. I use it regularly, and highly recommend you to use.

Recently I covered on how you can create a bootable USB stick using Baleno Etcher. This time I will guide you how easily you can create a multiboot USB stick by just doing copy-paste ISO file to your USB device. Learn More

How to Install Linux Mint’s Cinnamon Desktop in Ubuntu

Linux Mint is known for its cinnamon desktop environment. It is a free and open-source desktop environment designed and developed based on GNOME 3.

If you are having Ubuntu on your desktop and get tried of using GNOME 3. Then you can easily switch to the cinnamon desktop in Ubuntu with few lines of command. Learn More

30 Basic commands which every Linux user should know

It doesn’t matter if you are a beginner, intermediate, or advanced Linux user. This Basic command you should know.
Just bookmark this page because you require this command to work for daily use.
Let’s start the Basic command journey
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