Setting up environment variables on Ubuntu

An environment variable contains a value, which is used to change the behavior of processes at run time. Similar to other operating systems, we can also set environment variables on Ubuntu systems. You can set environment variables in 3 ways: Use the export command Using /etc/environment file Add shell script in /etc/profile.d/ directory Now we […]

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How to Install IntelliJ IDEA on Ubuntu 22.04 / Ubuntu 20.04

IntelliJ IDEA is an integrated development environment for development Java Application. It is developed by JetBrains and is available in two editions, Community and Ultimate. IntelliJ IDEA The core package supports the Java, Groovy, Kotlin and XML/XSL programming languages. Also, support for other languages ​​like Python, Perl, Go, Scala, etc can be added by installing […]

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How to Install and Configure Fail2ban on Ubuntu 22.04

Fail2ban is a free and open source IPS (Intrusion Prevention Software) that helps administrators secure Linux servers against brute-force and malicious login attacks. Fail2ban is written in Python and comes with filters for various services like Apache2, SSH, FTP, etc. Fail2ban reduces malicious login attempts by blocking IP addresses of source attacks. Fail2ban works by […]

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Install Open Source Social Network (OSSN) on Ubuntu 18.04

Open Source Social Network (OSSN) is a free and open source social networking software written in PHP. It is used to create your own social network website and build relationships with your members. Ossn can also be used to build different types of social apps like Private Intranets, Public Networks, and Community. OSSN comes with […]

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Install Google Chrome 69 on Debian, Ubuntu

In this post we’ll show you some easy steps to install Google Chrome Browser 69 (i.e 69.0.3497.81) in Debian 9/8/7/6, Ubuntu 18.10-17.04, Ubuntu 16.10-14.04 and Linux Mint 19-17. However, the same installation instructions also works on older versions of Debian, Ubuntu and Mint distributions. There are two official ways to install Chrome browser, the one is using Google Chrome PPA and other method […]

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Install Elasticsearch on Ubuntu 18.04 /16.04 LTS

Elasticsearch is a flexible and powerful open source, distributed real-time search and analytics engine. Using a simple set of APIs, it provides the ability for full-text search. Elastic search is freely available under the Apache 2 license, which provides the most flexibility. This tutorial will help you to install Elasticsearch on Ubuntu 18.04 & 16.04 […]

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