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Increase the Disk Space of an AWS EC2 Ubuntu Instance

Simply increasing the size of a volume does not increase the size of the partition; its file system must be extended.

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How to Measure Elapsed Time in bash

Easily measure elapsed time with various resolutions (e.g., in seconds, in milliseconds, in microseconds) in bash.

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AlmaLinux is the Open-Source RHEL Fork Built by CloudLinux

The debut of the 1:1 binary compatible fork of RHEL® 8 follows the demise of the CentOS stable release.

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Use JoomScan to Scan Joomla for Vulnerabilities on Kali

Joomla lets you publish a polished website very quickly, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t take some extra time to secure it.
Use JoomScan to Scan Joomla for Vulnerabilities on Kali

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Using nmap Results to Help Harden Linux Systems

Find the soft spots before the bad guys do.

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How to Setup Name-Based and IP-Based Virtual Hosts (Server Blocks) with Nginx

Set up name-based and ip-based virtual hosting in CentOS/RHEL 7 servers and Debian 8 and derivatives.

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Different Ways to Use Column Command in Linux

Ever been in a situation when working with CSV files and need to produce output in structured tabular format? column gets it done.

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How to Install Arkime Full Packet Capture tool on Ubuntu 20.04

Arkime, also known as Moloch, is an open-source and large-scale indexed packet capture and search tool. In this post, we will show you how to install the Arkime Packet Capture tool on Ubuntu 20.04.

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How to Work With GitHub Flavored Markdown in Linux

The post How to Work With GitHub Flavored Markdown in Linux first appeared on Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides .
Markdown is a formatting language that is created for the web. The purpose of markdown is to make life easy when we are writing on…

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Ten Best Compression Tools for Linux

 Small(er) is beautiful; here are top compression tools to try.

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First Look at Ubuntu’s New Desktop Installer

The Ubuntu Desktop flavor will have a more modern design that leverages Google’s Flutter UI SDK.

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The screen command Can Improve Your Productivity on Linux Terminal

Master Linux’s screen command with this tutorial and presents several use cases of screen.

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Use gImageReader to Extract Text from Images and PDFs on Linux

gImageReader is a GUI tool that uses the Tesseract OCR engine to extract texts from images and PDF files in Linux.

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How to Setup APT Proxy on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

If your network is behind a proxy server then you will need to set up a proxy in your web browser or network proxy setting to access the internet.

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Building a Linux Container by Hand Using Namespaces

Take a look a few of the more important namespaces through the lens of creating a primitive Linux container.

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Linus Torvalds Fixes ‘Double Ungood’ Linux Kernel Bug

Torvalds has launched a new version of 5.12, which doesn’t include the mistake.

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Best Linux Distros For Mac Users: Top 3 Distros

When you’re ready to boot into a new kind of *nix environment, these three Linux distros are a great place to start.

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3 Reasons Why You Should Consider Becoming a Digital Marketer

As children, we dream of becoming astronauts, actors, dancers, footballers, and all sorts, and while some do achieve those goals most of us end up going down a different road. In our current society, digital marketing is rapidly becoming one of the mos…

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What Are Log Analysis Tools and Why Should You Use One?

As IT infrastructures become larger and more complex, it’s important to make sure they’re properly monitored. Log analysis tools can help to do this, providing insights into the health and security of your system.These operating systems can generate me…

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Look Up Word Definitions with WordNet and a Shell Script

Introducing the technical writer’s secret weapon.

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