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Shell In A Box – A Web-Based SSH Terminal to Access Remote Linux Servers

Shell In A Box (pronounced as shellinabox) is a web based terminal emulator created by Markus Gutschke. It has built-in web server that runs as a web-based SSH client on a specified port and prompt you a web terminal emulator to access and control your Linux Server SSH Shell remotely using any AJAX/JavaScript and CSS […]

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How to Cinnamon Desktop Environment on Debian 11 Bullseye

In the following tutorial, you will learn how to install this alternative desktop environment on your Debian 11 Bullseye Desktop as an optional choice to switch from GNOME.
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An Introduction To Snowflake Data Warehouse

In this tutorial, we will be discussing Snowflake Data Warehouse, Snowflake architecture, and how to access Snowflake WebUI.
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HandBrake 1.5 Open-Source Video Transcoder Released with Better Flatpak Support

Coming six months after HandBrake 1.4, the HandBrake 1.5 update is here to further improve support for the Flatpak universal binary format by updating the dependencies to the Freedesktop Platform 21.08 and GNOME 41 stack, updating the Intel QSV Flatpak plugin to use Intel MediaSDK 21.3.5, and fixing several potential race conditions in the Flatpak […]

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How to Install MariaDB 10.7 on Fedora 35

In the following tutorial, you will learn how to install MariaDB 10.7 on Fedora 35 Workstation or Server.
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Fwupd 1.7.4 Released with Support for ModemManager Devices and New Hardware

Fwupd 1.7.4 is here exactly one month after fwupd 1.7.3 and adds firmware branch support for ModemManager devices, adds the ability for firmware engineers to patch files at known offsets, and introduces support for displaying why more devices are not marked as updatable. This release also introduces support for more hardware, including the HP USB-C […]

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Ubuntu 22.04 May Feature GNOME 42, But Few GTK4 Apps

Ubuntu 22.04 may ship with GNOME 42 if all goes to plan, but it won’t be carrying many GTK4 apps by default. Ubuntu dev Sebastien Bacher details why.
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KDE Plasma 5.24 Beta Released with Several New Features

KDE Plasma 5.24 comes with numerous changes that will make users happy. Learn about the KDE Plasma 5.24 Beta release here.
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How to Create an RDS Instance on AWS Using Terraform

In this article, we will see how to create an RDS MySQL instance on Amazon Web Services (AWS) using Terraform.
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Here are the New Features Coming to Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

A continually updated article that lists all the main features being added to the upcoming Ubuntu 22.04 LTS “Jammy Jellyfish” release.
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How to Check MySQL User Permissions in Linux

The first installation of MySQL on any operating system only considers the root user as the default database user. The first database transactions are performed by the root user only. In this tutorial, learn how to check MySQL user permissions in Linux…

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How to Use Podman to Get Information about Your Containers

Use the podman ps command to get size, resource consumption, and other information about your containers.
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How to Install and Use Cockpit in Rocky Linux

Cockpit is a helpful server management software solution that works with Linux. Learn how to install and use Cockpit in Rocky Linux here.
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3 Best Free Hard Disk Imaging Software Options

The hard disk and partition imaging software take a snapshot of your hard disk so that you can restore your system at a later time to the exact same state the system was when you imaged the disk or partition. There are so many disk imaging apps available online and selecting one can indeed be a challenge. […]

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How to Use Wireshark for Capturing and Analyzing Network Packets

Wireshark (formerly Ethereal) is a FOSS (free and open-source software) network protocol analyzer. Learn how to use Wireshark for capturing and analyzing network packets here.
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Open Source Isn’t the Security Problem – Misusing It Is

Security is a process, not a product.
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How to Make iptables Rules Persistent after Reboot on Ubuntu and CentOS System

iptables is a powerful tool to help configure access to various ports on your computer or server. It provides the level of control that makes it possible to configure what network traffic is permitted or denied to the system. The main quirk about iptables is that, by default, the configurations for iptables will not persist […]

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How to Install Git on CentOS 8 Stream

In the following tutorial, you will learn how to install Git on CentOS 8 Stream in various methods.
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Create Fast, Easy, and Repeatable Containers with Podman and Shell Scripts

Get started with containers in a fast, repeatable way through the familiar shell scripting interface.
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NetworkManager 1.34 Arrives with Better WireGuard Support, Many Improvements

Almost seven months in development, NetworkManager 1.34 is here to further improve support for the WireGuard VPN tunnel protocol and implementation by introducing support for WireGuard profiles to NetworkManager’s text user interface (nmtui), as well a…

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