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.

How to Configure static IP address in Ubuntu Server 18.04 LTS

When it comes to Ubuntu network interface configuration, the way in which you set a static IP has completely changed. The previous LTS version Ubuntu 16.04 used /etc/network/interface file to configure static IP addresses, but Ubuntu 18.04 use new method known as netplan.

Install Apache PHP and MySQL on FreeBSD

In this tutorial you will learn how to setup a web server on FreeBSD using Apache Web Server, PHP programming language and MySQL/MariaDB database server. In addition to the LAMP stack we will also install phpMyAdmin for the database access and VSFTPD server for the FTP access.

How to make Windows 10 bootable USB Pendrive

If your computer lacks a DVD drive, you can use a USB flash drive to install Windows 10/7 to your PC. Creating a windows 10 boot USB is not difficult. In this tutorial I am going to explain how to make Windows 10 bootable USB flash drive within both Windows and Ubuntu operating systems.

How to Upgrade Ubuntu 16.04 to 18.04 LTS

The newest Ubuntu LTS version Ubuntu 18.04 has been released, now it is time to upgrade your Ubuntu 16.04 system to 18.04 LTS. This tutorial explains how to upgrade Ubuntu 16.04 to 18.04 in both Ubuntu server and desktop.