Tagged: Ubuntu Tips

Set Filesystem Disk Quotas on Ubuntu 0

How to Set Filesystem (Disk) Quotas on Ubuntu

Filesystem quota is a standard built-in feature found in Linux Kernel. Quotas determine the amount of space a file should have to support user activities. The disk quotas also limit the number of files...

Install Cinnamon Desktop on Ubuntu 2

How to Install Cinnamon Desktop On Ubuntu

If you are looking for a simple and neat desktop environment, then you should try out the Cinnamon desktop environment. Being the default environment for Linux Mint, Cinnamon somewhat mimics the Windows UI and...

Install NTP Server and Client on Ubuntu 2

How to Install NTP Server and Client on Ubuntu

Network Time Protocol, commonly referred to as NTP, is a protocol that’s responsible for synchronizing system clocks in a network. NTP refers to both the protocol and the client system alongside the server programs...

Create Sudo User in Ubuntu 0

How to Create a New Sudo User on Ubuntu

In Linux and other Unix-like systems, the root account has the highest access rights on the system. It is used specifically for system administration purposes. The root user (sometimes referred to as the superuser)...

Add Swap Space on Ubuntu 2

How to Add Swap Space on Ubuntu

One of the simplest ways of watching against out-of-memory problems in applications is to increase some swap size in your server. In this article, we will explain how to add a swap file to...

Change User Password in Ubuntu Linux 2

How to Change User Password in Ubuntu

In this short quick article, we will show you how to change a user password in Ubuntu Linux using the graphical interface as well as the command line interface. As you are well aware,...