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What Is DOCX File and How To Open, Edit and Convert DOCX?

DOC or DOCX are documenting format developed by Microsoft. DOC and DOCX formats are mainly used in Microsoft Office Word application. DOCX is the newer and enhanced version of the DOC format. DOC and DOCX documents contain text, images, shapes, styles, graphics, animations, videos and page formatting. After Microsoft Word 2003 DOC format became open where before that it was proprietary format. After Microsoft Word 2007 the default format and...

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nslookup Commands Tutorial with Examples

nslookup is a very powerful tool used to get DNS realted information from DNS servers. We can get web server IP address, Mail Server IP address, Alternative IP addresses, DNS Management Information etc from DNS servers with the nslookup command. Query and Print A Type Records We will start with a simple and general example. We will query and list the A type of records. A type record is used to...

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How To Install Skype For Linux, Ubuntu, Mint, Debian, Fedora,

Skype is a very popular proprietary software that allows us to make calls to the other parties over network or internet connection. In general, Skype uses peer-to-peer topology to match calls. Skype is mainly designed for Windows operating systems but recently it can be used in different Linux distributions like Ubuntu, Debian, Mint, Fedora etc. In this tutorial, we will learn how to install, update, upgrade and remove these distributions....

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What Is Sudo Command in Linux?

sudo or superuser do is a utility used on Linux, BSD and Unix systems that provides the running command with root or Administrator privileges. Not every user needs to have root privileges but in some cases needs to run commands with root privileges. We can use sudo to run some specific or all provided commands and edit files with the root privileges. sudo Configuration File sudoers sudo command is configuration...

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How To Install Wine Emulator On Linux and Run Windows Applications?

Linux is a very flexible operating system which provides different options for other operating system applications users. Wine is a tool used to run Windows operating system applications like Office, Game, Desktop, Design etc in a Linux distribution like Ubuntu, Debian, Mint, Kali, Fedora, CentOS etc. What Is Wine Wine is known as an emulator but it describes itself as Wine Is Not an Emulator. Wine is designed to run...

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How To Connect MySQL/MariaDB Server From Command Line On Linux and Windows?

MySQL or MariaDB database servers can be managed in different ways. Generally, GUI tools are provided because of their easiness. But in some cases command line connection may be required to connect and management MySQL and MariaDB database server. Install MySQL/MariaDB Client For Ubuntu, Debian, Kali, Mint We will start by installing MySQL/MariaDB command line client in the deb based distributions like Ubuntu, Debian, Kali, Mint etc. The package is...

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Linux umask Command Tutorial with Examples, Numeric and Symbolic Representations

umask command is used to set default file and folder permission in  Linux operating system. File and folder permissions are important because the permission enables or deny different users, groups and others to access, read, write and execute of the given file. In this tutorial, we will learn how to use umask command to set default read, write and execute permissions. Syntax The syntax of the umask command is very simple where...

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How To Install and Use dos2unix Command In Linux?

Different operating systems like Linux and Windows have different text file formats which are not compatible with each other. While using these platforms to edit and read text file there will be problems. If we want to use a text file which is created or edited in Windows or MS-DOS environment in Linux we need to change the text file into Linux format with the dos2unix tool. Install dos2unix As dos2unix...

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How To Set Environment Variables For Linux, Windows, BSD and MacOSX

Environment variables are very useful for setting some data in the operationg system environment. They are like key-value pairs where we can set a key a specific value which can be used by all applications in the current operating system. Environment variables are used to set library path, Java path, Java version, current username, current connection type etc. List All Environment Variables For Linux and MacOSX We can list Linux operating...

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