How to restart or reload NGINX on Ubuntu 20.04 server

Reload or restart Nginx on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS server

We will show all the main commands which we can use on the Ubuntu 20.04/18.04/16.04 server for restarting and reloading NGINX web server services. Furthermore, the article will also show the method to get the NGINX configuration file path to know any error. Nginx is …

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How to install Linux 5.8 Kernel on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

Install Linux 5.8 kernel packages on Ubuntu

Recently, the Linux 5.8 version has been released with multiple fixes and updates. This tutorial will show the way to install the latest Linux kernel 5.8 on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS to test it. This means we are here manually upgrading the Ubuntu Linux kernel when …

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Psensor GUI tool: Monitor CPU temperature on Linux system

Psensor Linux Graph result

The Psensor is simple CPU temperature monitoring that uses the systems inbuilt sensors to pull the values and displays them on a graphical user interface. This graphical hardware temperature monitor for Linux various systems such as Ubuntu, Debian, Linux Mint, CentOS, RHEL, and more… Whether …

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Steps to install Adobe Reader on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

Adobe reader install Ubuntu 20.04 LTS linux

Adobe Acrobat Reader is a popular PDF reader software that is also available for Linux operating systems including Ubuntu and CentOS. However, the Windows and macOS versions are up to date while the Linux one was updated last in 2013. Thus, it is quite a …

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How to install Krita software on Ubuntu 20.04 or 18.04 LTS

Krita is open source software painting software available under the GPL v3 license. It comes with an interactive graphical user interface similar to Adobe photoshop. Krita offers various brush engines and aperture modes that you can use to customize your digital brushes to suit your …

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How to open Ubuntu file manager as root user

Edit File as root in Ubuntu Nautilus File manager-min

By default, the File Manager in Ubuntu or in any other Linux distro uses a non-root user. I mean a user that doesn’t have Administrative rights can access them graphically. It improves overall system security. However, if you want to run File manager as the …

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