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How to restart CentOS or RHEL server safely

Is there is a safe reboot command that will do a graceful reboot for our CentOS or RHEL 7 server without causing any issues?

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butterfly – web terminal based on websocket and tornado

butterfly is an xterm compatible terminal that runs in your web browser.

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How To Fix Broken Ubuntu OS Without Reinstalling It

Over the course of time, your system can be plagued with errors that can render it broken or unusable.

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How to setup Elastic Container Service (ECS) on AWS

Elastic Container Service is a fully managed container orchestration service provided by AWS. In this article, we will create an ECS cluster and deploy a sample Nginx application onto it. We will create a test cluster to understand the cluster setup. Y…

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Perf- A Performance Monitoring and Analysis Tool for Linux

In a day of fierceless competition between companies, it is important that we learn how to use what we have at the best of its capacity.

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How to Read File Line by Line in Bash Script [3 Methods]

When writing a bash script, depends on the automation flow sometimes the script has to read the content from the file line by line. Here we learn 3 methods in a bash script to read file line by line. Method […]
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How to Convert PDF to Image Using Gimp

This article will be showing you how to convert the pages of a PDF document to image files (PNG, JPEG, and others) using the GIMP tool in Linux. GIMP is a free, open-source, fully-featured
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Darktable 3.4 Released with Revamped Tethering View, Module Grouping Feature

Coming more than four months after Darktable 3.2, the new release introduces a revamped tethering view that now supports histogram

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NETCAT : The Swiss Army Knife You Must Have

Netcat (also known as “nc”) is a networking tool used for reading or writing from TCP and UDP sockets using an easy interface.

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How to Find a File in Linux Using the Find Command

The Linux find command is one of the most important and handy commands in Linux systems. Here’s how you can use it to find files in Linux.

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How to Install KeeWeb Password Manager on Ubuntu 20.04

KeeWeb is an open-source password manager used to store passwords both online and offline. It is compatible with KeePass and also available as a web version and desktop apps. In this tutorial, we will show you how to install the KeeWeb password manager…

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How to Control Your Wi-Fi Network in Linux

The open-source network-monitoring package evillimiter makes it very easy for Linux and Windows users to control their Wi-Fi network.

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Debsecan : You will not miss another security update

Do you ever wonder how to keep up with the new security updates releasing daily? Debsecan is a great tool that you can use to simplify this task. This utility will help you to evaluate your current security status without searching for the new security updates manually. And also it comes with the feature to […]

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Listing Linux Services with Systemctl

Learn how to use the systemctl command to list Linux services and check their status.

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How to Install GNOME on Linux Mint 20

Gnome is the default desktop environment for many Linux distributions. Gnome is based on GTK+ and has a new release every 6 months. Linux Mint by default supports Cinnamon, MATE, or Xfce desktop environment. Cinnamon and Mate are a fork […]
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10 Linux System Administrators New Year’s Resolutions for 2021

It is a time to make our New Year’s resolutions. Regardless of your experience level as a Linux system administrator, we think it is worth and well to set goals for growth for the
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How To Fix Broken Ubuntu OS Without Reinstalling It

Over the course of time, your system can be plagued with errors that can render it broken or unusable. A classic example is the inability to install software packages, update or upgrade the system.
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Install and use pip for python package management in Linux

Introduction Python is one of the most popular scripting languages in use today and due to its wide user base and community support, it has thousands to of modules available which help to add to its existing functionality. The version of python that comes pre-installed with Linux distributions has some modules already available. Modules for […]

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Linux 5.11 rc1

Linus Torvalds: Two weeks have passed, Christmas is over, and so is the merge window.

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Things To Do After Installing Kali Linux

Today we are resuming our “Hacking with Kali Linux” series. So far we have covered the content of the series and how to install Kali Linux. There are various ways we can install & use Kali Linux and we have included them all in the last article. Once Kali Linux…

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