| by Scott Kilroy

Ubuntu 21.04 (Hirsute Hippo) Testing Week Kicks Off on April 1st for All Flavors

All flavors (official and unofficial) will be participating in the last Ubuntu Testing Week from April 1st to April 7th.

Share Button
Read More
| by Scott Kilroy

How to Use Range and Sequence Expression in bash

Brace expansions can be used to define a range or to generate a sequence of strings.

Share Button
Read More
| by Scott Kilroy

How to Install Ansible AWX on Debian 10

AWX provides a web-based user interface, REST API, and task engine built on top of Ansible.

Share Button
Read More
| by Scott Kilroy

How to Configure Nginx to Work with PHP via PHP-FPM

Nginx + PHP is one of the most popular groups of software that you can use to build your website.

Share Button
Read More
| by Scott Kilroy

6 OpenSSL Command Options that Every Sysadmin Should Know

See how OpenSSL commands can display practical information about certificates.

Share Button
Read More
| by Scott Kilroy

Best Free and Open Source Alternatives to Google Chrome

As a Linux user, you’ve got solid browser alternatives to Chrome.

Share Button
Read More
| by Arround The Web

Distribution Release: deepin 20.2

The deepin team have published a new version of their desktop-oriented, Debian-based distribution. The project’s latest release is deepin 20.2 which provides newer kernels, improved file search, and the ability to schedule e-mails being sent. “File Ma…

Share Button
Read More
| by Scott Kilroy

ISPConfig: The Perfect Multiserver Setup on Ubuntu 20.04 and Debian 10

How to configure your multiserver setup with dedicated servers for the panel, web, DNS, mail, and webmail.

Share Button
Read More
| by Scott Kilroy

How to Backup or Restore MySQL, MariaDB, and PostgreSQL

Let’s look at how the Automysqlbackup and Autopostgresqlbackup tools can streamline these essential tasks.

Share Button
Read More
| by Scott Kilroy

Show USB Devices Event History Using Usbrip In Linux

Track the details of connected or disconnected USB devices, and show USB devices’  event history using Usbrip tool in Linux.

Share Button
Read More
| by Arround The Web

Marketing Ideas to Amplify Your Business and Attract More Clients

In this article, we are going to tell you about a few great marketing ideas that can amplify your business and attract more clients. Seeking out new clients is paramount to the success of a business; if you do not make an active effort to pursue new cl…

Share Button
Read More
| by Arround The Web

How to Present Your Brand Online in 2021

Branding is important for any business. One of the biggest mistakes you can make as a business owner is not presenting your brand to your audience. Without it, there won’t be a factor that helps your audience relate to you. This leads to weaker engagem…

Share Button
Read More
| by Arround The Web

How Junk Removal Services offer Help during Pandemic

Definitely, junk removal is one of the few essential businesses allowed to remain open during a pandemic; you’ll find them extremely helpful. Several dumpsites have either closed or operate only for shorter times throughout the day. What would you do i…

Share Button
Read More
| by Scott Kilroy

Parrot 4.11 Security OS Released with Linux Kernel 5.10 LTS, Updating Hacking Tools

Release features better hardware support, includes up-to-date core components based on the stable Debian GNU/Linux 10 Buster operating system repositories.

Share Button
Read More
| by Scott Kilroy

Exploring the Differences between sudo and su Commands in Linux

If you’re confused about what su and sudo commands do for you, this brief guide will help you sort them out.

Share Button
Read More
| by Arround The Web

Development Release: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.4 Beta

Red Hat has published a beta for the upcoming release of version 8.4. The new beta offers updated development and more useful data visualization tools. The company’s release announcement reads: “More powerful data visualization features that can creat…

Share Button
Read More
| by Arround The Web

Distribution Release: JingOS 0.8

JingOS is an Ubuntu-based Linux distribution for tablet computers. It can run desktop Linux applications like VS Code and LibreOffice. The distribution strives to be able to run both GNU/Linux and Android programs. The project’s latest release now run…

Share Button
Read More
| by Scott Kilroy

Install Laravel On Manjaro/Arch Linux

Laravel, written in PHP, is a popular MVC framework for developing web applications. Laravel makes it easy to develop dynamic web apps with powerful built-in tools such as database systems, routes, controllers, authentication system, and a lot more. Laravel is an open-source PHP web framework. It was first released in…

The post Install Laravel On Manjaro/Arch Linux appeared first on Linux Tutorials, FOSS Reviews, Security News.

Share Button
Read More
| by Scott Kilroy

Install Varnish Cache 6 for Apache/Nginx on CentOS 8

Varnish Cache is a powerful reverse HTTP proxy used to speed up web applications that is available as Open-Source software. In this post, we will show you how to install Varnish cache with Apache and Nginx on CentOS 8.

Share Button
Read More
| by Arround The Web

Gdu – A Pretty Fast Disk Usage Analyzer for Linux

The post Gdu – A Pretty Fast Disk Usage Analyzer for Linux first appeared on Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides .
In this article, we will take a look at gdu an open-source disk usage analyzer written in go. Gdu is inspired by godu, dua, ncdu, a…

Share Button
Read More