How to Update Google Chrome in Ubuntu Linux

This tutorial explains how to update google chrome web browser in Ubuntu Linux. You and use use this guide to update chrome in any Ubuntu version, including Ubuntu 18.04 and 16.04 LTS.

Ubuntu Snap Packages: Complete guide to snap package management tool

Snappy is a universal package format introduced by canonical, the same company behind the Ubuntu operating system. The goal of the snap is to provide a universal package format that works across all Linux distributions.

In this tutorial we will learn how to use snap package manager in Ubuntu to install, configure, update and remove software and applications.

Install and Configure Git Version Control on Ubuntu

Git is the most popular open-source version control management system. Version control is a system that records changes to a file or set of files over time so that you can recall specific versions later.

This tutorial we will start by installing git on Ubuntu 18.04 and then we will see how to configure and initialize a new repository.

How to Disable IPv6 in Ubuntu Server 18.04/16.4 LTS

This tutorial explains how to disable IPv6 in Ubuntu 18.04/16.04 (compatible with both Ubuntu server and Desktop version). There are a couple of ways we can disable IPv6 on Ubuntu server. One method is to turn off IPv6 using sysctl, the second method is to edit the grub config file. We will look at both methods.

Ubuntu Network Manager: Enabling and disabling NetworkManager on Ubuntu

NetworkManager is a backend service that controls the network interfaces on your Ubuntu operating system. An alternative to NetworkManager is systemd-networkd. On Ubuntu desktop, network manager is the default service that manages network interfaces through the graphical user interface. Therefore, If you want to configure IP addresses via GUI, then the network-manager should be enabled.