Ubuntu

How To Use dpkg On Linux

Dpkg is the abbreviation of the Debian package. It is a suite management system specially developed for the “Debian” operating system, which is used for software installation, update, and removal. All Linux distributions from “Debian” use dpkg, such as “Ubuntu”.

How To Fix The Error waiting for cache lock: Could not get lock /var/lib/dpkg/lock-frontend. It is held by process 13083 (unattended-upgr)

Recently, I run the command $ sudo apt update in my Ubuntu virtual machine, it runs successfully. But after that, when I run the command $ sudo apt upgrade, it show me the warning message Waiting for cache lock: Could not get lock /var/lib/dpkg/lock-frontend. It is held by process 12827 (unattended-upgr). This article will tell …

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How To Install V2ray On Amazon EC2 And Google Cloud Ubuntu Linux

V2ray is similar but better than ShadowSocks. This article will tell you how to install v2ray on an Ubuntu Linux server. It also tells you how to use the v2ray client to access the v2ray server. Before starting, you should know that v2ray has strict requirements on time. It is required that the absolute value …

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