Ubuntu: How to really clear the terminal?

Ubuntu: How to really clear the terminal?

Ubuntu: How to really clear the terminal? Question: I can issue the clear command or press Ctrl + L to clear the current Ubuntu te...
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How to Update Ubuntu From Terminal

How to Update Ubuntu From Terminal

How to update Ubuntu from command line. # CLI sudo apt update sudo apt upgrade sudo apt dist-upgrade sudo apt autoremove Please li...
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How To Clean And Speed Up Ubuntu

How To Clean And Speed Up Ubuntu

Ubuntu is already a pretty fast operating system. Due to the nature of Linux, it uses much less CPU power, GPU, memory or hard dri...
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How to Format USB drive in Linux Ubuntu using terminal ( 100 % working )

How to Format USB drive in Linux Ubuntu using terminal ( 100 % working )

how to format usb drive in linux ubuntu Ubuntu tutorials for beignners playlist ...
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How To Free Up Space In Ubuntu and other Linux distributions

How To Free Up Space In Ubuntu and other Linux distributions

When you are running out of space on your Linux system, there are a few things you could do to easily free up space. Just follow t...
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How to install Stacer on Ubuntu 16.04

How to install Stacer on Ubuntu 16.04

Stacer is an app that can be used to clean unwanted files, APT Cache and old Kernels. There are five app windows – Dashboard, Syst...
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Install Ubuntu Cleaner to clean your system in Linux Mint (Ubuntu)

Install Ubuntu Cleaner to clean your system in Linux Mint (Ubuntu)

Install Ubuntu Cleaner to clean your system in Linux Mint (Ubuntu) : Ubuntu Cleaner is an open-source tool makes it easy to clean ...
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USB history delete/clear in ubuntu/linux

USB history delete/clear in ubuntu/linux

follow my procedure to delete the var entry of usb in linux.ubuntu use this code:- gedit etc var log syslogs simply type it in ter...
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How to clean up cached Memory in Ubuntu (Linux) server

How to clean up cached Memory in Ubuntu (Linux) server

1. Connect ssh to your Ec2 Instance. 2. Become the super user after executing the command sudo -s 3. Check the amount of used and ...

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