On Debian-based systems, the APT package management system stores downloaded packages even after you have installed them and keeps the handy in case you want to reinstall without having to re-download. After a certain amount of time, you might decide you no longer need to keep these packages around, especially if they are taking up […]
Linux has a very unique method of installing applications. Most Linux distributions rely on package management systems that download package archives containing all of the files for an application and then copy them to their correct locations. Once the files are installed, any changes you make to them can affect the functionality of the app. […]
Linux users have long debated whether it is better to perform an in-box upgrade or completely wipe a system clean and reinstall whenever there is a new major version release.
For desktop Linux users, the answer is matter of convenience. For server administrators, it can make or break a career or business.
Many Linux […]