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How to Install and Secure phpMyAdmin on Debian 11

Saturday 4th of September 2021 05:20:12 AM
phpMyAdmin is a free, open-source, and web-based application used for managing MySQL and MariaDB databases from the web interface. In this post, we will show you how to install and secure phpMyAdmin on Debian 11.

How to Install urBackup on Ubuntu 20.04

Saturday 4th of September 2021 03:08:41 AM
UrBackup is a client/server backup tool that supports image backups as well as file backups.In this guide, we will take a look at the installation procedure of UrBackup on an Ubuntu 20.04 system.

As Linux grows in popularity, cloud security threats are also growing

Saturday 4th of September 2021 01:54:21 AM
Many regard Linux as the most secure operating system due to its stability, flexibility, and open-source nature. Linux is also powerful and dependable when it comes to performance and efficiency. Linux has also proven its superiority by continuing to be the only operating system to be used in all of the world’s top 500 supercomputers.

10 Useful “IP” Commands to Configure Network Interfaces

Saturday 4th of September 2021 12:40:50 AM
The ip command is a new networking command-line utility that is used to assign an IP address to a network interface or configure/update useful network variables on a Linux system.

Monitor your Linux server with Checkmk

Friday 3rd of September 2021 11:26:30 PM
Monitoring IT assets is an essential task for any IT department. Still, due to the growing number of devices in corporate networks, it is getting more and more challenging to find an approach that is flexible enough to monitor the wide range of available systems properly. It[he]#039[/he]s essential to have a monitoring tool that is flexible, scalable, and easy to use.

Print files from your Linux terminal

Friday 3rd of September 2021 10:12:10 PM
Printing on Linux is easy, but sometimes it feels like a lot of work to launch an application, open a file, find the Print selection in the menu, click a confirmation button, and so on. When you[he]#039[/he]re a Linux terminal user, you often want to perform complex actions with simple triggers. Printing is complex, and there[he]#039[/he]s little as simple as the lpr command.

Install ONLYOFFICE Docs on Fedora Linux with Podman and connect it with Nextcloud

Friday 3rd of September 2021 08:57:50 PM
If you need a reliable office suite for online editing and collaboration within your sync & share platform, you can try ONLYOFFICE Docs. In this tutorial, we learn how to install it on your Fedora Linux with Podman and discover the ONLYOFFICE-Nextcloud integration.

Emulate the Dragon 32/64 home computer with Linux

Friday 3rd of September 2021 07:43:30 PM
Emulation is the practice of using a program (called an emulator) on a PC to mimic the behaviour of a home computer or a video game console, in order to play (usually retro) games on a computer. The Dragon 32 and Dragon 64 are home computers based on the Motorola 0.89 MHz 6809E processor and 32 and 64 KB of RAM respectively.

3 Best Free and Open Source Rust Static Site Generators

Friday 3rd of September 2021 06:29:10 PM
LinuxLinks, like most modern websites, is dynamic in that content is stored in a database and converted into presentation-ready HTML when readers access the site. While we employ built-in server caching which creates static versions of the site, we don’t generate a full, static HTML website based on raw data and a set of templates. However, sometimes a full, static HTML website is desirable. Because HTML pages are all prebuilt, they load extremely quickly in web browsers. There are lots of other advantages of running a full, static HTML website.

Linspire 10 SP2 released

Friday 3rd of September 2021 05:14:50 PM
Today, the PC/OpenSystems LLC Development team has released Linspire 10 SP 2, a major update which begins a new chapter in Linspire’s story by taking it to the cloud. Linspire streamlines all of Google’s services into the distro; users can create any web app they want, on the fly, using the IceSSB utility which seamlessly turns any web page / web app into a dedicated desktop application utilizing the Chrome/Chromium framework.

Banned: The 1,170 words you can't use with GitHub Copilot

Friday 3rd of September 2021 04:00:30 PM
GitHub's Copilot comes with a coded list of 1,170 words to prevent the AI programming assistant from responding to input, or generating output, with offensive terms, while also keeping users safe from words like "Israel," "Palestine," "communist," "liberal," and "socialist," according to new research.

tuptime – Shows Historical and Statistical Running Time of Linux Systems

Friday 3rd of September 2021 02:46:10 PM
System Administration involves many activities one of which is monitoring and checking for how long your Linux system has been running. It is always a good idea to keep track of system uptime in order to optimize the use of system resources.

How to Install Jellyfin Media Server on Ubuntu 20.04

Friday 3rd of September 2021 01:31:49 PM
In the following tutorial, you will learn how to install Jellyfin on Ubuntu 20.04 Focal Fossa, along with how to set your media drives to have correct read and write access, plus if you want to stream an Apache or Nginx reverse proxy option remotely with how to secure it with Let’s Encrypt Free SSL certificate for both web applications.

