If you have to install software, security updates and fixes often in multiple systems in your local network, then having a local Ubuntu repository is an efficient way. Because all required packages are downloaded over the fast LAN connection from your local server, so that it will save your internet bandwidth and reduces the annual […]
Tor (The Onion Router) browser makes things more difficult to trace our Internet activities. Using Tor, we can keep our identity more secure around the Internet. In simple words, you can surf the Internet anonymously and it’s difficult to find what you’re doing on the internet by your ISP and network administrators. Once you install, […]
NitroShare is a tool used to transfer files from one machine to another on the same network. You don’t have to do any much configuration in all machines, If you had installed it on all of your network systems, NitroShare will find each other and you can instantly start sharing files. NitroShare introduces the concept […]
The Command-line is more powerful because you can do lots with them. Yyou can tell your computer exactly what you want and get the appropriate answer, while GUI application can only tell your computer what the GUI programmer has defined. Recently, CLI is mostly used by Linux/Unix administrators since most popular Linux distributions come with […]
One of the core component of network of all organizations is security. Many large companies will have hardware firewalls to protect their network. Those hardware firewalls cost must be hundreds of thousands of dollars. The SOHO(Small office or Home Office) users can’t afford that much of cost. It is worth trying the Linux distribution called […]
For most users of Linux the Command Line is their best friend. The Terminal wasn’t meant to be so serious at all times, it’s also funny sometimes. If you don’t know, here are some commands that will make you see the funny side of the Command Line. Can you remember the first funny command you […]
Most people like me prefer using Command Line in everyday life to Graphical User Interface (GUI) . Today i`am going to show you how play music files from the Command Line using one of the best Command Line players (SoX) which supports most audio formats. Such as: wav, mp3, mpg, mp3, ogg, flac, etc.
We have already shown you how to install and configure a basic Samba server in our previous article. Today I am going to show you how to install and configure a Samba domain controller with LDAP backend. ie. The users created in LDAP server can login to your domain controller. In this tutorial, my test […]