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Install Zoom on Ubuntu

Zoom is a secure ( lol ), reliable propriety video teleconferencing software program developed by Zoom Video Communications, Inc. The free plan allows up to 100 concurrent participants, with a 40-minute time restriction. Users have the option to upgrade by subscribing to a paid plan. The highest plan supports up to 1,000 concurrent participants for meetings lasting […]

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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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How to install Microsoft’s Build of OpenJDK on Linux

Microsoft has built their own version of OpenJDK. This build of Open JDK 11 is available on Azure as well as for users to download and install on their local machine. According to Microsoft’s Dev Blogs: They rely on Java technologies for a variety of their own internal systems, applications, and workloads to enable well-known […]

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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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What is a Zombie process in Linux?

You may come across a message that states, “There is 1 zombie process.”. You might come across this when logging into your Ubuntu Server via SSH. If you see such a message you don’t have to panic or worry, it is just notifying you. I will explain in depth what this means. Zombie explained. On […]