Category: Linux Mint

Install Linux Kernel 4.9

Install Linux Kernel 4.9 In CentOS and Ubuntu

Linux Kernel 4.9 has been released a week ago with updated features and bug fixes. The merge window for next version 4.10 has already been opened and the development is going on. For more details, check the...

Ubuntu Cleaner

How To Clean Up Junk Files In Ubuntu Using Ubuntu Cleaner

One common thing we forget to do in our Ubuntu system is to clean up the junk files regularly. Sooner or later, we realize that our hard disk is running out of space. There are...

Migrate System Settings And Data From An Old System To A Newly Installed Ubuntu System

How To Migrate System Settings And Data From Old System To Newly Installed Ubuntu System

Today, we will be discussing an important and useful topic that describes how to migrate system settings and data from an old system to a newly installed Ubuntu system. Even though upgrading to new Ubuntu...

Force Users To Use Strong Passwords In Debian, Ubuntu

How To Force Users To Use Strong Passwords In Debian, Ubuntu

A strong password must be comprised of at least 14 characters, including at least one special character, one numerical character, one uppercase and lower case letter. More importantly, passwords shouldn’t be easily predictable and shouldn’t...

Upgrade Linux Kernel

Ukuu – An Easy Way To Install And Upgrade Linux Kernel In Ubuntu-based Systems

Today, I have stumbled upon a simple, yet useful tool called “Ubuntu Kernel Upgrade Utility”, shortly Ukuu, that allows you to install and upgrade Linux kernel in Ubuntu-based systems. Ukuu is developed and maintained by...

find and remove unused packages in Linux

How To Find And Remove Unused Packages In Linux

Running out of low disk space? You may need to check for unused packages (orphaned packages) filled in your hard drive. Orphaned (unused) packages are nothing but the packages which will be installed as dependencies/libraries...