Question! How to make OpenSUSE work from your workplace or somewhere where credentials are needed for an internal proxy? In my case, I am working in a company where a proxy is needed to connect to the Internet. Try some proxy settings # yast2 --update Please edit: # […]
The Raspberry Pi is a great device with many possibilities and one such great use is as a NAS server for your LAN. The Raspberry Pi by itself is limited by the space it can offer so you will need to add a USB SATA storage device like the Thermaltake BlacX attached to the Pi […]
Sometimes there is just a need to monitor specific files or filesystems and perform actions or receive notifications, this is where incron can help. incron is for monitoring filesystem activity. It consists of a daemon and a table manipulator. You can use it a similar way as the regular cron. The difference is that the […]
A gateway is a node or a router that acts as an access point to passes network data from local networks to remote networks. There are many ways to find out your gateway in Linux. Here are some of them from Terminal. You can find default gateway using ip, route and netstat commands in Linux […]
rsnapshot is a filsystem snapshot utility written in Perl. It is a remote backup utility used to take single or multiple backup of filesystems from local or remote systems using rsync. In this tutorial, my scenario will be as follows: My local system (Backup server) is Ubuntu 13.04 desktop with IP address 192.168.1.100/24 and remote […]
uTorrent is a lightweight and efficient BitTorrent client for Linux, Windows OS and Mac OS. The installation of uTorrent in Linux is different from Windows and Mac OS. In Linux, uTorrent runs as a web server. You will access uTorrent from your browser. You should start the uTorrent server in order to access it from […]
This article describes you how to upgrade MySQL to MariaDB in ten simple steps. We have already shown you How to Migrate from MySQL to MariaDB on FreeBSD. I assume that you already have installed MySQL latest version and it’s up and running now.
Monit is a free open-source tool used to manage and monitor processes, programs, files, directories and filesystems on a local or remote LINUX/UNIX systems. Monit conducts automatic maintenance and repair and can execute meaningful causal actions in error situations.