Install TensorFlow using Python (pip) or a Docker Container
It is a common practice nowadays, especially for advanced users and software developers, to configure their computer with a dual boot system; usually, one being a Microsoft Windows operating system and the other being a GNU/Linux based operating system. Many Bootloader programs (programs which start an operating system after we power on the computer) detect […]
Setup a FTP server on Linux
Secure Shell, or SSH in short, is a remote connection protocol. It is meant for establishing secure connections to a remote computer. It uses advanced cryptographic algorithms, Eg. RSA., to encrypt data, unlike its predecessor telnet, which sends packets of data containing plain text, which may include passwords and compromise security. SSH is available for […]
A Git Branch is a separate line of development in a software project. User can create a branch, and keep on committing their changes to this branch without messing the original ‘master’ branch. Usually, each developer working on a code makes his/her changes in a separate branch. Git offers features to merge the branch with […]
Quickly find your Ubuntu version and Code name
Git is one of the most widely used version control systems today. All kinds of software development, from tiny projects to production level enterprise products, everything uses Git today. Although Git is used as a decentralized version control system, i.e., each user can have his/her own version of the code, there is usually a central […]
Checking if a file or directory exists from a Bash script
Guide to using tar command to extract tar.gz files in Ubuntu, CentOS, Fedora, and other Linux distributions.
Using the if…else statement in Bash for conditional code execution.