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How To Host Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Server on Ubuntu

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive popularly known as CS: GO is one of the most popular games of all time. Released in 1999, the game involves two teams where the Terrorist team tries to plant explosives whereas the Counter-Terrorists team tries to prevent it. After nearly 21 years of its launch, the…

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Install Discord On Linux

When you divide gaming into two eras, then you get gaming before the advent of Discord and after the advent of Discord. It has changed how gamers used to communicate during a game. Itโ€™s not that there was no messaging app earlier, but Discord made it extremely easy to create…

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Things To Remember Before Upgrading Production Server

Server security is the topmost priority for every system administrator. Besides having third-party security tools like Firewall, DDoS protection, etc. it is extremely important to keep every piece of code up-to-date on your production server. When your application is in production, upgrading it is riskier. If your server is powered…

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Git Remote Add With Another SSH Port (Not 22)

In this brief article, you will learn to add a git remote with another SSH Port. By default, SSH server listens on port 22. If the SSH server runs on any other port, the command to add remote will fail with error ssh: connect to host 192.158.xx.xx port 22: Connection…

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Install And Remove Software In Manjaro

Linux distributions have come a long way since its inception. There was a time when it used to be difficult for new users to perform simple tasks such as installing an application on Linux. The desktop environments are much easier to understand than before. One of the best parts of…

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Install LAMP On Manjaro

LAMP stands for Linux, Apache, MySQL/MariaDB, and PHP or Perl or Python. If you are using Manjaro, you can easily install LAMP on Manjaro.

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Set up Email Server With Virtualmin For Unlimited Emails & Storage

In the Linux cPanel series, I reviewed Virtualmin, one of the best open-source cPanels for websites and email servers. Virtualmin is built on top of Webmin, another great, free & open source website control panel. Whatโ€™s great about Virtualmin is that it lets users create virtual servers in an extremely…

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