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Git is a Linux command to help you manage versions of your work. It's been ported to BSD, macOS, Windows, and more. It serves as the basis for popular code-hosting services, including open source services like GitLab and NotABug, and even to popular proprietary services. In short, Git has taken software development (and a few other industries) by storm.
In Linux, when we work from the command line, it is often very convenient to be able to execute several commands in a single line. For example if you want to download, decompress and open the resulting folder, you would execute a single command line as follows:
In this tutorial, I will show you how to set up an OpenLDAP client using the Debian 10 Buster. Before using this guide, ensure that you have an OpenLDAP server installed on another node or server that the client can be connected to.
In this article we will be installing Arch Linux on ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen 7 Laptop. This tutorial contains installation instructions, basic configuration as well as some post-install tuning of Arch Linux to get you started.
I've had a soft spot for Elementary OS since I first encountered it in 2013. A lot of that has to do with the distribution being very clean and simple. Since 2013, I've recommended Elementary to people who I've helped transition to Linux from other operating systems. Some have stuck with it. Some who moved on to other Linux distributions told me that Elementary helped smooth the transition and gave them more confidence using Linux.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to install and use the UFW firewall system on a Linux VPS running Debian 9. Security is a very important thing to consider when you run your own server.
The tar command allows you to create and extract tar archives. It supports a vast range of compression programs such as gzip, bzip2, lzip, lzma, lzop, xz and compress. Learn how to use the tar command to extract .tar.xz or .txz archives.
OpenSnitch, an application firewall for Linux, is no longer under active development. This didn't mean it was the end for this project though, because Gustavo forked it about 8 months ago, and has been constantly improving it since.
The application monitors outbound connections that your applications are trying to make, preventing or permitting their connection based on a set of rules (the user is prompted to allow or deny access when no existing rules are found).
If you are working on a small to medium entreprise network, you probably have dozens of drives and printers that need to be shared. Besides the NFS protocol, there are plenty of other network protocols that can be used in order to share resources over a network. The CIFS, short for Common Internet File System, is a network filesystem protocol used to share resources among multiple hosts, sharing the same operating system or not. The CIFS, also known as the SMB protocol, is implemented by one popular tool : the Samba server.
If you come across the IMG file format in Linux, don't panic. Here is how you can easily convert an IMG file to ISO format in Linux.
If you work on the Linux command line long enough, you will eventually delete a file by accident. Enter Trash-CLI, the command line interface to the Linux trash can. In this Linux quick tip we will show you how to install and use this nifty little utility.
In a previous article we saw some basic examples of how to use rsync on Linux to transfer data efficiently. As we saw, to synchronize data with a remote machine we can use both a remote shell as ssh or the rsync daemon. In this article we will focus on the latter option, and we will see how to install and configure rsyncd on some of the most used Linux distributions.
This guide explains how to backup and restore Linux desktop system settings with Dconf tool. It is useful when you want to transfer same system settings after reinstalling Linux desktop.
More and more management positions at the employer of Linus Torvalds are picked up by people who receive massive salaries from Microsoft (millions of dollars)
iWave’s i.MX8 based modules and SBCs are now available with Crank’s StoryBoard GUI software, including its “i.MX8QuadMax SMARC” dev kit based on its iW-RainboW-G27D module. iWave announced that all its Linux-friendly, NXP i.MX8 family boards now ship with Crank Software’s StoryBoard GUI software, a competitor with Qt. Storyboard is available with ST’s STM32MP1 development kits […]
We all very often use bash scripts to automatize boring and repetitive tasks. Sometimes in our scripts we need to ask the user to perform one or more choices interactively: in this tutorial we will see how to use the Bash shell select statement to perform such operation in very few lines of code.
I work on a lot of servers, and sometimes I find a host that hasn't installed GNU Emacs. There's usually a GNU Nano installation to keep me from resorting to Vi, but I'm not used to Nano the way I am Emacs, and I inevitably run into complications when I try to save my document (C-x in Nano stands for Exit, and C-s locks Konsole).
If you can't remember your favorite command line options, consider creating aliases for the ones you use most often.
Jira is an agile project management tool developed by Atlassian that can be used for issue tracking, project management and bug fixing. In this guide, I will explain how to install and configure Jira on CentOS 8.
MSC unveiled the first module based on the 800-pin COM-HPC edge server standard with a Linux-ready, Intel 9th Gen equipped “MSC HCC-CFLS” that adopts the COM-HPC/Client spec. Adlink revealed a proof-of-concept module using the larger COM-HPC/Server variant. Adlink, Congatec, and Kontron are the chief sponsors of the proposed COM-HPC (Computer-On-Modules High Performance Computing) server-on-module standard, […]
Google finally released the Chrome OS 80 operating system for Chromebook devices, a major update that improves support for Linux apps and adds numerous other features from the Chrome 80 release.
A news aggregator is software which collect news, weblog posts, and other information from the web so that they can be read in a single location for easy viewing. With the range of news sources available on the internet, news aggregators play an essential role in helping users to quickly locate breaking news.
Banner grabbing is a common reconnaissance technique used in penetration testing. Let's take a look at some tools used to perform banner grabbing and how to launch your first grab.
