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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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What is arping in linux?

As we have already discussed in one of our previous articles, ARP protocol  is commonly used by layer two devices to communicate and discover each other easily. The arping utility performs an action similar to ping, but at the Ethernet layer. Where we can use ping to tests the reachability of an IP address, arping can be used to report the […]

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How to take backups in linux using TAR command

The tape archive (tar) command was originally designed to back up filesystems to tape devices. Although many people now use the tar command to back up to non-tape devices, you should be aware of how to use tape devices as well. For the following examples, we assume that you do not have a tape drive […]

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Good News! elementary OS is Coming to Raspberry Pi 4

The developers of elementary OS have announced their experimental builds for the ARM-based Raspberry Pi 4 series.

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How to take Backups in linux using dd command

In one of our previous article, we have discussed how to take snapshot backups in a linux system. In this article we will see how to take backups in our linux file system using the dd command. The dd command is useful to back up entire devices, whether entire hard disks, individual partitions, or logical […]

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How to Install OCS Inventory Asset Management Software CentOS 8

OCS "Open Computers and Software Inventory Next Generation" is an open-source assets management solution that allows you to inventory IT assets. In this tutorial, we will explain how to install OCS inventory on CentOS 8 server.

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How to Install CouchDB on Ubuntu 20.04

In this guide, you will learn how to install CouchDB NoSQL database on Ubuntu 20.04 and how to create your first CouchDB database using the integrated Foxton Control panel.

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Manage operations on S3 Bucket using aws-cli from the EC2 instance

In this article, we will see the steps and commands to create an S3 bucket from the command line and perform basic operations on it like copy files, sync files,  etc.

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Always on Top: An Often Ignored But Handy Feature in Linux Desktop

With the “Always on Top” feature, you can keep an application on top of all other applications all the time

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How to Install PHP 8.0 on Ubuntu 20.04 / 18.04

PHP is arguably one of the most widely used server-side programming languages. It’s the language of choice when developing dynamic and responsive websites. In fact, popular CM platforms such as WordPress, Drupal, and Magento
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Distribution Release: CRUX 3.6

Juergen Daubert has announced the release of CRUX 3.6, the latest stable build of the project’s lightweight Linux distribution featuring a straightforward tar.xz-based package system, BSD-style init scripts, and a collection of trimmed packages: “The …

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Logical Volume Manager (LVM) versus standard partitioning in Linux

Use this guide to integrate the flexibility, scalability, and increased features of LVM into your server storage strategies. Traditional partitioning is good, but LVM is better.

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Logical Volume Manager (LVM) versus standard partitioning in Linux

Use this guide to integrate the flexibility, scalability, and increased features of LVM into your server storage strategies. Traditional partitioning is good, but LVM is better.

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Expert Tips for Hosting a Successful Webinar

Webinars have become an essential tool in the arsenal of many salespeople, lecturers, educators, and marketers, to name a few. They can be amazing ways of connecting with large groups of people at once, sharing knowledge, or selling products. This year…

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Debian 11 Bullseye Installer Adds Support for Pinebook Pro, Other ARM Devices

The third alpha of the Debian Installer for Debian GNU/Linux 11 Bullseye packs many goodies for top-notch hardware support

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Linux CPU Speed And Power Optimizer auto-cpufreq Can Now Enable Turbo Boost Based On The CPU Temperature

auto-cpufreq, an automatic CPU speed and power optimization tool for Linux has been updated to version 1.5.0

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Case Study: Success of Pardus GNU/Linux Migration

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Eyüpsultan Municipality decided to use an open source operating system in desktop computers in 2015.

The most important goal of the project was to ensure information …

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How to Install Nginx with Google PageSpeed on Ubuntu 20.04

Nginx is a free and open-source web server that powers many sites on the internet. It can be used as a reverse proxy and load balancer. In this tutorial, we will show you how to compile ngx_pagespeed as a dynamic module with Nginx on Ubuntu 20.04 server.

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