How to enable PowerTools Repository on Rocky Linux 8

Enable PowerTools repository on Rocky Linux 8

If you are using the EPEL repository then also enable PowerTools repo on Rocky Linux server or desktop to install developer-related software packages.  The command given in this tutorial can also be used for CentOS8 and RHEL8. What is PowerTools? PowerTools is a repository that …

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How to install Anydesk on Rocky Linux 8

AnyDesk Installation on Rocky Linux 8

AnyDesk is a Teamviewer alternative that we can install on Linux, FreeBSD, macOS, Windows, iOS, Android, ChromeOS, and Raspberry Pi. It helps us to easily and quickly establish a connection between computers to remotely access and share the screen. Just like Teamviewer, the content can …

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How to install Mattermost on Rocky Linux 8

Mattermost Dashboard Rocky Linux

Mattermost is an open-source instant messaging service. It comes in both free and paid versions. It can be operated either in the cloud or on-premise as a web application. Here we learn how to install and configure Mattermost on Rocky Linux. Mattermost enables the communication …

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How to install Docker CE on Rocky Linux 8

Command to Check Docker info

Docker community edition is open-source software available to install on almost all popular operating systems. We can easily install various container-based software to perform various common and server-side tasks. However, to use docker, we first have to install it and here we will show how …

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Steps to Install Xfce Desktop on Rocky Linux 8

Install XFCE Desktop environment on Rocky Linux 8

If you are using the command-line interface Rocky Linux 8 minimal or standard version, then here are the steps to install the Xfce4 desktop environment on it… RockyLinux full DVD ISO comes with few Desktop environment options such as Gnome and KDE, however, if you …

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How to Enable EPEL Repository on Rocky Linux 8

Install EPEL repository in Rocky Linux 8

EPEL stands for Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux and is the most important external package source for RHEL and CentOS users. EPEL is so important because Red Hat traditionally delivers/maintains far fewer packages than Debian or Ubuntu, for example. RHEL / CentOS users who also …

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