System Administration & Configuration

How to manage dynamic virtual hosts...

The Apache web server has the ability to serve multiple websites from the same IP address, using virtual hosts. Each Virtual Host can be configured in the main server configuration file, or, thanks to the Include or the IncludeOptional directives, in its own dedicated one. When the number of virtual hosts increases, their management starts to become troublesome. If their configuration is quite similar, we can...
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How to mount partition with ntfs...

NTFS stands for New Technology File System and is created by Microsoft for use on their Windows operating systems. It doesn't see much use on Linux systems , but has been the default file system on Windows for many years. Linux users are probably used to seeing drives with the ext4 file system, which is normally the default and definitely the most widespread in the Linux world. Although NTFS is a proprietary file...
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Programming & Scripting

Get Started with Android application...

Developers interested in the Android mobile operating system are able to use the Android SDK and various IDE software to code applications. These apps can then be made available and marketed to Android users around the world. There are a lot of choices when it comes to programming Android applications. Your coding environment can involve a Linux system and a variety of different IDE programs to facilitate all of...
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Removing duplicate lines from a text...

Removing duplicate lines from a text file can be done from the Linux command line . Such a task may be more common and necessary than you think. The most common scenario where this can be helpful is with log files. Oftentimes log files will repeat the same information over and over, which makes the file nearly impossible to sift through, sometimes rendering the logs useless. In this guide, we'll show various...
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Multimedia & Games

How to install the NVIDIA drivers on...

The objective is to install the NVIDIA drivers on Manjaro 21 Linux. This article will discuss two methods of Nvidia driver installation in the following order: Automatic Install using the standard Manjaro Repository. Manual Install using the Official nvidia.com driver. To install Nvidia driver on other Linux distributions, follow our Nvidia Linux Driver guide.
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How to install Phoronix Test Suite...

Phoronix Test Suite is a video graphic card (VGA) benchmark tool for Linux. In the following tutorial we will perform an installation of Phoronix Test Suite on Manjaro 21 Linux from Arch User Repository using command line tools makepkg and pacman . In this How to install Phoronix Test Suite on Manjaro 21 Linux tutorial you will learn: How to clone the latest Phoronix Test Suite AUR repository. How to Build Phoronix...
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Ubuntu

Setup Wireless interface on Ubuntu

Setting up the wireless interface on Ubuntu Linux is likely one of the first things you'll need to do after installing the operating system and booting into it for the first time. As long as you have the proper hardware, Ubuntu can easily connect to Wi-Fi networks configured with various types of security like WEP, WPA, and WPA2. In this guide, we will cover the step by step instructions to connect to a Wi-Fi...
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Wordpress Installation on Ubuntu...

WordPress has remained one of the best and easiest ways to get a sleek site up and running ever since its inception in 2003. As a matter of fact, current trends only show its popularity continuing to increase. WordPress is simple to use, and even hosting it yourself isn't that hard, as we'll prove to you in this article. In this guide, we'll show you how to get your site hosted with WordPress on Ubuntu Linux....
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Debian

How to use apt search Linux command

One of the most attractive features of running a Linux system is the instant access to thousands of packages that are able to be installed from the Linux distro's package manager . Installing packages is really easy. That is, as long as you know the name of what you're trying to install. If you don't, then you can always search for installable packages. On distros that use the apt package manager , like Debian ,...
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How to change hostname on Debian Linux

The hostname of a Linux system is important because it's used to identify the device on a network. The hostname is also shown in other prominent places, such as in the terminal prompt. This gives you a constant reminder of which system you're working with. It's a real life saver when you're managing multiple systems through SSH and those command line terminals start to blend together in your mind. Of course, IP...
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Kali Linux

Use JoomScan to scan Joomla for...

When installing a content management system for your website, it's easy to get lazy and assume that it's going to do all the work for you. A CMS like Joomla certainly does make things more convenient, and lets you publish a polished website very quickly, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't take some extra time to secure it. If your website is running Joomla, you can use the JoomScan utility against your site to...
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How to provide user with root...

Many of the hacking tools on Kali Linux require root privileges to execute, not to mention all the ordinary Linux commands that require it. If you're sick of having to preface commands with sudo and typing in the root password often, we have a couple of solutions for you. You can login to the root user in terminal with the sudo -i command, as we explain in our guide on Kali Linux default password . Alternatively,...
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RHEL / CentOS / AlmaLinux

How to create a custom rpm...

Rpm is the acronym of RPM Package Manager : it is the low-level package manager in use in all the Red Hat family of distributions, such as Fedora and Red Hat Enterprise Linux. An rpm package is a package containing software that is meant to be installed using this package management system, and rpm packages are usually distributed via software repositories. In this tutorial we learn how to create a custom rpm...
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How to disable SELinux on CentOS 8

SELinux, which stands for Security Enhanced Linux, is an extra layer of security control built into Red Hat Enterprise Linux and its derivative Linux distributions , such as CentOS . SELinux is enabled by default on CentOS 8, and would have to be manually disabled if a user doesn't wish to use it. Although SELinux can protect our system through access control for programs and system services, it's not always...
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Fedora

How to create a Fedora Linux Live...

A great feature of many Linux distributions is that you can create a live USB (or CD/DVD) key and boot directly into it. This allows you to try out an operating system, troubleshoot an existing installation, or install Linux onto the system's hard drive. Fedora is one of those distributions of Linux that allows us to boot into a usable environment directly from USB. In order to do that, we just need to write the...
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How to install Docker on Fedora...

Docker is a tool that is used to run software in a container. It's a great way for developers and users to worry less about compatibility with an operating system and dependencies because the contained software should run identically on any system. Docker is available for download and installation on Fedora as well as most other distributions of Linux . However, installing it on Fedora can be a bit tricky because...
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