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If You Run a Managed IT Services Company You Need to Read This

A Managed IT Services company provides an all-around solution for businesses regarding their organizational IT needs. The entire IT infrastructure of a business from software to hardware can be handled by managed IT services professionals. They’ll take…

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Effective Remote Solutions That Will Help Manage Your Team Better

As many businesses and companies adjust to remote working, such companies must explore different solutions to help remote working difficulties. Consider the difficulty of managing and operating a company and then determining the challenges of working f…

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How to Take Your Video Editing To The Next Level

If you’re wondering how to give your videos that finishing touch that separate the pros from the amateurs, then you can breathe easy knowing that there are a few simple tricks that can transform your editing game. This article will give you a complete …

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How to configure Route53 with our DomainName to access a static website from S3 on AWS

This article will help you with the steps to host a static website on S3 and redirect traffic from your subdomain to the static website on the S3 bucket.

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How to Use Two-Factor Authentication with Ubuntu

The post How to Use Two-Factor Authentication with Ubuntu first appeared on Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides .
Over time, the traditional username and password authentication has proven inadequate in providing robust security to applications a…

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Monitoring a Remote Centos 6 server with Nagios core

Introduction In our earlier articles on nagios we explained in detail how to install nagios core on the centos 6 system and configure it. In this article we will explain step by step how to monitor a remote machine with nagios core. Prerequisites: We will be installing the packages required for configuring nagios on a […]

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Installing Nagios on Centos 7 part 3 (Nagios configuration)

Introduction In our previous two articles we’ve explained how to install Nagios core on a Centos 7 system and how to install Nagios plugin and the Nagios Remote Plugin Executor. In this article we will explain how to configure Nagios so that we can have the web interface up and running. Note that this needs […]

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Nagios installation on Centos 7 part 2 (installing plugins and NRPE)

Introduction In our previews article we walked you through installing nagios core on a Centos 7 system. In this article we will explain how to install Nagios plugins and the Nagios Remote Plugin Executor (NRPE) package. How does Nagios work? Nagios core runs from a central server which holds the configuration files. It runs active […]

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Installing Nagios on Centos 7

Introduction Nagios is an extremely popular open source monitoring and alerting tool. The name nagios is an offshoot of an older system called ‘net saint’. Although Nagios has it’s limits and is not an all in one solution but provides a considerable feature set nonetheless. The monitoring platform is available in two variants: Nagios core […]

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Using Irssi Inside a Linux tmux Session

Being a fullscreen, termcap-based client with many features, Irssi is easily extensible through scripts and modules.
Using Irssi Inside a Linux tmux Session

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Firefox 86 Released with AVIF and Multiple Picture-in-Picture Support by Default

The powerful, royalty-free and open-source image file format is designed to encode AV1 bitstreams in the HEIF (High Efficiency Image File Format) container.

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Netrunner 21.0 Released Based on Debian Stable 10.7 With Modern Hardware Support and Updated Packages

The operating system uses the KDE Plasma desktop environment by default along with a few other KDE components.
Netrunner 21.0 Released Based on Debian Stable 10.7 With Modern Hardware Support and Updated Packages

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Install LEMP Stack on Ubuntu 20.04

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

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Tetrate Says Its Istio Distribution Is Easier to Use Than the Upstream Version

Online community has been launched for enthusiasts to surface problems and brainstorm solutions
Tetrate Says Its Istio Distribution Is Easier to Use Than the Upstream Version

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Fix Nginx Error: 413 Request Entity Too Large

Here’s what to do for this common error.

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Introducing Crowdsec: A Modernized, Collaborative Massively Multiplayer Firewall for Linux

 

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The Resilient Sysadmin: 5 Tips for Success in a Remote Work Environment

As businesses everywhere re-evaluate what “going to work” will look like on the other side of the pandemic, flexibility is becoming a key soft skill for sysadmins.

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Meet Shells, the Powerful Cloud Computer in Your Browser

With a single click, you can turn the Shells virtual environment into a powerful, cloud-driven workspace.

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How to Encrypt a Shell Script

Here’s how you protect the content of the shell script while sharing it with others.

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How to Install and Use Snap Package Manager on Ubuntu 20.04

Canonical’s alternative package management tool and program package format is easy to use.

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