Having so many Linux distros out there, it is difficult for beginners to figure out which one is better for what purpose! I am trying to answer to one such question about the two distros in this context. Both MX Linux and Manjaro are pretty new in comparison to the other popular distros like the… Continue reading MX Linux vs Manjaro – A Detailed Analysis
NFS or Network file system is a distributed filesystem protocol. It allows a remote host to mount filesystem over a network and interact that filesystem much like local storage is accessed. It follows the client-server model. The mounted filesystem can be accessed by the client with whatever privileges assigned to each file. Like many other… Continue reading How To Setup Network File System (NFS) In Linux?
In a debian based package management system the apt-cache is a low-level tool to manipulate and obtain information about packages from apt’s internal database. It creates a repository of information about the packages that are available from your source list. Apt’s database gets updated when you run apt update command. Let’s say you want to… Continue reading How to Find Exact Name of A Package by Using apt-cache in Linux?
SmartStart 5.0 system erase manual install set date/time (I set to GMT time rather than local time) sys cfg cfg Smart-2/DH install F10 partition SmartStart 5.0 completes Boot to Debin 3.0 net install CD (10MB) Welcome/continue cfg kbd/us preload modules from floppy/skip ALT+F2 pop in floppy with cpqarray.o on ext2 from drivers.tgz mount /dev/fd0 /mnt… Continue reading PL 1600 Debian