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9 Things to Do After Installing Kubuntu 24.04 Command Line

9 Things to Do After Installing Kubuntu 24.04 Command Line

9 things to do after installing Kubuntu 24.04 to make life easier. Kubuntu shipped with KDE Plasma desktop 5.27.11 by default and as we know Plasma Desktop known for customization but for this we need to do some things command line  given below

Kubuntu 24.0

1. Update Kubuntu 24.04

Ensure you have the latest software and security patches by running Linux  commands given below in konsole / Terminal

sudo apt update
sudo apt dist-upgrade
or
sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade -y

2. Install Restricted Codes in Kubuntu 24.04

Install codecs for playing popular media formats like MP3 and DVDs

sudo apt install ubuntu-restricted-extras

3. Install more fonts in Kubuntu 24.04

sudo apt install fonts-open-sans fonts-roboto fonts-oxygen fonts-lato

4. Install VLC

sudo apt install vlc

5. Install Video Editor

sudo apt install kdenlive
sudo apt install openshot-qt

6. Install Graphic manipulation tools

sudo apt install inkscape
sudo apt install gimp
sudo apt install krita

7. Webcam Tool

sudo apt install kamoso
sudo apt install cheese

8. Install Screen Recorder:

Install OBS Studio (also Wayland)

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:obsproject/obs-studio
sudo apt update
sudo apt install ffmpeg obs-studio

9. Install Visual studio code

sudo apt install code

If anything left then please let me know through comments.

ExtraTip : If someone want to install xampp then please follow this tutorial “How to install Xampp on Linux”.

 

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Linux command line tutorial for Beginners

Linux command line tutorial for Beginners

In this tutorial we are going to learn Linux’s basic commands that can make your life easier, if you are new to Linux  then this tutorial is for you. I am trying to make this tutorial easy to use as purely target to beginners, if you have any doubt then comment, I will try to solve your queries.

Lets move to the topic,  if you are going learn commands first  you have to about Linux.

What is Linux ?

As per Wikipedia “Linux is a family of open source Unix-like operating systems based on the Linux kernel, an operating system kernel first released on September 17, 1991, by Linus Torvalds”, In simple terms its a operating system like Windows 7, 10 , MAC.

Now move to Linux Commands, Just like Windows XP, 7 or 10 “command prompt” , Linux has more powerful alternative called Terminal, Konsole ….

What is  a Command ?

“A command is a directive to a computer program to perform a specific task. It may be issued via a command-line interface, such as a shell, or as input to a network service as part of a network protocol, or as an event in a graphical user interface triggered by the user selecting an option in a menu”.

For Example if you run command ls in terminal , it will display list of files and folder. lets have a look on Screen shot given below

List of basic Linux Commands

Below in the table I am trying to list basic commands and their usages

CommandUsages
cdalso known as chdir (change directory), Open terminal and run
cd foldername
pwdalso known as present working directory, Open terminal and run
pwd
it will output like home/sanjay
mkdiralso known as make directory, it used to create directory, Open terminal and run
mkdir codentricks
it will create a directory codentricks
lsalso known as list directory, Open terminal and run
ls
it will display list of files and folder
catCat(concatenate) command is very frequently used in Linux. It reads data from the file and gives their content as output. It helps us to create, view, concatenate files. So let us see some frequently used cat commands., open terminal and run

cat sanjay.txt

if will display content of sanjay.txt, for creating a file name codentricks.docx open terminal and run

cat >codentricks.docx