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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Budgie – An Elegant, Lightweight And Simple Desktop
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Budgie – An Elegant, Lightweight And Simple Desktop

About Budgie Budgie is the flagship desktop of the Evolve OS Linux Distribution. It is…

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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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Remove The Password Of A Password Protected PDF Files
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Remove The Password Of A Password Protected PDF Files

This brief tutorial describes how to remove the password protection from the PDF files. Please…

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Install Oracle Database 12c On openSUSE 13.2
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Install Oracle Database 12c On openSUSE 13.2

Dear Unixmen Fans, today we will show you the steps about how to install Oracle…

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Lm-sensors: Monitoring CPU And System Hardware Temperature
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Lm-sensors: Monitoring CPU And System Hardware Temperature

It is very important to keep an eye on your system temperature. Because overheating may…

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Inxi: Find System And Hardware Information On Linux
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Inxi: Find System And Hardware Information On Linux

We already have shown different applications and ways to find the system and hardware information…

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Linux Basics: Assign Multiple IP Addresses To Single Network Interface Card On CentOS 7
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Linux Basics: Assign Multiple IP Addresses To Single Network Interface Card On CentOS 7

Some times you might want to use more than one IP address for your network…

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Backup Files From Ubuntu Or Debian Server’s To Amazon s3
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Backup Files From Ubuntu Or Debian Server’s To Amazon s3

Backup Files From Ubuntu Or Debian Server’s To Amazon s3 Every Organization need the data’s…

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MEGASync: Easy Automated Syncing Between Your Computers And Your MEGA Cloud Drive
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MEGASync: Easy Automated Syncing Between Your Computers And Your MEGA Cloud Drive

In our previous article, we discussed how to setup and use an encrypted chat with…

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How To Install Nikto Web Scanner To Check Vulnerabilities
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How To Install Nikto Web Scanner To Check Vulnerabilities

What is Nikto web scanner and it’s use ? Nikto Web-scanner is a open source…

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Install Jetty Web Server On CentOS 7
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Install Jetty Web Server On CentOS 7

Jetty is a pure Java-based HTTP (Web) server and Java Servlet container.¬†Jetty is now often…

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iptraf: A TCP/UDP Network Monitoring Utility
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iptraf: A TCP/UDP Network Monitoring Utility

iptraf is an ncurses-based IP LAN monitor that generates various network statistics including TCP info,…

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Linux Troubleshooting: How To Keep A Process Running After Putty Or SSH Session Closed?
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Linux Troubleshooting: How To Keep A Process Running After Putty Or SSH Session Closed?

Mostly, I use SSH command to connect to my remote server. Unfortunately, today the power…

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Makagiga – A Free, Cross-platform To-do Manager, Notepad, And RSS Reader
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Makagiga – A Free, Cross-platform To-do Manager, Notepad, And RSS Reader

Introduction Makagiga is a free, cross-platform software to do various tasks such as to-do listing,…

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