How to Reset WordPress Admin Password via MySQL

Friday 3rd of September 2021 12:17:29 PM
Unlike changing a WordPress admin user password where the needed steps are superuser-oriented, the steps needed here are system-oriented. In such circumstances, a WordPress user is usually completely unaware of their Admin user password.

How to Install and Configure GitLab in Debian 10

Friday 3rd of September 2021 11:03:09 AM
GitLab is a open DevOps platform, delivered as a single application. A benefit from this application is that you can self-host it on your infrastructure on a VPS server.

4 Linux technologies fundamental to containers

Friday 3rd of September 2021 09:48:49 AM
In previous articles, I have written about container images and runtimes. In this article, I look at how containers are made possible by a foundation of some special Linux technologies, including namespaces and control groups.

How to Block Access to wp-admin and wp-login in Nginx/Apache

Friday 3rd of September 2021 08:34:29 AM
Despite the reputation of the WordPress Content Management System exceeding all expectations in terms of flawless content publishing and seamless user-access control, there are still some worrying security breaches that need prioritized handling

How to Install WordPress on Rocky Linux 8

Friday 3rd of September 2021 07:20:09 AM
WordPress is a powerful and feature-rich opensource content management system (CMS) that allows users to create powerful and stunningly beautiful websites. It’s written in PHP and powered by MariaDB or MySQL database server at the backend.

How to Fix - Host does not support any virtualization options on Virtual Machine Manager

Friday 3rd of September 2021 06:05:49 AM
In this tutorial you will learn how to fix and troubleshoot the error "Host does not support any virtualization option" when creating a virtual machine on Virtual Machine Manager.

How to Recover root Password on RHEL 8

Friday 3rd of September 2021 04:51:28 AM
2DayGeeK: This quick guide describes how to recover a forgotten root password with 9 simple steps on RHEL 8, CentOS 8, AmaLinux 8 and Rocky Linux 8.

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  • How to Install Linux Malware Detect (Maldet) on Fedora 34 - LinuxCapable

    Linux Malware Detect (LMD), also known as Maldet, is a malware scanner for Linux released under the GNU GPLv2 license. Maldet is quite popular amongst sysadmins and website devs due to its focus on the detection of PHP backdoors, dark mailers, and many other malicious files that can be uploaded on a compromised website using threat data from network edge intrusion detection systems to extract malware that is actively being used in attacks and generates signatures for detection.

  • How to Install Podman on Debian 11

    Developed by RedHat, Podman is a free and open-source daemonless container engine designed to be a drop-in replacement for the popular Docker runtime engine. Just like Docker, it makes it easy to build, run, deploy and share applications using container images and OCI containers ( Open Container Initiative ). Podman uses user and network namespaces and In comparison to Docker, Podman is considered more isolated and secure. Most commands in Docker will work in Podman. and so if you are familiar with running Docker commands, using podman will be such a breeze.

  • How to Install ArangoDB on Ubuntu Linux

    Every good application requires a database management system to match. As we know there are many of them and in many different categories. Today we will talk about how to install ArangoDB on Linux. In a nutshell, ArangoDB is an open-source NoSQL database system, and it is easily administered via the integrated web interface or the command-line interface.

  • How to Install Java 17 LTS (JDK 17) on Ubuntu 20.04 - LinuxCapable

    Java is a general-purpose, class-based, object-oriented multipurpose programming language that is popular due to the design of having lesser implementation dependencies, meaning that the compiled Java code can be run on all platforms that support Java without the need for recompilation. Java is also fast, secure, and reliable, therefore. It is widely used for developing Java applications in laptops, data centers, game consoles, scientific supercomputers, cell phones, etc. JDK 17 (JDK 17) has brought forward new language enhancements, updates to the libraries, support for new Apple computers, removals and deprecations of legacy features, and work to ensure Java code written today will continue working without change in future JDK versions. In the following tutorial, you will learn how to install the latest Java 17 (JDK 17) on Ubuntu 20.04.

Astro Pi 2: New Raspberry Pi hardware with updated camera, sensors to head to the ISS this year

Good news for earthbound Pi-tinkerers hoping to get their code into orbit: a follow-up to 2015's Astro Pi is due to head to the International Space Station (ISS) this year. Time has moved on a bit since the Principia mission of Tim Peake where the first units were installed aboard the orbiting outpost. While over 54,000 participants from 26 countries have since had code run on the hardware, the kit has fallen somewhat behind what is available on Earth. To that end, some new units are due to be launched, replete with updated hardware. In this case, heading to orbit will be Raspberry Pi 4 Model B units with 8GB RAM, the Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera (a 12.3MP device) and the usual complement of gyroscope, accelerometer, magnetometer, humidity, temperature and pressure sensors for users to code against. Read more Also: Tracking Maximum Power Point For Solar Efficiency | Hackaday