How to Fix Python Pip Install Error in Ubuntu 24.04

When using pip command to install a Python package in Ubuntu 24.04 will output “error: externally-managed-environment“. Here are a few workarounds to ‘fix’ the issue.

Source: How to Fix Python Pip Install Error in Ubuntu 24.04 | UbuntuHandbook

The Shell Scripting Guide: From Basics to Advanced Concepts

This guide covers foundational principles and swiftly transition into advanced features, ensuring a deep understanding of the subject. We also address common challenges in the ‘Troubleshooting’ chapter, helping you navigate any hiccups along the way. Finally, we will explore how shell scripts interact and integrate with third-party tools.

Source: The Shell Scripting Guide: From Basics to Advanced Concepts (Squash)

How to Install GNOME Shell Extensions on Ubuntu and Other Linux Distros

Discover a step-by-step guide to setup GNOME shell extensions on Ubuntu and other Linux distros, and later install your favorite GNOME extensions.

Source: How to Install GNOME Shell Extensions on Ubuntu and Other Linux Distros (Ubuntu Shell)

8 Best Free Disk Cloning & Backup Tools for Linux (2024)

Disk cloning is the process of copying data from one hard disk to another. While you can perform this task using copy-and-paste methods, it’s important to note that such manual processes may not capture hidden files and folders.

That’s why you need cloning software to do the job, also you may need the cloning process to save a backup image from your files and folders.

Source: 8 Best Free Disk Cloning & Backup Tools for Linux (2024) (TecMint)

How To Prevent Crontab Entries From Accidental Deletion In Linux

Discover how to recover lost crontab entries, back them up regularly, and prevent Crontab entries from accidental deletion in Linux.

Source: How To Prevent Crontab Entries From Accidental Deletion In Linux – OSTechNix

How to connect to Raspberry Pi Desktop using wayvnc VNC Server

The following description is from a (slightly edited) Mastodon post:

When I prepared a Raspberry Pi with the latest Raspberry Pi OS (based on Debian Bookworm) as a monitoring and observability display, I noticed the “wayvnc” package during the dist-upgrade.

Turns out this is a pre-installed VNC server package – at least on the Desktop variant.

But how can the VNC Server be configured and started and more importantly, how can I connect using a VNC viewer? Figured it out and wrote about it

Link: How to connect to Raspberry Pi Desktop using wayvnc VNC Server (Claudio Kuenzler)
Also see: Virtual Network Computing (VNC) in the Raspberry Pi Documentation

Running a Mastodon instance entirely free forever

My single-user Mastodon instance has been ticking away at phocks.eu.org for a while now, over a year at least. All up, I’ve paid zero dollars to keep it running. I’ve had a few people ask me to write up something about it, so here it is.

If you’re comfortable logging into a Linux server via SSH and running commands you shouldn’t have any major troubles setting it up, but it will take a few hours of work. Enjoy!

Source: Running a Mastodon instance entirely free forever | Josh’s Cool Dev Blog

Bash Operators & Shell Tricks: Level Up Your Scripting

Learn about logical operators and shell expansions, in the second article in this multi-part series on programming with Bash. Author’s note: The articles in this series first appeared at Opensource.com. The original articles consisted of two series and the rest were published as stand-alone articles. These have all been merged into a single series with updates and modifications for that purpose.

Source: Bash Operators & Shell Tricks: Level Up Your Scripting – OpenSource.net

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