Category: Ubuntu

  • How to run Python 3 virtualenv in Ubuntu

    As best practice, whenever you have a new project in Python you should always run it in a virtual environment so that packages will not be installed globally that may affect system tools. The most common virtual environment for Python3 is virtualenv. By default, Python3 is already installed in Ubuntu, but virtualenv is not. The […]

  • How to install pip3 in Ubuntu

    If you’ve installed Ubuntu recently, by default it comes with Python 3 installed. The issue is when you want to install a Python package, then you will need pip3.

  • How to show battery percentage in Ubuntu 22.04

    If you are the type of person who wants to know your battery percentage without clicking anything then you will not be happy with the default system tray battery icon of Ubuntu 22.04, since it does not show the battery percentage. Follow the tutorial below on how you can always show the Battery Percentage in […]

  • How to disable screen lock in Ubuntu 22.04 Desktop

    If you are idle for 5 minutes on a fresh install Ubuntu 22.04 Desktop, you’ll be surprised that a lock screen will display and you have to re-login. Lock screens are not actually bad since it’s a security feature that will help prevent other people operating your computer when you left it alone. But for […]

  • How to update Ubuntu 20.04 LTS to the latest packages

    For every new installation of Ubuntu 20.04 LTS the first thing that we need to do is to update Ubuntu and its packages. I would also recommend updating your Ubuntu Operating System once every month to update the security of your Ubuntu 20.04 LTS. If you are running Ubuntu Server, the only way to do […]