Ever need to archive files but need a simple way to do so? We will have look at archiving files with star!
Netplan has been the Ubuntu default network manager for a long time now. Ever come across it and have had NO idea how to use it? Find out today!
Firefox, the most commonly bundled browser for Linux today. Lets go over making your Firefox look stylish with CSS!
Java, that secret sauce you never knew you needed. We will discuss the differences between installing Java on these distributions.
How do you monitor your server? Do you use something like top? Today we are going to show you how to install and use it on a few systems.
As technophiles, we just like interesting things. People who create unusual (useful or otherwise) tools are always appreciated. Not every tool requires a cool GUI, although a great interface is always appreciated. In this article we are looking at easy to access commands that you can install or that come built in with most Linux distributions. This is a random list, but you may find some gems. Remember, one person’s garbage is another person’s gold.
Did you know that RHEL(Red Hat Enterprise Linux) is replacing YUM completely? Grab an iced Chai latte and get cozy, we will get started.
Monitor your server’s resource usage with one of the most powerful Linux command line tools, top.
Ever try to execute a file and nothing happens? Often defining file permissions, the Access Control List, is what is at work here!
E-mail is always a fun topic to write about, and it never fails to provoke a fun debate. There are even arguments regarding how it is spelled (e-mail vs. email). That being said, no one is going to be dismissive of e-mail’s importance in our digital lives, so it is not surprising that choosing which e-mail client to use sparks some passionate discussion.