Have you ever tried to view a website or connect to a remote server on Linux and get the horrible “No route to host” error? This annoying problem can prevent you from accessing critical resources and disrupt your workflow. In this article, we’ll look at where the “No route to host” error comes from and […]
How to install Safari on Linux
Safari is a well-known web browser that is largely used on Apple’s Mac and iOS devices. It can, however, be installed on Linux via virtualization software. This guide will help you through the installation of Safari on Linux. Installing Safari on Linux Prerequisites Steps to Install Safari on Linux 1. Install Wine Adding the Wine […]
Nohup Command in Linux
In Linux, the nohup command is a powerful tool that lets you run tasks in the background even after you log out. It makes sure that your processes run even when you aren’t there to watch over them. When you use nohup to run a process, it is disconnected from the terminal and keeps running […]
What does Chmod 777 Means?
What exactly is “chmod”? chmod is an abbreviation for “change mode.” In the Linux and macOS operating systems, one can use this command to change the access mode. It is also used to change the permissions of a file or directory in Unix-based operating systems. Moreover, chmod 777 is the command that is frequently used […]