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How to Install XAMPP on Linux (Debian, RedHat, CentOS, Ubuntu, Fedora, Gentoo, Arch, OpenSUSE)

XAMPP  is an easy to install web development distribution for developers on the local machine. It provides Apache, MariaDB, PHP, PERL which are required for web development. You can install all these tools independently, but it not easy. XAMPP makes your job easy. It bundles all of them together. On top of it, it is …

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How to Install VLC in Ubuntu 18.04 Bionic Beaver [All Methods Covered]

VLC is a free, open-source and cross-platform media player. It is available for Windows, Linux, Mac, Android, iOS and most of the operating systems available. This media player can run all the media formats. With the support of skins and add-ons, you can also customize it. Features, Simple, fast and powerful  Plays everything – It plays …

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Linux Sleep Command – delay for a specified amount of time

Linux sleep command adds delay/pause for a specified amount of time. As per man sleep this command, Written by Jim Meyering and Paul Eggert. Part of GNU Coreutils. License GPLv3+: GNU GPL version 3 free software, you are free to change and redistribute it. There is NO WARRANTY Syntax sleep NUMBER[smhd] sleep OPTION Options Each argument is …

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whoami command in Linux explained with examples

whoami is a Linux/Unix command which prints the username associated with the current effective user ID. It is written by Richard Mlynarik and part of GNU Coreutils. For complete documentation, run: info coreutils ‘whoami invocation’ Syntax whoami [OPTION]… Options –help:- Print help –version:- Display version information The whoami command is helpful for DBAs/Admins working on …

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