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How to Install PHP 8 on Ubuntu 20.04

Learn how to install PHP 8 on Ubuntu 20.04 and integrate it with Nginx and Apache.

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Linux Command Basics: 7 commands for process management

If you’re new to Linux and need help managing your processes, these basic commands are for you.

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How to install ONLYOFFICE Docs 6.1 on Ubuntu

ONLYOFFICE Docs is an open-source office suite distributed under GNU AGPL v3.0. It comprises web-based viewers and collaborative editors for text documents, spreadsheets, and presentations highly compatible with OOXML formats. In this tutorial, we’ll l…

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How To Add Downloaded .box File To Vagrant In Linux

The .box is a format and an extension for Vagrant environments.

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Distribution Release: Raspberry Pi OS 2020-12-02

Simon Long has announced the availability of a new version of Raspberry Pi OS, a Debian-based distribution for Raspberry Pi computers. The latest version includes an updated Chromium web browser, a graphical front-end for configuring printers, and the…

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Linux Kernel 5.10 LTS Top Features (RC-6 is out now)

Linux Kernel 5.10 is planned for LTS (long term support) Kernel release.

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How to create and store secrets using Secret Manager in AWS

Application secrets or credentials can be stored using the AWS Secret Manager securely. Secrets can be rotated, managed, and retrieved throughout their lifecycle using AWS Secret Manager.

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How to Install CDH and Configure Service Placements on CentOS/RHEL 7 – Part 4

In an earlier article, we have explained the installation of Cloudera Manager, in this article, you will learn how to install and configure CDH (Cloudera Distribution Hadoop) in RHEL/CentOS 7. While installing the CDH
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Distribution Release: Manjaro Linux 20.2

Philip Müller has announced the release of Manjaro Linux 20.2, the latest update of the project’s rolling-release distribution with a choice of Xfce, KDE Plasma and GNOME desktops: “We are happy to announce our latest release of Manjaro we call ‘Nibia…

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Budgie 10.5.2 Desktop Environment Released with Support for the GNOME 3.38 Stack

More than a year in the works, Budgie 10.5.2 is here with a wide range of changes, starting with support for GNOME Project’s latest GNOME 3.38 stack.

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Patreon Project Looks to Bring Linux to Apple Silicon

Developer Hector Martin has created a patreon page to fund his work on developing a port of Linux for Apple Silicon Macs.

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KDE Plasma 5.20.4 Released with Bug Fixes and Improvements

KDE team announced the 4th installment of Plasma desktop – KDE Plasma 5.20.4 with a month of bug fixes and improvements. This is what’s fixed and new.

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How To Quickly Navigate Through Directory History In Fish Shell In Linux

This brief guide explains how to quickly navigate through directory history using cdh, nextd and prevd commands in Fish shell in Linux.

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Watch Live TV on Linux With Hypnotix: A New IPTV Application Being Developed by Linux Mint Team

Linux Mint team is developing a new IPTV app, Hypnotix

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4 commands you should know to compress files in linux

A common task on most modern operating systems is to combine and compress multiple files into a single file. This could be in order to store files on a smaller device, to make it easy to download files from a website, or to merge and compress files for email transport. This guide focuses on some […]

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A beginner’s guide to using hard links in linux

Every file on the Linux filesystem starts with a single hard link. The link is between the filename and the actual data stored on the filesystem. Even if you delete the original file, the hard link will still has the data of the original file because the hard link acts as a mirror copy of the original file. […]

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What are inodes in linux?

An inode is a data structure that contains metadata about a file. When the file system stores a new file on the hard disk, it stores not only the contents (data) of the file, but also extra properties like the name of the file, the creation date, its permissions, the owner of the file, and […]

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A guide to Setting advanced file permissions in linux

In our previous post, we have discussed about how to set the standard file permissions in our linux system. In this guide we will see how to set more advanced permissions to our files. sticky bit on directory You can set the sticky bit on a directory to prevent users from removing files that they […]

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How to set standard file permissions in linux

Linux operating system allows multiple users to work on the same system simultaneously without disrupting each other. Because of this feature, Individuals sharing access to files pose a risk exposing classified information or even data loss if other users access their files or directories. To address this, we can specify how much power each user […]

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How to Install Cerb Collaboration and Email Automation on CentOS 8

Cerb is a free, open-souce and web-based collaboration and automation tool used for sending high volumes of emails. In this tutorial, we will learn how to install and configure Cerb on CentOS 8 server.

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