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How to Use Perf Performance Analysis Tool on Ubuntu 20.04

Perf is a simple but powerful performance monitoring tool for Linux based operating systems

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Development Release: openSUSE 15.3 Alpha

The openSUSE team have published a new development snapshot of their upcoming openSUSE 15.3 release. The new Alpha snapshot introduces binary compatibility with SUSE Linux Enterprise and reorganizes the way installation media for different CPU archite…

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Cross-Platform Screenshot Tool Ksnip Sees New Major Release

Ksnip, a feature-packed cross-platform screenshot tool, has been updated to version 1.8.0

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Create and Store Secrets like Passwords, OAuth Tokens, and SSH Keys in Kubernetes

In Kubernetes, we can store and manage sensitive information, such as passwords, OAuth tokens, and ssh keys using Kubernetes Secrets. In this article, we will create secrets using .yml file and access them in the Pod as Environment Variables.

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3 Simple Ways to Install Skype on Ubuntu

Skype is one of the popular communication application owned by Microsoft. It is available for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, and other mobile devices. You can use it for chatting, audio and video call also sharing files and your screen. […]
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Anatomy of a Linux Ransomware Attack

Ransomware has dominated cybersecurity news headlines for the past decade, and for good reason.

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Linux Mint 20.1 Beta Is Now Available for Download

Linux Mint 20.1 Beta just popped up on the main download servers of the popular Ubuntu-based distribution

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How to securely copy files between Linux hosts using SCP and SFTP

There are multiple methods you can use to securely copy files between Linux hosts. SCP and SFTP are two you need to know.

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How to use ECHO command in Linux

Echo Command in Linux is one of the most used commands in Bash scripting

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10 Examples of using nslookup in linux

The main use of nslookup is to help with any DNS issues you may have. You can use it to find the IP address of a host, find the domain name of an IP address, or find mail servers on a domain. This tool can be used in an interactive and a noninteractive mode. The Interactive mode […]

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How To Reset Vagrant Virtual Machine To Original State

This brief guide explains how to reset vagrant virtual machine to it’s original state in Linux.

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What is Versioning and how to use it in AWS S3 bucket

Versioning is a means of keeping multiple variants of an object in the same bucket. You can use versioning to preserve, retrieve, and restore every version of every object stored in your Amazon S3 bucket. With versioning, you can easily recover from both unintended user actions and application failures. When you enable versioning for a […]

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Remove all comment in WordPress

If you want to remove all comment fields in wordpress go into your theme directory and and open functions.php add this code (I’d suggest at the bottom of the file)

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How to Use Perf Performance Analysis Tool on Ubuntu 20.04

Perf is a simple but powerful performance monitoring tool for Linux based operating systems. It is used to trace or count both hardware and software events. In this tutorial, we will show you how to install and use Perf performance monitoring tool on U…

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How to Install MariaDB on CentOS 8

MariaDB is an open-source, community-developed relational database management system. It is forked from MySQL and created and maintained by the developers who created MySQL. MariaDB is intended to be highly compatible with MySQL but

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How to Install Kubernetes on Ubuntu 20.04

Containers are a good choice to bundle and run our own applications. When the number of containers increases rapidly and need to manage them in a convenient way. That’s the reason why Kubernetes comes. Kubernetes (K8s) is an open-source system […]
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How to Set Up High Availability for Namenode – Part 5

Hadoop has two core components which are HDFS and YARN. HDFS is for storing the Data, YARN is for processing the Data. HDFS is Hadoop Distributed File System, it has Namenode as Master Service

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How To Encrypt File on Linux

In this tutorial, you will learn how you can easily encrypt files and directories on Linux using the GnuPG tool as well as the zip utility.

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After Rocky Linux, We Have Another RHEL Fork in Works to Replace CentOS

CloudLinux announced that they are also working on an open sourced, community fork of RHEL to replace CentOS.

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Rescuezilla 2.1 Makes It Easier to Extract Files from Backups, Based on Ubuntu 20.10

Rescuezilla 2.1 comes two months after version 2.0, but it’s not just a point release

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