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What is Automation and Configuration Management with CHEF – Part 1

The post What is Automation and Configuration Management with CHEF – Part 1 first appeared on Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides .
Let’s take a simple scenario, you have 10 redhat servers where you have to create a ‘tecmint’ user in …

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Kali Linux 2021.1 Released

Kali Linux has released its first release of the year with 2021.1. The new release brings in several new features, new tools, and improvements. So let’s see what’s new in Kali Linux 2021.1. Kali Linux Kali Linux is a great Linux distribution for penetration testing. With the huge list of…

The post Kali Linux 2021.1 Released appeared first on Linux Tutorials, FOSS Reviews, Security News.

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Canonical Released New Ubuntu Kernel Security Update

Update Fixes Over 20 Vulnerabilities

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Install WordPress with LEMP Stack on Ubuntu 20.04

The post Install WordPress with LEMP Stack on Ubuntu 20.04 appeared first on LinOxide.

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How to Use the sipcalc Linux Command Line Tool

Display all of the IP-related information you need to fill in your DHCP information or set up your static IP addresses.
How to Use the sipcalc Linux Command Line Tool

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How to Use a Key-Value Dictionary in bash

While bash is not a general-purpose programming language, bash version 4 and higher supports dictionaries or associative arrays natively. 

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Change sudo password through Command Line in CentOS 8

Here’s a step-by-step on how a root user or user with sudo privileges can make this change.

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How to Delete Files Older than Specified Days in Linux

Using the find command allows you to search with parameters like the filename, size, type of file, etc.

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How to Use Two-Factor Authentication with Ubuntu

Any company or entity that takes security seriously needs to implement two-factor authentication (2FA).

How to Use Two-Factor Authentication with Ubuntu

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How to Find Files Based on Timestamp in Linux

Use the power of find to speed up your file searches.

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Best Free and Open Source Alternatives to Gmail

For a better way to email, FOSS gives you options.

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GNOME 40 Beta has been Released

Anyone looking to test the beta for the upcoming GNOME 40 release can now do so.

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GNOME 40 Beta Released for Public Testing, Here’s What’s New

The GNOME 40 beta release is packed with many other goodies.

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RSS Guard Is A Qt Desktop RSS Feed Reader, Syncs with Feedly, Google Reader API, More

RSS Guard is a free and open source reader for Microsoft Windows, Linux and macOS.

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Ward Server Monitoring Tool Keeps and Eye on System Resources Remotely

The free and open-source tool for Linux comes with a modern UI design with a dark theme and runs perfectly with all Linux distributions.

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How to Find Out Which Groups a User Belongs to in Linux

Use any one of the following methods to know what group (or groups) a user is in.

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Kali Linux’s First Release in 2021 Ships with Xfce 4.16, New Hacking Tools

You’ll want to download this release right now and install it on your personal computer.

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NoiseTorch Is A Real-Time Microphone Noise Suppression Application For Linux

Filter out unwanted background noise like the sound of your mechanical keyboard, computer fans, trains and so on.

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Install and Use Guacamole Remote Desktop on CentOS 8

Apache Guacamole is a free, open-source, web-based and clientless remote desktop application that supports standard protocols like VNC, RDP, and SSH. In this tutorial, we will show you how to install the Guacamole server on CentOS 8.

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Firefox 87 Enters Beta with the Backspace Key Disabled as a Back Button

Mozilla recommends that you use the Alt + Left arrow keyboard shortcut instead.

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