Dual booting Ubuntu and Windows will provide you the best of both worlds without having to virtualise either of them. This means you get the full to use the full potential of both operating systems without any compromise.
Wireshark is a free and open-source packet analyzer. It is used for network troubleshooting, analysis, software and communications protocol development. It lets you see what’s happening on your network at a microscopic level and is the de facto (and often de jure) standard across many commercial and non-profit enterprises, government agencies, and educational institutions. Wireshark is a cross-platform tool that runs on Linux, Microsoft Windows, MacOS, BSD, Solaris, and other Unix-like operating systems.
Samba is an open-source software suite that runs on Unix/Linux based platforms but is able to communicate with Windows clients like a native application. So Samba is able to provide this service by employing the Common Internet File System (CIFS).
So Hulu used to have an app available on Linux but it is no more in development. No problem since Hulu is available via the browser, right? But no!. Hulu won’t work with either Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox by default on Linux. This is because Hulu is just being stubborn by still providing its services with Adobe Flash (should be dead already) instead of switching to HTML5.
The first tab deals with the list of Operating systems to boot. At the top, we see the save button along with remove, edit, new and priority managers. We use the new entry button to add a new OS or kernel. The remove button to remove any unnecessary entries in list. The edit button to edit a configured entry. Let’s add a new entry.
There are several tools for network scanning in Linux and for this time we’re going to talk about Angry IP Scanner. If you have used tools like Nmap, you will understand Angry IP Scanner easily.
Have you ever wonder how everything works? From Smartphones Operating Systems to even each and every Linux Distro and every Operating System created by Microsoft and Apple. How does it play my favorite music? How does it save my files to the cloud? How does actually everything works? All this questions are answered with one big bolded and all capital “PROGRAMMING”.