How To Split Up Larger Files Into Smaller Files In Linux

This article is about how to break up big files into a smaller number of files in sizes of your choice and later re-assemble the files into the original bigger file. This article will describe step-by-step how to break up big files, split them into smaller sized files, upload them to a server, and then re-assemble them back into the original file verifying everything along the way. Continue reading “How To Split Up Larger Files Into Smaller Files In Linux”

5 Reasons To Use A Virtual Machine

A virtual machine is a piece of software that emulates a real operating system. These days, there are many reasons why you might want to test out your website, app, or other digital product on several operating systems and using different browsers etc. While you could buy numerous products including dozens of mobile phones and several computers with different operating systems to test out your digital product, you can actually emulate many of them within just 1 computer. Popular virtual machines include Virtualbox, QEMU (my favorite), and others. This article will discuss 5 reasons to use a virtual machine. Continue reading “5 Reasons To Use A Virtual Machine”

How To Write An ISO File To A USB Flash Drive By Command Line In Linux

These days, CDs and DVDs are becoming more and more obsolete every day. Being able to write a Linux distro ISO to a USB drive is usually both faster and better than using a Linux CD or DVD. While there are many Graphical User Interface (GUI) tools to write an ISO to a flash drive, this article will discuss how to write an ISO file to a USB flash drive by command line in Linux. Continue reading “How To Write An ISO File To A USB Flash Drive By Command Line In Linux”