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This category contains the answers to all the ” How To” questions. From “applications installation/uninstallation” to “commands and options” to “guides on how to use an application or  a software”.

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The Ultimate Guide: How to Install iTunes on Linux

The Ultimate Guide: How to Install iTunes on Linux – A Step-by-Step Tutorial

Introduction In a world dominated by diverse operating systems, Linux users often find themselves in a conundrum when it comes to running software designed for other platforms. One such popular application is iTunes, a media player and media library application developed by Apple. In this comprehensive guide, we’ll walk you through the process of installing …

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How to Troubleshoot VMware Workstation 17.0.0: “Can’t Make vmnet Work” Issue

If you’re a fan of VMware Workstation and you’ve updated to version 17.0.0, you might have run into a frustrating problem where it says, VMware Workstation 17.0.0:”Can’t make vmnet work.” This happens because the software has trouble working with your Linux computer’s brain (kernel). The part of VMware that helps your virtual machines talk to …

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error: failed to commit transaction (conflicting files) Solution

Encountering the dreaded “error: failed to commit transaction (conflicting files)” message can be frustrating for any computer user. This perplexing error occurs during software updates or installations when the package manager detects incompatible files that conflict with the desired changes. In this troubleshooting guide, we will delve into the root causes behind this issue and …

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What is Docker? How to Use It?

Docker is an open-source platform that allows you to automate the deployment and management of applications using containerization. It provides an efficient way to package applications, along with their dependencies, into a standardized unit called a container. In this article, we will explore what Docker is, how to use it, the available options/flags, and provide …

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how to use mkdir command

How to use mkdir Command?

The “Make Directory” command in Linux creates a new directory in the file system. Using mkdir command also configures the permissions on newly created directories as well as to construct directories, including nested directories. Example Code Where directory is the path of the directory that you want to create. Special Note: As you will see in all …

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