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How to Set Up a Bare Metal Dedicated Game Server with OVHcloud

In this tutorial, Jack Wallen walks users through the process of how to set up a bare metal dedicated game server with OVHcloud.
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MX Linux Makes Sharing Folders with Samba as Simple as It Gets

Jack Wallen shows you how easy it is to share directories to your local network through Samba with MX Linux.
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How to Deploy the Adminer Database Admin Tool on Ubuntu Server 22.04

If you’re looking for a simple-to-use web-based GUI for administering relational and NoSQL databases, learn how to deploy Adminer on Ubuntu here.
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Fedora 37 Plans to Introduce New Anaconda Web UI Installer

Fedora 37 team decided to introduce an optional preview of the Web UI installer, replacing the GTK-based Anaconda.
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What is the Difference Between macOS and Linux?

No, macOS is not based on Linux. And no, macOS is not entirely similar to Linux. Take a look at the similarities and differences between macOS and Linux.
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HBud – Simple Audio and Video Player

HBud is billed as a simple music/video/karaoke app. It’s written in Python, uses GTK4 for its GUI framework, and GStreamer for its multimedia backend. HBud is published under an open source license. Linux has a myriad of multimedia playback software available with a truly impressive range of dedicated music players, dedicated video players, as well […]

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How to Integrate ONLYOFFICE in WordPress for Document Editing

It’s no secret that WordPress is one of the most popular content management systems for websites and blogs all over the Internet. In fact, 43% of the web is built on the WordPress platform. Popularity is not only caused by the powerful blog publishing and website-building features offered by the content management system. Plugins and […]

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Top 10 Great Ubuntu Apps for Everyone [Part 4]

This article gives you the top 10 great Ubuntu apps in 2022 (part 4) that you may use for your daily workflow.
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How to install PHP 5.6, PHP 8.0 and PHP 8.1 on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

This article describes step-by-step how to install PHP versions 5.6, 8.0, and 8.1 on your Ubuntu. After installing the two versions, it also explains how you can disable one version and enable another version as the default version for the system. We have run the commands and procedures mentioned in this article on an Ubuntu 22.04 LTS system. […]

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Fixing the “Too many open files” Error in Linux

If your Linux usage experience has led/exposed you to high-load Linux server environments, then there is a high chance you’ve crossed paths with the infamous “too many open files” error. This Linux OS error simply implies that too many files (file descriptors) have been opened by a process and therefore no more files can be […]

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How to Create the Most Secure Offline nano Wallets Using bash

This tutorial shows how to create generated-on-demand (GOD) crypto (nano) wallets.
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Getting Started With Podman In Linux

This guide explains Podman basics, such as how to search and download images, create a new container from the image, run a container, remove a container, and build your own image from the container and more.
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How to Install and Use MariaDB on Ubuntu 22.04

MariaDB is a free, open-source, and powerful database management system used to store application data. It is a stable and relational database management system, and fork of the popular MySQL database system. In this tutorial, we will show you how to i…

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How to Install ModSecurity 3 with Nginx on AlmaLinux 9

ModSecurity, often referred to as Modsec, is a free, open-source web application firewall (WAF). In the following tutorial, you will learn how to install ModSecurity 3 & OWASP Core Rule Set with Nginx on AlmaLinux 9 with example configurations from…

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How to Install Vivaldi Browser on Linux Mint 21 LTS

Vivaldi is a unique web browser designed specifically for power users. Learn how to install Vivaldi browser on Linux Mint 21 LTS here.
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Grsync: A Simple Graphical Frontend for Rsync

This guide explains Grsync, its features, and how to complete various tasks with files and folders using Grsync in Linux.
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How to Autostart Podman Containers

Podman has a daemon-less architecture that allows an unprivileged user to run containers without root access. Learn how to autostart Podman containers here.
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Businesses Should Dump Windows for the Linux Desktop

If you care about security, then Linux should be your business desktop.
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How to Clone Disks with Linux dd Command

In this tutorial, we’ll refer to a practical example of the Linux dd command that can be used to migrate or clone a Windows Operating System.
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How to Install Drupal on Ubuntu 22.04

Drupal is a free and open-source CMS (Content Management System) written in PHP. Learn how to install Drupal on Ubuntu 22.04 here.
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