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VMware’s Dirk Hohndel Talks (What Else) Open Source

Dirk Hohndel, VMWare’s chief open source officer, talked about the “symbiotic relationship” between open source and the enterprise.

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How to install Etherpad on Ubuntu 20.04

Etherpad is a web-based real-time online editor

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Auditing network services with netstat in linux

The following are two reasons why you would want to keep track of what network services are running on your system: To ensure that no legitimate network services that you don’t need are running To ensure that you don’t have any malware that’s listening for network connections from its master You can use the following […]

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Web server scanning with Nikto in Linux

Nikto is a special-purpose tool with only one purpose; that is, it’s meant to scan web servers, and only web servers. It’s easy to install, easy to use, and capable of doing a comprehensive scan of a web server fairly quickly. Nikto is built on LibWhisker2 (by RFP) and can run on any platform which […]

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How to read and correct SELinux denial messages

A look at SELinux denial messages

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Display Ping Command Output In Graph Format Using Gping

the brief history of ping network administration

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Manage AppImages, AUR, Flatpaks And Snaps With Bauh

There are multitude of Linux variants exists. Developing and maintaining applications for all Linux…
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How to Install Calibre Ebook Server on Ubuntu 20.04

Calibre is a free and open-source e-book manager. It ships as a cross-platform desktop application along with a server component and can be used to manage your e-book library.

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How to Install Fedora 33 Server

Fedora 33 was released with a server edition, and in this tutorial, we shall go through the various steps of how to install the Fedora 33 server with screenshots. There are some crucial improvements
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How to Trace Program Execution Using Linux Strace Command

The strace is a powerful command-line tool for process monitoring, diagnostic and troubleshooting programs in Linux. Generally, it is used to intercept and record the system calls and the signals received by a process. You can use strace to analyze […..

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How to install Etherpad on Ubuntu 20.04

Etherpad is a web-based real-time online editor that allows writers to simultaneously edit a text document and monitor all edits in realtime. In this tutorial, we will show you how to install Etherpad on Ubuntu 20.04 server.

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How to Install and Configure OpenLDAP and phpLDAPadmin on Ubuntu 20.04

LDAP is a Lightweight Directory Access Protocol used for accessing and maintaining distributed directory over an internet protocol. phpLDAPadmin is a web-based LDAP client used for managing and administering an LDAP server.

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How to Install Microsoft Edge Browser in Linux

Long gone days where Microsoft products are not open-source and architected only for Windows. In their efforts to make a strong footprint in the Linux market, Microsoft has announced on “Microsoft Ignite 2020” Edge
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Best Diff Tools to Compare File Contents on Linux

Diff tools are used by countless people all around the world, be it developers, web designers, editors, photographers, engineers, the possibilities are countless. They use these tools to find out the differences between different files, folders, and di…

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How to Install and Create a Blog with Hexo on Ubuntu 20.04

Hexo is a static blogging framework built on Node.js, it allows you to write posts in Markdown format. In this tutorial, you will learn how to Install Hexo and use it to create a blog on Ubuntu 20.04 based server.

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Linux log review with logwatch

You know how important it is to do a daily log review. But you also know how much of a drag it is, and that you’d rather take a severe beating. Fortunately, there are various utilities that can make the job easier. Of the various choices in the normal Linux distro repositories, Logwatch is a […]

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Collect logs with journald in linux

You’ll find the journald logging system on any Linux distro that uses the systemd ecosystem. Instead of sending its messages to text files, journald sends messages to binary files. Instead of using normal Linux text file utilities to extract information, you have to use the journalctl utility. #journalctl To view the journald log file in […]

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Display Ping Command Output In Graph Format Using Gping

This guide talks about the brief history of ping network administration utility and how…
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How to Install and Use i3 Window Manager on Linux

Written in C language, the i3wm ( i3 Windows Manager ) is a lightweight, easy-to-configure, and hugely popular tiling windows manager. Unlike the conventional desktop environment, a tiling manager provides just sufficient functionality to
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Linux Stat Command Explained

The stat command is used in Linux/Unix system to display detailed information about files and file systems. It is most commonly used to get file timestamps. The Linux ls command usually gives you basic details about a file whereas stat […]
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