Linux Basics: Create Network Bonding On CentOS 7/6.5
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Linux Basics: Create Network Bonding On CentOS 7/6.5

What is Network bonding? Network bonding is a method of combining (joining) two or more…

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How To use “wget” behind an Authenticated Proxy
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How To use “wget” behind an Authenticated Proxy

GNU Wget is a free utility for non-interactive download of files from the Web. It…

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SELinux And Non-Default Home Directory Locations
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SELinux And Non-Default Home Directory Locations

SELinux greatly enhances security by going beyond discretionary access control (DAC) and implementing mandatory access…

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Linux Basics: Convert IMG Files To VDI Format For Oracle VirtualBox
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Linux Basics: Convert IMG Files To VDI Format For Oracle VirtualBox

Today, we will see quick tip, yet useful one, about how to convert IMG Files…

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New Linux Certification Programs From Linux Foundation
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New Linux Certification Programs From Linux Foundation

Introduction The knowledge of Linux technology means there’s a world of job possibilities for skilled pros…

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Linux Basics: How To Fix “E: /var/cache/apt/archives/ subprocess new pre-removal script returned error exit status 1” In Ubuntu
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Linux Basics: How To Fix “E: /var/cache/apt/archives/ subprocess new pre-removal script returned error exit status 1” In Ubuntu

Today, I got a problem while updating VirtualBox to the latest version. E: /var/cache/apt/archives/ subprocess…

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How To Monitor Linux Clients Using Shinken
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How To Monitor Linux Clients Using Shinken

In our previous tutorial, we discussed about Shinken monitoring framework installation on Ubuntu 14.04. Today,…

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MintUpdate: The Default Update Manager For LinuxMint
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MintUpdate: The Default Update Manager For LinuxMint

MintUpdate is a simple, solid, easy to use update manager for LinuxMint that can be…

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Linux Basics: How To Find Maximum Supported RAM By Your System
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Linux Basics: How To Find Maximum Supported RAM By Your System

Mostly, you will find maximum supported RAM by your system from the BIOS, Product catalog,…

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How To Fix “Not Enough Free Disk Space On /boot” In Ubuntu
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How To Fix “Not Enough Free Disk Space On /boot” In Ubuntu

Question: How To Fix “Not Enough Free Disk Space On /boot” In Ubuntu? Today, I…

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How To Fix “VLC does not support the audio or video format “hevc””
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How To Fix “VLC does not support the audio or video format “hevc””

VLC media player is a free and open source media player, encoder, and streamer made…

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Internet Friendly Media Encoder – Fast and Easy x265 GUI Multimedia Encoder
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Internet Friendly Media Encoder – Fast and Easy x265 GUI Multimedia Encoder

About Internet Friendly Media Encoder(IFME) In our previous articles, we have discussed about some popular…

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Install Shinken Monitoring Framework On Ubuntu
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Install Shinken Monitoring Framework On Ubuntu

About Shinken Monitoring Framework Shinken is an open source monitoring framework based on Nagios core.…

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How To Make Nvidia Optimus Technology Work (properly) On Debian
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How To Make Nvidia Optimus Technology Work (properly) On Debian

Hello guys! My name is Cosmin Crihan and I am writing this tutorial in order…

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How To Send Alerts From Nagios Core Using Gmail And Yahoo
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How To Send Alerts From Nagios Core Using Gmail And Yahoo

Introduction One of the most important feature of the monitoring platform is the notification system;…

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Linux Basics: How To Check The State Of A Network Interface Card
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Linux Basics: How To Check The State Of A Network Interface Card

Normally, we can easily check the state of a network interface card like whether the…

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VeraCrypt: Secure Your Data On An Encrypted Volume
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VeraCrypt: Secure Your Data On An Encrypted Volume

Introduction As you may know, CIA, Confidentiality/Integrity/Availability, is the main key elements of Information Security.…

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Install VMware Tools On Linux
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Install VMware Tools On Linux

This method should work on ESXi/Vsphere/Vmware Workstation. Please follow the following instructions, It is same…

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