WordPress is a free and open source Content Management System written in PHP and is what a vast segment of websites is based on. The platforms has a vary nice feature: it allows the creation and management of multiple websites from the same installation. While migrating a WordPress installation is quite easy, to migrate WordPress multisite to a new server requires additional steps. In this tutorial we see how to proceed.
Have you ever had to sit at a Linux terminal and repeatedly type the same command while waiting for a different result? A common example from personal experience would be typing the ls command when waiting for a certain file to appear in a directory, such as when a running Bash script is expected to generate a file. For a situation like that is exactly why we have the watch command in Linux.
GRUB is the acronym for GNU GRand Unified Bootloader: it is the bootloader used in practically all Linux distributions out there. Early in the boot stage, the bootloader is loaded by the machine firmware, either BIOS or UEFI (GRUB supports both of them), and it loads one of the available kernels. Being an essential software, grub is installed by default and available in the official repositories of distribution we are using;
GPT is the acronym for GUID Partition Table: it is the new standard for storage devices: it is part of the UEFI firmware specifications and the successor of MBR, of which it overcomes several limitations. MBR for example, allows a maximum of 4 primary partitions (GPT supports up to 128 of them),
This article describes how to test your HTTPS client or browser using openssl. To test your HTTPS client, you need an HTTPS server, or a web server, such as IIS, apache, nginx, or openssl. You also need some test cases. There are three common failure modes in SSL/TLS:
- The client makes the connection when it should not,
The grep command on Linux systems is one of the most common commands you’ll come across. If we had to sum up this command, we’d say it’s used to find a specified string or text inside inside of a file. But even with a simple explanation like that, the amount of things it can be used for is quite staggering.
NFS, SAMBA, and CIFS are three different terms that get thrown around a lot whenever someone mentions file sharing between two or more systems. But, do you know what these three implementations do, and how they do it differently from one another? For some reason these technologies remain in a shroud of mystery to even some seasoned system administrators.
This article will describe a configuration of Virtual Private Network connection by using an OpenVPN application on Linux. Firstly, you will be exposed to some basic theory behind Virtual Private Networks. Then, the article will guide you with step-by-step instructions on how to setup a OpenVPN virtual private network by using Symmetric Key Encryption
The default behavior of most Linux systems is to automatically mount a USB storage device (such as a flash drive or external drive) when it gets plugged into the computer. However, this is not the case across every distro, or sometimes configurations go awry and you may find that your device is not being automatically mounted. You may also just want your storage device to mount when you plug it in before booting.
This article shortly describes simple steps on how to crack a wireless WEP key using aircrack-ng software. This can be done by sniffing a wireless network, capturing encrypted packets and running appropriate encryption cracking program in an attempt to decrypt captured data. WEP ( Wired Equivalent Privacy ) is quite easy to crack as it uses only one key to encrypt all traffic.