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How to Setup SSH Passwordless Login in Debian 10

Friday 16th of August 2019 06:00:43 AM
SSH (Secure Shell) is a popular and widely used tool for remote login and file transfers over insecure networks, that uses encryption to secure the connection between a client and a server. Read Also:...

How to Install Redis on Ubuntu

Thursday 15th of August 2019 06:00:01 AM
Redis is an advanced persistent key-value database with a network interface and key features such as built-in replication, transactions, automatic partitioning with Redis Cluster, and different levels of on-disk persistence and so much more....

How to Install PostgreSQL Database in Debian 10

Wednesday 14th of August 2019 06:00:53 AM
PostgreSQL (sometimes referred to as Postgres) is the most advanced open-source general-purpose and object-relational database system with a proven architecture that runs on all major operating systems. It is a high performance, stable, scalable...

How to Install Redis on CentOS 7

Tuesday 13th of August 2019 06:00:48 AM
A well-known means to improve the efficiency of modern computer applications is by enabling caching. Caching simply means keeping active data in a temporary store to make it easier and faster to access and...

How to Create a Sudo User on CentOS

Monday 12th of August 2019 06:00:40 AM
The sudo command gives a technique for providing trusted users with administrative permission to a Linux system without sharing the root user password. When users permitted this technique precede an administrative command with sudo...

How to Install Apache with Virtual Hosts on Debian 10

Saturday 10th of August 2019 06:00:51 AM
Apache, popularly referred to as the Apache HTTP server, is a free and open-source cross-platform web server maintained by the Apache Foundation. It is the leading web server commanding a 35% market share on...

8 Netcat (nc) Command with Examples

Friday 9th of August 2019 06:00:47 AM
Netcat (or nc in short) is a simple yet powerful networking command-line tool used for performing any operation in Linux related to TCP, UDP, or UNIX-domain sockets. Netcat can be used for port scanning,...

How to Install MariaDB Database in Debian 10

Thursday 8th of August 2019 06:00:04 AM
MariaDB is an open-source and popular relational database management system (RDBMS) made by the original developers of MySQL. It is a fast, scalable and robust database system, with a rich ecosystem of storage engines,...

How to Create a New Sudo User on Ubuntu

Wednesday 7th of August 2019 06:00:37 AM
In Linux and other Unix-like systems, the root account has the highest access rights on the system. It is used specifically for system administration purposes. The root user (sometimes referred to as the superuser)...

How to Install LEMP on Debian 10 Server

Monday 5th of August 2019 05:57:26 AM
A “LEMP” stack is a mixture of open-source software that is typically installed on a Linux server to deploy dynamic applications. This term is an acronym that represents the Linux operating system, Nginx web...

How to Install CentOS 7 Alongside Windows 10 Dual Boot

Friday 2nd of August 2019 07:25:47 AM
You’ve finally made the bold decision to make a switch from Windows 10 to CentOS 7, which is a cool decision by the way. You may have tried running CentOS 7 as a virtual...

How to Install LAMP on Debian 10 Server

Thursday 1st of August 2019 09:39:53 AM
A “LAMP” stack is a collection of open-source software that is generally installed together to allow a system to deploy dynamic applications. This term is an acronym which describes the Linux operating system, Apache...

How to Run Angular Apps Using Angular CLI and PM2

Wednesday 31st of July 2019 06:40:57 AM
Angular CLI is a command-line interface for Angular framework, which is used to create, build and run your application locally while developing. It is designed to build and test an Angular project on a...

How to Install CentOS 7 in a USB Drive

Tuesday 30th of July 2019 06:44:08 AM
Have you ever fancied a portable instance of a CentOS 7 installation in your USB pen drive? You probably might not have known it, but you can easily install CentOS 7 in a USB...

How to Install a Debian 10 (Buster) Minimal Server

Monday 29th of July 2019 09:25:02 AM
Debian 10 (Buster) is the new stable version of the Debian Linux operating system, which will be supported for the next 5 years and comes with several desktop applications and environments, and includes numerous...

How to Install Angular CLI on Linux

Friday 26th of July 2019 06:05:35 AM
Angular is an open-source, popular and highly-extensible front-end application development framework, used for building mobile and web applications using TypeScript/JavaScript and other common languages. Angular is an umbrella term for all Angular versions that...

How to Add Swap Space on Ubuntu

Thursday 25th of July 2019 10:55:38 AM
One of the simplest ways of watching against out-of-memory problems in applications is to increase some swap size in your server. In this article, we will explain how to add a swap file to...

How to Disable SELinux Temporarily or Permanently

Thursday 25th of July 2019 04:32:32 AM
Linux is regarded as one of the most secure operating systems you can use today, that is because of its illustrious security implementation features such as SELinux (Security-Enhanced Linux). For starters, SELinux is described...

How to Fix “Cannot find a valid baseurl for repo” in CentOS

Wednesday 24th of July 2019 10:11:44 AM
One of the commonest errors CentOS users encounter when using YUM package manager (for example running yum update command), especially on a freshly installed system is the “Cannot find a valid baseurl for repo:...

How to Install NTP in RHEL 8

Tuesday 23rd of July 2019 06:19:46 AM
Having an accurate system time on a Linux server is very important because of several system components such as Cron and Anacron, backup scripts and much more work based on time. Accurate timekeeping can...

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Dev branch moving towards Qt 6

As you know, Qt 5.14 will be branched pretty soon. After that I would expect that most new development work would start to be aimed towards Qt 6. As it looks right now, 5.15 will be a smaller release where we polish what we have in 5.14, and prepare some things for Qt 6. To reflect that and help us all understand that the development focus is now towards Qt 6, I would like to propose that dev becomes the Qt 6 branch after we branched away 5.14 (and we merge wip/qt6 back into dev). We can then either create a 5.15 branch at the same time, or slightly later, once 5.14 has stabilised a bit more (e.g. after the beta or RC). Read more Also: Qt's Development Branch To Begin Forming Qt 6

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How to Check Which Debian Version are you Running

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Tilda: A Great Dropdown Terminal

If you need a full sized, full featured persistent terminal that appears and hides at a single keystroke, Tilda is your friend. Like most Free Software, it has too little documentation, and some conflicting documentation out on the web. That's OK, with this document make Tilda do a heck of a lot of what it was designed to do. This document didn't cover multiple Tilda instance or transparency, but I'm sure both will be easy for you to achieve with a little web search and experimentation. Read more