There are multiple system managers which can by possibly running on your Linux system. The current most common system managers are SysV (init), Systemd and Upstart. You may find this short guide to be of use to you, if you are unsure which, system manager is running on your Linux system.
Privileged access to your Linux system is required.
In some cases, it is necessary to disable Docker's IPtables rules to avoid overwriting any existing firewall rules. The following article describes a simple to follow procedure on how to disable disable Docker's IPtables rules on Systemd Linux systems.
Privileged access to your Systemd Linux is required.
Whenever you need some additional functionality in Python, you turn to the import keyword to pull in extras from Python modules. You've used common ones like the math module plenty of times.
Now, you will learn how to create your own Python modules and packages to compartmentalize your code. Modules are sort of like classes in that they make your code modular. While classes make code modular within a program and serve as the blueprints for objects, modules make all of your code modular across all programs and are utilities to be used just as they are.
Through the use of modules, you can create your own toolbox with all sorts of parts and pieces that you commonly use. Modules can include anything from variables and constants to functions and even classes. Because of this versatility, you can set yourself up to have everything that you need at the beginning of any project.