How to Create Bootable Ubuntu USB flash Drive from Terminal

Create Bootable Ubuntu USB flash

In this article, we are going to show how to create a bootable USB flash drive from the terminal. We are going to use Ubuntu 18.04 ISO file for creating a bootable USB flash drive. You can download mentioned .ISO [...]

Hayk Gevorgyan 12:05 am

How to Change Boot Splash Image in CentOS 7

change boot splash

In this how to change boot splash image in CentOS 7 guide, we'll have a look at different ways to set custom splash screen on CentOS 7. By default, CentOS will display a progress bar when it's booting up. This progress [...]

Josphat Mutai 12:05 am

How to Create Bootable Arch Linux on USB Drive

Arch Linux bootable USB

This article explains how to create an Arch Linux bootable USB thumb drive. It will allow you to install the OS on a PC, or simply test it in Live mode. The following methods will also work for any other [...]

Ivo Ursino 12:05 am

Chkservice - A Tool to Manage Systemd Units on Linux

chkservice systemd

Systemd is a system and service manager for Linux operating systems which introduces the concept of systemd units and provides a number of features such as parallel startup of system services at boot time, on-demand activation of daemons, etc. It helps to manage [...]

Alain Francois 3:22 am

5 Steps Start Ubuntu 16.04, 17.04 in Text Mode

ubuntu start text mode

The advantages of text modes as compared to graphics modes include lower memory consumption and faster screen manipulation. Text mode or console mode or command line mode saves a lot of RAM uses so most of the time it is [...]

Pradip Sakhavala 5:50 am

How to Boot Linux ISO Image Directly from Hard Drive


Hi all, today we'll teach you an awesome interesting stuff related with the Operating System Disk Image and Booting. Now, try many OS you like without installing them in your Physical Hard Drive and without burning DVDs or USBs. We can [...]

Arun Pyasi 8:00 am

Grub vs Grub2 Bootloader - Learn the Main Difference

In this tutorial, I am going to provide some understanding of Linux boot loader GRUB (Grand Unified Boot loader). If you have an understanding of the working pattern of GRUB then it can help you to know how the operating [...]

Bobbin Zachariah 11:33 pm

Fstab File ( /etc/fstab ) Entry Options in Linux

Linux Fstab

The ‘/etc/fstab’ file is one of the important configuration file used by Linux machines which specify the devices and partitions available and where/how to use these partitions. This file will be created/updated during the system installation. You need to modify [...]

Bobbin Zachariah 7:58 pm

How to Set GRUB Password on Linux

Redhat enterprise linux 5 grub

GNU GRUB is the GRand Unified Bootloader from GNU. Bootloader is the first software program that runs during the system startup. GRUB can load different operating systems. If you have Linux installed on your system, then you must have seen [...]

Bobbin Zachariah 9:23 pm

What is Initrd Image? How to Create Initrd Image in Linux

The boot process of a Linux system involves a number of stages. These include the BIOS initialization, reading the MBR, the bootloader, kernel initialization and the init process. The initrd (initial ramdisk) plays a very significant role in booting up [...]

Raghu 10:32 pm

Linux Boot Process Explained in Simple Steps

This tutorial describes the Linux booting process in detail, such as the stages involved, which scripts are run, which configuration files are read and their order, since the time of turning on the system till getting the login prompt. 1) [...]

Raghu 5:56 pm

How to Boot into Root Shell without Password

This is a very short article to show you a simple trick to boot your Linux into root shell without prompting any password. Take the following steps: 1. Reboot server 2. Next, you will see grub-boot loader screen. Select Recovery [...]

Bobbin Zachariah 10:16 pm

How to Boot Linux Grub into Single User Mode

Single User Mode

GRUB is a GRand Unified Bootloader, the default bootloader in Linux. GRUB can be used to boot Linux in the single user mode. The single user mode is a restricted mode, that is used for maintenance purposes. In single user [...]

Bobbin Zachariah 11:20 am

Learn 5 Simple Tips to Fix Booting Issues in Linux

Booting Linux

As for many systems, you can use it every day but it can happen that for some reason, your Linux wont boot and you need to know how you can do in these situations. Some Linux distributions don't offer a [...]

Bobbin Zachariah 4:36 pm