If you have installed CentOS in VirtualBox 6.1 and having issues in Full screen. Then follow the commands below
Steps to enable ethernet in your CentOS machine.
Step 1. Edit /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 file and change ONBOOT value from no to “yes”
sudo yum install xorg
Change Boot order in VB
Goto VB Display increase RAM to 128 MB
Goto VB > System > Pointing Device > USB Tablet sudo yum -y install gcc sudo yum install make perl sudo yum -y install kernel-devel-$(uname -r) sudo yum install elfutils-libelf-devel
Eject VirtualBox Guest Addon inside CentOS
Install Virtual box guest addon and restart the CentOS
Now try running in full screen and it should work.
Try referring the below youtube link
Quick snapshot on how to calculate compound interest in Microsoft Excel.
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Java used to be a favourite programming language for most of the developers. It was initially developed by sun microsystems. Oracle then took over Sun microsystems. Java used to be free until version 8 (Java 8). But Oracle has changed its license agreements recently. The following link provides clarity on the terms and condition to use Java. Following are free Java alternatives.
If you are new to Azure cloud computing, then the best way to learn is by going through the Microsoft Azure fundamentals course. Very well crafted course for beginners.
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The following URL is the cheat sheet for calculating the numbers of ip address from a CIDR range.
NodeJS should not be installed using sudo / root. The following link has the details for correct nodejs installation
The following URL provides a basic understanding of installing and managing Kubernetes (K8s).