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Introduction Ansible is an IT automation tool, which helps in cloud provisioning, configuration management and application deployment. Developers designed Ansible with multi-tier systems in mind, trying...

RHCSA module 2 – Log management, disk partition and LVM management

Log management, disk partition and LVM management  for RHCSA-An introduction Log management, disk partition and LVM management are important aspect from RHCSA point of view.This...

Top 15 file compression utilities in Linux

A Brief introduction to file compression File compression is a routine task for most of the Administrators and normal users, to save disk space and...

Top 10 alternative to Notepad++ in Linux

Introduction No doubt that notepad ++ is a fabulous application for programming and general text editing, it's  os one of the best known text editor....

Fresh Ubuntu 16.04 LTS Installation and Review

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Games you should try on GNU/Linux

One thing that people do it sometimes for fun is gaming with computer, in this post I will introduce some games to :) Stuntrally Stuntrally is...

Digital Receiver in Ubuntu (Part 1)

Some people have Digital Receivers for watching videos on their TVs and wanna use Receivers for having channels on GnuLinux, in this post we'll...

Journey To Ubuntu Phone Planet

These days iOS and Android rule the world of transportable devices OS, but is there anything to match with them? is there any OS...

Essay on Haoop Part -I

Unixmen is continuously trying to improve the type of knowledgebase provided, in this effort we are trying to initiate some big stories of selective...

Install Oracle VirtualBox And Manage It Using phpVirtualBox On CentOS 7...

We, all, knew how to install Oracle VirtualBox on CentOS 6.x and CentOS 7.x GUI based systems. But, what about on CentOS minimal server...

How To Manage Multiple SSH Sessions Using Cluster SSH And PAC...

About SSH We, all, know what is SSH, right? SSH, stands for Secure Shell (sometimes known as Secure Socket Shell), is a Cryptographic Protocol that...

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We've spoke previously about how much respect Debian has around the Linux paddocks. With the release of Debian 8.0 (Jessie), let's take a look...

[Quick Tip] How To Re-enable Save And Quit Feature In Firefox

Mozilla Firefox is a great browser, we all use it. In fact as I type this post am using a Firefox browser. In this...

Linux Basics: ‘Script’ Command Records Whatever You Do In The Terminal

Mostly, we, all, use the Up/Down arrow keys or the history command to find out the previously entered commands in Terminal. Unfortunately, we can't...

Firefox Hello – Make Free Audio/Video Calls Directly From Mozilla Firefox

Firefox Hello Today, we are going to discuss an off topic, but interesting one, which is not related to Linux/Unix. Mostly, We use Skype or...

Jigdo: Downloading Huge ISO Files Made Easy

As you may know, Debian distributions images are totally set of 10 discs. The first one is the installation image, and the remaining images...

MegaChat – A Web Based Encrypted Voice And Video Chat Service

Probably, you may have used Skype, a popular audio/video chat app developed by Microsoft, for free Audio and Video Chatting with your friends, family...

How To Monitor The Performance With Cisco IPSLA

In the early 70’s the computer networks appeared for the first time. These networks were rapidly converted into an absolute necessity for all the...

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