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What is ip command in linux

The ip command is a useful tool for assigning an address to a network interface and/or configure network interface parameters on Linux operating systems.  It is used to bring interfaces up or down, assign and remove addresses and routes, manage ARP cache, and much more. This command replaces old good and now deprecated ifconfig command on modern […]

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8 examples of using ifconfig command

ifconfig is a network management tool in Linux that we can use to check the IP addresses of Linux systems as well as configure network interfaces. It allows users to to configure, manage and query network interface parameters via command line interface or in a system configuration scripts. In this guide, we will see how […]

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Now and Then: What happened to DFileManager?

Let’s jump forward 5 years. What happened to DFileManager in the intervening period?

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How to use Ethtool in linux

Ethtool is a useful linux utility that we can use to view and modify the ethernet device settings. By following this article, you will learn how to change the speed in your network card, modify auto-negotiation settings and changing duplex modes in your network card. Installing ethtool #apt install ethtool Once it is installed, use […]

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How to Install Netdata Monitoring Tool on Ubuntu 20.04

Netdata is a free, open-source and real-time performance and health monitoring tool. In this tutorial, we will show you how to install the Netdata monitoring tool on Ubuntu 20.04 server.

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How to Install Slack on Ubuntu 20.04

Slack is a modern communication platform for companies to replace emails. In this guide we will learn how to install Slack under Ubuntu 20.04. Slack can be easily installed on your system by following a few basic steps. Here we will use the snap packag…

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How to use S3 Storage Lens to view storage usage and activity metrics of S3 Bucket on AWS

AWS S3 Storage Lens gives visibility into object storage usage, activity trends. It gives recommendations to improve cost-efficiency, also it applies data protection best practices. It is the first analytics service that provides a  single view of obje…

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How to Migrate CentOS 8 Installation to CentOS Stream

This week, Red Hat created a huge public outcry over its announcement regarding the future of CentOS. Red Hat, in a shocking move, is discontinuing CentOS Project in favor of the rolling release, CentOS
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5 Reasons Why Startups Fail

There are hundreds, if not thousands, of successful startup examples and so many motivating stories around them. It makes the path seem already trodden and explored, so you no longer can resist the urge to become an entrepreneur. Indeed, learning from …

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Chattr Command in Linux

Learn how to use the chattr command to change file attributes on Linux file systems.

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Red Hat Builds Native Edge Computing Features into RHEL and OpenShift

The features are meant to make it easier for customers to add edge deployments to their existing infrastructure.

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How to use rsyslog to create a Linux log aggregation server

Create a central log repository by using rsyslog, and then configure Linux servers to forward logs to the repository.

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How to clone your Raspberry PI SD card in Linux

Wouldn’t it be great, if you can make a snapshot of the current state of your Raspberry PI operating system?

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Echoping in linux Explained

Echoping is a simple linux tool that we can use to test the performance of a remote host (approximatively) by sending “echo” packets with TCP or UDP. After sending the “echo” packet, It will show the time taken to set up the TCP connection and to transfer the data. Execute the following command to install […]

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Meet Rocky Linux: New RHEL Fork by the Original CentOS Creator

Rocky Linux is a community enterprise Operating System

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Install XFCE Desktop on Arch Linux

Arch Linux officially supports many desktop environments. Some of the supported desktop environments are Budgie, Xfce, Cinnamon, Deepin, Gnome, KDE Plasma, Mate, Pantheon, etc. Pantheon is the default desktop environment (DE). You can install your favo…

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How to Install PHP 8 on CentOS/RHEL 8/7

PHP is a popular open-source server-side scripting language that is integral in developing dynamic webpages. PHP 8.0 is finally out and was released on November 26th, 2020. It promises lots of improvements and optimizations

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CentOS Linux 8 will end in 2021 and shifts focus to CentOS Stream

The free ride is over. CentOS Linux 8, as a rebuild of RHEL 8, will end at the end of 2021.

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Transfer Files Between Any Devices Using Piping Server

This guide explains how to easily and securely transfer files between any devices using Piping Server from command line and via a web browser.

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Meet Twake, A Modern Open-Source Collaboration Platform [Nextcloud Alternative]

Twake is a modern looking collaboration platform with focus on Kanban project management methodology.

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