How to Add and Remove APT Repositories

Ubuntu based Linux distributions rely on a program called APT to handle package management. Using the command “apt-get”, you can install, remove and update other programs. The packages installed with APT are determined by software repositories, and while every Linux distribution has default repositories, you can also add or remove third-party sources.
To add a Personal […]

How to Manually Install Packages on a RHEL/CentOS Server

On Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Red Hat-based servers (ex: CentOS), the best way to install packages is to use YUM. By entering the yum command, you can download and install software from the distribution and third-party repositories without any difficulty. On occasion, however, you might need to install an rpm package that is not […]

How to Install Webmin on a Debian Server

Webmin is a free and open source graphical system administration interface for Unix-like operating systems. In previous posts, we have explored some of the ways that you can use Webmin to make your system administration easier. We also learned how to install Webmin on CentOS. Today, we will look at another popular Linux-based operating system: […]