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What is Debian Goodies and how do I use it?

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Debian goodies package contains a number of tools that will require approximately 16,4MB.

sudo apt-get install debian-goodies

Press Enter,

How to use debian-goodies:

sudo checkrestart

These processes (21) do not seem to have an associated init script to restart them:

To visit the website for a specific application, type the following command:

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What is a META package in Linux and what is it used for?

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A meta package is a convenient way to bulk install groups of programs, their libraries and documentation. Many Linux distributions like, for example, Kali use them to create software bundles that are easy for a user to install.

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What is an AppImage for Linux?

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The idea behind the AppImage format is "an app" = a file. Each AppImage contains an app and all files that the app needs to run. In other words, each AppImage does not have any other dependencies than is included in the targeted base operating system. Like for example an, ".exe" file in Windows.

No more searching for dependency files.

The software needs to be able to run, set the following file rights:

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What is an IP conflict and how can I detect one on my network?

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All IOT (Internet Of Things) assigns a unique IP address, but sometimes problems may occur when two identical IP addresses are on the same network. This problem may occur if a computer has a static IP address and another computer is automatically assigned (DHCP), same IP address.

The dynamics change often (a few times a day), but the static ones, does not change. In short, there must not be two identical IP addresses on the same network.

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What is an inode and how does it affect my webhosting account?

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An inode is an internal data structure that Linux uses to store information about a file system's object, file or directory. Inodes equals the total number of files and directories in a user account. A file or directory adds 1 to the inbox bill. Knowing the limits for this is of great importance when selecting a web hosting / service provider.

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Games For Linux

Windows has always been the preferred platform for gaming, but after STEAM's interest in Linux more game developers are making their games natively available for Linux.

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