Manage Snaps in Linux

How to Manage Snaps in Linux – Part 2

This is the second article in a two-part series about a beginner’s guide to snaps in Linux. It covers how to run snaps from the command-line interface, creates and use snap aliases, interacts with

Install Snap in Linux

A Beginners Guide to Snaps in Linux – Part 1

In the past few years, the Linux community has been blessed with some remarkable advancements in the area of package management on Linux systems, especially when it comes to universal or cross-distribution software packaging

Linuxbrew Package Manager for Linux

Linuxbrew – The Homebrew Package Manager for Linux

Linuxbrew is a clone of homebrew, the MacOS package manager, for Linux, which allows users to install software to their home directory. It’s feature set includes: Allowing installation of packages to a home directory

Nix Package Manager for Linux

Nix – The Purely Functional Package Manager for Linux

Nix is a powerful, purely functional package management system designed for reliable and reproducible package management, released under the terms of the GNU LGPLv2.1. It is the primary package management system in NixOS, a

Check and Install Updates On CentOS

How to Check and Install Updates On CentOS and RHEL

Installing updates for software packages or the kernel itself, is a highly recommended and beneficial task for system administrators; more especially when it comes to security updates or patches. While security vulnerabilities are discovered,

Best Linux Package Managers

5 Best Linux Package Managers for Linux Newbies

One thing a new Linux user will get to know as he/she progresses in using it is the existence of several Linux distributions and the different ways they manage packages. Package management is very