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What is Linux?

Just like Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Mac OS X, Linux is an operating system. An operating system is software that manages all of the hardware resources associated with your desktop or laptop. To put it simply – the operating system manages the communication between your software and your hardware. Without the operating system (often referred to as the “OS”), the software wouldn’t function.

add a Sudo User inn Ubuntu

How to add/create a Sudo User in Ubuntu

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The sudo command provides a mechanism for granting administrator privileges to normal users in Linux. In this guide will show you the easiest way to create a sudo user on Ubuntu....
SSH Keys on CentOS 8

How to Set Up SSH Keys on CentOS 8

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SSH, or secure shell, is an encrypted protocol used to administer and communicate with servers. When working with a CentOS server, chances are you will spend most of your time in...
ls Command linux

Use the ls Command to List Files and Directories in Linux

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The ls command is one of the basic commands that any Linux user should know. It is used to list information about files and directories within the file system. The ls...
nginx as a load balancer

How to Configure nginx as a HTTP Load Balancer in linux

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Load balancing across multiple application instances is a commonly used technique for optimizing resource utilization, maximizing throughput, reducing latency, and ensuring fault-tolerant configurations. Load balancing basics Load balancing is a method to distribute...
WordPress on Ubuntu with nginx

Install WordPress on Ubuntu 19.10 with Nginx, MariaDB and PHP 7.3-FPM

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Here is how you can install WordPress on Ubuntu 19.10 with Nginx, MariaDB and PHP 7.3-FPM. In particular on Vultr‘s instance i.e. Ubuntu 19.10. PrerequisitesHave an Ubuntu 19.10 x64 instance. Logged...
Install Nginx on Ubuntu

Install Nginx on Ubuntu 18 Linux server

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Nginx is one of the most popular web servers in the world and is responsible for hosting some of the largest and highest-traffic sites on the internet. It is more resource-friendly...
EPEL repository

How to Install EPEL repository on CentOS/RHEL

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What is EPEL EPEL (Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux) is an open-source and free community-based repository project from Fedora team which provides 100% high-quality add-on software packages for Linux distribution including RHEL...
Install RPM on Linux

Install RPM on Linux Server

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Some software authors provide only downloadable RPM files for installation, and that is why RPM files are designed to be downloaded and installed independently, outside of a software repository.Usually, a user...
Use Curl Command

Use Curl Command with Examples in Linux

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Curl utility is used for transfer data from or to a server using one of the supported protocols including HTTP, HTTPS, SCP, SFTP, and FTP. It can also be used to...
wget Command Explained with Examples in Linux

wget Command Explained with Examples in Linux

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What is the Wget Command? Wget is a computer tool created by the GNU Project. You can use it to retrieve content and files from various web servers. The name is a combination...
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