CrossOver allows you to run Windows software on Linux, macOS, and ChromeOS.
It is not an emulator program. Instead, it provides a compatibility layer on top of your host operating system to make it possible to run Windows software.
In other words, it adds components that windows software needs to run on any supported OS.
But how well does it work? Can you run all Windows software using it? Is it a viable solution for you to ditch Windows for good?
Here, I shall share my experience with using CrossOver on Linux and sharing my experience with it.
Setting IP address after a fresh Linux installation is one of the mandatory skill that every Linux and Unix administrator should learn.
We can easily assign IP address in Linux that has GUI mode. However, configuring IP networking from command line mode is entirely different! This step by step tutorial describes how to configure static IP address in Linux and Unix operating systems from command line mode.
The steps provided below are tested on AlmaLinux 8, CentOS 8 server editions, Ubuntu 22.04, 18.04, and 16.04 server and desktop editions and FreeBSD 13, FreeBSD 12 server editions. However, it should work on most RPM-based and DEB-based Linux systems and BSD flavors.