Category: Linux Mint

Upgrade Offline Debian-based Systems

How To Fully Update And Upgrade Offline Debian-based Systems

A while ago we have shown you how to install software in any offline Ubuntu system and any offline Arch Linux system. Today, we will see how to fully update and upgrade offline Debian-based systems....

how-can-i-help - Contributions To Debian

An Easy Way To Find Opportunities For Contributions To Debian Packages

Howdy developers! Today, I’ve come up with a cool tip for you. For those who wanted to contribute to Debian, there is a program called “how-can-i-help”. As the name says, whenever you install or upgrade...

Debian Documentation offline

Dwww – View Complete Debian Documentation Offline Via Web Browser

Whenever you install a program, a man page will be added for the installed program, so you can refer the syntax of the program, Synopsis, Description, usage examples, list of available options etc. Not just...

Linux Kernel Utilities - Scripts To Compile And Update Latest Linux Kernel For Debian And Derivatives

Linux Kernel Utilities – Scripts To Compile And Update Latest Linux Kernel For Debian And Derivatives

A while ago, we have published a guide about a tool UKUU that is used to install, and/or update latest Linux kernel in DEB-based systems, such as Ubuntu, Linux Mint. Today, we will see about...

Create A List Of Installed Packages In CentOS and Ubuntu

Create A List Of Installed Packages And Install Them Later From The List In CentOS And Ubuntu

A few days ago, we have published a guide that described how to create a list of installed packages and install them later from the list in Arch Linux, and its derivatives like Antergos, Manjaro...