Ubuntu Tutorials

Ubuntu is an open-source operating system based on Debian Linux. It is a community-based Linux distribution. Ubuntu has several editions that support various use cases and can run on personal laptops and cloud servers.

Ubuntu is a popular Linux distribution that uses the GNOME graphical desktop environment, which is the default desktop environment for Ubuntu. Another popular desktop environment is the Plasma Desktop from KDE.

Ubuntu variants

Some of the Ubuntu variants are as follows:

  • Ubuntu Desktop
  • Ubuntu Server
  • Ubuntu Cloud
  • Ubuntu IoT
  • Edubuntu
  • Kubuntu

Ubuntu Desktop

This flavor of Ubuntu Desktop is designed for regular home and personal computer users. You can easily install it on your PC and enjoy the benefits of office tools like LibreOffice, email software Thunderbird, text editors, music, and video software.

Ubuntu Server

Ubuntu Server is utilized for hosting application and database servers, and has built-in support for cloud platforms.

Ubuntu Cloud

Ubuntu Cloud is for cloud machines or cloud production clusters.

Ubuntu IoT

Ubuntu IoT is for IoT devices, home appliances, industrial systems, etc.

Edubuntu is a free education-oriented Ubuntu for kids.

Kubuntu is like Ubuntu but based on KDE. The operating system’s look and feel are mostly different from Plasma Desktop.

Ubuntu Desktop GNOME

Ubuntu GNOME Desktop

Most tutorials use the Ubuntu version 20.x unless otherwise specified in the tutorials with GNOME 3.3x.

Bootable USB Pen drive

Bootable USB Pendrive with Ubuntu install files from .iso file:

Install Ubuntu on PC

Ubuntu Virtual Machine


Oracle JDK Install

Eclipse Install

Apache Web Server

JBoss Application Server

Maven Install

Testcase Management Tool


Official Links

Debian website: https://www.debian.org/

Ubuntu website: https://ubuntu.com/

Ubuntu is maintained and supported by Canonical company.

Canonical website: https://canonical.com/