Tagged: Ubuntu

How to Setup Bash on Windows 10 for Developers – Ultimate Setup

Bash for Windows 10 has been out for almost a year now. It has been incredible for a developer like myself to be able to use Bash natively on a Windows machine! In this article, I’ll show you how I install my main Bash setup for Windows 10.   Requirements Your Windows 10 PC must be running a 64-bit version of Windows 10 Anniversary Update build 14393 or later. To find your PC’s CPU architecture and Windows version/build number, open...

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How to Access Ubuntu Bash Files from Windows

If you installed Bash on Windows 10, and you want to get access to the files that you created on Bash from the Windows side, here’s what you need to do! Open File Explorer Click File on the top left, click Change folder and search options Click on View tab, make sure Show hidden files, folders, and drives is selected, Click OK Click on the folder directory address box, copy and paste: %localappdata%\lxss When you click Enter, you’ll be in...

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How to Create Shared Folder on VirtualBox – Windows and Ubuntu

I have a Windows 10 laptop, and I am running VirtualBox. One of my virtual machines has Ubuntu 14.04 64 bit operating system. Now, I want to be able to share folders from my Ubuntu to Windows 10 and vice versa. I’m assuming that you have installed the Ubuntu virtual machine already and ready to set up the shared folder. Step 1) Make a folder to be shared on your Windows 10 host operating system. I’ll create a folder called...

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How to Get Multiple Terminals on Ubuntu Server

Let’s say that you want multiple terminals on an Ubuntu server. If you have ever used the Ubuntu server version of the OS, you should know that it is maneuvered only through the terminal. We had a situation where we didn’t have access to the Internet, so we couldn’t install something like tmux for multi-tasking, and we thought screen was hard to use. We needed multiple terminals, so that we could run multiple commands at the same time! If you...

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How to Download Packages and Dependencies from Different Architectures on Ubuntu

Let’s say that I have a computer that I installed Ubuntu 14.04 x86-64 also known as amd64. I want to download a package, but I want to download the package and its dependencies from a different architecture instead of amd64. In this scenario, I want to download a package from arm64 architecture. Enable Another Architecture to Download First, we will add a new architecture to be able to select when installing or downloading any package. Instead of arm64, you can substitute...

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How to Download Packages and Dependencies Locally on Ubuntu

I want to download a package and all of its dependencies that I would typically use apt-get to install on Ubuntu. How do I download a package and its dependencies locally on Ubuntu? I am using Ubuntu 14.04 and Ubuntu 16.04 for this tutorial. How to Download Ubuntu Packages and Dependencies Locally We require Internet access to download the packages locally. First, we should always update our package sources. sudo apt-get update Afterwards, we should make a directory to store...

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How to SSH to Another Computer with Ethernet Cable – Local Area Network

Let’s say that we wanted to connect an Ethernet cable from Ethernet port of one computer to Ethernet port of another computer. I want to be able to SSH into the other machine from my computer given that I know the other machine’s password or have an authenticated SSH key. You can also SSH to a series of machines if you have a switch with all the other machines connected to that switch through Ethernet cables. The switch is basically a...

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How to Set Static IP on Ubuntu

To set the static IP address on Ubuntu, we want to first determine what network interfaces we currently have. These network interfaces represent the Infiniband or Ethernet ports on your computer. You will typically have an interface called eth0 or eth1 that allows you to connect to the Internet. Note, setting the static IP will allow you to connect to the Internet as long as the IP address is valid according to your DHCP server. If you set any static IP...

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14 Steps to Create a Website with Amazon Web Services EC2 instance – Ubuntu

Setting up an Amazon Web Services EC2 instance for the first time can be a pain in the ass. It’s time for an easy tutorial on how to get a website set up on an AWS EC2 Ubuntu instance. Step 1: Go to http://aws.amazon.com. Sign up for an Amazon Web Services account if you don’t already have an account. Sign into your account if you have one.   Step 2: Click on EC2 Virtual Servers in the Cloud on the left side...

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