The following commands add user deluge or any other username of your choice. You can use user ubuntu or ec2-user to run deluge but it is best to create a new user to run deluge.
Type in the password for user deluge when prompted. You can leave the rest of the fields empty.
I prefer to run a separate screen session and I named it deluge. Within the screen session I switch to user deluge created earlier. Then run deluge. To detach from the screen session, press Ctrl+A, Ctrl+D.
screen -S deluge
sudo su - deluge
Login Deluge web UI
Assuming your Ubuntu IP is 10.0.0.123. Then go to http://10.0.0.123:8112 to login to Deluge web UI. The default password is “deluge“. You will be prompted to change the password once logged in.
In this post, I am setting up React Native in Ubuntu 18.04. Before we begin, we need to check if we have all the prerequisites. Once all prerequisites are installed, we will proceed with setting up a React Native project. Finally running the app in Expo app in iOS and Android.
Java Development Kit (JDK)
Check your JDK version to see if you currently have JDK installed. In my screenshot, I do not have JDK installed.
# Check if you have JDK installed
# Run the below command to install JDK
sudo apt install openjdk-8-jdk-headless
Check your python version to see if you had python installed.
# Check your python version
# Run the below command to install python
sudo apt install python
Node.js and npm
Check your Node.js and npm version to see if you had it installed.
I am running Ubuntu 18.04 in Oracle VM VirtualBox and I set up a shared folder to my host OS. To have the shared folder I need to install guest additions which I can’t seem to set up when I’m using Ubuntu Server.
What I did is, I install Ubuntu Desktop, set up the shared folder and within the GUI I configured my static IP. After that, I turn off the GUI. Use the commands below to do that.
# To disable GUI
sudo systemctl set-default multi-user.target
# To re-enable GUI
sudo systemctl set-default graphical.target
# To run GUI temporarily after disabling GUI
sudo systemctl start gdm3.service
Permission to the shared folder
The shared folder is under the group vboxsf. Assuming my username is ubuntu. I’ll need to run the below command to gain access to my folder.