The easiest way to get Linux system hardware information.
The choice of hosting provider makes a world of difference in the overall quality of a website. Anything from performance, uptime, responsiveness, and reliability can all be affected by the choice of hosting provider. It can also determine business efficiency, especially for small and medium-sized companies. If you have limited resources, choosing a hosting provider may seem like a daunting task. In this post, we’ll be covering what to look out for when choosing a hosting provider, and why a managed VPS hosting provider is usually the best choice.
How to add moving averages to a table using an ingenious AWK command.
InvoicePlane is a free and open-source invoicing application. This tutorial will show you how to install InvoicePlane on a FreeBSD 12 system.
The popular dock-like application Latte Dock is getting some new features in an upcoming release expected later this year, on-demand sidebars and vertical stick buttons.
This brief tutorial explains different ways to remove unnecessary configuration files from Debian-based operating systems.
While most operating system's file systems are different from each other, most come with a journaling feature. Find out what a journaling file system is.
Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) has become a prominent aspect of the new age global economy. It has been analysed that FOSS makes up about 80-90% of any particular piece of today’s software. It is to be noted that software is an increasingly-critical resource in almost all businesses, both public and private. But, there are many issues with FOSS, according to the Linux Foundation.
Disney Plus is super popular, and it's not wonder. The service is loaded with Disney, Marvel, and Star Wars streaming content, including original series. There's one problem for Linux users, though. The operating system isn't officially supported. That's alright, though, it's still popular to stream your favorite shows and movies.
The Linux Foundation became what it fought in a matter of a few years; it seems like a lost cause at this point and it actively harms Linux in a variety of ways
in Unix and Linux, there are many security built-in features. One such feature is related to files and who should be allowed to manipulate them. Since everything is a file in Unix and Linux, a potential security threat can arise if incorrect file permissions are assigned to classified files, be it a directory, a device or a file
As a system administrator, you are probably monitoring the disk space on your system all the time. When browsing directories on your server, you might have come across directories with a lot of files in them. Sometimes, you may want to know how many files are sitting in a given directory, or in many different directories. In other words, you want to count the number of files that are stored in a directory on your system.
2DayGeek: Multiple ways to view/read archived file contents on Linux.
In this guide, you will install a LEMP stack on a Fedora 31 based server. LEMP is an acronym for Linux, )Nginx server, MySQL (we will be using MariaDB), and PHP. We will also install PHPMyAdmin, Redis, and Opcache.
There’s lots of fun in the terminal. How about a classic iconic tile-matching puzzle video game? Step forward tetris, a terminal interface for Tetris with the main file coded in a mere 333 lines of Haskell.
Avalue’s fanless. 10.1- and 15.6-inch “ARC” panel PCs run Linux or Win 10 on an Apollo Lake SoC and offer WXGA capacitive touchscreens, SATA and mSATA storage, IP65, shock/vibration, and -10 to 50°C ruggedization.
The Linux From Scratch (LFS) 9.1 and Beyond Linux From Scratch (BLFS) 9.1 books that help you build your own GNU/Linux distribution from scratch have been released with support for the latest technologies.
ffsend is a fully featured CLI client for Firefox Send. This article explains how to securely share files from commandline with ffsend on Linux.
Docker is a platform that combines applications and its dependencies in the form of packages, called container. We can run multiple containers on a single Operating System. This tutorial explains, how to install docker on ec2 instance.
In this series, we’ll cover how to install Apache, generate a free Let’s Encrypt SSL certificate, install, and secure MySQL and install PHP 7.
In this edition of our open source news roundup, GNOME beautifies the GTK website, the?Linux Foundation’s released a report on security vulnerabilities, the FSF announces a new code-hosting site?and the OSI board of directors is decided next week!?
In this tutorial, we’ll be covering how you can install WordPress in a subdirectory and at the same time leave the parent domain name or WordPress instance unaffected.
Two scripts are included in this tutorial, which helps you to identify how long the high CPU/memory consumption processes are running on Linux.
The script will show you the process ID, the owner of the process, the name of the process and how long the processes are running.
Aries’ “M100PFS” module runs Linux on Microchip’s RISC-V based PolarFire SoC with FPGAs up to 265K LE. Features include up to 8GB LPDDR4, up to 64GB eMMC, and support for up to 16x SERDES lanes. Aries Embedded announced one of the first compute modules equipped with the PolarFire SoC, a Linux-powered, FPGA-enabled RISC-V SoC from […]
Psst. Word on the web is that RSS died in 2013. That's when Google pulled the plug on Google Reader. Don't believe everything that you hear. RSS is alive. It's well. It's still a great way to choose the information you want to read without algorithms making the decision for you. All you need is the right feed reader.
You have probably seen the abundance of smart homes and how they make life easier. Some smart home users have chosen to use Linux to power their homes and have had great success at it.
Apache Bench is a tool used to measure the performance of a web server. Despite having “Apache” in its name, it can actually be used to test any type of web server. In this tutorial, we’ll go over the steps to use Apache Bench and how to interpret its report about a web server’s performance.
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