Tag: Fedora

3 Ways to Install Skype in Fedora Linux

3 Ways to Install Skype in Fedora Linux

Skype is a popular proprietary communication application well known for its voice calls, chats, VoIP-based video telephony, and video conferencing functionalities. It helps people stay connected regardless of their geographical location; from colleagues within an

How to Open, Extract and Create RAR Files in Linux

RAR is the most popular tool for creating and extracting compressed archive (.rar) files. When we download an archive file from the web, we required a rar tool to extract them. RAR is available freely

How to Install Fedora 36 XFCE Desktop Edition

Many Fedora users are unaware of the fact that you do get an option to choose other Desktop Environments apart from the default GNOME which we are used to downloading directly from their download page.

How to Install MySQL 8 in Fedora 36 Linux

MySQL is one of the oldest and most reliable open-source relational database management systems which is trusted and used by millions of users on daily basis. Since Fedora has recently announced their new version of

DistroBox – Run Any Linux Distribution Inside Linux Terminal

Distrobox is a nifty tool that allows you to create and manage containers on your favorite Linux distribution using either Docker or Podman. The launched container becomes highly integrated with the host system and this

How to Install PowerShell on Fedora Linux

PowerShell is both a command-line shell and fully-developed scripting language that is built on the .NET framework. Just like Bash, it is designed to carry out and automate system administration tasks. Until recently, PowerShell was

How to Burn CD/DVD in Linux Using Brasero

Frankly speaking, I cannot recall the last time I used a PC with a CD/DVD drive. This is thanks to the ever-evolving tech industry which has seen optical disks replaced by USB drives and other

Disable or Enable SSH Root Login and Limit SSH Access in Linux

Everyone knows that Linux systems come with root user access and by default, root access is enabled for the outside world. For security reasons, it’s not a good idea to have ssh root access enabled

How to Set GRUB2 Password in RHEL, CentOS and Fedora Linux

GRand Unified Bootloader (GRUB) is a default bootloader in all Unix-like operating systems. As promised in our earlier article “How to reset a forgotten root password“, here we are going to review how to protect

How to Disable Package Updates Using YUM/DNF in RHEL Linux

The DNF (Dandified Yum) is the next-generation version of the YUM (Yellowdog Updater, Modified), is an open-source default package manager for Red Hat-based Linux distributions, that is used for getting, installing, upgrading, removing, and querying