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NVIDIA Drivers on Rocky Linux

Here is how to install the official Nvidia drivers on Rocky Linux and it works flawlessly. This works best on the default kernel that ships with Rocky Linux, if you have custom Kernel or modified setup, there might be need for extra steps. The extra steps are out of the scope of this article. Update: […]

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Install Kitty (Terminal Emulator) on Ubuntu

Kitty is a free and open-source feature rich GPU based terminal emulator developed by Kovid Goyal, the project is being actively maintained with over 130+ contributors. Here are some of its features listed below: Offloads rendering to the GPU for lower system load and buttery smooth scrolling. Uses threaded rendering to minimize input latency. Supports […]

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Deno package manager

Deno is a secure runtime for JavaScript and TypeScript. Deno lets you use third party written scripts and modules but does not currently offer any official package manager like NPM or Yarn, it instead deals with third party packages a bit differently.

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Install Deno on Arch Linux

Deno is a secure runtime for JavaScript and TypeScript. Deno is basically Node reversed. We will install Deno on Arch Linux, I will list two methods. First method. You can install it using Pacman by entering the command below, Here is the web link to the package. Second method. Enter the following commands in Terminal. […]