How to work with flatpak on Linux Mint or Linux

Flatpak is a relatively new way of managing Linux packages. The basic commands of Flatpak are given below. To list flatpaks, use the below command in a terminal window: $ sudo flatpak list <enter> It will display the following output:Name Application ID Version Branch InstallationMint-Y Gtk Theme org.gtk.Gtk3theme.Mint-Y 3.22 systemMint-Y-Aqua Gtk Theā€¦ org.gtk.Gtk3theme.Mint-Y-Aqua 3.22 system … Continue reading How to work with flatpak on Linux Mint or Linux

How to fix global nodemon node package install error on Linux

To install nodemon globally on Linux, below command:$ npm install -g nodemon <enter> will not work as it requires root privileges. If it is installed with :$ sudo npm install -g nodemon <enter> it will install on the local machine in the root folders. If we do not want to install it globally on our … Continue reading How to fix global nodemon node package install error on Linux

How to install node.js on Linux Mint or Ubuntu Linux

To install node.js for LinuxMint Vera (21.1) or Ubuntu, do followingVisit https://github.com/nodesource/distributions#deb Follow the instructions to install the .deb file on your system at https://github.com/nodesource/distributions#debinstall. Open a linux terminal window and enter the following: $ curl -fsSL https://deb.nodesource.com/setup_18.x | sudo -E bash - &&\sudo apt-get install -y nodejs <enter> It will now install node.js on … Continue reading How to install node.js on Linux Mint or Ubuntu Linux

How to install python3 on Linux

Install python3 $ sudo apt-get install python3-pip python3-venv python3 <enter> Make an isolated environment$ mkdir environment <enter>$ cd environment <enter>$ python3 -m venv my_env <enter> where my_env is the isolated environment$ ls my_env <enter> to display the created folders Activate the isolated environment$ source ~/environment/my_env/bin/activate <enter> This will be the resulting prompt(my_env) patrick@rm01:~/environments$ Create a … Continue reading How to install python3 on Linux

How to use deja-dup for data backups on Linux

Deja-dup is a Gnome application. It can be used for data backups of the computer to a USB drive, another hard disk, folder or even to the cloud. Data backups are encrypted using the Gnu Privacy Guard (GPG) shared key as they are done. The first backup takes time, depending on the data to be … Continue reading How to use deja-dup for data backups on Linux

Exodus Permissions and Trackers Report for Android Applications

If you need to find out the permissions and trackers that are required or in use by an Android application, visit, https://reports.exodus-privacy.eu.org/en/. Here, you can enter the application URL of any application from any app store and can see the results of the permissions the applications require and the trackers they use. As an example, … Continue reading Exodus Permissions and Trackers Report for Android Applications

How to restore or reinstall package uninstalled on android using adb

To reinstall an existing uninstalled package on a Samsung Android phone, connect the device to the computer in developer mode and start up ADB. List all uninstalled packages and check the package name that is to be reinstalled, for example, gallery3d, in the adb window, enter:pm list packages -u | grep "gallery" <enter> To install … Continue reading How to restore or reinstall package uninstalled on android using adb

How to install Adobe Reader for Linux on Linux Mint or Ubuntu

Download the last Linux version of Adobe Acrobat Reader from the archives of Adobe after opening a terminal window and enter:$ wget ftp://ftp.adobe.com/pub/adobe/reader/unix/9.x/9.5.5/enu/AdbeRdr9.5.5-1_i386linux_enu.deb <enter> To install open a terminal window and enter:$ sudo apt-get install ./AdbeRdr9.5.5-1_i386linux_enu.deb <enter> A word of caution that it may be outdated and unpatched.