Swap is a space on a disk that is used when the amount of physical memory is full. When a Linux system runs out of RAM, inactive pages are moved from the RAM to the swap space.
Swap space can take the form of either a dedicated swap partition or a swap file. Usually, when running a Debian virtual machine a swap partition is not present so the only option is to create a swap file.
This tutorial will guide you through the steps of adding a swap file on Debian 10 Buster. weiterlesen
apt is a command-line utility for installing, updating, removing and otherwise managing deb packages on Ubuntu, Debian, and related Linux distributions. It combines the most frequently used commands from the apt-get and apt-cache tools with different default values of some options.
apt is designed for interactive use. Prefer using apt-get and apt-cache in your shell scripts as they are backward compatible between the different versions and have more options and features.
Most of the apt commands must be run as a user with sudo privileges.
This guide serves as a quick reference for the apt commands.
Git is a de-facto standard for distributed version control systems and is used by the majority of developers nowadays. It allows you to keep track of your code changes, revert to previous stages, create branches, and to collaborate with your fellow developers.
Git is originally developed by Linus Torvalds, the creator of the Linux kernel.
This tutorial will guide you through the steps required to install Git on Ubuntu. The same instructions apply for Ubuntu 16.04 and any other Ubuntu-based distribution, including Kubuntu, Linux Mint and Elementary OS. weiterlesen
Docker is a containerization technology that allows you to quickly build, test, and deploy applications as portable, self-sufficient containers that can run virtually anywhere. Docker has become the de facto standard for container deployment, and it is an essential tool for DevOps engineers and their continuous integration and delivery pipeline.
In this tutorial, we’ll cover how to install Docker on an Ubuntu 18.04 machine and explore the basic Docker concepts and commands.
Before continuing with this tutorial, make sure you are logged in as a user with sudo privileges. All the commands in this tutorial should be run as a non-root user. weiterlesen
Steam is a cross-platform entertainment platform developed by Valve Corporation for purchasing and playing video games. It gives you access to thousands of games and allows you to meet new people.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to install Steam on Ubuntu 18.04. The same instructions apply for Ubuntu 16.04 and any Ubuntu-based distribution, including Kubuntu, Linux Mint and Elementary OS.
You’ll need to be logged in as a user with sudo privileges to be able to install packages on your Ubuntu system.
Installing Steam on Ubuntu
Perform the following steps to install Steam on your Ubuntu desktop:
Start by enabling the Multiverse repository which contains software that does not meet the Ubuntu license policy:
sudo add-apt-repository multiverse
'multiverse' distribution component enabled for all sources
Next, install the steam package by typing:
sudo apt install steam
Once the installation is completed you can start it either from the command line by typing steam or by clicking on the Steam icon (Activities -> Steam):
When you start Steam for the first time, it will update its self to the latest version. This can take a few minutes.
Once the update is complete, the Steam will start.
From here you can log in to your Steam account or create a new one.
You have learned how to install Steam on Ubuntu 18.04. You can now start purchasing and playing video games.
To find a list of supported Linux games visit this page.
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