How to install and configure Mono on CentOS 8

How to install and configure OpenCV on CentOS 8

Mono is a platform for cross-platform application development and operation based on ECMA / ISO standards. It is a free and open source application for the Microsoft .NET framework. This tutorial explains how to install Mono on CentOS 8. precondition The instructions assume that you are signed in as a …

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A tutorial on using the Lsmod command (listing Kernel units)

lsmod is a command-line utility that displays information about loaded Linux kernel modules. Kernel module The kernel is the primary component of an operating system. The kernel manages everything in an operating system, including all system resources, and is the bridge between your computer hardware and software. Linux kernel has …

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How to install Visual Studio Code on CentOS 8

Centos Visual Studio Code

Visual Studio Code is an open source cross-platform code editor developed by Microsoft. Visual Studio has built-in debugging support, built-in Git controls, syntax highlighting, code completion, integrated terminal, refactoring, and snippets. The easiest and recommended way to install Visual Studio Code on CentOS 8 is to enable the VS Code …

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How to display line numbers in Vim / Vi

Vim numbering

Vim / Vi is the preferred text editor for many software developers and Linux system administrators. By default, Vim doesn’t display line numbers, but it can be easily displayed. Vim supports three numbering modes that help you navigate files. Aside from the standard absolute line numbering, Vim also supports relative …

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How to install and configure TensorFlow on CentOS 8

How to set or change time zone in CentOS 8

TensorFlow is an open source machine learning platform built by Google. TensorFlow is used by a number of organizations including Twitter, PayPal, Intel, Lenovo, and Airbus. TensorFlow can be installed system-wide, in a Python virtual environment, as a Docker container or with Anaconda. TensorFlow supports Python 2 and 3. We …

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A tutorial for changing file permissions with Chmod on Linux

In Linux, file access is managed via file permissions, attributes, and ownership. This ensures that only authorized users and processes can access files and directories. This tutorial covers how to use commands chmod To change file and directory access permissions. File access permissions explained in Linux Before we proceed, let’s …

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How to install and configure Ansible AWX on CentOS 8

Ansible sign

AWX stands for “Ansible Web eXecutable” and it is a free and open source project that allows you to easily manage and control Ansible projects. AWX provides a robust web-based user interface and REST API, and allows you to manage or synchronize inventory with other cloud sources, access control, and …

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How to set or change time zone in CentOS 8

How to install and configure OpenCV on CentOS 8

Using the correct timezone is essential for many system-related tasks and processes. For example, the cron daemon uses the system timezone to perform cron tasks and the timestamps in the log files are based on the same system timezone. In CentOS 8, the system time zone (time zone) is set …

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