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How to add a replication rule to an S3 bucket

Replication is the auto-coping of S3 objects from one S3 Bucket to another S3 Bucket in the same region or in a different AWS region. In this article, I will show you the steps to create a replication rule to copy objects to/from the existing buckets.

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Sad! Linux System Vendor ZaReason Shuts Down Due to Covid-19 Pandemic

Independent Linux system vendor ZaReason couldn’t survive the Coronavirus economic downturn and decided to call it a day.

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How to Deploy MySQL on Kubernetes

This tutorial shows detailed steps of deploying MySQL on Kubernetes. I’ll be using minikube here to demonstrate Kubernetes MySQL examples. We all know the big importance of data persistence and almost, all our applications rely hugely on some sort of […

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How to Boot into Rescue Mode Or Emergency Mode In Ubuntu 20.04 / 18.04

It’s not uncommon for users to forget their login passwords or have their system suffer a corrupt filesystem. When that happens, the recommended solution is to boot into rescue or emergency mode and apply

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Install and Configure StrongSwan VPN on Ubuntu 20.04

A virtual private network is used to create a private network from a public internet connection to protect your identity. VPN uses an encrypted tunnel to send and receive the data securely. strongSwan is one of the most famous VPN […]
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RansomEXX Moves from Windows to Linux

Ransomware is exactly what its name suggests: a type of malware that attempts to extort money from victims. The most common type of ransomware attack involves cryptoviral extortion, in which a target’s computer files are encrypted and the only way to d…

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The Difference Between Industrial and Military Servers

While military and industrial PCs have almost the same purposes, a closer look at the two components shows that they are not similar. The differences between the two are significant but not immediately obvious. Read on to learn the difference between i…

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How to Capitalize on Grassroots Sports Ad Revenue Potential

Grassroots sports marketing is one of the best ways to grow a liking for the game. To achieve the best results, it translates to more than merely placing ads on TV to get a considerable following. Instead, the objective lies in propelling the current c…

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Raspberry Pi OS Has a New Release with Improved Audio and Printing Support

The last update of the Raspberry Pi OS in 2020 is here and it looks like it brings some nice improvements

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Manjaro Linux 20.2 has Been Unleashed

The latest iteration of Manjaro Linux has been released with a few interesting new features.

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How to use journalctl to View and Analyze Systemd Logs [With Examples]

This guide explains the basics of the journalctl utility of Systemd and its various commands.

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How To Properly Change Username In Linux

This guide explains how to change username in Linux and how to change the hostname, user group, home directory and its ownership to new user.

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How to Install Cacti Network Monitoring Tool on Ubuntu 20.04

Cacti is a free, open-source and web-based network monitoring tool written in PHP. It is a front-end application for the RRDtool. In this tutorial, we will show you how to install the Cacti monitoring tool on Ubuntu 20.04 server.

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How to store credentials on AWS using Parameter Store

In this article, we will create a parameter and store configuration data in it of type SecureString. We will also modify the parameter and see how it maintains multiple versions.

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Service Mesh Offers Promising Solution for Cloud Native Networking

Service Mesh can be thought of as a next generation of Software Defined Networking (SDN) for the cloud.

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How to audit permissions with the find command

You can audit permissions on your Linux system by using the find command with the -perm option.

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How to Download Files Using Aria2

Aria2 is a free and open-source lightweight multi-protocol command-line utility that grabs files from the internet. It supports a variety of protocols such as HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, and even BitTorrent. Aria2 works on windows, Linux, and Mac OSX. In this [….

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Linux 5.10 rc7

Linus Torvalds: Things look pretty good (knock wood), and rc7 is solidly in the average size department, with nothing that looks particularly scary.

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DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 895

This week in DistroWatch Weekly: Review: Pop!_OS 20.10 and FuguIta 6.8News: Fedora considers separate Xwayland package, FreeBSD introduces WireGuard support, RancherOS purchased by SUSE, elementary OS to get multi-touch gestures and Raspberry Pi build…

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Distribution Release: T2 SDE 20.10

René Rebe has announced the release of T2 SDE 20.10, a new stable version of the project’s distribution build kit (originally forked from ROCK Linux) designed for advanced Linux users who wish to build custom Linux distributions. This version arrives …

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