Tag: Linux Mint

How to install PowerShell in Linux Mint

The PowerShell installation instructions often forget about Linux Mint, apparently, their authors believe that Linux Mint users do not need PowerShell. Let's fill that gap and take a look at how to install PowerShell in Linux Mint.

Linux Mint has several versions – “regular”, (more…)

How to install a web server (Apache, PHP, MySQL, phpMyAdmin) on Linux Mint, Ubuntu and Debian

If you are a webmaster, or a PHP programmer, or you just need to run a website on your computer, then you can do it using a web server. On Linux, the web server (Apache) and related components (PHP, MySQL, phpMyAdmin) are installed in just a few commands.

This tutorial will show you how to (more…)

Chromium will no longer sync passwords – what should Linux users do?

Chrome and Chromium on Linux

Everyone knows the Google Chrome web browser. Chromium is at its core. That is, Chromium is the open source web browser that Google builds on the Chrome web browser, adding proprietary (i.e. closed) code to it.

The Chrome browser is distributed by Google (more…)

Error “Cannot load modules/libphp7.so” (SOLVED)

Some Linux distributions have already started migrating to PHP 8. The new version of PHP removes the old one, as a result of which the web server may stop working due to the fact that the files specified in the web server configuration are missing or renamed.

Examples of errors you may encounter:

httpd: (more…)

Error in LMDE “cryptsetup: WARNING: The initramfs image may not contain cryptsetup binaries nor crypto modules” (SOLVED)

When updating the system, if it was necessary to rebuild initramfs (usually necessary after every Linux kernel update), a warning appeared in LMDE and other Linux distributions. This is not a critical warning and not an error – in fact, this is information about incorrect system configuration. Example (more…)

How to configure Linux LMDE login without entering a password

LMDE is the Linux Mint Debian Edition. As with all Linux Mint, during installation, you can select the option “automatic login”, that is, login to Linux without entering a user and password.

If during installation you did not select this option, and then changed your mind and decided (more…)

How to install VirtualBox Guest Additions in Linux LMDE

LMDE is the Linux Mint Debian Edition, i.e. Linux Mint based on Debian.

VirtualBox Guest Additions are kernel modules (drivers) that are needed if you run Linux LMDE in a VirtualBox virtual machine.

Thanks to guest additions it is possible:

  • enable a shared clipboard between (more…)

How to check if a package is installed on Linux Mint

All Linux distributions consist of the same components: kernel, display manager, graphical desktop environment, pre-installed programs. To make users somehow distinguish distributions from each other, their builders install different wallpapers and add their own programs.

Unfortunately, the (more…)

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