This is an article which is showing steps to install Inkscape in Ubuntu 16.04. Inkscape itself is an SVG (Scalable Vector Graphic) utility for image editing. First of all, to install a new package or utility of Inkscape, just do the following thing :
1. By googling first, the page containing InkScape download page can be found where it displays the following instruction on installing InkScape :
2. To reach out for the inkscape’s installer for Ubuntu Linux 16.04 (Xenial Xerus), visit the following URL link :
3. Switch into root account as shown in the command’s execution below :
user@hostname:~$ sudo su -
[sudo] password for user:
4. In the above URL, there are specific instruction on installing Inkscape. Those instructions are :
Below is the execution of the above command and also the output of the command :
This is an article which is created to show how to convert mp4 file into an mp3 file in Linux operating system distribution which in this case, it is using Ubuntu 16.04 (Xenial Xerus). By executing the right command in the bash prompt, the main purpose of converting mp4 file to mp3 can be achieved. Below is the sample of the execution process with the command’s pattern :
ffmpeg -i mp4_file_name -b:a 192K -vn mp3_file_name
ffmpeg : It is the command which is execute a ffmpeg video converter
-i : It is the additional parameter used to specify the input file which is selected as the main source for converting to the destination file
mp4_file_name : It is the name of the source file
-b:a 192K : It is an additional parameter which is used to define bitrate of the audio encoding which is in this context 192kbps
-vn : It is an additional parameter which is used to strip the video stream from the file
mp3_file_name : It is the name of the destination file
Below is the execution of the above command in a real bash prompt along with the output generated by the command. In the command below, it is used to convert mp4 file into mp3 file :
This is an article relates to the series of the other articles concerning on installing Windows application inside Linux operating system’s environment. Read the article titled ‘Install PlayOnLinux on Ubuntu Linux 16.04‘ link to install PlayOnLinux first which is a utility used for further installation of Internet Explorer 8. As in the other article also has been written which is the Internet Explorer 7’s installation process titled ‘How to Install Internet Explorer 7 on Linux using PlayOnLinux‘ and it can be a useful reference.
The importance of installing another version of Internet Explorer which is newer than Internet Explorer 7 and in this context is the Internet Explorer 8 is shown in the image below :
How to Install Internet Explorer 8 on Linux using PlayOnLinux
Suddenly, while browsing using Internet Explorer 7 , it crashed and it is automatically shut off. So, instead of using unstable Internet Explorer 7 in Linux operating system, it has been decided to install the newer version of Internet Explorer hoping that it will run more stable. So, below is the installation steps of Internet Explorer 8 :
In this article, the description on how to install Internet Explorer 7 on Linux mainly Ubuntu Linux 16.04 (Xenial Xerus) will be delivered. As we already knew, the installation process cannot be instantly done since the application itself, in this case Internet Explorer 7 need to be emulated or to be executed with the help of other application, package or utilities.
Those application, package or utility will help Internet Explorer 7 to run under linux which is generally cannot be done in Linux variant operating system. One of the most popular tools recognized is ‘Wine’ and the other one recently acknowledge is ‘PlayOnLinux’.
To be able to install Internet Explorer 7, first of all, install PlayOnLinux in the host, workstation or server where is already installed Linux operating system but in the case of this article for an example, it is installed on Ubuntu Linux 16.04 (Xenial Xerus). The article can be found in the article titled ‘Install PlayOnLinux on Ubuntu Linux 16.04‘ link .
After successfully installed PlayOnLinux, run it so the following display of PlayOnLinux can be viewed :
How to Install Internet Explorer 7 on Linux using PlayOnLinux
In this article, there are descriptions given on how to set default umask for user exist in Linux operating system distribution. There are several ways on doing it depends on the situation or the requirement needed.
By the way, what is umask actually ?. It is one of the other generally known as a command exist in Linux operating system distribution . Well, based on Wikipedia, the definition of umask is “In computing, umask is a command that determines the settings of a mask that controls how file permissions are set for newly created files. It also may refer to a function that sets the mask, or it may refer to the mask itself, which is formally known as the file mode creation mask.” The definition of umask with detail and full description can be check in this link.
There are several ways on implementing umask based on the impact of the execution.
1. Temporary set umask just for temporary situation.
In case of certain need for a newly created file to have a different umask from the default umask assign to the file, just type the following command to change the default umask value to the new one. So, the newly created file will have a different umask from the default one. Below is the command’s pattern :