3 Bash VS Code Linux Extensions You Should be Using

Have you been following our Beginner’s Guide to Bash Scripting series? If not, check it out. I do most of my programming in all languages using Visual Studio Code (VS Code) on Linux. I enjoy how easy it is to use as well as some of the integrations it offers, but also the extensions that are available. For Bash, there are quite a few extensions available that will extend VS Code to make your coding more efficient and error-free....

02-07-2023 · Adam

Manjaro vs Ubuntu - Rolling Better than LTS?

If you want to start a fight between Linux users, just ask them what Linux distro is the best, such as Ubuntu and Manjaro. Sure, you will see some commonality in the answers but you’ll also see a lot of arguments over rolling release and LTS. So, in this post, we will compare Manjaro, a rolling release, and Ubuntu, an LTS Linux release. Both of which rank highly on DistroWatch. For this comparison, we will use Ubuntu 22....

02-07-2023 · Adam

Part 3 – Beginners Guide to Bash Scripting

This guide is part of a series, be sure to check out the other parts as well. Part 1 - Introduction to Bash, Variables, Comments, User Input Part 2 - If/Else Statements, Looping Part 3 - Functions in Bash (This Page) Part 4 - Creating Menus in Bash Welcome back to Part 3 of our Beginners Guide to Bash Scripting. In this guide, we’ll be talking about functions in bash scripting....

02-04-2023 · Adam

Install GCC on Ubuntu Linux

GCC which stands for GNU Compiler Collection, is a collection of compilers for many different languages on Linux. For example, GCC can compile source code from C, C++, Fortran, Go, Objective C, and more. GCC is compatible with a long list of architectures, such as i386, ia64, ARM, and more. Is GCC Just for Linux? No, GCC is not limited to Linux. GCC stands for GNU Compiler Collection and is developed by the Free Software Foundation as part of the GNU project....

02-03-2023 · Adam

Part 2 - Beginners Guide to Bash Scripting

This guide is part of a series, be sure to check out the other parts as well. Part 1 - Introduction to Bash, Variables, Comments, User Input Part 2 - If/Else Statements, Looping (This Page) Part 3 - Functions in Bash Part 4 - Creating Menus in Bash In this part, we will be covering the following topics related to Bash scripting on Linux. If/Else Statement Loops Being able to control the flow, do comparisons, make decisions and loop are all core parts of any programming or scripting language....

02-01-2023 · Adam