Ubuntu

Ubuntu is an open source Linux distribution based on the Debian architecture. It is usually run on personal computers, and is also popular on network servers, usually running the Ubuntu Server variant, with enterprise-class features.

How to convert (decode) a Slow-Scan Television transmissions (SSTV) audio file to images using QSSTV in Ubuntu 18.04
Learn how to convert an SSTV audio file to an image using the QSSTV in your Ubuntu 18.04 Desktop.
How to create Slow-Scan Television transmissions (SSTV) audio files with Python in Ubuntu 18.04
Learn how to create a SSTV audio file with different formats using Python in Ubuntu 18.04.
How to solve Ubuntu 18.04 CLI error: Could not get lock /var/lib/dpkg/lock-frontend - open (11: Resource temporarily unavailable)
Learn how to solve the ubuntu 18.04 terminal error: Could not get lock /var/lib/dpkg/lock-frontend - open (11: Resource temporarily unavailable)
How to run a stress test to your apache server in Ubuntu 18.04
Learn how to execute a stress test to some apache based server in Ubuntu 18.04
How to download Ubuntu releases ISO files faster (accelerate download)
Discover how you can download the ISO releases of the Ubuntu operative system (desktop and server) faster using the P2P protocol.
How to install ClamAV and scan for viruses with the command line CLI in Ubuntu 16.04
Learn how to install the ClamAV antivirus in Ubuntu 16.04.
How to make an image based PDF (image to text) selectable and searchable using OCRmyPDF in Ubuntu 16.04
Learn how to convert a PDF with images to selectable content using the CLI tool OCRmyPDF in your Ubuntu server.
How to recognize Seven Segment Displays content with ssocr (Seven Segment Optical Character Recognition) in Ubuntu 16.04
Learn how to recognize seven segment displays numbers from an image using the ssocr library in Ubuntu 16.04
How to install and use the python face recognition and detection library in Ubuntu 16.04
Learn how to install the python library face recognition (accuracy of 99.38%) in Ubuntu 16.04
How to install and use Exa, a modern replacement for the ls command in Ubuntu 16.04
Learn how to use Exa, a beautiful and useful replacement for the ls command of unix in Ubuntu 16.04