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How to Extract tar xz File in Linux

Tuesday 19th of March 2019 11:49:39 PM

In this brief guide, we will look at how you can compress and extract tar xz tarball files/directories with a .tar.xz file extension in Linux. The xz format is a single-file compression format that is based on the LZMA2 algorithm. It [...]

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How to List Services in Linux

Tuesday 12th of March 2019 12:19:49 PM

In this article, I will show you how to list all running services on Linux. We will also check how to check the status of a service on a systemd system. Let's learn different commands used to list services on Centos/RHEL 7.x. [...]

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How to Time a Command in Linux

Tuesday 5th of March 2019 11:39:36 PM

If you want to be a good Linux administrator, therefore you should know time command. It is used to determine how long a given command takes to run. It is useful for testing the performance of your scripts and commands (ie [...]

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What are the Different Text Editors for Ubuntu

Tuesday 26th of February 2019 12:14:53 PM

A myriad of text editors are available for Ubuntu, and if you use them well, you may as well join the expert group of Linux code developers. In the article, we will look at some of the best text editors [...]

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How to Install pgAdmin4 on Ubuntu

Wednesday 20th of February 2019 02:08:46 AM

pgAdmin4 is a feature-rich, cross-platform, web-based interface that allows you to administer and manage PostgreSQL database instances in a web browser.  In this guide, you will learn how to install pgAdmin4 on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. Read Also: How to Install Ubuntu 18.04 [...]

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How to Configure and Install Webmin on Ubuntu

Thursday 14th of February 2019 10:35:07 AM

Webmin is a web-based control panel that is used for administration of Linux systems. It is written in Perl and helps systems administrators to have an overview of their server performance at a glance. Webmin eliminates the hassle of manually [...]

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Learn Methods to Install and Use TensorFlow in Ubuntu

Wednesday 6th of February 2019 11:12:12 AM

TensorFlow is an open-source deep learning software system built by Google to train neural networks.TensorFlow can perform image recognition, human language audio recognition and solving partial differential equations. We will install TensorFlow and all of the packages required to use [...]

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Set Time/Date/Timezone in Ubuntu Linux - A Complete Guide

Tuesday 5th of February 2019 08:15:27 AM

Time is an important aspect in Linux systems especially in critical services such as cron jobs. Having the correct time on the server ensures that the server operates in a healthy environment that consists of distributed systems and maintains accuracy [...]

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Which Linux Distros is Better - Linux Mint or Ubuntu

Tuesday 29th of January 2019 12:11:44 PM

You have a lot of Linux popular distributions available as you are spoiled for choices which are generally subject to comparison in order to know the best. Among these popular systems, you have Ubuntu and Linux Mint that attract the [...]

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Learn How to Install GUI on Ubuntu Server - An Easy Guide

Tuesday 22nd of January 2019 10:31:20 AM

Usually, it's not advised to run a GUI (Graphical User Interface) on a server system.  Operation on any server should be done on the CLI (Command Line Interface). The primary reason for this is that GUI exerts a lot of [...]

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How to Use SSH Commands in Windows 10 Command Prompt

Tuesday 15th of January 2019 07:51:11 AM

In many cases, to manage your Linux servers, you can need to allow remote access and this can be done via the Secure Shell (SSH). Since many years ago, Linux systems can use the native terminal to use SSH but [...]

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What are the Best Linux Distros for 2019

Wednesday 9th of January 2019 04:00:00 AM

2019 is finally here folks! and what a better way to shed light on some of the best Linux distributions at your disposal. Even we have hundreds of distributions, we have created a list of distro based popularity, features and [...]

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How to Sort a List Using Python Sort List() Method

Tuesday 8th of January 2019 02:43:47 AM

We have a list of numbers or strings, and we want to sort the items in this list. Basically, we can either use sort method or sorted function to achieve what we want. The difference between sort and sorted is that [...]

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How to Use Google Drive on Ubuntu/Linux

Wednesday 2nd of January 2019 12:05:07 AM

Have you ever wondered how you can install and access Google Drive folder on your Ubuntu system? Its now 2019 and we are still waiting for official google drive client from google, but we have few clients that work flawlessly. In [...]

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How to Count Number of Files within a Directory in Linux

Tuesday 18th of December 2018 12:05:07 AM

Have you ever racked your brain for a way that you can count the number of files within a directory and sub directories in Linux? In this brief article, we'll look at how you can do that in a simple [...]

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How to Use Linux gunzip Command with Examples

Tuesday 11th of December 2018 08:25:48 AM

Have you come across files bearing a  .gz extension? These are files which have been compressed using the gzip command. Gunzip is a Linux command that is used to decompress such files earing the .gz extension and in this tutorial, we will [...]

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Learn How to Install GCC on Ubuntu with Examples

Monday 3rd of December 2018 01:44:58 AM

GCC, an acronym standing for GNU Compiler Collection, is a collection of compilers for programming languages including Java, C, and C++. In this guide, we will show you how to install GCC compilers and related tools in Ubuntu and Debian Install [...]

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Methods to Use Uniq Command in Linux with Examples

Friday 30th of November 2018 07:01:31 AM

If you are a Linux user and your work involves with working with and manipulating text files and strings, then you should be already familiar with the uniq command, as it is most commonly used in that area. For those [...]

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MSC’s rugged “MSC SM2S-ZUSP” SMARC module features a Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC with 4x Cortex-A53, 2x Cortex-R5, GPU, and FPGA plus up to 8GB DDR4 and 64GB eMMC and optional WiFi/BT and carrier. MSC Technologies — a brand of Avnet Integrated Solutions — has launched the world’s first SMARC 2.0 form-factor module with Xilinx’s Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC. The 82 x 50mm SMARC “Short” style MSC SM2S-ZUSP joins other Zynq UltraScale+ based modules such as iWave’s iW-RainboW-G30M, Enclustra‘s Mars XU3 and Mercury+ XU1, Trenz’s TE0808 UltraSOM+, and Iveia’s Atlas-II-Z8 and Atlas-III-Z8 COMs. SBCs include Avnet’s 96Boards compatible Ultra96. Read more

Puppy Linux 8.0 Released

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The 6 Best Linux Bandwidth Monitoring Tools in 2019

Knowledge is power! Consequently, knowing what the bandwidth utilization of the network you manage will give you power by allowing you to be proactive and by ensuring that network congestion is avoided as much as possible. To accomplish that, what you need are bandwidth monitoring tools. And since Linux is a popular platform with many network administrators, let’s have a look at some of the best Linux bandwidth monitoring tools available. Considering that most of them are free and open source, they will allow you to start monitoring bandwidth at no other cost than the time you’ll spend installing and configuring them. As you’ll soon find out, many of these tools are as good as some of the best Windows tools. We’ll begin our exploration by having an overview of bandwidth monitoring. We’ll explain what it is and, more importantly, how it works. This will lead us to discuss the Simple Network Management Protocol, the basis of most monitoring tools. Then, we’ll briefly discuss Linux in general and also what it means to use it as a platform for monitoring tools. Once we’re all on the same page, we’ll be ready for the core of our subject, the best Linux bandwidth monitoring tools. Read more

NuTyX 11 available with cards 2.4.96

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